The odds offered on football parlay cards vary not only by casino property, but also from year to year. Here's a fairly typical rundown from one football season.
Neither sports bettors nor casinos, it seems, can get enough of parlay cards during football season in Las Vegas.
Gamblers risked a collective $70.2 million on parlay cards last year, according to the state Gaming Control Board, up from roughly $63 million and $60 million in the previous two years.
Sports books won, or "held," about 30 percent of the amount wagered last year, or more than $21 million. By comparison, the casinos' hold rate in other forms of sports betting is typically in the single digits.