Definition of Game Specials

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What does the term "game specials" mean in the world of sports betting? What is meant by the term "game specials"?

"Game specials" can best be described as bets that sportsbooks concoct that you might not be able to set up on your own.

What are Game Specials when it comes to sportsbooks and making wagers?  The King explains.  In photo:  Dallas Cowboys player in action.For instance, let's say that the Dallas Cowboys are playing the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

An example of a "game special" might be something like this:

CeeDee Lamb 40+ Receiving Yards in Each Half, +550

Now, you probably wouldn't be able to set up this bet on your own, which is why it is called a "game special".

Here is another example of a "game special":

KaVontae Turpin to Return a Kick/Punt Return for TD, +2500


Game specials can offer up some very big payouts, which is why they are so popular.

Here are three more examples of game specials:

Ezekiel Elliott to Score First and Last TD of Game, +5500

CeeDee Lamb To Score First and Last TD of Game, +8500

Tampa Bay Buccaneers To Record 8+ Sacks in Game, +10500


Game specials are most popular with bettors that want to bet on some very long shots with potentially massive payoffs.