FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
What is oddsFire?oddsFire is an odds comparison service which lets you compare the best odds from major bookmakers in the legal U.S. market. oddsFire covers a range of betting events for you to choose from throughout the year.
How many bookmakers' odds do you process?As sports wagering interest continues to grow in the U.S., fans now have the option to see U.S. legal sports betting operators, including FanDuel Sportsbook, DraftKings, MGM, Westgate, BetStars, PointsBet, Wynn and Caesars, in a single view for each game or sporting event.
How often are odds updated?All game pages and their betting odds are up to date with every page load. We have added z to indicate the need to refresh for users after an idle 15 minutes.
How do you pull the odds?Odds are from each bookmaker’s official sportsbook. We currently only have real-time odds for the FanDuel Sportsbook.
What is the opening consensus line number?An aggregated opening line derived from the operators we have data for.
How are the percentage of bets and percentage of money determined?The percentages you see calculated for each event are pulled from wagering activity on the FanDuel Sportsbook. The percentages are determined by straight bets only, and don’t include data from parlays and or teasers.
Which games are shown the "most popular games" section?The games or events shown in this section are derived from activity on the FanDuel Sportsbook.
Can I deposit money and bet on numberfire.com?No, oddsFire does not provide bookmaking services. oddsFire provides odds comparison services and features for bettors located in states where wagering is permitted. Want to learn as much as you can about your favorite players and teams? No problem, numberFire offers a number of premium subscription products to help you truly dominate the upcoming NFL season and make the smartest wagers. numberFire also offer hundreds of insightful Premium articles that give you leading edge opinions alongside our analytics and advice.
What promotions are currently available?oddsFire always show a variety of different promotions running at any given time, which can be found here. This page always has the latest offers, so we recommend checking it often.
Whether you like spreads, moneylines, or totals — if you can dream it, you can (probably) bet it. Read below for more guidance on the type of wagers shown on oddsFire:
Total or Over/UnderA total, or over/under, is a bet on the total amount of points scored in a game by both teams combined. A bet on the over means that both teams must combine to score more than the indicated point total, whereas a bet on the under means that they must combine for less. If the teams combine for the indicated total exactly, then the wager is a push (or tie) and all bets are voided and you get your money back.
MoneylineA moneyline is a straight up bet on the outcome of a game. The favorite is always indicated by a minus sign (-), and the underdog is indicated by a plus sign (+). In the case of the favorite, the moneyline is the amount a bettor would have to wager to win $100. For the underdog, the moneyline is the amount a bettor stands to win if they were to wager $100.
Spread/Run Line/Puck LineWhen you bet against the spread, you’re not betting on which team will win the game, you’re betting on the margin of victory or defeat. So the question isn’t Who will win? but rather How much will they win by? The point spread (i.e. the margin of victory or defeat) is indicated by the top number in the Spread column. A minus sign (-) means that a team is favored, whereas a plus sign (+) indicates an underdog. Once you understand straight bets, you can explore putting more complicated bet types onto your betslip. Parlays and teasers both combine multiple wagers into a single bet. That means that if any one wager in the bet fails to cover, the bettor loses the entire bet.