How Do Teasers Work?
A teaser is like a parlay in that it has multiple legs, and all of them must win for your bet to be a winner. With a teaser, though, you gain extra points for the spread or total. It resembles the method of “purchasing” points.
A two-team, six-point football teaser is one of the most popular types. Let’s say that in their respective games, the 49ers are -7 and the Titans are +4. You would combine those plays into a six-point teaser, but you would have six more points to work with.
The Titans would be at +10 instead of +4, and the 49ers would be at -1 instead of -7.
The NFL is a well-liked sport for teasers, and for football teasers, it’s important to use the extra points to go through “critical numbers” (such as 3, 7, 10, etc., which are typical margins of victory). Numerous crucial figures should be teased, such as a team that is -7.5 down to -1.5 and a squad that is +2.5 up to +8.5, according to the majority of professional bettors.