Super Bowl Squares Pools
Super Bowl Sunday is an undeclared national holiday in the United States. By far, the most popular "game within The Game" is the now famous Super Bowl Squares pool (also known as Grid pools, Box pools, and Block pools). We simplify the process of running your pool and allow members in remote locations to participate even if they can't attend your Super Bowl party.
How Do Super Bowl Squares Work?
If you've attended a Super Bowl party or been to a bar around Super Bowl time, you've probably at least seen a Super Bowl squares pool. A Super Bowl squares board is a 10x10 grid of boxes where each row and column are assigned a number from 0 to 9. Each square of the grid can be claimed by a pool member by writing his or her name in the square. At the end of each quarter of the Super Bowl, the last digit of both NFL teams' score is compared to the grid to determine a winner.
RunYourPool.com makes the process of picking squares simple. Members simply login to the website and click the square(s) they want. You'll have no more issues with boxes containing illegible names and members won't be able to pick more squares then your pool allows.
Super Bowl Pool Pricing
The total cost to run a Squares pool for up to 100 members is $9.95.
Included in the cost is the added benefit that we retain your pool information and members from year-to-year. Simply reset your pool next year and have your members log back in to pick again.