It’s that time of the year again. If you ask a typical NFL fan what their favorite holiday is, they would usually have the same response — the day when the Super Bowl takes place. This is actually very true. Americans love this sports event and consider it the single most important event of its kind in the world.
The Super Bowl is a super show. Popular musicians have an opportunity to perform in front of millions of people watching the game, and tickets for the game are sold out almost immediately. The Super Bowl LIV will be as big as every other one before it and will take place on Feb. 3.
The Kansas City Chiefs will face the San Francisco 49ers. It’s going to be a tough one — a real nailbiter, if you will. The sportsbooks are currently in favor of the Chiefs, giving them a slight advantage when compared to the 49ers.
If you love this event and you want to travel to Las Vegas to watch it, there are a lot of places you can go to to have the best experience. Let’s check out some of the parties that will be particularly inviting to NFL fans. Read on!
SAHARA Las Vegas
SAHARA will offer a couple of places where you can go to watch the game, including Paradise Lounge, Club 101, CASBAR Lounge, and, of course, Beers and Bets. Rebranded back to its original name, the former SLS Casino will have the special VIP Game Day packages that will be offered at Beers and Bets, Paradise Lounge and Club 101.
This will include the all-you-can-eat fare, and some of the specials you can try include Hebrew National hot dogs, various chicken wings, pork carnitas sliders, and more. The packages also include unlimited amounts of certain drinks such as Corona, Bud Light, Michelob Ultra, and more.
Sierra Ballroom at Plaza
On the day of the game, the Sierra Ballroom of the Plaza Hotel and Casino will open its doors to sports fans. What will be different is that William Hill will set up its satellite betting stations, meaning all visitors will not only be able to watch the game but also place various bets on it.
In fact, those who really love betting will have an opportunity to place over 900 different bets on the Super Bowl. Tickets will cost $100 until the end of January and increase to $125 starting Feb. 1.
The Cosmopolitan is getting ready for game day as well, and visitors will have an opportunity to watch the NFL’s final game of the season at Race & Sports Book and CliQUe Bar & Lounge.
The Cosmopolitan actually wanted to provide something different, coming up with a concept that involves education about betting. Therefore, if you happen to be in Vegas on Jan. 31, you will have an opportunity to attend the seminar at the sportsbook on this property.
The main focus of the seminar will be various betting tips, as well as predictions that will be made by a panel of experts who had a lot of success in football and gaming.
After that, the Cosmo sportsbook will open its doors on Feb. 2 and organize a viewing party for all NFL lovers. Apart from the game, visitors will also have an opportunity to take part in other various games, such as foosball, billiards, and shuffleboard.
These are just some of the offers we picked as pretty interesting, but they are definitely not the only ones in Vegas. In fact, make sure to check out places such as The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace, Virgil’s Real Barbeque at the LINQ, Westgate SuperBook, and more.