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Top 10 Las Vegas casino Super Bowl parties

20 Jan 2020

By Dan Ippolito
After two convincing wins on NFL Championship Sunday, the stage is set for Super Bowl LIV.

The San Francisco 49ers will meet the Kansas City Chiefs at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida on Sunday, 2 February, in a game projected to be much closer than the AFC and NFC Championship games yesterday. As of this morning, the Kansas City Chiefs are slight favorites over the 49ers at -115, according to bet365 Sportsbook & Racebook.

If you can’t be in Miami, the next best place to watch the action is Las Vegas, where multiple casino and sportsbooks are hosting events where you’ll be able to take advantage of the hundreds and hundreds of proposition bets available on the game as well as food, open bar and other game day specials.

As we approach Super Bowl Sunday, we take a look at 10 places to watch the Super Bowl and enjoy it to the fullest.

10. Hard Rock Cafe
Sitting across Park MGM on the Las Vegas Strip, Hard Rock Café is ready for Super Bowl LIV. Fans can watch the game on the new big screens that were brought in especially for this occasion.

If you are looking for an all-day event, purchase a ticket for $250 and receive a five-hour open bar, unlimited tailgate buffet, and stations led by chefs.

The festivities for the game begin at 3:30 p.m.

9. Ellis Island Casino & Brewery
The Las Vegas casino located just off the Strip will be hosting a party for this year’s game in The Front Yard that recently was opened.

General admission tickets are $95 with seating first come, first serve. The ticket includes a buffet with all-you-can-drink Ellis Island beer and well drinks until the end of the third quarter.

If you are looking for more of a higher-scale buffet, then you may want to purchase tickets for the Karaoke Lounge for $150. This buffet includes items from the barbecue restaurant. It features the all-you-can-drink items until the end of the third quarter, just how general admission offers. In the Karaoke Lounge, giveaways will take place throughout the game.

8. Treasure Island
On 2 February, Treasure Island will be hosting two Super Bowl watch parties.

Gilley’s Big Game Party is having an all-you-can-eat-and-drink big game buffet, with barbeque and football favorites for only $150. Guests will also enjoy prizes and giveaways from the Gilley Girls. Doors open at 12 p.m. and seating is first come, first served.

Golden Circle’s party is at Treasure Island’s sports bar featuring a 24’x5’ video wall and serving all-you-can-eat-and-drink stadium favorites for $150. Additionally, convenient sports betting kiosks are onsite. Doors open at 1:30 p.m. and seating is first come, first served.

7. OYO Hotel & Casino
Football fans can be ready for a day of fun by purchasing a ticket starting at $119 at the former location of Hooter’s Casino, just off the Strip.

The package includes guaranteed seating at one of the property’s dining outlets, all-you-can-eat buffet and all-you-can-drink domestic draft beer.

The buffet will feature game day favorites such as all beef hot dogs with traditional condiments, beer braised-brats with sautéed peppers and onions, a build-your-own nacho bar, deli meat sandwiches and Hooters apps.

Beverage upgrades are available for an additional cost, the $35 upgrade includes a selection of craft and imported beer and well liquor and the $55 upgrade includes a selection of craft and imported beer and premium liquor.

On top of all of that, chances at winning raffle prizes will be happening throughout the day.

6. South Point Hotel Casino and Spa
The Big Game Party at South Point Hotel Casino and Spa is free to attend, with five watch parties, food and drink specials, on-site wager stations and more.

Seating at the Showroom, Exhibit Hall and Grand Ballroom are available on a first-come, first-serve basis, beginning at 10:30 a.m.

Guests will be able to enjoy food specials available for purchase in the Showroom, Exhibit Hall and Grand Ballroom. Specialties include game day favorites such as chicken wings, hot dogs, popcorn, pulled pork nachos and more. Drink specials will be available for purchase, including buckets of six Budweiser or Bud Light aluminum bottles for $25 and $5 cocktails with SKY Vodka, Captain Morgan, Crown Royal and Don Julio.

Of course, the renowned sportsbook at South Point is known for its fair betting odds, legendary sportsbook directors and is the home to the Vegas Stats & Information Network (VSiN) studios.

5. SAHARA Las Vegas
Beers and Bets, CASBAR Lounge, Club 101 and Paradise Lounge at SAHARA Las Vegas will all give fans chances to watch the 49ers play the Chiefs in two weeks.

Formerly SLS Casino, the property located at the north end of the Strip, rebranded back to its original name last summer.

VIP Game Day packages at Beers and Bets, Club 101 and Paradise Lounge feature all-you-can-eat fare including pork carnitas sliders, Hebrew National hot dogs, soft pretzel bites, buffalo and bbq chicken wings, build-your-own nachos and assorted ice cream treats. All packages include unlimited Bud Light, Michelob Ultra, Corona, Modelo Especial and specialty cocktails

Packages start at $60 (Beers and Bets), $100 (CASBAR Lounge) and $150 (Club 101 and Paradise Lounge). Doors open at 1:30 p.m. at all locations and drink and dining specials will take place an hour before kick-off.

4. Plaza Hotel and Casino
Bettors and fans can make their way to the Plaza Hotel and Casino’s Sierra Ballroom, where doors will open at noon at the only Downtown Las Vegas venue in our top 10.

There will be William Hill’s satellite betting stations throughout the ballroom on the third floor of the Las Vegas resort for endless opportunities to place bets on the big game.

The sportsbook will offer more than 900 ways to bet on Super Bowl LIV. Guests can purchases tickets at $100 per person until 31 January and $125 beginning on 1 February.

Coming back again this year will be the $100,000 Big Game Parlay Card. Bettors who pick all 15 winners of 15 Big Game props can win $100,000. The cards are $5, and there is no limit to the number of entries that can be played.

3. Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino
If you are looking to combine your stay in Las Vegas with a Super Bowl party then you may want to checkout Westgate’s offer.

The VIP Pigskin Party package includes three-night Las Vegas getaway along with access to the football party in the Westgate SuperBook, which makes its claim to be the largest of its kind in the world.

The sportsbook will also have food stations, beverages including a complimentary call bar, Bud Draft Trailer and buckets of beer on each coffee table for a total of $55. Guests will enjoy 55 couches, 110 luggage chairs, 55 coffee tables and 25 tables.

The package is beginning at $599 per couple, with the three-night stay at the resort and entry into the Super Bowl viewing party.

2. The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
With special programming at The Cosmopolitan’s Race & Sports Book, at CliQue Bar & Lounge fans can take in all the action of football’s biggest game of the year.

On 31 January, the Las Vegas Strip resort’s sportsbook will host a seminar featuring tips and predictions from a panel of experts in both football and gaming. Expert panel guests include former Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl Champion, Travis Taylor, and The Cosmopolitan’s Senior Vice President of Gaming Operations, Brian Benowitz.

Then on 2 February, the flashy Cosmo sportsbook will have its viewing party with guests able to play shuffleboard, foosball and billiards.

Located off of the casino floor, CliQue Bar & Lounge will offer an elevated experience for the Big Game with tableside mixology, craft cocktails and savory bites. Additional HD TVs will be added to maximize the Game Time experience. Table reservations with food and beverage minimums of $250 per person are now available.

1. Caesars and The LINQ
Carmine’s inside The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace and Virgil’s Real Barbecue at The LINQ Hotel + Experience are Big Game ready.

Carmine’s Tailgate Buffet is available for $100 per person and includes all-you-can-eat offerings of cold antipasto, vegetables and assorted cheeses, salads, pasta, scarpariello wings, chicken and eggplant parmigiana, sausage with peppers and tiramisu. The Tailgate Buffet with open bar is available for $170 per person and includes well drinks, draft beers and house wines until the end of the third quarter.

An MVP Package with premium open bar is available for $230 per person and includes the Tailgate Buffet along with an assortment of fresh seafood, New York strip loin carving stations, chocolate cannolis, fresh fruit and premium open bar with house wines and draft and bottled beer until the two-minute warning of the fourth quarter.

Virgil’s Real Barbecue will host a big game party with all-you-can-eat offerings from Virgil’s Backyard BBQ Buffet and Live Carving Station. The $175 party package also includes open bar featuring premium liquor, draft and bottled beer, house wine, soda, tea and sweet tea. The BBQ sit steps away from the new “futuristic” sportsbook at The LINQ, which has also recently unveiled 45,000 square feet of open space offering revolutionary products and amenities you won't see at any of the numerous properties that surround it on the Strip.

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