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Top 10 Super Bowl LVI casino watch parties

7 Feb 2022

By Dan Ippolito
We are days away from the biggest sports betting event of the year here in the U.S.

Super Bowl LVI in So-Fi Stadium between the Los Angeles Rams (-4.5 on bet365 Sportsbook & Racebook) and the Cincinnati Bengals is expected to generate a massive volume of wagers. There are too many places to count that offer the chance to watch the game and hopefully watch your bets cash in. While you may not be risking as much as the legend Mattress Mack himself, you still want to find a fun atmosphere at a casino venue near you to catch the Big Game.

Here we take a look at 10 casinos to consider for Sunday’s Super Bowl experience.

10. Caesars Atlantic City
Super Bowl Sunday is ready to go at The Wild Wild West at Caesars Atlantic City. The entertainment hub will feature fan caves, VIP areas and a self-serve beer wall.

There will be food offerings via the Atlantic City Snack Shack and drink specials for all fans. Those in attendance can drink, bet and stick around for a DJ takeover, during both halftime and post-game parties.

9. South Point Hotel Casino and Spa
Super Bowl LVI viewing parties at South Point Hotel Casino and Spa will be held in the Showroom, Grand Ballroom and Exhibit Hall. Doors open at 10:30 a.m. and admission is free. Seating will be on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Fans can even place their wagers at South Point’s on-site betting stations located near the watch parties. Tailgate-inspired food and beverage specials will be available.

Additionally, South Point's famed Sports Book will be available for guests to watch the Big Game, featuring two wall-sized big screen televisions, multiple plasma televisions, and over 100 seats.

The Las Vegas resort is also offering a Big Game Hotel Package. This package includes two nights’ accommodations in a premium room, four wristbands to the hottest Big Game viewing parties in town and four drinks at any casino bar. This package is priced at $599 (plus resort fee).

8. SAHARA Las Vegas
Azilo Ultra Pool at SAHARA Las Vegas is ready for Sunday and has tickets starting at $20 for general admission. If guests want to add to their experience, they can upgrade to have a premium open bar or even lock down a private cabana, table or couch for viewing.

Any tickets purchased will include tailgate games, such as beer pong and cornhole, access to the heated pools to watch the games from, and a menu of tailgate and game day foods available for purchase.

Starting at $150 for individual seating tickets, Chickie’s & Pete’s at the Las Vegas property is also offering VIP viewing opportunities. These packages come with reserved seating and all-you-can-drink and all-you-can-eat menus for individuals or groups.

7. Harrah's Resort Atlantic City
The Pool After Dark party at the first Harrah’s Super Bowl LVI Swimfest kicks off at 5 p.m. on Super Bowl Sunday and won’t stop until 3 a.m. Fans can either get general admission tickets for $50 which includes food only, or score VIP tables and bottle service. Swimming is permitted with each ticket purchase.

Game day food will be open to all fans in stations throughout the pool, and models will serve beer buckets all night long.

Breaks, intermission and post-game will be filled with DJ beats. The party also includes a halftime with a special performance by the Pool After Dark’s own dance team, as well as the Pepsi Super Bowl LVI Halftime Show.

6. Treasure Island
On 13 February, Treasure Island, located on the Las Vegas Strip, will be home to bottomless drinks and big game watch parties at Gilley’s Saloon, Dance Hall & Bar-B-Que and Golden Circle Sportsbook and Bar.

Gilley’s is serving all-you-can-drink draft beers and premium cocktails for only $125. Limited seating is available.

For an additional cost, guests can dine on Gilley’s favorites, including the Cowboy Burger, topped with BBQ pulled pork, pepper jack cheese, crispy onions and Jack Daniel’s BBQ; or the Southern Fried Chicken, with buttermilk-soaked chicken, dredged in seasoned flour and fried crispy.

Also, Treasure Island’s sportsbook and bar will feature a video wall and will be serving all-you-can-drink draft beers and premium cocktails for $125 beginning at noon. Additionally, sports betting kiosks are onsite.

5. Tropicana Atlantic City
An exclusive Caesars Rewards VIP, invite-only Super Bowl LVI party will feature special game day menus for Super Bowl LVI.

Other watch opportunities at the property include an all-you-can-eat menu at Chickie’s & Pete’s. The $65.99 menu includes crabfries, crabby sweets, classic and boneless cutlets and wings, as well as cheese and cheesesteak nachos. All-you-can-eat items also feature salads, roast beef & pork, cheesesteaks, pizza and mussel options.

Fans can also enjoy the football league and different wing packages brought to you by Tropicana’s A'Dam Good Sports Bar and Hooters. Both sports bars are serving up wing specials. The NFC traditional package is priced at $86.99 and AFC boneless package is $72.99. Both include 50 traditional or boneless wings, one pound of steamed or buffalo shrimp and bleu cheese or ranch options.

4. Downtown Grand Las Vegas
Downtown Grand Las Vegas Hotel & Casino will host Super Bowl LVI viewing parties on Sunday, featuring all-you-can-eat stadium food and unlimited drinks.

Viewing parties will be held at four Downtown Grand locations — Triple George Grill, Freedom Beat, The Fremont Room and The Las Vegas Room — with doors opening at 2:30 p.m. Guests must be age 21 or older to attend. Tickets for the package start at $125.

Beginning 3:30 p.m., guests can score all-you-can-eat stadium food and an unlimited drink package until the end of the 3rd quarter. The unlimited drink package includes select draft beer, wine, soda and water with additional beverages, including premium liquor, available for purchase separately. A cash bar will be available beginning 2:30 p.m. through the end of 4th quarter.

3. Resorts Casino Hotel
With more than 50 televisions throughout the property, Resorts Casino Hotel in Atlantic City will be offering food and drink specials at multiple locations on Sunday, 13 February, along with a sweepstakes for all Star Card holders.

Guests can place their bets at DraftKings Sportsbook in Resorts Casino Hotel, home to 18 betting kiosks, five betting windows, and all the action broadcast on ultra-high definition LED video walls. Drink specials at DraftKings Sportsbook, as well as Bar One just steps away, will include $6 any domestic draft beer, $12 pitchers any domestic draft beer, and $20 buckets of 6 domestic bottles. Food specials will include $2 hotdogs and hoagies. LandShark & Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville are also offering drink specials for the big game, which includes a $20 Beer Bucket choose five of the following, Budweiser, Bud Light, Michelob Ultra, and Landshark.

Guests can also participate in the Big Game Sweepstakes on Sunday, 13 February. All Star Card holders can stop by the promotions booth starting at 10 a.m. to pick up an entry ticket. Five winners will be drawn at 6 p.m. and at the end of each quarter for $100 in Slot Cash. One lucky person will be drawn at the end of the game for $1,000 in Slot Cash.

2. Tropicana Las Vegas
Tropicana Las Vegas is presenting the Tropicana Las Vegas Ultimate Big Game Watch Party, a ticketed event inside the Trinidad Ballroom for football fans to watch the Bengals take on the Rams hosted by The Black Hole and Corona.

Fans can experience all the action on six giant 16x9 foot screens as well as many high definition TVs throughout the private event.

General admission tickets are priced at $130, plus taxes and fees. Guests receive entry into the private viewing event hosted by the Black Hole and Corona, unlimited stadium-style buffet, three free drink tickets good for a choice of three select drinks, and access to a general seating area.

VIP tickets are priced at $250 plus taxes and fees. VIP guests receive entry into the private Big Game viewing event hosted by the Black Hole and Corona, unlimited stadium-style buffet, one bucket (5) of beers of either Modelo, Corona or Pacifico, VIP reserved seating, as well as an additional special event gift.

1. The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas invites football fans to catch the Super Bowl at the resort with exclusive viewing options and specialty food and beverage offerings at The Cosmopolitan’s Race & Sports Book, STK, Marquee Dayclub, Holsteins Shakes and Buns, The Barbershop Cuts & Cocktails and CliQue Bar & Lounge.

At the Race & Sports Book, premium high tops start at $1,600 and regular high tops start at $1,200 for seating up to four people. Reservations include a $300 food & beverage minimum per guest with specialty dishes provided by Block 16 Urban Food Hall.

Fans can kick back and enjoy the show at The Barbershop Cuts & Cocktails, a hideaway lounge perfect for viewing Super Bowl LVI. Celebrate in style with an extensive whiskey selection, bourbon cocktails, craft liquors and small bites. VIP seating packages include access to the buffet with bar seating starting at $250 and tables starting at $3,000.

CliQue Bar & Lounge offers nonstop action alongside artisanal cocktails, house-made mixers and platters like Game Day Nachos, Philly Cheese Steak Eggrolls and Pulled Pork Sliders, meant for sharing. VIP seating packages start at $250 for bar seating or $2,000 for tables.

STK is giving guests another reason to eat, drink and party with a breakthrough game day menu. Multiple high-definition, 70-inch TVs will be located throughout the venue to make for an epic viewing party. Guests can add a bottle of Dom Perignon Champagne or Don Julio 1942 Tequila for $350 per bottle.
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