Everyone is looking for a “Super Bowl Party” “Big Game Party”, etc.. ** Hotels, restaurants, etc.. are not allowed to use the word “Super Bowl” in their advertising of their parties.
VegasCoupons.com Tip – If you are table game or slot player, use your card this weekend! Then don’t hesitate to ask pit boss if they can give Super Bowl Party passes, almost every casino has a private party for their players. Most of these include free drinks, free food, etc.. If you don’t ask, the answer is always no.
I had to dig around a little to find some info, I will start with some of the lower priced parties.
Silverton Casino Hotel invites football fans to join in celebrating the Big Game, Big Easy Style and watch the 2013 Super Bowl broadcast from New Orleans inside Veil Pavilion for FREE. Playing on six giant screens the action-packed day will be filled with chances for prizes and giveaways. Take advantage of the Cantor Gaming Mobile Sports Wagering and place bets before and during the game. Patrons can enter-to-win the grand prize fly-away to New Orleans to see the sold-out “Farewell Tour” for George Strait with Martina McBride on Saturday, April 13 (Prize to include concert tickets, airfare and hotel). Skip the Strip with incredible deals on food and drinks. For $35, get a wristband good for unlimited food and drinks or pay $20 and receive unlimited drinks or unlimited food. 21 or older to enter.
Westin Casuarina – The “Big Game Party” on Sunday, February 3rd is being sponsored by Jack Daniels and Coors Light from 2-8 p.m. in the Acacia Ballrooms. Meet the Jack Daniels Girls, cash in on over $3,000 in giveaways and chow down for $25 with the “All-You-Can-Eat Tailgate Buffet.” Drink specials will be available at the bar.
Bagatelle at Tropicana: Head to Bagatelle for Super Brunch XLVII. A $65 open bar package will be available to football fans. Cough up another $50 for a game day buffet. The party starts at 2 p.m. Both offers are standing room only. Guarantee a seat by securing a table for $150, per person. Call 702.701.0200 or email VIPLV@BagatelleAmerica.com for reservations.
Sporting House at New York-New York: One of the cities more expensive Big Game parties can be found here. A standard open bar package starts at $195; go premium for pricing beginning at $225. Both packages include an all-you-can-eat buffet (bratwurst, chili, hot dogs, and more) as well as seating. The game will be shown on 132 screens throughout the restaurant. The party kicks off at 2 p.m. Make a reservation by calling 702.740.6433 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
America at New York-New York: Find a more budget-friendly Big Game party inside America at New York-New York. $75 will get you bottomless house cocktails; $100 will get you the premium goods. Pricing includes seats and a buffet. Call 702.740.6433 to claim your seat.
LAVO at Palazzo: LAVO Bowl is back for 2013. Head here for a $75 open bar package. Lay out $125 to add on an Italian buffet. Lavo will feature the Big Game on more than 20 TVs. Reserve your spot by calling 702.791.1800 or visiting lavo.lv.
Rockhouse at Venetian: Opening any day now, Rockhouse at Venetian will offer Big Game viewers open bar packages starting at $100. If you’re a local (or know one who will party with you), you can score a $40 discount. Call 702-335-9182 or email email@example.com to secure your spot.
Cabo Wabo at Miracle Mile: Cabo Wabo will let you drink all you want, and nom on a Big Game buffet, for $200 $100. Upgrade to the premium stuff for another $50 bucks. Guests may start checking in on game day at 2:30 p.m. Seating and specials begin roughly one hour prior to kickoff. For reservations, call 702.385.2226 or email SuperSunday@CaboWaboVegas.com.
Rhumbar at The Mirage: Rhumbar will host a Big Game Tailgate, featuring cocktails and grub, for $150 a person. Rhumbar Bloody Marys will be offered as well as hot links, nachos, hot dogs, and more. If you’d rather pay as you go, there will be a la carte food and drink specials offered. The patio will open one hour prior to kickoff with specials beginning at the first whistle. Make reservations by calling 702.735.8322.
Gilley’s at Treasure Island: Head to Gilley’s for the Big Game for bottomless drinks and a buffet featuring chicken wings, BBQ pork sliders, a build-your-own nachos bar, hot dogs, popcorn and more for the ticket price of $98. Call 702-894-7371 to secure your space or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Doors will open at noon.
PBR Rock Bar at Miracle Mile: PBR Rock Bar’s ‘The Big Game’ celebration will feature about a hundred televisions and two open bar packages. Unlimited domestic drafts and well drinks from kick-off to the final whistle will cost you $100 a person, but for $150 a person you can upgrade to a premium open bar that runs an hour before kickoff until the end of the game.
The one kicker here is that to purchase either option, a $50 minimum food purchase is also required. We’re not sure how we feel about a “special” that requires we spend an additional $50. Call 702-750-1685 to secure.
Blondies at Miracle Mile: Another high-ticket Big Game bash will be held at Miracle Mile’s popular sports bar, Blondies. Party here for $200 on the big day. That will include an open bar with top shelf options and a buffet. Things get underway at 1:30 p.m. While the website had details on the party, it didn’t say how to reserve a space. We suggest calling the bar directly for more details at 702-737-0444.
Public House at Luxor: This new(ish) restaurant will offer an all-you-can-eat junk-food buffet, featuring Jalapeño Poppers, Battered Artichokes, Kettle Chips with dip, Burger Sliders, Sausage and Peppers, Chicken Wings and Home Style Mac n’ Cheese for $55 per person. Public House will also offer the buffet with guaranteed seating plus an open bar with premium cocktails and domestic drafts for $155 per person.
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