The NFL won’t let the Las Vegas casino community mention their sacred words Super Bowl in any advertising, so today we are going to talk about the Big Game. (And that’s not about hunting lions.)
If money is no object, cough up $50,000 and watch the Big Game at Carmine’s at the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace. (It’s the Las Vegas outpost of the famous New York City Italian eatery.) For that kind of money you probably could have bought a ticket to the real thing. Here, though, there are recliner seating, video games (in case the Big Game gets boring like last year), a personal concierge and a VIP table at a Caesars nightclub for the after party. Did I mention there will be massage services available?
However, FREE is a great idea for the rest of us. I like staying in the “hood” and watching football at a local Stations casino. Every TV will be tuned in to the Big Game so you can wander around and not miss a single play. Doors open at 2. Although entry is FREE, you can ante up $35 for all you can eat bar food and all the draft beers you can drink. At casino liquor prices, that is a very good deal.
Another great FREE place to watch the action is at the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center. It’s entitled “The Ultimate Man Cave Viewing Bash.” You are steps away from a pop-up Sports Book (thanks D Las Vegas.) And they are serving Coney Island hot dogs!
And who do I want to win? The commercials, natch! You?
Beth Ellyn Rosenthal
The Las Vegas Real Estate Concierge
Managing Broker, Nevada
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