Vegas casinos ready for Monday Night NFL FootballSeptember 04, 2012 3:00 AM by H. Scot Krause
With football getting underway this week we’ll look at some great offers, “cheap style!”
You really can’t beat making a small wager (I’ll leave the betting advice to the expert GT sports writers!) that lasts 3-4 hours while enjoying cheap food, beer and drink specials and a chance for some prize giveaways and contests to boot!
This is one of the most popular hangouts for Monday Night Football. Every Monday beginning Sept. 10, for the games will be shown on giant movie theater size screens with weekly prizes from the “96 Bottles of Miller Beer on the Wall” throughout the party given away by the beautiful “Miller Girls.”
The doors open at 4:30 p.m. for 5:30 p.m. game time. (Exception: doors open at 3 p.m. on Sept. 10 for the double header.) Admission is free for all “B-Connected” members but you must swipe card at the door for admission. You will also receive one drawing ticket for prizes and one free draft beer coupon.
All drawing entries are collected throughout season for chance to win prizes at the season finale Grand Prize Drawings to be given away during the Dec. 22 game. The Grand Prize is a $1,000 gift card and four additional winners will each take home a $500 gift card. KKLZ 96.3 and Miller Lite Beer co-sponsor the parties.
The PBR Rock Bar & Grill inside Miracle Mile Shops will offer drink specials to kick off every college and professional game this football season. During Saturday and Sunday games, revelers can enjoy the daily happy hour of $3 domestic draft beers, 2-for-1 well cocktails, $5 shots, half-price bottles of wine and $19 Budweiser buckets.
Monday Night Football parties are set for the Mi Casa Grill Cantina. The game will be shown on every TV in the restaurant. There will be giveaways and chances to win weekly prizes. Food and drink specials include $2 tacos and quesadillas, $2 Jägermeister shots, $3 Skyy Vodka cocktails and $12 Corona and Corona Light buckets.
Each week patrons receive a chance to enter the end-of-season grand prize, the Man Cave or Diva’s Den. The Man Cave is two recliners from Walker Furniture, a 50” plasma TV, X-box 360, Madden 13 and a Jägermeister Bar-top machine. The Diva’s Den is a custom closet by Container Store.
Win a Nintendo Wii console and Madden ’12 game during this year’s MNF parties. From Sept. 10 thru December 22, guests making a $10 wager on the game or night horse racing get access to the party at the sports book. During the party, guests can pig-out on $1 food specials and $1 Bud products.
Drawings will be held for a chance to win up to $75 cash, a team jersey and more. Guests making a $20 bet on the game will be entered to win the Madden’12 Nintendo Wii package, the grand prize giveaway held after the third quarter.
The Casino & Brewery has food and drink specials during every Sunday, Monday and Thursday game this season including $1 hotdogs and $1 draft beers and $2 wings, chili nachos and chili cheese fries that all come with a free beer! They will also offer MNF giveaways for gift cards, autographed memorabilia and more.
Both the Boulder and Decatur locations are featuring Second Chance Football Contest from Sept. 5 to Dec. 30. Every $10 losing parlay card or 3-team minimum losing off the board parlay wager of $25 or more is eligible for entry in this drawing for a chance to win one of $10,000 in cash and prizes. $5,000 in prizes will be awarded to 10 winners at each property.
Prizes include $1,000 cash, 42” TVs and more. Drawings will be held on Sunday, Dec. 30 at 5 p.m. Both casinos will also be offering $1 hot dogs and $4 chicken fingers, jalapeno poppers or 1 pound of chicken nuggets during all pro games.
The downtown casino/resort will be offering $1 Bud and Bud Light Drafts and $1 Vienna beef hotdogs during Monday Night Football. There will also be prize drawings at halftime.
Until next week…find a party and bring on the football!
Contact Scot Krause at ScotKrause@GamingToday.com
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