Many spots open up for Super Bowl bash
February 04, 2017 6:30 AM
by H. Scot Krause
If you have yet to decide about your Super Bowl plans, here are a few more options.
The Exhibit Hall and Grand Ballroom will host watch parties this Sunday with doors opening at 10:30 a.m. Football fanatics can visit on-site wagering stations and will be treated to a variety of food and drink specials, including $25 Buckets of six with a choice of Budweiser and Bud Light in aluminum bottles, Corona and Michelob Ultra in glass bottles and $5 glasses of SKYY Vodka, Captain Morgan, Crown Royal and Don Julio.
Food specials include Hot Dog ($1); Pizza, cheese or pepperoni ($3); Nachos, topped with cheese, refried beans, black olives and pulled pork ($4); Submarine Sandwich, ham or turkey and Swiss cheese ($5); Hoagie Roll, Italian sausage, served with peppers and onions and topped with marinara sauce ($5); and Chicken Fingers, served with ranch and bleu cheese dressing ($5).
For the quickest and easiest way to place bets, guests can log onto the Nevada Sports Books app from anywhere in the casino. The app offers consumers the ability to deposit money or collect winnings.
All viewing parties are free and open to guests 21 and older.
The Viewing Party will be held in the race and sportsbook on Sunday with free access with a minimum $20 sports wager on the Super Bowl. Betting windows open at 6:30 a.m. with kickoff scheduled for 3:30 p.m. Bet early morning for free donuts and coffee beginning at 10 a.m. Ken Boehlke from CBS Sports Radio 1140-AM will host the party as the game is shown throughout the sportsbook on seven 80-inch flat screens and 20 LCD TVs.
Partygoers can feast on their choice of Game Day Bites and beers, all priced from $1 to $2 that include deli sandwiches, pizza slices, hot dogs, potato skins with all the fixings, Michelob, and Estrella Jalisco drinks served from 12 p.m. and throughout the duration of the game.
Win cash and prize drawings during the party after the first, second and third quarters; $50, $75, and $100 cash prizes will be given away as well as officially licensed NFL gear like hoodies and commemorative footballs. After the game, bettors who were not fortunate to cash their bets can redeem their losing ticket at the pit for a $5 table games match play for free.
The home of the “world’s largest sportsbook” is offering $7 food and $4 drink specials inside the renowned Cabaret, iBar, Tempo Bar or the SportsBook Bar. Seating is first come, first served and guests must be 21 or older.
The Super Bowl will also be broadcast across the property’s sound system and aired on all TVs throughout the casino and property.
Rí Rá and the Irish Pub located inside The Shoppes at Mandalay Place, will offer football fans the choice to cheer on their favorite team from 10 different TVs throughout the pub’s five rooms.
In addition, guests can order exclusive food specials, including Chili Cheese Handcuts ($10.95), hand-cut fries loaded with homemade chili and Irish cheddar; Chili Dogs ($11.95), two grilled beef hot dogs topped with chili and diced yellow onion, BBQ Chicken Tacos ($12.95) and the Appetizer Sampler Platter ($24.95), 10 wings tossed in mild sauce, nine chicken bites and chili cheese fries served with celery sticks, ranch dressing and honey mustard.
This specialty menu is available from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.
Until next week… good luck and good gaming!