Las Vegas is, hands down, one of the best places to be this Super Bowl Sunday. With a sports book in almost every casino and world-class bars on every corner, there are so many places to catch the big game. Picking the right place to spend your Super Bowl Sunday comes down to what kind of vibe you’re looking for and where in Las Vegas you’d like to cheer on your favorite team. There are a number of different price points and experiences to choose from, and here’s a list of your best bets:
Sports Book at Caesars Palace
Watch the game in the Caesars Palace sports book, where the 4-Zone directional sound and 143-foot HD LED screen will really make you feel like you are at the game. Reserve a bleacher-style seat for $107.72. The price includes two drink tickets. Lower level seating is available for $323.17 per person and includes three drink tickets. But if you are willing to spring for a VIP seat, you’ll get all-you-can-drink service plus access to a VIP betting window.
The D Las Vegas
Another great place in downtown Las Vegas is The D, right at Fremont Street and 3rd Street. The Big Game Bash offers a few options for watching the game. Located on the 12th floor, reserve a private man cave for up to 12 people for $2,400. Each additional person is $185 with a max of 25 people. You’ll watch the game on multiple big screens while enjoying unlimited stadium-style food and drinks. You can also watch the game in the Detroit Ballroom for $150 per person. This also includes unlimited food and drinks.
Conveniently located right off the Harrah’s/The LINQ monorail station, the LINQ has a multitude of options for watching the big game:
- The Tilted Kilt is a great place to watch sports, and affordable table packages start at $150. With multiple screens and state-of-the-art speakers, you’re sure to have a great view of the game from anywhere in the bar.
- O’Shea’s, an Irish-inspired casino and pub right next to the LINQ casino floor, is offering seats to watch the big game for $80. This includes a souvenir cup and your choice of three well cocktails or a bucket of Miller Lite or Coors Lite.
- One of the most popular restaurants at the LINQ, Virgil’s Real BBQ, has tickets for $150. You’ll get a barbecue buffet, access to a premium bar for 4 ½ hours, and a dessert bar.
- Big Game packages at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas start at $99 per person, which includes all you can eat and drink. If you want to bowl while watching the game, packages start at $500 for up to eight people.
Beer Park at Paris
Beer Park by Budweiser has one of the largest selections of beer, both draft and bottle, on the Las Vegas Strip. Viewing party tickets for this year’s Super Bowl are $253.27 per person, with discounts for small groups. That includes guaranteed seating and buffet food stations starting at 2:00 pm, but drinks are not included. Paris Las Vegas is conveniently accessed from the Bally’s/Paris monorail station.
Gilley’s Saloon at Treasure Island
Gilley’s Big Game Party is a great option for country fans to get together to watch the Super Bowl this year. A flat rate of $150 will get you bottomless drinks (domestic beer buckets, draft beers, or select premium cocktails) as well as access to the buffet. The buffet features a selection of sliders, salad, wings, and a build-your-own nacho bar. Seating is first-come-first-serve, so make sure you arrive early. Doors open at noon.
Alto Bar at Caesars Palace
For the ultimate VIP treatment, the Alto Bar at Caesars offers an all-day private room for up to 20 people. For $6,312.49 your party receives a breakfast buffet, Bloody Mary bar, two kegs of your choice, lunch, and NFL swag. Use the monorail’s Flamingo/Caesars Palace station for easy access to all the Super Bowl action.
Public House at Luxor
If you are looking for a casual option, Public House at Luxor Las Vegas has a finger food buffet for $55. To guarantee a seat, you can upgrade to $155, which also includes cocktails and domestic drafts. If you’re on the south end of the Strip, this is also a convenient location which is easy to access.
Planet Hollywood & Miracle Mile Shops
Planet Hollywood and the Miracle Mile Shops offer so many different venues for watching the game. Only a few minutes walk from the Bally’s/Paris monorail station, here are some options to catch the big game:
- Heart Bar throws a big party with giveaways, prizes, and drink specials. Lounge-style booths and tables can be reserved. There’s a $400 beverage minimum for parties of four.
- Blue Moon Bar, which offers a lineup of beers from the Blue Moon River North Brewery, will also offer drink specials and giveaways. There’s a $50 per person beverage minimum.
- Gordon Ramsay Burger is serving up bottomless beer, wine, and well cocktails. Tickets are $150, which includes a $50 food credit. The party starts at 2:00 pm.
- Ringer Wings, Pizza & Sliders Sports Book, is the perfect place to watch the game. Tickets start at $100 per person and include all-you-can-drink beer, wine, and well cocktails as well as a $30 food credit. Doors open at 1:00 pm.
The Westgate (Free Seating Available)
Take the monorail to the Westgate station to experience the game at the world’s largest sports book. With 30,000 square feet and hundreds of prop bets, the Westgate Super Book is the place to be. There are only 350 seats in the main sportsbook venue, but they also show the game in the International Theater. Tickets cost $100 per person for a seat plus all-you-can-eat buffet and bottomless drinks. There’s also free limited seating in the balcony.
Downtown Las Vegas Events Center (Free Admission)
Located just off Fremont Street, this outdoor concert venue frequently hosts sports-viewing parties, including regular parties for the Vegas Golden Knights, so they know how to do it right. The game plays on a 72-foot LED main screen, and the venue can accommodate 15,000 people. For general admission, the event is free. Tables are available to reserve with a $50/person minimum on beverages. “Man cave” VIP sections are also available for a $3,500 and include food and beverage service.
Crazy Horse III
If you’re looking for an only-in-Vegas type of game day, Crazy Horse III has tickets for $199 (beautiful girls included). Tickets also include an open bar and free transportation to the venue. In addition to the best adult entertainment, you’ll also have a chance to enter and win up to $5,000 in raffle prizes during the big game.
Wherever you decide to watch the Super Bowl this year, you’re guaranteed a great time in Las Vegas. Sin City offers unparalleled access to sports betting, food & drinks, and the best party atmosphere you’ll find anywhere. And to make your decision even easier, the Las Vegas Monorail is here to get you safely to your chosen destination. Check out our full monorail station guide for our full route map and to plan out your Super Bowl Sunday with quick and easy transportation.