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Super Bowl 2013 - How do you get invites to the parties on the strip?

Discussion in 'Comps' started by GrnEyedRedHd, Sep 30, 2012.

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  1. GrnEyedRedHd

    GrnEyedRedHd Newbie

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    We will be in Las Vegas for Super Bowl weekend. We were wondering where's the best place to watch where it won't be a total zoo. Staying at the MGM Grand. How do we get some of the invites to parties? We want to go somewhere we can see and hear the game. Be able to eat and drink and sit down. Any suggestions?
     
  2. The Equalizer

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    Invites to the hotel parties are based on play level. There are pay parties all over the strip as well as at bars off the strip that include food and drinks that range in price.

    Last year I went to millers ale house in town square it was $75 a person and include a nice spread of food reserved seats and open bar including top shelf drinks and about 25 different beers on tap.

    Most of the bars on the strip start about $200 a person for reserved seating.

    For bars without reserved seating or sports books I would recommend getting there very early in the morning or you will be standing.

    Middle to the end of December Is a good time to start reserving wherever you decide to go if you wait until you are actually in vegas you may find the place you want to watch the game is sold out. Planning ahead for the game is key since this weekend is always a zoo.
     
  3. mike_m235

    mike_m235 Tourist

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    Equalizer is right.

    But how big is your party? If you've got 6 or 8, sometimes you can negotiate a table/space to watch for a certain amount per person minimum...especially last minute when properties know what space they have left.

    Friends of mine last year got a table at MB to watch the game and were only told they had to order $75 in food/drink, per person.
     
  4. GrnEyedRedHd

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    Thanks for the info. It's only going to be 4 of us at the most. Might even be just my husband and I.
     
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    I think the question you have to ask yourself is how flexible are you? The closer you get to game time, the more likely you are to find a deal. If you're comfortable with winging it, you can do okay. But if you want to lock something in, $200 each will get you in to all kinds of superbowl parties.
     
  6. PlayHarderTours

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    Vegas for Super Bowl

    I own a travel company that offers Vegas trips... We have a trip that includes tickets to a private casino players Super Bowl Party. And yes... I agree that tickets if sold would cost over $200. Private parties are the way to go if you can get in.

    I can get you the info on the trip if interested... just send an email.
     
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