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Super Bowl Las Vegas?

Discussion in 'The Sports Book' started by RiddickBull, Jan 22, 2013.

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  1. RiddickBull

    RiddickBull VIP Whale

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    I was planning on going to LV for the Super Bowl. I was wondering how it is there. Any info will help.

    Thanks.
     
  2. Bamfbowhunter

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    Search button is your friend.

    If I had to guess there are lots of big hotel casinos with lots of gambling options overprice food drinks and nightlife. Oh ha that's everyday in Vegas lol



    I will be headed out there next weekend and we will be watching the game at millers ale house. 75$ guaranteed seat open bar with top shelf everything and all you can eat buffet
     
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    Super Bowl Party in Las Vegas

    We go to Vegas For a Super Bowl Party every year. It is a ton of fun. lots of food,
    We also plan to see "King George Strait" on Saturday Night Feb.2 how about that for a weekend.
    I have a couple of questions for some other Vegas Fans.
    Do you have any ideas why Mirage doesn't have a VIP Lounge?
    Second, Why doesn't Mirage put in a 24 hour Coffee shop / Cafe? I'm not refering to Coffee Bean I mean a restaurant type with food. Like if you just want something small before you go to bed even if it is late.
    Thanks for anyones input,
     
  4. heatherlovesvegas

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    I went 4 or 5 years ago. I'm not a sports fan, just happened to be there then. It was pretty much business as usual, except every sports book has a line out the door. If you want to gamble on the game you may want to find a place more out of the way...

    Also I noticed that nearly every place you go you could see the game. We literally were walking around in different places and actually got to catch a good part of the action. There's always a bar or something you can pop in for a quick look
     
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