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Circa All inclusive Sportsbook

Discussion in 'The Sports Book' started by SAll11, Oct 22, 2021.

  1. SAll11

    SAll11 Low-Roller

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    I was thinking of reserving a seat at Circa. It would be legends club from 4:30-10:30 and it’s all inclusive. It says a call open bar and stadium style food offerings from Victory Burger and Project BBQ. Has anyone done this and is it worth the $150. What kind of food and drinks are offered for free?
     
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  2. vegasgolfgamble

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    Just happened to be looking at Circa seat reservations and seat for 1 is $350 and seating for six is $2250. includes premium liquors, and food from Victory burger and project BBQ. You can find info at Circa on line "sportsbook" Maybe some cheaper seats closer to current date when booking. No brands of Liquors are listed and no food choices are listed.
    Note that prices change with time of day and events that are on that day.
     
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  3. bubbakitty

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    Interesting that 350$ x 6 = 2100$. Not 2250….
     
  4. Renaldow

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    Without going back to check the seating chart, I think that $350 is for a single seat and the $2250 is for a premium table that seats 6.

    OP, I haven't done it at Circa, but usually when you see 'stadium food' for these events it's going to be some form of hamburger, hotdog, sandwich, fries, nachos and maybe side salads or chips. Drinks are going to be beers and well style drinks with premium liquor not well liquor.

    If you're able to get a seat for $150, I'd say why not?
     
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  5. SAll11

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    I talked to a friend who did it for Monday Night Football. This was his report for anyone who cares. He did the recliners (same as I plan to do). He said his group never got turned down for any drinks they asked for and that ranged from beer to Patron shots. As for food he said they actually could order anything on the menu from Victory Burger or Project BBQ and they brought it down to their seat. I’m reserving a seat for the 30th for the Ohio State vs Penn State game. I will report back of my experience is like his
     
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    It’s crazy I’ll bet a purple chip like it’s a red chip.. I will never pay 350 to watch a game in a sports book.. Circa book is nice it isn’t worth 350 imho.
     
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  7. drfishalot

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    What about the seating in what they call the North stands and the South stands- is that free
     
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    Damn if you book the AM seat for $75 it wouldn't be hard to pay for between an early snack from Victory Burger and a burger and fries early afternoon. That would cover $30-$40 alone. Add a few drinks in there and you're all set. I'm cheap but if I had something to watch in a morning I could get my money's worth.
     
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    Go to the circa website and click on sports book tab. scroll down to seat selection and you can pick the date and time frame you want to use. I entered a few different dates and found seats already booked into feb. 2022. thats as faer as I went. when you select a seat and time you will see prices change with what is on the big screen that day. Maybe they get sloppy on managing their drinks but it seems most seats and tables all have limits, some as low as only 5 drinks ina 3-4 hour period. Nice if they serve more for the seat price. The seats at the very front never came available on any date i looked at so i'm guessing thats the high roller section!! No free seats on anyday I looked at.
     
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    Yes the stadium style seating at each end of the sports book are first come first serve.
     
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  11. bubbakitty

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    Not really a bad seat visually……I haven’t sat in the good ones but those on the edge are good. Sound quality, I Don’t know if there is a difference
     
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    That screen is so enormous, I'm not sure there can be a bad seat there.
     
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    Thanks guys
     
  14. SAll11

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    how fast are these filling up for Saturdays and Sundays? Do you think a Saturday around 4:30 a seat will be able to be had?
     
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    That’s 7:30 EST. I’d think there was a game somewhere on the screen. :)