Discussion in 'Downtown Hotels & Casinos' started by TomTWI, Sep 14, 2018.
Just got this email.
$100 Includes open bar with $20 food voucher or free play.
They are advertising their Super Bowl party the week after the NFL kicks off?
$100 is not bad, and the $20 kick back is solid. Do they list the hours for the open bar? I know a bunch of places in town make it an all day event. They open the doors almost 6 hours before kickoff. So you get a good 10 hours of in and out for drinking and all you can eat.
Which brings me to my next question, does the $100 include unlimited hot food? Just chips and snacks during the game?
A buddy of mine did the Super Bowl at the D last year. You had the choice of mass viewings in their showroom with food/drinks for $100 (I think) or they opened up the Suite floor and gave you a big room for the game, big screen TV and stocked up your Super Bowl suite with food and drinks. I think it was $150 per person for that. They were worried that the suite would just be a bed, and they would all have to sit on it for the game. Nope, couches and chairs. They loved it.
I like what they do at the Brooklyn Bowl. $75 all you can eat Southern Style buffet. All you can drink as well AND you get a bowling lane to take a break during all those commercials
I usually goto vegas for Divisional or Conference Championship weekend, but we did go for the Big Game one year and we had a table @ the DLVEC.
maybe i'm in the minority, but I wasn't real impressed w/ the large party atmosphere for the Superbowl. We utlimately left at halftime and went to GG. We watched the second half from a very empty casino floor while intermittley playing BJ.
if i ever go back for Big Game, I think i'll avoid the parties and just try my luck in a casino..
it was a couple of years ago, well not and cold. They charged $125 or $150 and I think the bars opened up about noon or 1? They would drop off buckets of different beers at the tables and mixed drinks had to be picked up at various bars setup. Forget about shots, that gave us crap about asking for those. It's been a couple of years, but that's what I recall from that trip. TV setup was kinda poor though.
Went to Orleans for free and free but paid for drinks and food. Great visuals and sound. Ok chairs. He a hard time drinking/ eating over 40$ actually. It was fun but like the poster above I prefer playoffs.
We have a large tv and friends to watch the Super Bowl which we have grown to prefer vs the “Big Game”. But if you have never done it wait and go when Las Vegas hosts with the new stadium. Might start saving now though.
Have done the big game at the Plaza a couple of times including last year. Buckets of beer and Angry orchard and the likes are placed on the tables, wait staff is really good in keeping those buckets filled with whatever bottled beverage desired. There is a hot buffet hot dogs, wings, last year cheese steaks (for Philly) seafood salad (for NE I guess), chicken wings chips dip veggie and fruit, burgers,etc. Mixed drinks at the bar. Betting station in the showroom- 100 with 20 fp and 20 food credit is a good deal, price will only go up
It's the freakin SUPER BOWL! I refuse to acknowledge that "big game" nonsense.
NFL controls that name...we can call it whatever we want here, but businesses can't use the name without proper (expensive, most likely) licensing.
I enjoy Vegas on Super Bowl weekends; we most often just stay on the casino floor and enjoy the uncrowded time. Every trip there have been plenty of ways to see the game. The only time I think something like this would be "worth it" for me is if "my team" was in it (Redskins or Texans). Then I would be much more interested in the game. Then this would be a good deal for me...
Yes, I figured that was the reason but I still find it frustrating.
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