The Super Bowl is one of the biggest party days of the year. Food, drinks and football are always on the menu. But where do you go?
Station Casinos all around the valley are offering locals a variety of options.
"We always have our dollar beers and hot dogs at the sports book, which are really popular," said Lori Nelson of Station Casinos. "But we have a lot of public parties going on, ranging from very value oriented deals like a $20 all-you-can-eat-and-drink with beer and stadium food and we have that at Sunset Station, Fiesta Station and Boulder Station."
Over at PT's and Sierra Gold, fans can make their sports bets at the bar and enjoy the game at the same time while taking advantage of super specials.
"Most of our locations have stadium buffet for $10 pre-sale, $15 on sight, all you can eat," said Chris Porter of PT's Entertainment Group. "We have half off happy hour specials starting at 4:00, so half hour after the game starts, 50 percent off all drinks."
If you have kids but want to still enjoy the Super Bowl atmosphere, there's a family-friendly option that should keep everyone happy.
"At Texas Station, we have a great alternative for families," Nelson said. "We have great big screens throughout the bowling alley. We're doing a special of dollar bowling games and we have some really inexpensive stadium food and there's drawings for free pizzas."
It's best to check the internet if places require reservations and get there early for a good seat.
And if you want your pigskin to have an emphasis on skin, strip clubs are getting in on the action as well.
If you're a high roller, the Spearmint Rhino offers a package for $12,500 that includes five bottles of Cristal, five bottles of Belvedere, a bottle of Louis the XIII and $2,000 in rhino chips, which is good for private rooms and dances.
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