Thursday, January 30, 2014


Places to Watch the BIG GAME in Las Vegas


Written by Tiffany Milligan – A Vegas Local



Places to see the Big Game in Vegas - illustrated football
Illustration Courtesy of John Kasawa
While I’m always game for pushing the envelope, uttering a name that is trademarked in NFL football is a BIG OLE GRAY AREA that I’m just going to avoid! On February 2, 2014 at Metlife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey THE BIG GAME will take place! Don’t, for one second, think that means all the action will be on the East Coast. While you won’t get front row seats in Las Vegas, you’ll find PLENTY of action! Beer is flowing, bets are being placed, and there are plenty of places to see the Big Game in Vegas!

This will be the first Big Game played outside in cold weather and also the first game to be hosted by not one but TWO states, New Jersey and New York! While all the crazy folks are layered up in their winter parkas, praying for a little warmth from the sun, all the partiers will be here, with us, in Las Vegas, nice and toasty, placing their bets. What do people bet on when it comes to the Big Game? 
Places to see the Big Game in Vegas - Football field
Photo Courtesy of Danxoneil
Aside from actual things related to football? I won’t lie, it gets pretty outrageous! How long will the postgame handshake last? How many backup singers will be at the halftime show? Will the entertainment be wearing pants or a skirt? Will they have their hair straight and long or pulled back in a pony? Oh yes, you can bet on virtually ANYTHING! Aside from the betting, the multiple HUGE screens the game is played on, and the eclectic crowds, there are several places to place your bets! Here are the best places to see the Big Game in Vegas.


Mandalay Bay
Come sit with 299 of your closest friends to watch the BIG GAME on 17 big screen televisions! Drinks, snacks, and the 28x30’ projection screen make this more traditional venue the party to partake in!


Bellagio
Oozing elegance, this sport’s book is intimidate and upscale. With some of the highest betting limits on the strip and not a bad seat in the house, the Bellagio hosts a good party. If you like being catered to (vs. fighting your way to the bar) this is the place for you to acquaint yourself with for the BIG GAME!


Wynn
Complete with a 20 seat VIP lounge, 37 plasma televisions, and three 12x12 big screens, the sport’s book at the Wynn might even exceed the Bellagio’s in luxury…so close, maybe we should bet on it!


Hard Rock
Partying on a budget? For under $50 you can join the other cheapos with an all you can eat buffet during the Big Game and a bucket of beer. The best Sport’s book in Vegas? No! BUT this is a great deal if you’re shopping for a bargain. Trust me!


New York, New York
If you’re wanting a little more “sportiness” to go with your game, give NY, NY a shot…it’s only right since they are hosting the BIG GAME this year! For under $200 you can indulge in an all-you-can-eat buffet and take in the game on one of their 132 screens!


For the most up-to-date information on the 2014 Big Game, contact the sports gurus at VegasDaze. Call 1.855.895.3293 or702.851.3293 to schedule all of your Las Vegas activities!

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