TOP 6 Las Vegas Big Game Watch Parties

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Do you ever have déjà vu? That’s right, woodchuck-chuckers – it’s…GROUNDHOG DAY! Tom Brady aka TB12 like “Punxsutawney Phil” casts a shadow more often than not on future forecasts. In this case, it is not six more weeks of winter, but rather six Super Bowl wins!

The Super Bowl aka “Big Game” to all non-NFL licensees, plays out the same… year… after year… after year…. like the classic movie Groundhog Day starring Billy Murray. Ripped from a scene of the movie I hit the alarm at 6:00 A.M. every Super Bowl Sunday to hear Sonny & Cher sing “I Got You Babe”, and relive a championship game with Tom Brady at the helm of the Patriots poised to win yet another championship and ring!

For those who have not read or are not familiar with my past penning’s, do not think for one moment that I am being sarcastic. My love for Tom Brady has not faded even though I now proudly wear the black and silver for the soon to be Las Vegas Raiders. All one has to do is see my blog from last year- TOM BRADY: G.O.A.T. (GREATEST OF ALL TIME) to see my support, devotion, and prediction of his Super Bowl victory and MVP trophy to know that I am and continue to be a fanatical fan, and a proud member of Brady’s Bunch!

As unfortunate as it may be, I will not be in Minneapolis on game day. Fortunately, I am here in Las Vegas which is the next best thing! No one throws a party like Vegas, and quite honestly there is no better place to be than on or near the Strip to bet, watch, or celebrate. Las Vegas event planners know that our city reigns supreme for all things…SUPER! (Bowl or not)

With hundreds of places to watch Super Bowl LII (52), it can be overwhelming trying to decide exactly where to see it.  In keeping with all things six (6): six months of winter, six championships, six rings I bring to your attention as a Las Vegas DMC: TOP 6 Las Vegas Big Game Watch Parties.


With over 50 locations, PT’S Entertainment Group’s empire has a bar on almost every corner or in your neck of the woods. Get ready to visit your favorite local tavern and watch the game with your friends and neighbors! With multiplier specials, food and drink specials, raffles, giveaways and games from kick-off to 8pm. Don’t worry about drinking and driving, there’s a PT’S within walking distance from wherever you live!


Your place to play downtown for football’s Big Game is The D’s Ballroom Blitz. Catch the game from the comfort of the D Ballroom with unlimited stadium-style food and beverages. All Big Game Bash attendees must be 21 years of age or older. No exceptions will be made. – $150 per person –


Big Game watch parties encompass the South Point on Sunday with five venues with varying admission – free options. The doors open at 10:30 A.M. in the Showroom, Exhibit Hall, Grand Ballroom, Grandview, Lounge or Sports Book. You’ll find $1 hot dogs, $3 slices $5 sausage and pepper subs. Beer buckets are $25, and selected pours including Crown Royal are $5!


You’ll find a unique football party at Tao’s annual Tao Bowl held in the Venetian. An open bar from 1 to 4 P.M., and buffet featuring sushi, prime rib, Kobe sliders, and more is $150 per person for all access in this iconic nightclub.


Can you say ostentatious? Three party packages await at XS Nightclub at Wynn Las Vegas. The Hail Mary package at $25,000 paves the way for a party of 20 guests to imbibe with a 3-liter bottle of Dom Perignon Luminous Champagne, six bottles of Grey Goose vodka, a case of beer and non-alcoholic beverages. VIP table seating and a buffet is included for further indulgence. For smaller groups and budgets, a single bottle of Grey Goose and a bucket of beer are included in the Extra Point package (four guests for $2,000) and The Safety (two guests for $1,250).


Westgate is football central! Home of Las Vegas’ #1 sports book – SuperBook – located on Paradise Road, fans can schmooze with NFL Hall of Famer Bob Griese in the resort’s International Theater, the same room Elvis played for years in the 1970s.
Also during the ‘70s, the quarterback led the Miami Dolphins in three Super Bowl games, including two wins. There’s free seating on the balcony, but seats on the main floor cost $100 each. The price includes unlimited food and beverages. The Westgate SuperBook is the biggest and best! After all, it’s where good teams win, and great teams cover!


Bill Murray played Groundhog Day character Phil Connors; an arrogant Pittsburgh TV weatherman. Imagine if you will, his commentary for the Big Game. “Well, it’s Sunday … again… and that must mean we’re up here at the Super Bowl waiting for a win from the world’s most famous quarterback, Tom Brady, who’s just about to show us how many more championship rings we can expect.”

Groundhog Day is a classic, and Tom Brady is a class act. Now, go hit a tailgate buffet and don’t bet the house against a winner. Here’s to a super, Super Bowl Sunday!