Super Bowl 2024 Hub

The Super Bowl doesn’t have to be the only thing you do while in Vegas this February. While Vegas’s Allegiant Stadium alone will provide an unforgettable experience for football fans, you can catch many other shows that can make the whole weekend a memorable experience for everyone.

We have all you need to make the most of the weekend, from tips on where to stay, where to watch, and even how to get around to making sure you make the most of your time and money.

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Watch Parties

Nothing beats enjoying the game with great food, drink, big TVs, and friends. Here are some of the top Super Bowl viewing parties on the Las Vegas Strip and Downtown.

Circa Las Vegas

Circa Big Game Bash

The very sports-centric Circa offers three different premium viewing options for the Super Bowl.

Stadium Swim: Circa will have a viewing experience on its 143-foot screen and a pyrotechnics display for an outdoor option. General admission prices range from $125-$175 per person. VIP options with food & beverage minimums are also available in Stadium Swims booths, daybeds, boxes, and cabanas.

Circa Sportsbook: For an indoor experience, Circa offers various viewing options in its acclaimed sportsbook. General admission prices start at $400 per person. VIP options with food & beverage in Circa Club and Circa Suites are available. You can book here.

Private Areas: Circa also offers to rent out private areas within its conference center to groups as small as eight people. You can get more information here.

SAHARA Ultimate Big Game Tailgate

For those staying near the Strip’s northern end, SAHARA offers a watch party outside at AZLIO Las Vegas ultra pool. Packages start at $140 per person and include select food and/or beverages. Daybeds and cabanas are available for larger groups.

Super Bowl at Mandalay Bay

There is no way to get closer to being at The Big Game in person than watching it at Mandalay Bay. As with prior years, Mandalay Bay, home of House of Blues, will likely have several watch parties in its restaurants, bars, and lounges.

Big Game at The Cosmopolitan

The Cosmopolitan will have various premium viewing options for The Big Game.

The Race & Sports Book will provide four guests with high-top seating at $1,200. Reservations require a $300 food and beverage minimum per person. Food will be provided by Cosmo’s acclaimed food hall, Block 16.

The Barbershop Cuts & Cocktails will offer a high-end experience with multiple screens to watch and an extensive whiskey, bourbon, and craft liquor offering. Bar seating costs $250 per person, with tables at $3,000. These options include a buffet.

CliQue Bar & Lounge will offer craft cocktails, a food selection of house-made mixers, and savory platters like Game Day Nachos, Philly Cheese Steak Eggrolls, and Pulled Pork Sliders. Bar seating starts at $250 per person, with tables at $2,000.

Cosmopolitan Las Vegas

Cosmo also offers premium seating options to watch the Big Game at Marquee Nightclub, The Chelsea Pool, and STK.

Super Bowl at The Venetian

The Venetian touts the Yahoo Sportsbook Powered by William Hill (The Venetian is owned by the same firm that owns Yahoo) with a 1,700 square-foot main TV and various other TVs. Food is served from the nearby Black Tap Craft Burgers and Beer and Noodle Asia.

The Venetian also offers customized private VIP parties – created by The Venetian’s Celebrations team.

Big Game Sunday Winning Party at Gatsby’s

Gatsby’s Cocktail Lounge at Resorts World, the 1920s jazz-themed lounge, will offer an upscale viewing experience. Seats can be reserved with a $175 beverage minimum, with food options also available for purchase.

Wynn & Encore

Wynn Las Vegas

Wynn will be hosting a pair of watch parties:

The Buffet: As with prior years, The Buffet will host a feast/watch party. This package includes limitless visits to The Buffet’s Seafood Spectacular and a selection of tailgate favorites. $250 per person, not inclusive of tax or gratuity.

Charlie’s Sports Bar: Adjacent to Wynn Race and Sportsbook is Charlie’s Sports Bar. Surrounded by screens to view all the plays from every vantage point, fans will enjoy unlimited food and beverages with a delicious array of elevated tailgate favorites for $475 per person, not including tax or gratuity. Add a premium selection of liquor for an additional $25 per person.

Big Game Watch Party at HyperX Arena

The eSports arena inside Luxor will be hosting a Big Game Watch Party. Reserved seats start at $165 per person, which includes an open bar. Food will be offered for an additional cost. VIP and private seating options are available.

Plaza Big Game 2024 Viewing Party

Like in previous years, The Plaza, located Downtown, will offer a viewing party including a buffet, a bucket of beer, and a cash bar in its ballroom. Tickets start at $125 per person.

Biggest Big Game Bash 2024

The world-famous Fremont Street Experience will host the Biggest Big Game Bash 2024 outdoors with a massive large screen.

General admission is free, with first-come-first-serve seating. Many VIP packages include premium seating at a $100 per person beverage minimum.

Other options include ‘man caves’ with a private TV for 15 people requiring a $5,000 beverage minimum and ‘man caves’ with a private TV for 30 people requiring a $7,000 beverage minimum.

Fremont Street

Super Bowl 2024 Watch Parties

Remember to plan ahead, as popular places may fill up quickly. Whether you prefer a high-energy casino atmosphere or a more relaxed sports bar setting, Las Vegas offers a variety of options to make your Super Bowl watch party experience memorable.

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