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The Big Game in Vegas

Let's face it. The average football fan out there will never get a ticket to the Big Game. But that doesn't mean you can't party like you're there. Las Vegas is the next best thing. We have tons of viewing parties, tailgate buffets with the best game day food and bars where you can catch all of the action on huge screens. You can even make the game more interesting by betting on it in a sports book. Trust us, you'll have so much fun you'll forget you're not there.

LAS VEGAS HOTELS

  • Bellagio

    Prices From153
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  • Caesars Palace

    Prices From109
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  • The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

    Prices From120
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  • Downtown Grand Casino and Hotel

    Prices From27
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  • Flamingo

    Prices From35
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  • Four Queens

    Prices From39
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  • Golden Nugget

    Prices From40
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  • Hard Rock Hotel

    Prices From46
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  • Luxor

    Prices From35
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  • MGM Grand

    Prices From65
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  • New York - New York

    Prices From55
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  • Paris Las Vegas

    Prices From59
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  • Planet Hollywood

    Prices From59
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  • Treasure Island - TI

    Prices From40
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  • The Venetian Resort Las Vegas

    Prices From120
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BIG GAME SHOWS IN LAS VEGAS

  • Absinthe

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  • Le Rêve - The Dream

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  • Mystère by Cirque du Soleil

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THINGS TO DO IN LAS VEGAS

  • A Discovery Tour of Hoover Dam

    Prices From65
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  • A Grand Canyon West Rim & Lunch

    Prices From190
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  • A Red Rock Canyon Tour

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  • A Valley of Fire Tour

    Prices From130
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  • ATV Hidden Valley Fun Run

    Prices From169
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  • Big Bus Tours

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Best Vegas Sports Books

Top Sports Books for Watching the Big Game

Looking for the ultimate place to watch the game? Check out some of our favorites (listed in alphabetical order).

Aria: Place your bets in a comfortable environment at the 10,000-square-foot Aria Race & Sports Book. Conveniently located off the main floor of Aria, guests can relax on comfortable couches or in chairs with separate monitors. A total of 90 monitors are placed throughout the sports book. There are also two 9 foot by 16 foot big screen televisions.

Bellagio: The Bellagio race and sports book is one of the most luxurious places in the world to make bets and follow the action. Nestled in a corner of the upscale hotel-casino, the sports book is open and inviting, yet more intimate than some of the larger sports books found elsewhere in Vegas. From deep, plush leather commander's chairs to impeccable service, an understated but readily evident elegance is the theme here. Always catering to high rolling sports fans, the Bellagio has some of the highest betting limits in town. There are 51 TVs plus 99 individual desks.

Caesars Palace: Pleasantly dark and atmospheric, the Caesars race and sports book is a quintessential Las Vegas "mega-book." Within the cavernous and exciting venue there are plenty of seats with individual TV monitors for horseplayers, and race and sports fans alike can follow the action on several monstrous TV screens and an ample number of smaller monitors. There are six 12 x 15-foot screens, 12 50-inch plasmas and a 20 by 50-foot LED board. There are 140 sports seats with a 12-inch flat screen at every table. Plus, when hunger hits, Bobby Flay's excellent Mesa Grill is only steps away.

Green Valley Ranch: Located minutes from the Strip, the huge race and sports book at Green Valley Ranch is a favorite among locals. 200-plus screens, many plasma, display sporting events of all types. With restaurants and shopping galore at Green Valley Ranch, you can arrive early and get in some extra fun before the game.

Hard Rock Hotel: The Hard Rock could be the perfect venue for music-loving sports fans. Bets on the games can be placed at the sports book. The "world's first rock 'n' roll hotel and casino" is always full of action, and the sports book is certainly no exception. With 6 HD projectors, configurable up to 25 screens total, the sports book at Hard Rock offers a more intimate experience than most others found in Vegas.

Westgate Las Vegas: When this sports book originally opened in 1986, it set the standard for a new generation of race and sports books in town. Boasting 350 seats, it soon became known as the original "SuperBook," the eighth wonder of the gambling world. The Superbook features 30,000 square feet with 28 giant screens, and one massive 15 by 20-foot screen for a grand total of more than 60 viewing monitors.

Lagasse's Stadium at the Palazzo: Lagasse's Stadium at the Palazzo features luxurious seating with plenty of pillows to sink into and watch your favorite game. A highlight of this sports-viewing mecca comes in the form of a large, 10-foot by 20-foot projection screen, complete with stadium style seating. Even better, Lagasse's Stadium at the Palazzo also has a tasty full menu designed by Emeril Lagasse and full bar.

Mandalay Bay: With 84 TV screens and 300 seats, the sports book at Mandalay Bay is easily one of the best in town. Offering some of the highest betting limits in all sports, Mandalay Bay has grown accustomed to accepting bets of $100,000 or more for the big game. But even those less experienced will feel comfortable here, thanks to the helpful and knowledgeable staff on hand.

MGM Grand: This modernistic, sleekly designed sports book offers an expansive, state-of-the-art vantage point into the game. Even more, the VIP seats here create harbors for serious sports aficionados. Just off the sports book, Sunday revelers will find the architectural and mechanical mastery of the Centrifuge Bar. There are seats for 104 people and screens including 36 65-inch televisions and 24 42-inch plasma televisions.

Planet Hollywood: Despite its intimate size, Planet Hollywood's race and sports book is cleverly designed, making every seat perfect. Seating areas are arranged stadium-style, and the 33 plasma TVs are strategically placed on the bottom level for optimum viewing. The surrounding sports bar has additional seats and TVs and is a comfortable, modern place to enjoy a drink and catch some action. However, neither the sports bar nor book has a big-screen TV.

Wynn: Steve Wynn's resort boasts one of the most luxuriant and exciting sports books.It merges state-of-the-art, multiple screened action with a deep wood-toned lounge setting. There are 37 plasmas and three big screens, the largest of which is 12 feet by 12 feet. Just off the main floor of this stunning resort, the Wynn sports book is a popular place for high-rolling sports fans when the game gets going.