Super Bowl 51 between the AFC champion New England Patriots and the NFC champion Atlanta Falcons takes place Feb. 5 in Houston, Texas. The game starts at about 3:30 p.m. Most casinos will broadcast the game throughout the property and offer food, drink and gaming specials.


A Big Bowl Bash party takes place in the Race and Sports Book and casino-wide. The party includes stadium food and beer specials.

Drawings take place for football memorabilia and prizes in the Sports Book. Guests qualify with every $25 wager (maximum of 10 per window trip) starting at 2 p.m.

Guests who make a $50 bet get a square on a Pigskin Pool grid (max of four squares per player). Prizes include $50 each quarter and $100 for the final score.

Details: 775-825-4700.


The $2,500 Touchdown Dice game awards up to $50 free slot play Sunday. Hot-seat drawings to play the dice game take place every half hour from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.

An all-you-can-eat brunch will be served for $9.95 from 8 a.m. to noon in the High Sierra Brewery. Specialty drinks cost $2.

Details: 775-358-0116.


A Big Game Party takes place in the Grand Ballroom. Tickets cost $50 and include an all-you-can-eat-and drink stadium-style buffet.

On the casino floor, Bud and Bud Light cost $1, and Corona costs $2. A big-screen television will be awarded, and the Bud girls will attend.

Details: 775-345-6000.


A Big Game Party takes place starting an hour before kickoff in the Event Room on the third floor next to the William Hill Sports Book. Tickets cost $25 and include the game on two 20-foot screens, door prize drawings, commemorative game swag and all-you-can-eat-and-drink with Bud, Bud Light, wine and well drinks through the end of the third quarter.

Details: 775-323-1046.


The Sports Bar and Village Bar serve Bloody Marys for $5, draft beers for $4 and Fireball shots for $3.

El Jefe’s Cantina serves Milagro margaritas for $4, domestic draft beers for $4, Absolut Overtime Blues for $5 and Fireball shots for $3.

Details: 775-329-0711.


A viewing party takes place starting at 2:30 p.m. in the Reno Ballroom. Tickets include a souvenir hat, two drinks and an all-you-can-eat stadium food buffet with roast turkey, top round, wings, sliders, dogs and a build-your-own nacho bar. Max Volume and Jim McClain of KOZZ 105.7 FM will give a way prizes throughout the game.

Tickets cost $50 in advance and $60 the day of the event.

A viewing party takes place in the theater at the Eldorado. Tickets for the stadium-style seating cost $30 in advance )$35 the day of the event) and includes a souvenir hat, one drink and one stadium-style food item.

Viewing parties take place in NoVi, Cin Cin Lounge and the Prime Rib Grill. Tickets cost $60 and include a souvenir hat, two beverages and a stadium food buffet. Doors open at 2:30 p.m. for all parties.

Slices from Hidden Pizza cost $3.50 in the Sports Book.

Former NFL players will be circulating throughout the Circus Circus, Eldorado and Silver Legacy parties, including Glenn Carano and Tony Hill of the Dallas Cowboys, Phil Villapiano and Frank Hawkins of the Oakland Raiders, Conrad Dobler of the St. Louis Rams and Dan McGwire of the Seattle Seahawks.

Specials at the Stadium Bar include draft beers for $4, Jack Daniel Cinnamon Fire shots for $3, Tuaca shots for $3 and hot dogs for $3. Bar Centro serves Bud Light and Coors Light bottles for $4.

Details: 775-786-5700.


A Super 51 Party takes place starting at 2:30 p.m. in the Grand Theatre. General admission is $25 and includes two drinks.

The Sports Bar offers reserve seating for the game, which includes one drink. A table for five costs $125, bar seats cost $25 and front row seats cost $50. A specialty food menu and a hot dog cart will be available.

Details: 775-789-2000.


A viewing party takes place in Vinyl. Tickets cost $20 and include stadium seating, food and drawings for memorabilia. Bucket of beer specials will be offered, and the Red Bull promotional girls will attend. A Guitar Hero game challenge takes place at halftime. Bottle service is available.

The game will be shown throughout the casino, and beer and shot specials will be offered.

Details: 844-588-7625.


Viewing parties take place in The Stage at The Zone and in Sammy’s Showroom. Doors open at 2 p.m. Big Game Pass tickets cost $30.

Tickets include a raffle ticket, a draft beer and a stadium food buffet that features hot dogs, nachos, chili dogs and chicken wings. Beverage promo girls will be handing out swag.

Details: 775-786-3232.


More than 75 prizes will be awarded , including Super Bowl hats, T-shirts and jackets. A prize for each quarter includes a drone, a Keurig coffee maker, an indoor-outdoor deck heater and ION speakers. Guests earn drawing entries by gaming.

Pitchers of domestic beer cost $5, and quarter-pound hot dogs with fries cost $1.50.

Details: 775-673-0683.


A Big Game viewing party takes place from 2-8 p.m. Guests can win up to $1,000 playing a free Fantastic Four Quarters scratch card. Hot-seat drawings award plays in a $5,000 Wind Tunnel.

Food and drink specials include a hot dog for $1, 10 wings for $7, domestic draft and bottled beer for $2 and premium draft and bottled beer for $3.

Details: 775-883-0900.


A viewing party takes place in the Blu Nightclub. Tickets cost $35 and include all-you-can-eat stadium style food. Bottle service is available.

Details: 855-516-1090.


A viewing party takes place in the second floor Convention Ballroom. Tickets cost $65 and include an all-you-can-eat stadium food buffet and a hosted bar. Doors open at 2:30 p.m.

Details: 775-356-3300.


A Big Game Blitz 51 party takes place starting at 2:30 p.m. in the Tuscany Event Center. Entry is free, but reserve seating tickets include a mug and hat, Bud and Bud Light at every table, all-you-can-eat stadium food and raffle prize drawings each quarter. Reserve tickets cost $65, and a table for 10 costs $600. Betting stations will be set up outside the party.

Details: 775-826-2121.


Free viewing parties take place in the 3rd Street Lounge, PipeLine and the non-smoking Copa Bar and Grill. Food and drink specials will be offered throughout the game.

Details: 775-348-2200.


A VIP party takes place in the recently remodeled William Hill Sports Book. A reserved seating wrist band costs $40 and includes an open premium bar from noon to the end of the game, popcorn and a slice from the Eldorado’s Hidden Pizza. Additional slices cost $3.50.

Drink specials in Aura Ultra Lounge include draft beers for $4 and shots of Fireball and Tuaca for $4.

Rum Bullions Island Bar offers popcorn and chips and salsa for free, drink specials and draft beers for $4 and shots of Jack Tennessee Fire for $3.

The doors open at 2:30 p.m. in Rum Bullions and Aura. Reserve seating is available in Aura.

Drinx, Silver Baron Lounge and the Comedy Bar offer Sauza margaritas and mai tais for $5, Jack Daniels Cinnamon Fire shots for $3 and Bud Light and Coors Light bottles for $4.

Details: 775-325-7401.


A Super Sunday viewing party starts at 2 p.m. The event includes big screen televisions, raffle prizes and food and drink specials.

Details: 775-831-0660.

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