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Place Your Bets and Watch the Big Game in Las Vegas

Posted by Cirrus Aviation on Jan 14, 2019 2:08:00 PM
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The biggest game of the NFL season takes place on February 3 in Atlanta, Georgia. If you don't have a ticket to watch the championship showdown in the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, your best alternative is booking a private jet charter flight to Las Vegas. Not only can you place a bet on the game, but you can also choose from an incredible lineup of viewing parties.  

Cabo Wabo Cantina
In addition to Strip-side views from the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood, Cabo Wabo has an all-you-can-eat and drink tailgate buffet. Make return trips to the build-your-own-taco station while sipping on beer, wine and cocktails, including the restaurant's famous margaritas.

Umami Burger, Beer Garden & Sports Book
The name says it all. This sports bar on the north end of the Strip at the SLS has incredible burgers, a spacious outdoor beer garden and a William Hill betting window to place any last-minute wagers. VIP couches begin at $1,250.

Lagasse's Stadium
The Palazzo's signature sports bar is all about size, from the indulgent cuisine of Emeril Lagasse to the stadium seating that faces a massive 16-foot-long video screen. A betting window is by the front door, saving you a trip to the Palazzo casino and sports book.

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The Book
The MGM Grand's sports bar is a dream come true for fans. There's plenty of TVs and tables, as well as historic sports memorabilia decorating the walls. So place a bet at the nearby MGM Grand sports book, grab a seat and order a one-liter mug of draft beer.

Tap
The MGM Grand's sports bar is a dream come true for fans. There's plenty of TVs and tables, as well as historic sports memorabilia decorating the walls. So place a bet at the nearby MGM Grand sports book, grab a seat and order a one-liter mug of draft beer.

Charlie's Bar + Grill
With the Wynn's recently renovated sports book in clear sight, it's hard to go wrong with Charlie's. The menu is full of big surprises, from zucchini fries to a chocolate macaroon and donut shake. Best of all, almost any seat is perfect for watching the game on the sports book's massive eye-popping video wall.

Chateau
The Paris nightclub is going all-out for the big game. Viewing packages begin at $100 and include guaranteed seating, buffet and an incredible rooftop view of the Bellagio fountains across the street.

Crazy Horse III
What could be better than watching football at a strip club? Crazy Horse III is hosting its own "Lingerie Bowl" for the occasion. Guests will be surrounded by high-def televisions as well as plenty of eye candy serving Bud Light buckets throughout the afternoon.

Need more suggestions for catching the football action in Las Vegas on February 3? VegasGiant (702-476-0001) is your guide to the best parties, events and experiences around town. Make plans and book a private jet charter flight with Cirrus Aviation (702-472-9714) to take advantage of the energy and excitement in Sin City during the biggest sporting event of the year.

By Rob Kachelriess

 

 

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