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Where To Catch All The Football Fun In Vegas This Season

Last updated: August 7, 2019 at 1:50 pm. Posted by in Las Vegas Casinos, Las Vegas Hotels, Promotions, Things to Do in Las Vegas. Comments Off on Where To Catch All The Football Fun In Vegas This Season.

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Football is back. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Where to Watch Football – Las Vegas Sports Book 

Did anything happen this summer? There was a soccer tournament of some sort and like four baseball teams are really good. Lebron is in L.A. Tiger can swing a golf club.

For many of us, summer is just a countdown clock until football season is here. And guess what? It’s here. That means there’s great deals and fantastic ways to watch. Here are some of the best football viewing choices in Las Vegas:

Head to the iBar at The Rio, they are offering unique football deals this season.

iBar at The Rio has one of the more unique football deals going on. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.


The Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino looks to transform itself into football central as a number of bars and restaurants aim to make this hotel your weekend home during the season.

The Sports Book has deals including $30 for a reserved seat. With that, you get a $20 food voucher to the Sports Deli and one raffle ticket to a quarterly prize drawing. If your group prefers a booth, $120 will get you that, plus two food vouchers and four raffle tickets.

Adjacent to The Sports Book sits the Poker Room, but all poker tables will be moved to the main floor on football days. This room will serve as a VIP area for football fans with six additional televisions. A $100 entry fee gets you a $20 food voucher to The Sports Deli, two or more raffle tickets and a cooler with a reclining seat supplied by Miller or Coors.

Like the Poker Room, All American Bar & Grill is also transforming an area into a dedicated football watching space. The front room goes gridiron gaga with a prix fixe fooball menu, a raffle ticket and three beers per person for $40. There are also specific food deals including two cheeseburgers, cheese fries and bucket of domestic beer for $65. Chicken lovers can get 18 wings, 10 chicken fingers, two bags of fries and two buckets of beer for $75. Or go all wings with 120 wings, four bags of fries and four buckets of beer for $180.

At iBar, every time a team scores a touchdown, the first 15 customers to order get half price on Miller or Coors beer. And the upside is if you’re a Miami Dolphins fan, it doesn’t have to be your team that scores a touchdown, but any team!

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Le Bar Du Sport at Paris Las Vegas is offering a hot dog special and chips for $5.

Le Bar Du Sport where you can watch le sport du football American. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.


The following outlets will be running the same drink specials:

At Bally’s Las Vegas Hotel: the Casino Bar and Bally’s Race & Sports Book.

At Paris Las Vegas Hotel: the Le Bar Du Sport, Paris Race & Sports Book and Le Central Bar.

At Planet Hollywood Las Vegas Resort & Casino: the Extra Lounge, Ringers, Heart Bar and Blue Moon Bar.

The specials include:

  • Miller Coors aluminum bottles for $8 or buckets for $30
  • Crown Royal cocktails for $12
  • Don Juilo Blanco cocktails or margaritas for $13
  • Absolut cocktails or Bloody Marys for $12
  • 14 Hands Wine for $10
  • Absolut & Red Bull for $16

Le Bar Du Sport also offers “The Tailgater” hot dog special on Saturdays and Sundays with a hot dog and chips for $5. Meanwhile Blue Moon Bar will also offer seasonal craft beers starting at $9.

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Drinking’s just more fun at Carnaval Court.

Drinking’s just more fun at Carnaval Court.

Harrah’s Las Vegas

Harrah’s Las Vegas Hotel and Casino showcases the following football deals:

The Sports Book has drink specials including 16-ounce aluminum bottles of beer for $7, beer and a shot of Crown for $14 and a bucket of five Millers or Coors beers for $30. A VIP package is available for $100 and features a recliner seat, two $20 Fulton Street Food Hall vouchers and and NFL swag bag.

Carnaval Court will be putting in additional television screens including a big screen on the stage. They are also adding a sports betting kiosk and 30 folding chairs. VIP Tables will be available and feature a cooler of Miller or Coors plus two $20 Fulton Street food vouchers.

Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill features an all-you-can-eat appetizer menu, 16-ounce aluminum pints for $7, a beer and a shot of Crown for $14 and Millers or Coors buckets of five for $30.

Fulton Street Food Hall features the same drink specials as Toby Keith’s.

Football Player

Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

The Linq

The Book at The LINQ Hotel & Casino has gone batty with drink specials. Check them out:

  • $6 Miller Lite & Coors Light aluminums
  • $8 Shots
  • $10 you call it cocktails
  • $12 beer & a shot
  • $14 pitchers of domestic drafts
  • $25 buckets of Miller Lite & Coors Light aluminums

There’s also the Half Time Rally. At halftime of the morning and afternoon games, plus during Sunday and Monday Night Football, a wheel with 32 deals on it will be spun. Wherever it lands, that’s the deal until halftime is over. Wheel options include:

  • $3 tequila shots
  • $3 whiskey shots
  • $3 vodka shots
  • $1 vodka, tequila, or whiskey shots
  • $7 tequila shots
  • $7 whiskey shots
  • $7 vodka shots
  • $8 vodka, tequila, or whiskey shots
  • $3 Coors Light aluminums
  • $ 3 Miller Lite aluminums
  • $3 drafts
  • $1 Miller Lite aluminum, Coors Light aluminum or featured draft
  • $21 Miller Lite buckets
  • $21 Coors Light buckets
  • $8 Pitchers of Miller Lite or Coors Light draft beer


Not to be outdone, the Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel and Casino is having their own football frenzy of deals at Bird Bar and Garden Bar.

Drink specials:

  • $6 Miller Lite and Coors Light aluminums
  • $8 Shots of Crown Royal, Crown Apple and Don Julio Blanco
  • $10 You call it cocktails of Absolut, Absolut Flavors, Don Julio Blanco and Crown Royal
  • $12 beer & a shot featuring Miller Lite or Coors Light Aluminum and Crown Apple
  • $25 buckets of Miller Light and Coors Light aluminums
  • There is also the “Half Time, Half Off” promotion where these drinks drop to these prices:
  • $3 Miller Lite and Coors Light aluminums
  • $5 You call it Cocktails
  • $6 beer & a shot
  • $15 buckets of Miller Light and Coors Light aluminums

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cromwell sports book

Kick off your football season fun at The Cromwell sports book. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

The Cromwell

The Cromwell offers a number of food and drink specials. Bound Bar and Interlude offer Miller Lite and Coors Light featured pricing, spirits featured pricing, shots specials plus beer combos that include pizza, wings and nachos.

The Sport Book has seating from $40 – $350. Parties can be up to six people and guests receive a $10 food voucher from eatwell, snacks from Grubbox and a mobile tailgating menu that has wings, pizza, tacos and nachos.

Caesars Palace Las Vegas Race & Sports Book VIP Section

Caesars Palace Race & Sports Book VIP Section

Caesars Palace

The Race & Sports Book has the following packages for Sundays during football season:

  • $75 for lower level seating including three free drink tickets for beer, wine or well liquor.
  • $150 for VIP seating including all-you-can-drink wristbands for beer, wine and well liquor and access to expedited lines for sports betting.
  • On Mondays and Thursdays, VIP seating costs $25 and includes one drink ticket and access to expedited sports betting lines.

Also at Caesars Palace, the Spanish Steps will feature a season-long tailgate party that includes artificial grass, custom goal posts, inflatable helmets, football toss and other games, drink specials and barbecue.

Finally, all of these venues will feature promo models and swag giveaways. Touchdown!

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Jason is originally from the great state of New Jersey. That’s right – great! He’s lived in Las Vegas on and off for the past 20 years, which he also rates as top notch. As a pop culture fanatic, he loves concerts, great food, offbeat adventures and movies. He has written for too many publications to mention, has sold a few screenplays and is immersed in the creative world.

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