Best ways to watch the Eagles play in Super Bowl LVII without a ticket
Here are a few places where to watch Sunday’s Super Bowl matchup
The Super Bowl is here, and if you haven’t found a place to watch the Philadelphia Eagles take on the Kansas City Chiefs for the Lombardi Trophy, we might have a few last-minute ideas for you.
Everyone would love to watch the game live at State Farm Stadium, but the ticket prices for that kind of event these days are pricey. You’re in luck. We have contingency plans. Let’s get to it. Here are a couple of places you can hang out for the Super Bowl.
Watch the Super Bowl at home.
Not everyone likes to hang out in big crowds, and there are ways to jazz up the viewing experience at your residence.
It’s never a bad idea to invite a couple of friends over and watch the game indoors. Patio parties are also a great idea, that is if the weather isn’t causing an issue with the latter plan.
Go to a viewing party to watch Super Bowl LVII!
If a group vibe is more your thing, then go to a viewing party where you can experience all the emotions of the game together.
Philadelphia has quite a few viewing parties for the big game. Here are some of the best destinations:
Sports & Social Philly inside Live! Casino & Hotel Philadelphia. At their bar, they will have a 52-foot screen with the game on and 24 additional TVs for viewing.
Chickies and Pete’s. Enjoy the game at one of the legendary sports bars in Philadelphia. They are offering all-you-can-eat packages from 6 p.m. EST until the end of the Super Bowl.
For you Jersey folk, here is one for you:
Villari’s Lakeside in Sicklerville. They will have all you can eat buffet, hand out prizes, and will also be doing giveaways.
Want to see more viewing parties in the Philly area, they are listed here on CBS Philadelphia’s website.
Go to a family entertainment center.
Maybe a more family-friendly place is more of your style. After all, it’s hard to watch the Super Bowl in peace with hundreds of people around. When watching at home and kids are involved, one must prepare for them losing interest or getting bored easily. Here’s a solution. Take the entire tribe to a family entertainment center where the kids can go to the arcade and adults can sit by the food area and watch the game on a big screen television.
Many of those places have bowling too, so if the game isn’t going your way, knock the stress out by striking the pins down.
For the Philly locals with families, the Craft Hall has an indoor playground. Classic Nintendo games and skeeball that will entertain the kids for hours. The restaurant will also have a LED video wall for the Super Bowl.
Go to a local bar.
The last place on the list is definitely a favorite for sports fans because nothing is better than being in good company and having some nice alcoholic beverages to wash down the action of the big game.
So wherever you watch the Super Bowl today, have a safe but good time rooting for the Eagles.