PA Sports Betting: Sampling Super Bowl Specials at State Casinos

PA Sports Betting: Sampling Super Bowl Specials at State Casinos
By Lou Monaco

With only a few days left until Super Bowl Sunday, folks interested in Pennsylvania sports betting and watching the Super Bowl have many options.

PennStakes.com is your one-stop shopping site for the most updated Pennsylvania sports betting promo codes.

Let’s take a look at events surrounding football’s “Big Game” at casinos in the Keystone State. Here is a Sunday sampling:


Harrah’s Philadelphia (Chester)

Super Bowl party from 5-10 p.m. at Caesars Sportsbook. Tickets are $50. Menu includes soft pretzels, build your own cheesesteaks, nacho bar, chicken tenders and assorted snacks and desserts. All drinks are available for purchase at the sportsbook bar.

Hollywood Casino at the Meadows (Washington)

Watch party ($45 per person) will be held in the H Lounge. It includes tailgate buffet and two complimentary draft beer or house wine drink tickets. Raffle for Bud Light merchandise, autographed helmet and cornhole set. $3 Bud Light, Budweiser and NEXT beer throughout the property.


Live! Philadelphia

Just four days after the facility's first anniversary celebration, guests can watch on a 52-foot LED display and participate in interactive experiences, including trivia, wing eating contests, giveaways, games and more.

Throughout the day, visitors can enjoy $5 dishes and $6 cocktails. The first 50 people who arrive pregame (starting at 4 p.m.), receive a free NFL hat or scarf courtesy of Bud Light.

Table, VIP booth and tailgate packages are available for booking at SportsSocialPhilly.com or OpenTable.com. Tailgate packages include nachos, wings, sliders, beer buckets, beer towers and select game day inspired cocktails.


Mount Airy Casino Resort (Mount Pocono)

The casino will have The Big Game Box Score – place bets between 2-6 p.m. Sunday and choose a square. There will be drawings during the game. Here is what you can win:

Quarterly prizes:

  • 2 winners each quarter
  • First quarter: $25 food voucher
  • Second quarter: $50 free slot play
  • Third quarter: tickets to a 2022 headliner show
  • Fourth quarter: complimentary one-night stay

    Cash prizes:

    • First quarter: $100
    • Second quarter: $200
    • Third quarter: $300
    • Fourth quarter: $400

    Place a $10 or above wager at the self-serve kiosks or live teller and bring the voucher to the Player’s Club Desk to choose your square and be entered into the quarterly prize drawings. Once all 100 boxes are chosen (or by 6 p.m.), a Player’s Club representative will draw 0-9 for each team and mark accordingly on the board. Prizes will be drawn and cash prizes will be paid out at the end of each quarter.

    Food and drink specials are also available for purchase throughout the property.


    Rivers Casino Philadelphia

    With a bet of $200 or greater on a Big Game prop bet, live bet or parlay bet, guests will receive one free item of their choosing from the Game Day Favorites Concession Stand in the sportsbook.

    Jack’s Bar and Grill: Touchdown menu featuring wings, Jack’s burger sliders, grilled shrimp tacos, Philly cheesesteak fries and more, each for just $7. Miller Lite 16 oz. cans are $2.50.

    Rivers Casino Pittsburgh

    On Pittsburgh’s North Shore, Rivers Casino Pittsburgh has a five-day weekend of music, MMA viewing (Saturday) and the Big Game (Sunday).

    Bet Rivers Sportsbook kiosks are open 24/7 and writer windows are open during select times.

    The Big Game on the North Shore starts at 5 p.m. ET at the sportsbook. Your ticket includes a reserved seat for the day and all-you-can-eat food through halftime. Book your exclusive spot today at www.riverscasino.com/pittsburgh.

    From 5 p.m. through the end of the game, the second-floor ballroom will be available for walk-in viewers, no reservation needed. Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis. There will be game day food/beverage offerings for purchase.

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Lou Monaco had been East Coast Scene columnist for Gaming Today in Las Vegas since June 2019, covering the East Coast sportsbook scene with emphasis on NJ and PA. He also currently is a part-time writer for the high school sports department for NJ Advanced Media (NJ.com) in Iselin, NJ. Lou has over 30 years sports experience with previous stints at ESPN SportsTicker, Daily Racing Form and Oddschecker.

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