Super Bowl Specials at Some PA Casinos

Super Bowl Specials at Some PA Casinos
Fact Checked by Pat McLoone

Eagles Mania has pervaded the Keystone State and the Delaware Valley big time.

If you are interested in Pennsylvania sportsbooks and still haven’t figured out what you are going to do for Sunday’s Super Bowl between the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs, here is a sampling of what Pennsylvania’s top casinos are planning.

Of course, you can get in on the action with Pennsylvania sports betting apps, but these casinos afford an all-around experience in addition to available wagering.

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Hollywood Casino at Penn National

During the hours of operation (now through Sunday) at Barstool PA Sportsbookmychoice Loyalty Rewards Program members can draw tickets for every qualified rated wager over $50. Prize drawings happen at halftime on Sunday with 10 winners being randomly selected to win $250.

Tomorrow and Sunday, stop by a marketing kiosk and pick who you think will win the big game - mychoice members will receive $10 Free Slot Play at the time of the pick and $10 Free Slot Play for a correct pick that can be claimed at the kiosk the following Tuesday.

Food & beverage specials will include The Andy Reid for $16 with two choices:

  • Philly Style: Angus burger topped with cheesesteak meat, peppers, onions, and cheese sauce on a brioche roll. Served with chips and a pickle.
  • KC Style: Angus burger topped with shaved brisket, cheddar cheese, KC BBQ sauce and sautĂ©ed onions on a brioche roll. Also served with chips and a pickle.

Sunday specials also will include 57-cent wings (dine-in only) and Philly Philly, a $15 cheesesteak sandwich with chips and a pickle served with a Yard’s brawler.

Green beer also will be available at Barstool Sportsbook for Eagles fans.

Live! Casino Philadelphia

Located a block away from the home of the Eagles, Lincoln Financial Field, Live! Casino Philadelphia has more than 200 screens, featuring a giant, 52-foot LED display, a FanDuel Pennsylvania Sportsbook and Lounge and Sports & Social Philly.

Additional viewing also can be found at Center Bar and the R Bar.

Live! also will be “bleeding green” from the building’s interior and exterior, proudly lit up in the Eagles colors. The property will be tuned into live-stream and audio play-by-play coverage of the game, giving fans the chance to chime in whenever the Eagles score as the team's fight song plays. That, of course, is “Fly Eagles Fly!”

Mohegan Pennsylvania

The game will be broadcast throughout all their bars and restaurants, as well as showcasing the game on two massive screens located on the gaming floor. Additionally, every screen in table pit areas will have the game airing for guests.

Rivers Casino Philadelphia

Check out the Big Game Watch Party from 6-10 p.m. It offers a $40 all-you-can-eat buffet featuring hoagies, wings, nachos and more. Beverage specials ($2 Miller Lite drafts, $20 Miller Lite towers), plus free swag. Additional tables are also available at Jack's Bar + Grill.

As of Thursday afternoon, however, all of the seats have been sold out. Check back as additional seating might be released. Tickets would be $50 per person if there is remaining inventory.

Valley Forge Casino Resort

Valley Forge will be playing the game throughout the property and welcomes patrons to join them at Valley Tavern (the casino’s sports bar and tavern onsite) to enjoy food and drink while watching the game.

The casino also will be giving away some FanDuel swag and Eagles T-shirts on the casino floor on Sunday.

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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 ( 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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