Atlantic City Casinos Announce Super Bowl 2023 Viewing Plans

Written By Hill Kerby on February 2, 2023 - Last Updated on February 9, 2023
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This year’s Super Bowl is just the second in Atlantic City’s rich gambling history in which every casino in town has a sportsbook for fans to watch and bet on the game. 

With that comes fun, and lots of it.

Whether you prefer to be on the Boardwalk or in the Marina District, we’ve got a list of parties and other events taking place on Super Bowl Sunday.

The matchup is set for Super Bowl LVII between the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs. Kickoff is at 6:30 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 12

Keep reading to see the highlights of what’s going on at each Atlantic City casino for this year’s Super Bowl. For more details, visit the casino websites or call the sportsbooks directly.

Bally’s Atlantic City Hotel and Casino

Bally’s is home to the FanDuel Sportsbook, with a 25-foot-wide LED video wall, two 10-foot video walls on either side and 10 more TVs throughout the room. 

The sportsbook has five betting windows and 10 kiosks for all your wagers, including the wide range of fun prop bets available for the Super Bowl.

Bally’s Big Game viewing party at The Yard is another option, with $60 getting you a guaranteed seat, tailgate buffet and open bar from halftime through the end of the third quarter.

Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa

The BetMGM Sportsbook & Bar will be popping for the Big Game, with advance reservations recommended. Watch the game on a LED video wall, enjoy drinks like Tailgate Punch, and fill up on the Holy Sheet party favorite. 

Premier Nightclub will be offering a full buffet for $80 per person. The party starts at 5 p.m. and will feature music, entertainment, drink specials and a buffet-style meal exclusively prepared by Borgata Executive Chef Deborah Pellegrino. A betting window will also be available inside the party. This is a standing room only event. 

Other viewing areas include B Bar, Lobby Bar and Long Bar.

Caesars Atlantic City

The Caesars Sportsbook at the Caesars Atlantic City (located in the Wild Wild West Casino) is the largest of the nine casinos, with over 15,200 square feet of real estate.

This year, it is hosting a Super Bowl party loaded with Fan Caves, VIP areas, a self-serve beer wall and more specials on drinks and food. A DJ will provide halftime and post-game entertainment.

In order to attend, you must purchase tickets, which can be purchased via the Caesars AC website.

Golden Nugget Atlantic City

Golden Nugget AC is offering a few Super Bowl viewing options. The Sportsbook will be open for watching the Big Game and betting. The space features more than 50 TVs, five video walls and betting kiosks. Food and drinks will be available for purchase.

Grotto Italian Ristorante will be offering a special bar menu while guest enjoy the game. Rush Lounge, located footsteps from the casino floor,  is the other place where fans can cheer on the Eagles and Chiefs.

Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City

The Hard Rock Sportsbook is one of several sites to watch Super Bowl LVIII, with over 40 TVs to catch the game.

If you’re with a larger group, head to the Hard Rock Cafe and take part in a special tailgate menu, loaded with eight fan favorites like nachos, wings, sliders, tenders and even ribs. Each platter feeds between two and four people, and guests can enjoy two for $25, three for $35 or four for $45.

Hard Rock Cafe has you covered on drinks, too, with bottled beers at five for $25 or 25 for $100.

Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City

What says Harrah’s Resort more than The Pool After Dark?

Super Bowl Swimfest gets underway at 3 p.m with the Cowboy Boots and Swimsuits Country Tailgate Party, featuring multi-platinum country artist Chris Janson and DJ entertainment at halftime.

General admission tickets are $40 and include food, with VIP packages available. All attendees who arrive before 4 p.m. receive a free well drink.

Also, if it wasn’t obvious, dress appropriately. All attendees have access to the pool, and it’s always 82 degrees at The Pool, regardless of the AC weather.

Ocean Casino Resort

Ocean Casino Resort may have the most viewing options in the city on game day, including the sportsbook, several bars and TopGolf Swing Suite

Enjoy Super Bowl-themed cocktails at The Gallery, Bar, Book & Games, which opened last summer, and Nola’s Bar & Lounge, and beer bucket and wing specials at Villain & Saint. The Gallery will also have a $10,000 sweepstakes event during the game.

Ocean’s Big Game Hotel Package is back, too. Guests who take advantage of this offer get a contemporary king room, $30 food and beverage credit and an Ocean swag bag.

Resorts Casino Hotel

Over 50 big-screen TVs will feature the Super Bowl throughout Resorts Casino Hotel. Still, the DraftKings Sportsbook is the largest attraction, with a 15-foot video wall and ample betting kiosks and windows.

Drink specials inside the sportsbook include $8 Jack Daniel’s Fire shots and $10 domestic draft pitchers.

Other bars onsite offering specials include:

  • Margaritaville and Landshark Bar & Grill: $20 buckets of bottled beer and $3 off all appetizers
  • XO Bar at Bar One: Enjoy a more relaxed viewing experience on the casino floor. Specials include several Valentine-inspired cocktails and the same specials as the sportsbook.
  • Dougherty’s Raw Bar: The spot to pregame, with $1 raw clams, $1.25 shucked oysters and discounted appetizers, and multiple drink specials from 4-6 p.m.

Tropicana Atlantic City

Tropicana Atlantic City is hosting several events for Super Bowl Sunday. One of those is at its Caesars Sportsbook, with perimeter and premium seating available for purchase in advance (via the Tropicana AC website).

Outside the sportsbook, check out Gin Rickey’s Live Music Bar Post-Up for $39 bottomless food service, more than 12 premium beers for $2 apiece and halftime giveaways and prizes.

A’Dam Good Sports Bar and Hooters will be throwing parties, too. Their wing specials come in at $86.99 and $72.99 for 50 traditional or boneless wings plus one pound of steamed or buffalo shrimp.

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