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How To Throw A Great Super Bowl Party


We are getting ready for the biggest sporting event of the year this weekend, The Super Bowl. Super Bowl LII kicks off with the New England Patriots going against the Philadelphia Eagles. With all the excitement, you’ll want to make sure you go all out for your friends and family to watch the big game! Today’s blog post is all about helping you host the best party on the block!


It’s crucial to make sure you have enough sitting room for all your guests. No one wants to be crammed into a small room and be uncomfortable. Make sure you have extra chairs set up for your guests, along with spare ones just in case you have unexpected party-goers show up. You can throw some big pillows and blankets on the floor so guest can be more comfortable. One of the biggest essentials of the night is making sure the TV and surround sound is all set up before the game just in case of tech issues! You won’t want to miss any of the action, or commercials!


Before the game kicks off, get your guests involved and play some games. It’s an easy and fun way to bring out everyone’s competitive side, and all games don’t have to include gambling. You can play Super Bowl Commercial Bingo, the Prediction Game, and if you are in the gambling mood, the classic game of Squares is always a good time! We have linked all printable game sheets for your convenience!



If you’re hosting a party, your standard chips and dip aren’t going to last the entire night, and you’ll leave your guests hungry and hangry, especially if their team is losing! You want to make sure you have a variety of hot and cold foods along with an assortment of refreshments, alcoholic and non-alcoholic. You cannot forget your guests who have a sweet tooth, so make sure you have a variety of desserts! Here are some simple food recipes that are sure to cover all your guests taste bud needs!



How are you spending Super Bowl Sunday? Are you getting together with friends for a house party? Laying low and watching the big game with family? No matter who you’re cheering for, we hope you have a safe gameday!




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