Tickets to SuperBowl Parties
We've put a list of SuperBowl Parties together so you can enjoy this year's event. Every year in late January / early February the big event is here: Super Bowl.
If you don't want to attend these big organized super bowl parties, but rather organize your own super bowl party, why don't just plan your own?! We found a wonderful source with fantastic ideas: The Last Hurrah: the Ultimate Super Bowl Party Planner. This Super Bowl Party Planner covers the following (as per the book description):
Here's a sneak preview of The Last Hurrah's Super Bowl Party Planner:
Excerpt of the Product Description:"Hosting a Super Bowl Party, If so, offer your football fans plenty of good food to munch on while cheering for their favorite team. Place every seat in the house in front of your biggest T.V., then kick back and take part in one of America's greatest pastimes---football and enjoy the Big Game!"... "Tired of the usual Super Bowl fare — chips and popcorn, sodas and subs? Want to snack on tasty treats as good as the game? We hear you.
The Cookbook for Tailgating Recipes... Mix or match from the tasty choices below and you're sure to score winning cheers from a ravenous crowd of avid football fans! Whether you're a football fanatic or the Super Bowl is the one and only sporting event you watch all year, Super Bowl Sunday is a national event and a good excuse to get together with friends and have a good time.
Super Bowl parties mean hours of snacking and nibbling on chips, pretzels, tortilla chips, crackers, cheese and veggies, usually accompanied by salsa, dips, and spreads. Great super bowl parties also include appetizers like nachos, wings, shrimp and other finger foods, plus a half-time buffet and yummy desserts.
Whether you're having a Super Bowl party at your house, attending someone else's party, or just watching the game at home with your family --- Have Fun - Enjoy the Super Bowl - and Happy Snacking!!!
Step 1 - Decorate the house in the colors of the team you're rooting for. If one of the teams playing is "your" team, put on all your paraphernalia.
Step 2 - Invest in a few foam "bad-call bricks" to throw at the TV so your guests can express their feelings about the refs without doing damage to your house.
Step 3 - If you're going to have guests who are rooting for different teams, establish an imaginary line (or for fun, "draw" one with masking tape) down the center of the room. Decorate each side in one team's colors.
Step 4 - Order a "Super Bowl Party in a Box" that includes plates, napkins, cups and a football snack bowl.
Step 5 - Pick up veggie, cheese and cold cut plates and a six-foot long sandwich or two from a deli and have all the food laid out on a table within sight of the TV. Don't make your guests choose between eating and watching the game.
Step 6 - Buy several six-packs of beer. Keep the beer in a cooler close by so you don't have to run to the fridge when it's third and inches. Restock the cooler at halftime.
Step 7 - Have everyone write down who they think will win and what the final score will be before the game starts. Award a silly prize, like a big football piñata, to the person who comes the closest.
And last, but not least - HAVE FUN at one of the Superbowl Parties you attend!!
Super Bowl Party Decorations