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Here are most of the Super Bowl 50 parties happening around Las Vegas

If you’re one of those people who believes the day after the Super Bowl should be designated a national holiday, you might be interested in attending one of the bevy of bashes taking place in Las Vegas on Super Sunday.

Open bars, gourmet buffets and, of course, betting and big screens abound. Some parties are a bit pricey, but you can always recoup the cost of admission by betting that Peyton Manning will score a touchdown (12-1) and there will be a safety (5½-1) and overtime (5½-1).

Here’s a sampling of the Super Bowl 50 parties in Las Vegas (in alphabetical order):

1. Where: Aliante, Access Showroom

Price: Free. Food and drink specials. Hosted by KWNR-FM (95.5), $2 Budweiser products, $5 Ketel One Vodka cocktails, $9.55 buckets of beer, $95.50 Ketel One bottle service, raffle prizes.

2. Where: Bellagio, Hyde Bellagio

Price: $150, open bar, hosted by Bikini Brigade LA.

3. Where: Brooklyn Bowl

Price: Packages start at $75, all you can eat and drink.

4. Where: Caesars Palace

Forum Shops, Carmine’s

Price: $85, all you can eat; $150, all you can eat and drink.

Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill

Price: $200, all you can eat and drink.

5. Where: Crazy Horse III gentlemen’s club

Price: $79, limo transportation, plate of barbecue food, beer bucket or three cocktails, halftime pizza, raffle ticket; $229, VIP package, all you can eat and drink.

6. Where: The Cosmopolitan, Marquee

Price: $65, open bar only or buffet only; $125, open bar and buffet.

7. Where: Downtown Las Vegas Events Center, The D

Price: Free. Food and drink specials in 20,000-square-foot tent; VIP packages at The D: plush seating, all you can eat and drink.

8. Where: Hard Rock Cafe (on the Strip)

Price: $175, five-hour premium open bar.

9. Where: Hard Rock Hotel, Vinyl

Price: $195, all you can eat and drink.

10. Where: The Linq, Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar

Price, $150, all you can eat and drink.

11. Where: Mandalay Bay

Hussong’s Cantina

Price: $100, all you can eat, giveaways, raffle prizes.

Slice of Vegas

Price: $100, all you can eat and drink.

12. Where: MGM Grand, CRUSH

Price: $85, all you can eat tray-passed dishes; $30 buckets of beer

13. Where: Monte Carlo, Double Barrel Roadhouse

Price: $75, open bar; $100, table package, food and beverage credit.

14. Where: New York-New York, Tom’s Urban

Price: $150, all you can eat and drink.

15. Where: The Palms, Hooters

Price: $50, five cocktails.

16. Where: Paris Las Vegas

Beer Park

Price: $175, all you can eat and drink.

Napoleon’s Lounge

Price: $100, all you can eat and drink; drink specials, including $25 buckets of five beers.

17. Where: Planet Hollywood

Cabo Wabo Cantina

Price: $200, all you can eat and drink

PBR Rock Bar & Grill

Price: $175, open bar, $25 food credit, raffle prizes.

Pampas Brazilian Grille

Price: $50, all you can eat and drink.

18. Where: The Plaza

Price: $100, all you can eat and drink.

19. Where: Rampart-JW Marriott

Price: $59 ($49 with Resort Rewards Card), all you can eat and drink, T-shirt.

20. Where: Silverton, Veil Pavilion

Price: $59, all you can eat, two drink tickets.

21. Where: SLS Las Vegas

Umami Burger, Beer Garden & Sports Book

Price: $75, open bar; $100, table package, open bar, food credit.

The Sayers Club

Price: $60, open bar; $1,000, VIP package, table seating, beverages, food from 800 Degrees Neapolitan Pizzeria

22. Where: South Point

Price: Free. Food and drink specials. $20 buckets of six Budweisers, $5 Coronas, $4 cans of Budweiser and $5 Crown Royal and Don Julio cocktails; $5 sub sandwiches, Italian sausage hoagies and chicken fingers; $4 slices of pizza and nachos; and $1 hot dogs.

23. Where: The Venetian/The Palazzo

Lagasse’s Stadium

Price: Free. Food and drink specials. $15 pitchers, $25 buckets of Bud Light. Tomahawk bone-in 32 oz. ribeye with mashed potatoes, $82 ($92 with grilled shrimp); chilled Alaskan king crab legs, $65 per pound; seared Maine sea scallops, $44.

Public House

Price: Free. Food and drink specials. Gourmet Pigskin Platter, $22 ($30 with two draft beers): two stuffed potato skins; six chicken wings; chips and dip.

Buddy V’s Ristorante

Price: $39, all you can eat Grandma’s meatballs, Hoboken Italian subs, Buffalo wings, sausage and peppers pizza, mini cannolis, Italian cookies. $20 bucket of six beers.

B&B Burger and Beer

Price: $150, all you can eat and drink.

Tao

Price: $75, open bar from 2 to 5 p.m.; $135, open bar from 2 to 5 p.m., Asian Emperors buffet.

Lavo

Price: $85, open bar from 2 to 5 p.m.; $170, open bar from 2 to 5 p.m., gourmet Italian buffet.

Rockhouse

Price: $200, open bar, $25 food credit, raffle prizes.

24. Where: Westgate Las Vegas

Paradise Event Center

Price: $99, all you can eat and drink.

Westgate Theater

Price: Free. Food and drink specials.

25. Where: Wynn, La Cave

Price: $85, all you can eat tray-passed dishes; $45 buckets of craft beer.

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Where: Gold Coast

Price: Free. Food and drink specials in Arizona Ballroom, Nevada Ballroom and Red Zone. Free autographed photo from Pittsburgh Steelers great Rocky Bleier, 9 to 11 a.m.

Where: The Orleans

Price: Free. Food and drink specials in Bourbon Street Lounge, Brendan’s Irish Pub and second-floor conference center. Free autographed photo from Pittsburgh Steelers great Rocky Bleier, noon to 2 p.m.

Where: TI

Kahunaville

Price: $50, all you can eat.

Gilley’s

Price: $175, all you can eat and drink.

Senor Frog’s

Price: $120, all you can eat and drink.

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