• For the fifth year in a row, the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center will host its free-to-the-public Big Game Bash. Fans looking to upgrade can reserve tables for a $60 food and drink minimum and 20-person Man Caves for a $4,000-$5,000 food and drink minimum. Nearby, the D will also throw a free party in its ballroom, with unlimited food and drink packages available for $175 and 15-person Man Caves for a $3,000 food and drink minimum (up to 10 more people can be added for $200 per person). 11 a.m., dlvec.com/event/biggest-big-game-bash-2020.

• Ellis Island’s brand new Front Yard patio space will sell by-the-table packages (prices average $200-$250), with an all-you-can-eat buffet and unlimited drinks through the end of the third quarter. Doors at 2:30 p.m., bit.ly/3aDrUeG.

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• Wynn’s swank Encore Players Lounge will put you on plush sofas in proximity to private gaming tables and an all-you-can-eat menu of football favorites for $185 (drinks not included). Call 702-770-3463 for reservations and more details.

• The House of Blues will open at 2 p.m., with all-you-can-eat (and drink) options available in the Music Hall, Restaurant & Bar and Foundation Room starting at $60 for a buffet loaded with pulled pork, mac and cheese and $150 with unlimited well drinks, domestic beer and house wine and running up to $2,500 for up to 18 guests in a private space. houseofblues.com/lasvegas.

• The HyperX Esports Arena inside the Luxor will host a $50 party that will include a game-day buffet with rib tips, pretzel bites, pulled pork sliders and more and a view of the venue’s 50-foot LED screen. VIP upgrades are also available. 2 p.m., bit.ly/2tSmNH4.

OYO Hotel & Casino will offer food and drink packages beginning at $119 for a buffet featuring hot dogs, brats, nachos, deli sandwiches and Hooters wings, plus unlimited domestic drafts. Upgrades include craft and imported beers and well drinks ($35) and premium liquor ($55). 2 p.m., oyolasvegas.com.

• The Pearl Concert Theater inside the Palms will open for Super Bowl Sunday, with three pricing tiers available: $25 balcony seating (which includes two drink tickets), $70 mezzanine seating (which includes two drink tickets and unlimited food) and $125 premium mezzanine seating (which includes unlimited food and drinks). Doors at 2 p.m., palms.com/biggame.

• From kickoff until 8 p.m., PT’s Taverns across the Valley will serve up $1 Bud Lights and Michelob Ultras in 12-ounce souvenir cups, plus $1 hot classic dogs and $3 chili cheese dogs. Also on Super Bowl Sunday, PT’s will feature Big Game boxes of tacos, wings, nachos and more, for dine-in or takeout. pteglv.com/promotions/big-game-sunday.

Sapphire gentleman’s club will begin its festivities with an outdoor tailgate party at noon, leading up to the game, for which sports personality Mia Khalifa will serve as host. The venue will offer three packages: GA ($75, which includes the tailgate buffet), VIP ($125, which includes reserved seating and the tailgate buffet) and Open Bar ($199, which includes reserved seating, the tailgate buffet and unlimited drinks). sapphirelasvegas.com.

• The South Point will offer free gatherings in five locations on property: the Exhibit Hall, Grand Ballroom, Grandview Lounge, Showroom and Sports Book. All are free—open on a first-come, first-serve basis—with game-day food and drink specials including chicken wings, hot dogs, $25 buckets of Budweiser and Bud Light and $5 cocktails available in the Exhibit Hall, Grand Ballroom and Showroom, along with on-site wagering stations. Doors at 10 a.m., southpointcasino.com.

• The Westgate Las Vegas, home to the SuperBook, the world’s largest sports book, will spread the celebration all over its property, with free parties—complete with big screens and food and drink specials—also set for the International Theater and the Westgate Cabaret. Doors at noon, 800-732-7117.