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Nothing Beats Watching the Super Bowl at Home

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When it comes to watching the Super Bowl, you have a handful of options.

You can shell out thousands of dollars to travel to the site of the game and buy a ticket. For most of us that is not really an option and even if it is, it is not a great option. Super Bowl crowds are notoriously crappy live crowds as they are mostly full of people that are not actually football fans.

You can go to a bar and watch there. This involves getting to the bar very early to get a halfway decent spot and spending a pretty large amount of money keeping food and drink coming for the next four to six hours.

You can go to a Super Bowl party at a friend’s home. This can be fun depending on the quality of your friend’s hosting abilities, but ultimately these parties tend to distract from watching the actual game.

Alternatively, you can host your own party, but that is even more likely to cut into your ability to enjoy watching the game being played.

Finally, the best way to watch the Super Bowl is to watch from home in your own comfortable chair, with your own favorite foods, and favorite drinks, with as few people as you want standing in front of the TV.

Poll

Where do you prefer to watch the Super Bowl?

This poll is closed

  • 3%
    at the game
    (6 votes)
  • 3%
    at a bar
    (6 votes)
  • 22%
    at a party
    (38 votes)
  • 12%
    at my own party
    (22 votes)
  • 58%
    at home
    (100 votes)
172 votes total Vote Now