Central Strip Las Vegas Football Guide

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For this guide, the Center Las Vegas Strip will include casinos Mirage, Cosmopolitan and Harrah’s, as well as Planet Hollywood. A lot of these properties are owned by Caesars Entertainment, which have both good and bad football feedback; Caesars Palace would be one of the great place, as it has 279 seats and 93 TV’s, most of which are personal TV’s at each seat.

Two of the MGM properties along the center strip are great for football. Bellagio has 200 seats, while the Mirage has 269 seats, making them a comfortable place to bet at. Anyone wishing to bet and watch the live games will certainly benefit from this. On the other hand, Caesars Entertainment goers will have a harder time finding a seat or even having a good sports betting experience within some of their properties.

Sports bettors at the Cosmopolitan will be comfortable, but confined to a limited space. The Cosmopolitan does not have as many seats as other Las Vegas properties, but it makes up for it in quality. You may end up standing around the TV’s as you watch the football games.

Central Football Guide

Casino Football Overall Grade Year Opened Seats TV’s
Bally’s C+ 1973 256 161
Bellagio B 1998 200 150
Caesars Palace A+ 1966 279 93
Cosmopolitan B 2010 43 24
Flamingo C+ 1946 102 83
Harrah’s C 1973 45 40
Mirage B+ 1989 269 128
Paris C+ 1999 265 232
Planet Hollywood A- 2000 201 58
Quad D+ 1979 290 10

Central Las Vegas Casino Information

Bally’s

Bally’s offers an average football experience. There are 256 seats available here. There is a fair amount of TV’s that can be used as you watch the games. They may have good quantity, but lack more quality. They do offer some good betting lines for football. They have two types of seating, regular seating at their sportsbook, as well as VIP seating during football special events.

Bellagio

Bellagio does offer an impressive football experience. Bettors can place all their bets and comfortably sit at any of the 200 seats and watch from their 150 TV’s. It is quite new as it was opened in 1998. For good football odds and lines you can take a look here and enjoy all of the other amenities and comps that are offered.

Caesars Palace

Caesars Palace has a top notch reputation. They may not have too many TV’s to watch football from, but it is of great quality. Simply take a look at their setup for football. They have private booths to watch football games at, which totals 63 TV’s. There are several big screen TV’s that you can watch from. There are different seating options including, general seating, private booths, and VIP tables with personal monitors. It is a great overall experience.

Cosmopolitan

Cosmopolitan is still quite new, as it opened in 2010 and still doesn’t have a reputation. Bettors can take their pick of the 43 seats and 24 TV’s.

Flamingo

Flamingo football bettors will have an enjoyable time. There are 102 seats and 83 TV’s to pick from. It is the oldest on the strip, opening in 1946. Bettors looking for a good experience, sacrificing some comfort, they should definitely go visit Flamingo. Serious bettors may want to go somewhere else, as it is more for tourists.

Harrah’s

Harrah’s is considered below average. Bettors may not be able to find a seat as they only have 45 seats to pick from. They have enough TV’s compared to seats, but the overall space is not as big. The overall football experience is dull, and won’t be a good fit for most.

Quad

The worst football Las Vegas has to offer is awarded to the Quad. It only has 10 TV’s for its whopping 290 seats to watch football from. It also has been known to not be comfortable. Bettors that do find a seat, or are standing may be blocked by passing people.

Mirage

Mirage does a nice job of offering a great experience for their visitors. For the football games, there is enough room for many at one time. Bettors will have a good time watching and betting from the 269 seats and 128 TV’s throughout the floor. Bettors will have direct line of sight, with little to no hindrances. They show their good side with the football games, which is what makes them one of the best on the Center Strip.

Paris

Paris is a well-respected casino but lacks when it comes to football. They are above average compared with others on the Las Vegas Strip; however, Paris is not sports centered place. They have a high number of seats with 265 to go along with their 232 TV’s. This does not mean that they are high quality, and from the overall experience they are good, just not great. The football games and bets of their level or higher can be found elsewhere.

Planet Hollywood

Unlike Paris, Planet Hollywood actually does a good job when it comes to football, as it offers a comfortable area for the bettors. Although it has few TV’s, they have it set up so that everything can be viewed from every seat.

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