Where To Watch The Super Bowl

Where To Watch the Super Bowl

Super Bowl XLVII is this Sunday and you’re probably looking for the best place to watch the big game.  The first question you should ask yourself when determining where to watch the Super Bowl is, are you rooting for the Ravens or the 49ers?  If you’re rooting for the Ravens, click here for a list of the bars where Ravens fans with be gathering.  If you’re pulling for the 49ers, click here.

Super Bowl 47If you don’t care who wins and just want to watch the game, your choices become a whole lot easier.  Almost every sports bar in America will be having a Super Bowl party, that is unless it’s showing the final day of the Waste Management Phoenix Open.  If you’re looking for which bars have specials during Super Bowl XLVII, check out our facebook page, because sports bars often post their upcoming deals for big events on our page, and the Super Bowl should be no different.

Otherwise, make sure to check WhereToWatch.com before deciding where to watch the Super Bowl; just choosing a random bar could be a crap shoot.  You don’t want to go out wearing your stylish Alex Smith jersey (rethinking that one now, huh?) at a bar filled with Ravens fans, do you?  Of course not. Locate where to watch the Super Bowl at the right bar for you. 

If you don’t want to leave the house, you can watch the Super Bowl on CBS this Sunday, no need for NFL Sunday Ticket or pay-per-view.  The Super Bowl airs on Sunday, February 3, 2013 at 6:30 PM on CBS from New Orleans, Louisiana. 

Click on the search bar above to find where to watch the Super Bowl.

Lu’s Locks – NFC and AFC Championship Edition

Well, we are down to the NFL’s final four. The only remaining surprise to me is the 49ers.  I had them falling to the more playoff-experienced Saints last week (and they nearly did–what a game).

I’ve been wrong on these guys before, but I have the 49ers going down again. The Giants could be the hottest team in the NFL right now (albeit, there are only four teams). They are very complete on both sides of the ball.  Assuming Eli stays healthy, this is the LOCK OF THE WEEKEND. Take the Giants -2.5.

The only other team that could be hotter than the Giants are the Patriots (I think they just scored again as I’m writing this). Also, out of all the winning teams last week, the Ravens looked the least impressive. They were lucky to have payed at home against the Texans. I think they would’ve lost to a team with just a bit more talent than Houston.

The Ravens are also having internal issues between the offense and defense. My momma told me to never bet on a team with problems inside their own locker room, and I’m not starting this week. Take the Patriots to cover 7.  That’ll do it for this week.  Good luck!

By: Luis Diz