Super Bowl LVII: What to Know About Fourth Big Game in Arizona

Super Bowl LVII: What to Know About Fourth Big Game in Arizona
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The NFL is bringing its main attraction to the Valley for a fourth time, making the region the fourth-most popular Super Bowl host city.

When Kansas City and Philadelphia meet at State Farm Stadium on Feb. 12, they’ll carry the hopes of two regions and thousands of fans with them. They’ll also bring more than $720 million in economic impact to the region, according to Arizona State University’s W.P. Carey School of Business, making the Big Game a big winner for the state — and almost assuredly for Arizona sportsbooks.

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The Eagles rolled into their fourth Super Bowl by routing the New York Giants and San Francisco by a combined score of 69-14, while the Chiefs qualified for their fifth Big Game by eking out wins over Jacksonville and Cincinnati on the AFC side of the bracket.

The two conference champions will meet in Glendale at 4:30 p.m. Arizona time in a contest FOX will air nationally, bringing the attention of thousands of attendees to the Arizona sports betting apps market.

Super Bowl LVII Betting Lines, ATS Information

The early Arizona NFL betting lines on Super Bowl LVII show the Eagles as a slight favorite, though their margin for error is slim.

Oddsmakers at BetMGM Sportsbook Arizona list the Eagles at -130 and -2 (-110) to capture the franchise’s second Super Bowl.

The over/under on Super Bowl LVII at BetMGM Sportsbook Arizona is 49.5, which is up slightly from last year’s Big Game (48.5).

In the regular season, the Chiefs were 5-11-1 against the spread, while the Eagles went 8-9 ATS. The average over/under in Super Bowls has been 50.5.

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Events To Take In During Super Bowl Week

The fun and games won’t be confined to the gridiron in Glendale, though, as there are a host of events worth catching during the run-up to Super Bowl LVII.

Chief among them is the BetMGM West Fest, taking place on Feb. 11 at Westgate Entertainment District in Glendale. The festival features performances by country superstar Tim McGraw and up-and-coming musician Bailey Zimmerman and includes an outdoor beer garden and various food and drinks from local establishments.

Tickets for the BetMGM music festival can be purchased through the BetMGM Sportsbook Arizona application.

Elsewhere in the area, Talking Stick Resort in Scottsdale is hosting a number of Super Bowl LVII events, including “SI The Party,” featuring performances by The Chainsmokers and Machine Gun Kelly.

The Sports Illustrated-sponsored event also takes place on Feb. 11, with a who’s-who list of attendees, including Shaquille O’Neal, Kevin Hart, Jeff Bezos, Ciara, and Russell Wilson. More information on the Scottsdale event can be found on SI The Party’s website.

Talking Stick Resort will also host Gronk Beach presented by The Beast Unleashed on Feb. 11, with the former Patriots and Buccaneers tight end bringing the party to Scottsdale.

Rappers 21 Savage, Diplo, and Lil Jon will perform at the Gronk-sponsored event. Tickets can be purchased at the Gronk Beach website.

Both events are part of Talking Stick Resort’s Big Game Weekend, which runs from Feb. 9-12 and starts with The Kick-Off Party featuring Steve Aoki and ends with the Big Game Watch Party on Sunday.

The grand finale features appearances by former NFL players, Bo Jackson, DeAngelo Williams, and Doug Flutie and allows attendees to win cash and other prizes. Go to the Talking Stick Resort for information.

Fans of Guy Fieri’s Food Network staple “Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives” are in luck, as the self-anointed “Mayor of Flavortown” is setting up shop on the grounds of State Farm Stadium on Super Bowl Sunday.

Guy Fieri’s Flavortown Tailgate presented by Cash App Visa will run from 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., with “DDD” restaurant pop-ups, on-site bars, tailgating and music performances from acts like Diplo and LoCash. The Super Bowl Sunday event is free to the public, though VIP tables are available. With more than 10,000 people expected to attend, the Sunday tailgate could be one of the biggest draws in Glendale come Feb. 12.

“We’re takin’ you on a road rockin’ trip down to Flavortown for my first ever live event experience,” Fieri said in a press release. “Part music festival, part food festival, I’m bringing together 10,000 fans rocking out to great music and enjoying some of the best game day eats you can ever imagine. Join me alongside Cash App stadium-side on the biggest day of the year for sports and for grubbin’!”

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Christopher Boan

Christopher Boan is the lead writer at BetArizona.com after covering sports and sports betting in Arizona for more than seven years, including stops at ArizonaSports.com, the Tucson Weekly and the Green Valley News.

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