Best Places To Watch The Super Bowl In New Jersey

Ever since sports betting became legal in 2018, bettors have flocked to Atlantic City, N.J. to watch the Super Bowl. Let’s take a look at all the top New Jersey sportsbooks and give a breakdown of what they’re offering for Super Bowl Sunday, along with our opinion of the top places to watch the game. In addition to the promotions listed below, be sure to check our page which has all the best New Jersey-specific new customer offers and promotions in one spot. Grabbing some terrific promotions is a great way to start your Super Bowl betting experience.

Updated February 6, 2023: We gave this page an update for Super Bowl LVII. All promotions and events are subject to change, but no matter where you go in AC, you’re guaranteed to have a good time.

Bally’s Atlantic City

Overview: Bally’s sportsbook is taking over The Yard for the Super Bowl. Fans of the nearby Philadelphia Eagles are sure to be prevalent at this big event. For $60, you can get a seat, halftime buffet, and open bar for the third quarter. Not a bad deal!

Our Take: The Yard at Bally’s tends to draw a younger crowd better suited for the casual bettor. Not the best spot for serious bettors, The Yard is an option for fans looking to have fun and catch the game.


Overview: The Borgata has two parties planned for the big game. One at the huge BetMGM Sportsbook & Bar will most likely appeal to traditional sports bettors. They will have themed cocktails, food and drink specials, and a 40-foot-wide LED screen. Advance reservations are recommended.

Additionally, Premier Nightclub will have a fun event with entertainment, music, and drink specials. There is also a betting window inside the club for those who don’t want to wager on their phones.

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Our Take: The Borgata attracts many big bettors to its casino/sportsbook, and the BetMGM Sportsbook will be the place to be in the Marina District. If you’re more into the nightlife aspect of the Super Bowl, you can head to the Premier Nightclub. Either way, you’re sure to have a good time at the Borgata.

Golden Nugget

Overview: The Golden Nugget Sportsbook will be open for the big game, but no specific event is being held. Patrons can take advantage of the sportsbook’s more than 50 TVs and 100 seats, five video walls, nine self-service betting kiosks, four betting windows, drink specials and all-day food menu starting at 10:00 a.m.

Our Take: The Golden Nugget offers multiple spots to watch the Super Bowl, which caters to both casual and serious sports bettors. With free admission, drink specials, an all-day menu and one of Atlantic City’s better sportsbook, the Golden Nugget is a good place to spend Super Bowl Sunday.

Hard Rock

Overview: The Hard Rock Sportsbook will be open and hopping on Sunday, but the Hard Rock Cafe in the casino will also be open, and they will have all the appetizers and drinks you need to fully enjoy the big game.

Our Take: The Hard Rock is always one of the liveliest casinos in AC, and it will certainly be busy on Sunday. While it may not have the big events offered by other casinos, just being there will be a fun time. With dozens of TVs and betting kiosks available, you’ll be able to catch the game, make your wagers, and enjoy the scene at the Hard Rock.


Overview: Leave it to Harrah’s to do things a little differently. If you’re more interested in heading to an indoor pool/nightclub than a smoky sportsbook, Harrah’s is the place for you. The Super Bowl Swimfest will feature a DJ, drinks, and a buffet. Plus the pool is indoors, so you can swim and/or lounge while wagering on the game using the Caesars Sportsbook app or one of the retail kiosks located throughout the property.

Our Take: If you only watch the game for the commercials or would rather party with your friends than pay close attention to the action on TV, Harrah’s is the place for you. Even better, if you’re into the game, you can still go to the sportsbook or one of the many lounges where the game will be on all the TVs. Harrah’s is one of the better smaller venues in Atlantic City to enjoy the Super Bowl.

Meadowlands – FanDuel Sportsbook

Overview: Can’t make it to Atlantic City for the Super Bowl? If you live in northern New Jersey or New York City, head over to the FanDuel Sportsbook in East Rutherford. The entire facility will be transformed into several different parties. The FanDuel sportsbook will offer fans 50+ HD TVs, free parking and spacious seating, starting at 8:00 am. No cover! If you want to go big, you can make a reservation at one of the many restaurants on-site and enjoy game day buffet and drink specials.

Our View: If you live in the New York City area and want to watch the Super Bowl at a sportsbook, FanDuel Sportsbook is a good choice. Admission is free and there are plenty of wagering options available, along with food and drink specials. It’s a good venue for those not wanting to make the trip down to Atlantic City.

Monmouth Park

Overview: Monmouth’s Caesars Sportsbook doesn’t appear to have any big promotions for the big game, but that’s ok because it’s always a fun place to be. The Sportsbook will be open all day Sunday and will offer its regular bar menu along with several betting kiosks and tons of TVs.

Our Take: This is a fine option for those looking for a traditional sportsbook experience. Nothing flashy here, just football and betting fans watching the game at a large sportsbook.

Ocean Resort

Overview: Are you more into golf than football? No problem. At Ocean you can watch the game at the TopGolf Swing Suite. Want to go to a sportsbook instead? Great! Ocean offers a 7,500-square-foot sportsbook equipped with 360-degree video walls, seven betting windows and self-service kiosks. There are also two bars and lounge seating with individual charging stations. All the bars and restaurants are featuring food and drink specials for the big game.

Our Take: There’s no denying that Ocean is one of Atlantic City’s crown jewels. It’s an excellent option to watch this year’s Super Bowl, whether you’re a big-time bettor or just looking to get down a few bucks on the game.


Overview: The 5,000 square foot DraftKings Sportsbook at Resorts is one of the nicest venues in Atlantic City. The book features 1,000 square feet of ultra-HD video screens, seating for 300 people with an additional 100 seats in the VIP area, five betting windows and 12 kiosks. Oh, and there are over 50 large screen TVs. Food and drink specials will be featured during the game.

Resorts will offer food and drink specials and the option to watch the game at seven separate locations on the property. Is Margaritaville more your speed? Great, they will have the game on all their TVs and lots of drink specials. You can even get $1 oysters at Dougherty’s Raw Bar. Resorts has something for everyone!

Our Take: The DraftKings Sportsbook has received good reviews, making Resorts one of the top places in Atlantic City to watch the game. Second only to Ocean’s sportsbook in size, there is plenty of space to house a large amount of people, unlike many other shops in town. Resorts is one of the best places for sports bettors in Atlantic City to take in the Super Bowl.