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Paris for the Super Bowl?

Paris and its sister property, Bally's, are kicking off a range of specials for the NFL's annual contest.

Both resorts are offering $20 Miller buckets, $5 Absolut cocktails and $6 Absout and Rockstar mixes, along with prizes, T-shirts and $25 parlay cards.

At the Indigo Lounge in Bally's and Paris' Napoleon's, hungry sports fans can partake of tailgate-style buffets for $65, which includes two Miller drinks, a T-shirt and a ticket to win some sports memorabilia. Word has it that an NFL player will be making an appearance, as well.

If you want some beef with your pigskin, head over to Paris' Le Burger Brasserie, where you can tuck into a gourmet hamburger or another tailgate-style buffet—this one priced at $75.

Tickets for the non-sports bar events can be purchased at the properties' box offices. Except for Le Burger Brasserie, guests must be at least 21 years old.



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