By this time, if you have not prepared for television watching, you have little time to do so. If I were going to host a football-watching party, what I would do is visit some stores that have deli departments such as Albertson's in Tucson, which normally has a rather extensive selection. There I would pick up finger food that will make it easy for guests to ignore everything but the game, knowing that they would love me for it.
But another position that I take is that as far as I know, there is no Super Bowl Contest that you have to prepare for. Anything from tuna salad to peanut butter and jelly will make a game group perfectly happy. If you have a loaf of bread and a dozen eggs in the house, you can make egg-salad sandwiches and serve coffee or iced tea. The point is that you will not offend anyone if you don't serve the three kinds of chicken wings that I wrote about the other day--there is no mandatory list of what you must serve.
And what if you are going to someone's house to watch the game? I would suggest that you bring something--anything from beer to veggie sticks to a bucket of chicken or anything that you know that your friends like to eat. There ought to be a supermarket along the major streets in Tucson that will route you to your destination, so stop into one and get something either to cook or that can be served as is.
It would have been nice if people had ordered their sandwich platters and pizzas this past week, but if it was done they are ready by now. You can still be helpful no matter what you bring.