Visit Different Cities During NFL Season
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We’ve heard stories of their incredible road trips, from touring all 32 NFL stadiums in one lifetime to visiting all 30 Major League Baseball stadiums in one summer. But let’s say you’re a regular NFL fan who likes to place bets on NFL odds; you might want to try visiting these cities during the regular season. 

Las Vegas

The glitz and glamour of Las Vegas Boulevard, five-star restaurants, world-class entertainment, and one of the NFL’s newest stadiums combine to create an unforgettable football game experience.

Stay close to the casino and head straight to Allegiant Stadium to catch a game. The place is trendy, so secondary market tickets are costly. This is Las Vegas, and everyone loves it. Plus, you can use the on-site WiFi to confirm your commitment.

There is plenty of parking near the stadium, so stopping before the game can be challenging. Also in the stadium’s north end zone is an 11,000-square-foot club that offers a service for guests who want to get the most out of Las Vegas.

New York

The Jets and Giants play their home games in East Rutherford, New Jersey, just a short drive from each other. Visitors to New York City have access to pubs, clubs, galleries, and events in the city’s five boroughs. Additionally, most “Big Apple” teams are wealthy, often giving fans reason to cheer.

New York has a wide variety of places to party and watches football, but there is one major drawback. Weather. With temperatures ranging from 100 degrees during the day to 10 degrees in a blizzard, it can destroy a game day. But that doesn’t stop people from using cornhole tables and grills to prepare meat.


The Denver Broncos no longer call the historic Mile High Stadium home, but the new stadium still retains all the features that made the former NFL venue so iconic. Every Sunday, there is a sell-out crowd, a rowdy, well-informed fanatic, and a proven former AFL team player.

Even if you don’t like the Broncos, it’s hard not to be overwhelmed by the excitement when surrounded by 80,000 enthusiastic Orange fans. Then there is Denver, another favorite and a true treasure of the United States. 

When you think of Denver, you think football, cool weather, and snow. But the fact is, the city has 300 days of sunshine per year and relatively little snowfall compared to the mountains 30 minutes away. Of course, the Rocky Mountains and the mile-high Empower Field are about an hour’s drive from the nearest ski area.

Denver also has excellent food, especially if you love Mexican food. A green chili sauce is famous in the area and is served in nearly every local restaurant. In addition to the genuinely enormous Coors Brewery in Golden, there is a sizable brewing industry in the area.

New Orleans

One of the NFL’s newest domes is in Las Vegas, and one of the league’s oldest and most famous domes is in New Orleans. Since opening in 1975, the stadium (now known as the Caesars Superdome) has hosted three BCS National Championship Games and seven Super Bowls.

A Saints game at the dome is a must-see, but New Orleans itself is the true highlight of the trip. New Orleans is perhaps the best getaway for foodies, with the original French Creole cuisine and all other popular dishes from around the world.

More than 22 of these restaurants in New Orleans have won James Beard Awards, so there are great pre- and post-game options. Jazz originated in New Orleans, with clubs offering live performances and other genres of music daily.

Come to New Orleans for the game. Stay on Bourbon Street for food, entertainment, and late-night parties. For all these reasons, it’s one of our favorite NFL cities.


Choosing Miami over New York was tough, but Miami has it all. Great people and great weather.

She wouldn’t want to leave South Beach after 24 hours. Residents can spend the day on the beach, tanning and sipping a cool drink. There was a song about how to live there. Miami has great weather and nightlife, but it’s not the best NFL city to party.

Green Bay

Green Bay has nothing to do during a typical week, from Monday to Saturday. However, it’s one of the best places to go on a Sunday during NFL season. The cold doesn’t stop the stadium from being filled during top matches. Packers games in Green Bay run all day, so visitors get good value for money.