Before you can have people over for your Super Bowl party, you need to plan out a menu. United Supermarkets is stocking shelves and whipping up dip to get ready for one of their busiest shopping weekends.
After you have the food you need to think bigger...like 70 inches bigger! "It is the best time to buy a TV," says Bobby Strong, salesman at Circuit City. Another option watch the game on the big screen right in your own home. Circuit City is making big bucks while using their ad campaign with TV's and the Super Bowl. "We'll deliver before the game on Sunday," Strong says.
Before you spend thousands in food and TV's, there is another party option. If you don't feel like prepping let someone else do it for you. "You don't have to cook or clean, or go to the strip, you just come in and relax," says Joshua Oden, of Buffalo Wild Wings. Buffalo Wild Wings is just one of many places around town that will have specials on food and drinks and even extra guests to make the party a little more interesting.
On a side note, you might check with local churches to make sure they are having a night service as some services have been cancelled or turned into a Super Bowl event of their own. Kick-off is Sunday night at 5:30 p.m.