Everything you need to watch the Super Bowl
Super Bowl Sunday is February 3 and whether you love the game, the grub or are just in it for the Maroon 5 halftime show, we want to make sure your day is a touchdown. With these helpful tips for how to view the Super Bowl, your watch-party experience will be smooth and successful!
Where To Watch
How To Watch
If you want a big, beautiful new television to watch the main event, now is the perfect time to purchase one since January is full of pre-Super Bowl TV sales. CNET has done the research for you, so check out their guide to the best TV deals for watching the big game. You can also get a breakdown of the best Super Bowl television options for every price point from the budget-friendly TCL S305 and S405 series Roku TV to the super high-end LG OLEDB8 and C8 series.
What To Eat
Delicious food is the key to a legendary Super Bowl party! Buffalo Wings are a classic and Chowhound has an easy recipe that's sure to be a crowd-pleaser. They've also got recipes for Quesadillas, Slow Cooker Chili, Guacamole and Macaroni and Cheese, top options to keep everyone happy no matter which team is in the lead! For a group that likes to keep things on the healthier side, Chowhound is packed with recommendations for Super Bowl food that won't leave you feeling guilty.
If you plan on ordering delivery, don't forget that waits can be extra-long on Super Bowl Sunday. Think 2 hours or more! You don't want your guests to get hangry, so plan ahead and consider getting one of the best frozen pizzas you can order online. From Roberta's New York wood fired pizza to Lou Malnati's deep dish Chicago-style pizza, Chowhound has a list of frozen pies that are even better than delivery. Be sure to check out Chowhound's Super Bowl headquarters for more tasty ideas!