Best Vegas Sportsbooks For March Madness

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Welcome to Vegas Week on Busted Coverage, where we celebrate blowing through money on gambling, booze and boobs. There’s a good chance 99.9% of you have been to Vegas more than one time so we’ll try to keep the week interesting.

We’ll have our Vegas resident expert, Trevor in Nevada, along to provide insider details on where you should be blowing your money on booze and gambling.

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When 9 a.m. PST rolls around on March 21 in Las Vegas, there will be thousands of men sitting in giant rooms flipping through betting sheets, sipping on Bloody Marys, nursing a hangover and preparing for 12 hours of college basketball from the confines of sportsbook. Second only to the Super Bowl, the first weekend of March Madness is still the biggest sporting event for Vegas and continues to grow larger.

Want the ultimate March Madness experience, yet you don’t want to get up at 6 a.m. to get a seat? Caesars is selling all-you-can-eat and drink packages for the four days that start at $175. Have a group of 12 and want to throw a blowout March Madness party? Planet Hollywood is selling a $3,399 package that includes: open premium bar, pool, foosball, and beer pong, front of the line betting and Miller Lite models!

Keys to a successful March Madness Vegas experience:

• Ability to place a bet

• Ability to get booze

• Level of comfort

• Excitement level

Trevor In Nevada’s Best Vegas Sportsbooks For March Madness

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If you’ve never been to the Las Vegas Hilton, now called LVH, and you’re in town for March Madness, make sure you stop for a visit. Besides being one of the legendary hotels where Elvis spent a good chunk of his life, there’s also the Mike Tyson boxing history (the Frank Bruno KO from 1989).

The sportsbook is in the back of the casino, in its own gigantic world where horse racing fanatics can hide and March Madness fans won’t startle the old people playing keno.

The last time we were at the Hilton the free drink service was fantastic.

@bustedcoverage It’s off to the side. Its a giant convention room with 6 TV screens. They have a food/beer stand and a betting kiosk.

— Max Carozza (@mjccjm77) March 4, 2013

BC Facebook follower Mike S. concurred with the LVH choice.

It is without a doubt the Hilton. They setup a special deal every year for MM. They turn the theater into a sports book. They have 5 300in HD screens with the games, a satellite sports book, and food/drinks.

We also received multiple votes for Mandalay.

Other votes: Bellagio, M Resort, Imperial Palace, Venetian and Red Rock.

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