If you're not a sports fan, then there's not a whole lot to do on Super Bowl Sunday. Wait, what am I saying?
Super Bowl Sunday is actually one of your rare chances to get deals on just about every outing that isn't football related. Before we jump over to the list, though, let me tell you about a few places to avoid.
If you're not interested in dealing with Super Bowl crowds, then here's what to avoid:
- Any supermarket before the game starts. Pre-party shopping is going to be massive.
- Bars or restaurants with big-screen TVs in them.
- Any pizza joint that offers delivery. Their kitchens will be backed up and slow.
With that out of the way, though, you can save big on these five things.
Time Magazine claims that Super Bowl Sunday is the best time to do the following:
- Take in a show
- Eat at a perpetually booked restaurant
- Visit the zoo or a theme park
- Go skiing or snowboarding
- Have a spa day
Basically, Time Magazine recommends that you do anything that would normally be crowded. It's right in the fact that most of America will, in fact, be watching the Super Bowl.
The hard part, I think, would be convincing someone else to miss the Super Bowl with you.
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