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Chiefs stars celebrated their Super Bowl win at Vegas hotels and nightclubs
Updated February 28, 2023
This is how you party in style. For members of the Kansas City Chiefs, they are still riding high after taking down the Philadelphia Eagles earler this month with the Lombardi Trophy on the line. In incredible fashion, KC was able to come away with a 38-35. The festivities have been great, and it included the fact that several Chiefs starscelebrated their Super Bowl win at Vegas hotels and nightclubs.
That’s right, last weekend, Patrick Mahomes, Travis Kelce and others took a weekend trip together and they were spotted at several hotels, casinos and nightclubs. As you might have been able to guess, patros of those locations were over the moon knowing that they were staying and visiting places that some of the biggest NFL talents in the world were also at.
Among the stops for Kelce, Mahomes and their teammates was The Wynn Las Vegas, were they were able to catch a special show from The Chainsmokers. Not only that, but Kelce made his way on stage and addressed the crowd on hand. Similar to his ways on the football field, Kelce was able to put on a big-time show with the microphone in his hands.
People were also calling for Mahomes, who took home Super Bowl MVP honors. Not only that, but Mahomes was recently named the AP NFL MVP for this past campaign as well. Las Vegas is home to some of the best hotels, casinos and resorts in the world, so it’s not a surprise whatsover that these Chiefs playmakers decided to let loose for a fun, awesome weekend.
Chiefs are already getting a ton of bets for next year’s Super Bowl
To make things even better for Kansas City, the Chiefs are already getting a ton of bets for next year’s Super Bowl. According to the best-rated sportsbooks, which includes the reliable Bovada review, the Chiefs currently hold +450 NFL betting odds to win it all next year. They’re the favorites to repeat as champions, which would only add to Mahomes’ legacy early on in his career.
Ever since Mahomes was taken in the first round of the NFL Draft, the Chiefs have been a popular betting option for people who make their way to local sportsbooks in Sin City. He’s without question the best player in the game right now, and you know he’s going to be motivated to try and repeat next year too. If he does get that job done, it would silence all of his haters.
Things won’t be easy for Mahomes, though, as there are several other teams with high Super Bowl betting odds who have been receiving plenty of futures bets for next year too. One team who will definitely be focused in trying to take down Kansas City will be the Buffalo Bills. This past season, Josh Allen and Co. had the top Super Bowl odds throughout the year.
However, they suffered a stunning loss to the Cincinnati Bengals in the Divisional Round. Countless hearts were broken all over upstate New York, as it felt like this was finally going to be the year where Allen was able to power his team to the big game. However, Joe Burrow and the Bengals had other ideas, taking down the Bills in a game that featured a ton of snow.
NFL bets as a whole were massive for the 2022 season
Though the official numbers haven’t been calculated yet, the word around Vegas is that NFL bets as a whole were massive for the 2022 season. This isn’t a surprise whatsoever. For the Super Bowl alone, experts projected at least 50 million Americans to place bets on the showdown between Kansas City and Philadelphia, with Mahomes and Jalen Hurts facing off.
In addition to that, just like every year, countless people traveled to Las Vegas on vacation for Super Bowl week to place their bets. Everyone knows that the Super Bowl is one of the biggest and best weeks to travel to Sin City, as there are so many different parties and events that are going on. Not only that, but the local sportsbooks are always running different kinds of promotions as well.
Looking ahead to next season, the Super Bowl is going to be even more massive, with records expected to be broken. Why, you ask? Well, it’s because the Super Bowl will be played at Allegiant Stadium in Vegas next season. With that, so many fans from across the world will be traveling to Nevada to try and see everything go down in person.
We just saw how impressive everything was in Glendale, Ariz. for the Eagles vs. Chiefs. Now, picture that, but in Las Vegas. People are already planning their trips for next February and locking in places at hotels and resorts. Vegas no question is going to be rocking for a while once the next Super Bowl arrives. We can’t wait for all of the action to take center stage there.