How to Host a Successful Super Bowl Party – Virtual or In-Person!

How to Host a Successful Super Bowl Party – Virtual or In-Person!

One of the biggest highlights of the year for every football fan is Super Bowl Sunday. If you choose to it may be a little quieter, but there are still plenty of ways to stay connected and festive throughout the event.

The Best Snacks – All from Office Depot® OfficeMax®!

Super Bowl parties are known for four things – football, commercials, half-time performances, and of course: the food! However, big buffets and dinner dishes will change over to single dinner courses and snacks.

Although there may be more customized meals for you and/or your family, there are some cool snacks you can bring to your party – all from Office Depot® OfficeMax®!

Grab some of these snacks during your next trip:

Decorate Your Space

For those hosting an in-person event, decking your space out for the occasion is a must! There are plenty of goodies to help get the party started from wherever you are watching. And, as a bonus, the decorations are also versatile to use for any future football gatherings outside of the Super Bowl.

Here are some of the essentials every football lover needs for the big day:

Whether you are watching the game by yourself this year or a small gathering of your close family members, there are plenty of ways to still stay together during game time.

One way to keep the conversation going is by starting group chats with your friends, family, or coworkers to go through a post-game recap. Or, if you’re like me, you’ll break down every second of the Halftime Show and popular commercials. Although it may not be conventional, it can still be a memorable – and festive – time for any football fan if you cannot be together this year.

Staying Connected During the Game

Before the big game, there are some fun (virtual) games to help connect with the people you may not see during the big game. Connecting and continuing celebrations help to keep a sense of normalcy and tradition.

Whether playing Head’s Up, 20 Questions, Charades, Scattegories, or a good old-fashioned Bingo game, the party can be started – whether in-person or over the phone.

Although everyone may be viewing the game from different households, there are plenty of ways to interact with others from the comfort of your home. Start a Zoom or Facebook Messenger call on your mobile phone or tablet to be a part of your family and friends’ viewing festivities. Outside of cheering (or booing together), this can lead to impromptu virtual dance parties for the Halftime Show, as well.

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