Live! Casino Philadelphia Provides a Home-Field Advantage for All Philadelphia Eagles Games

Posted By Katie Kohler on September 17, 2021

Live! Casino Philadelphia is ready to earn its wings. The casino opened in February 2021 and this will be its first Philadelphia Eagles season. With over 200 screens fans will be able  to view the Eagles game and other NFL action. You can also place your bets at FanDuel Sportsbook or on the sports betting app.

The sports bar, Sports & Social, at Live! Casino Philadelphia has a menu full of game day favorites and there are a number of other dining options.

Parking at Live! Casino Philadelphia on game days

Gold card members and above can park for free on Eagles home game days.

Classic card members can get reimbursed for their parking fees in free slot play.

If you place a $100 bet at the FanDuel Sportsbook on a home game day, you’ll get reimbursed for the parking fee.

No Live! rewards card? $25 self-parking on home game days.

The event parking rate at Live! Casino will start four hours prior to the start of the game. Call 1-833-472-5483 for live parking updates.

Access Live! parking directly from I-76 Eastbound by taking the Packer Avenue Exit and proceed straight onto Darien. First right is for valet while the garage entrance is the second right. Fans from New Jersey can take the 7th Street Exit and make two rights to get to Live! Fans coming from I-95 should use Exit 19 and follow Packer Ave.

Eagles home games

Live! Casino Philadelphia is hosting a pregame tailgate block party for every Philadelphia Eagles home game.

Free tailgate at Live! Casino Philadelphia

  • Located outside the Darien Street exit and starting three hours before kickoff and lasting through the first quarter
  • The block party will feature food trucks, full-service bars, DJs, giveaways, special appearances from home team alumni, and more.
  • On the casino floor, over $30,000 in prizes will be given away including game tickets, merchandise, Live! apparel, and free slot play.
  • There will be a 2-hour post-game after party with Q102 featuring local radio DJ and host personalities.

Phans of Philly tailgate

Phans of Philly plans travel packages (like trips to Vegas to see the Eagles play the Raiders) and tailgates. They partnered with Live! Casino and are holding in the valet parking lot before every Philadelphia Eagles home game. The Phans of Philly tailgate is $60 per person and includes a 3 hour open bar and buffet. For reference, if you were to go to the Eagles game and park in a lot, it’s at least $40, so the Phans of Philly tailgate is worth considering.

Philadelphia Eagles away games

Just because the Birds aren’t at home doesn’t mean that Live! is taking a bye week.

Unlike your living room but #fancavegoals, Sports & Social Philly has a 52-foot LED display and 24 big screen TVs.

The first 50 fans to arrive for an Eagles away game will get a free beer and a gift. Also during Eagles away games, there will be green-themed cocktails and a chance to win tickets to the next home game.

Mario Maesano, Senior Vice President of Marketing at Live! Casino Philadelphia, commented:

“We’re thrilled to celebrate our first Philadelphia football season here in the Stadium District – just steps away from all the exciting game-day action. The atmosphere that Live! provides to Philadelphia sports fans is unmatched. We can’t wait to welcome guests to our tailgate block party celebrations and cheer on the home team with them.”

Traffic and parking tips for Eagles game days

This Sunday will be 624 days since the last time nearly 70,000 fans jammed South Philadelphia for an Eagles game. It’s been a while since most of us have endured game day traffic, so we thought we’d help fans with tips to navigate their way in and out of the lots.

Not tailgating and want a Hail Mary at a quick exit:  If quick in-and-out is your strategy we recommend parking in the Phillies lots to the north and west of Citizens Bank Park. It provides ample parking with multiple ways in and out to Broad Street, Pattison and Packer Aves. Tailgating is not permitted in these lots, but small clusters of fans tend to gather along traffic islands. Use 76 or Packer Avenue to avoid traffic closest to the Linc.

Don’t mind walking a bit: Need to work off the calories consumed during the game? Consider the lots near the NovaCare Complex or parking inside FDR Park. It’s a hike walking through the lots to enter the stadium but traffic will be reduced when it’s time to pack up and leave. Traffic from Delco should use the Platt Bridge and turn right onto Pattison. 76 East use Exit 347A toward Penrose Ave. Turn left onto Penrose and first right onto Pattison. Jersey drivers, use Exit 348 onto Penrose and turn Left onto Pattison.

Skip the traffic and ride the subway:  Sitting in traffic even after a win can be frustrating. Avoid the hassle altogether by taking the SEPTA Broad Street Line to NRG Station. SEPTA operates their Sports Express as well as local trains every 10 minutes from Fern Rock (10:10am-12:20pm). Fans leaving NRG Station this Sunday between 3-7 p.m. will ride the Broad Street Line for free courtesy of NRG. For more information visit septa.org/events.

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Katie Kohler is a Philadelphia-area based award-winning journalist. She is the Managing Editor at PlayPennsylvania and covers the Pennsylvania gambling industry with an emphasis on sports betting, online casino/poker and the lottery.

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