Circa Las Vegas’ Stadium Swim: March Madness & Super Bowl 2022 Reservations Open

Stadium Swim at Circa Resort & Casino Las Vegas is prime real estate for Super Bowl and March Madness viewing. (Photo: Ryan Gobuty)

Sports fanatics who enjoy flocking to Las Vegas for major events are already itching to find spots now for 2022’s Super Bowl and March Madness.

At Circa Resort & Casino–built with the needs of sports fans front of mind–you can now book the premiere spots at the relatively new casino’s outdoor Stadium Swim mega-viewing area.

If you have the bankroll, now is the time to make reservations for the February 13 Super Bowl and the March 17-20 opening tournament rounds of the NCAA College Basketball Championship.

Stadium Swim Features

A Stadium Swim daybed, with cabanas in the background.

Circa is downtown Las Vegas’ first billion-dollar casino-resort. The 1.25-million-square-foot property is the only Fremont Street-area tower to be built ground-up in more than 40 years.

The marquee component at Circa is Stadium Swim. Its’ six heated pools are open 365 days a year.

Completed in 2020–during COVID–Stadium Swim is the ideal high-roller spot for major sporting event viewing. Since viewing was somewhat restricted last year, 2022 will be delayed grand opening, of sorts. 

The 14-million-megapixel LED screen at Stadium Swim is 40 feet tall and 143 feet wide. 

The multi-level amphitheater has a capacity of 4,000. There are hundreds of chaise lounges, along with day beds, cabanas and VIP-sized cabanas.

March Madness: Stadium Swim Pricing

A Stadium Swim poolbox.

For the Super Bowl and March Madness, be prepared to pay extra for premium viewing spaces for yourself or your group.

The admission fee for the Super Bowl runs from $125 (field access) to $175 (club level). 

Getting in the door for March Madness will set you back $100.

Options for groups include daybeds, cabanas, poolside boxes and the owner’s suite.

For the Super Bowl and March Madness, prices reflect minimum food-and-beverage purchases.

At the Super Bowl, a daybed will run you $2,500 for a full day; a cabana is $7,500; a poolside box is $10,000; and the the owner’s suite can be yours for $40,000.

For March Madness, half-day and full-day pricing is in effect. Cost also varies depending on the day of the tournament.

Watching the March 17 hoops action for a full day from a daybed: $3,000. It’s $2,000 for the morning (8 a.m. to 4 p.m.) and $1,000 for the afternoon (5 p.m. to 11 p.m.)

The owner’s suite on March 17 is a relative bargain: Just $20,000 for the full day.  

For more details on booking this outdoor attraction for the Super Bowl or March Madness, go to: Circa’s website and click on “Stadium Swim.”  J&J

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