Grab a Bite at Allegiant Stadium for Only Three Dollars

House Deals include six classic game-day bites

By OTS Staff

The new Allegiant Stadium, home of the Las Vegas Raiders, is serving a special menu of House Deals at concession stands throughout the venue. The menu features six of the most popular game day snacks for only $3. The classic bites they offer include hot dogs, pretzels, peanuts, small sodas, nachos and popcorn. For those who are at the game on a budget, the House Deals are such a steal! Guests can have all the traditional food staples while watching football without having to break the bank.

And don’t worry about having to carry cash for the events at Allegiant Stadium because all the food and beverage shops will be cashless. They accept all major credit and debit cards for payments. However, if a guest needs to add cash to their card, they can utilize their cash to card kiosks that are located throughout the venue. This new cashless system is intended to help save time while also implementing a safer, contactless way to check-out.

Other foodie hotspots for guests to indulge in are Guy Fieri’s Tailgate Kitchen and Bar, Pizza Rock, Graffiti Bao, Holsteins, Fukuburger, BBQ Mexicana, Rollin’ Smoke, Cafe Lola, Evel Pie, Freed’s Bakery, Sushi Joe, Island Flavor, Ferraro’s, among other chain restaurants such as Capriotti’s and much more.

However, the stadium only mentions one vegan option at this time during their tasting which was Holsteins’ vegan burger, but we hope that in the near future their menus will expand with more vegan specialties and gluten-free options, too.

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Marc Badain, President of the Las Vegas Raiders said in a statement that Allegiant Stadium has “nearly 30 dining partners” and that he can’t wait for fans to enjoy their delicious lineup. With all these places to eat, they aim to have a little of something for everyone.

Learn more about Allegiant Stadium here.

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