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I’ve mentioned before that I’m a sports widow– my husband will watch and or listen to any live sporting event except for Hockey. Although if I begin to nag him to do something- he could probably be pushed into watching an NHL game.
Of course the Super bowl for him is really just another game- because as a staunch fan- he watches ALL the games- not just the glitzy glam ones that Lady Gaga is performing at. I wish I could say that I will be watching the Super bowl with him, but try as he might, I still have not gotten a handle on the rules and attraction of football.
Me: I really have tried to understand the whole down system.
The sugar daddy (shaking his head and laughing): You haven’t given it a real try , it’s definitely not that complicated.
Me: You explained it to me several times, I still don’t get it.
The sugar daddy: Well the Superbowl will be fun because of the commercials, Madonna and all the pomp and circumstance.
Me: Maybe we should have a party:
The sugar daddy: I don’t like superbowl parties.
Me: Why not?
The sugar daddy: Because you don’t get to watch the game- no one is really watching the game.
Me: Even the guys?
The sugar daddy: Well there are just too many distractions at a party, and it attracts the non-football fan.
Me: You mean people like me?
The Sugar daddy: yes.
Me: So what should I do while you’re watching the game- especially because I have no idea what’s going on?
The sugar daddy: I like you to watch with me.
Me: No you usually tell me I’m asking too many questions and that I make you miss the good plays.
The sugar daddy: Well my ideal day for Spending Super bowl Sunday is to turn on the pregame shows and start cooking. This year I’m making a special superbowl chili.
Me: Wait what does this have to do with me, and our relationship and my aversion to football?
The sugar daddy: Nothing except you get to eat chili.
So this Sunday while we are watching the SUPER BOWL we will be planning our bash with some help from CHUZE!
In case you missed it: CHUZE is a revolutionary new app, that changes the way you shop for groceries. It puts time back into your day, money back into your wallet, and a sense of discovery back into the grocery shopping experience.
Here are four ways CHUZE will change the way you shop for Superbowl and any party for that matter!
Because the truth is –the real reason people go to Super Bowl parties? Food. The most important thing you can do is make sure you tell your guests to come to your bash with empty bellies so you can fill them up with all your goodies! And the best part? Check out CHUZE for a super bowl bundle worth over $10 with the coupons below–just go to their app and add it with one click, print, shop and you’re ready to party!
Just open the CHUZE app add it with one click, print, shop and you’re ready to party!
Save on pizza, chips, dips and more! They have up to 1000 coupons live in their shopping list app and matching offers pop up when you add items to your list or you can browse them.
Here are just a few coupons that should be on your radar as you plan your superbowl
|19724103 $0.60 off any 2 Lipton Recipe Secrets|
|19670065 $1.00 off any TOMBSTONE®on any TWO (2) TOMBSTONE® Pizzas|
|19728093 $0.55 off one Hillshire Farm® Lit’l Smokies® on any ONE package of Hillshire Farm® Lit’l Smokies® Smoked Sausages|
|19709366 $1.00 off one Late July®on any Two (2) Late July® Tortilla Chips products (5.5oz or larger)|
|19625156 $3.00 off one HORMEL Brand HORMEL GATHERINGS™ Party Tray 20 oz. or larger|
|19641092 $1.00 off THREE Pillsbury Refrigerated Products|
|19642366 $1.00 off THREE Totinos Crisp Crust Party Pizza|
|19653146 $1.00 off ONE PACKAGE Totinos Stuffed Nachos|
|19635039 $0.50 off ONE Food Should Taste Good Chips|
|19611094 $1.00 off ONE (1) BUSH’S Classic Hummus Made Easy|
|19611113 $1.00 off ONE (1) BUSH’S Roasted Red Pepper Hummus Made Easy|
|19611105 $1.00 off ONE (1) BUSH’S Southwest Black Bean Hummus Made Easy|
You’ll find everything from trendy appetizers for 2015, to the good ol’ classics, including chicken wings and nachos.
#1 Go with the comfort foods. Remember no one gains weight on game day- so don’t be shy about loading up on carbs and lots of sauces ( which for us means lots of HUMMUS!)
Try to incorporate the Teams in your food choices- for example- if you are an Atlanta Falcons fan- try and incorporate anything that you can Southern fry. And if you root for the Patriots you might want to serve up some New Engalnd style chowder or chili!
Keep big coolers filled with ice and beer within reach, and scatter food around the house on folding tables and TV trays for easy access.
Remember when it comes to Décor Less Can Be More
Super Bowl parties are mostly about cheering and booing together, indulging in yummy snacks and adult beverages. Have fun with the decor, but focus on what really matters: food, football and friends. Make sure you have a few footballs that you can toss around! We also love bottle koozies will keep everyone’s drinks cold, and help distinguish whose is whose. Set out a big pile of koozies and some permanent markers, and guests will have fun doodling and personalizing!
What about entertainment?
While the pro athletes are playing in the big game have fun placing some friendly bets, and quench your thirst with drinking games. Not a Lady Gaga fan? Pass the time during halftime other ways, too (Puppy Bowl, anyone?)
And the fun doesn’t end with the SUPER BOWL! Every Monday do #MondayHuntday with a treasure hunt. This Monday, they’re hiding ten $25 coupons in our app–they give clues on their Facebook and blog to find the correct grocery item.