Who’s Coming to Your Super Bowl Party?

FAQ January 29, 2019


Who’s Coming to Your Super Bowl Party?

Another season of football is coming to a close and it’s time to prepare for Superbowl LIII. Whether the team you’re rooting for is playing at the Superbowl or not, chances are, many of us will be hosting (or attending) a Superbowl party. Here are some good tips to know while you root on the New England Patriots or the Los Angeles Rams:

I’m hosting a Superbowl party this year, what do I need to know?

When hosting any party, your guests can potentially bring friends that you may not know. There can be a sense of unease with having your door open to unfamiliar guests, especially when your home will be bustling with family and friends throughout.

We recommend considering the following when planning your Superbowl party:

  • – How many guests can I host comfortably in my home?
  • – Will I allow my guests to bring +1s?
  • – What areas, if any, do I want to have closed off during the party?

What safety precautions should I take prior to the event?

While everyone’s preferences are different, we recommend locking up valuables and rooms that you would prefer closed off. Having a designated game viewing area such as your living room, kitchen, or backyard will all help with keeping your guests engaged in the game and each other.

If your guests are bringing plus ones that you’re not familiar with, it may be helpful to perform a quick check on them via social media. To go further, Whitepages Premium background check services provide a breadth of information. This includes an individual’s driving history, criminal record, and much more. Using the combined information from your research on social media sites can help ease your worries of letting strangers into your home.

Ultimately, Superbowl parties are about community and bringing your group together for some great food. Whether you’re hosting a party or attending one, Whitepages Premium eases your worries by keeping you up to date and informed on who is coming into your home or whose home you’ll be visiting.