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Watch the Eagles on America’s ONLY 155-foot-long screen at Parx

Indoor and outdoor options are available to view the game day action

Eagles and NFL season is back, and there’s several ways to watch the game at Parx Casino, 2999 Street Road, Bensalem.

The casino will provide a large outdoor space for game day action at Liberty Bell Beer Garden, which transforms from a closed indoor structure in winter to an outdoor beer garden with the glass ceiling panels and all the side walls retracting back.

The entire beer garden is being transformed into an outdoor space for Eagles games this season, and it’s back open as of this Friday, with a full menu of drinks at the bar and food from the Gastropub. Enjoy a rotating selection of all-American craft beers, wines and specialty cocktails at the all-season patio with a firepit, in addition to signature chef-inspired dishes and pub fare.

The roomy 7,600-square-foot space features socially distanced tables, and is adjacent to two patios featuring greenery, modern furniture and 10-foot-long firepits. For game days, there are two giant LED TV walls in the beer garden and there are sports betting kiosks for those who want to place a wager.

Inside, at the Parx Casino Sportsbook, watch all the game day action on the country’s first 155-foot TV screen. The dazzling 7,400-square-foot space features a sweeping 155-foot HD media wall that can show up to 36 games at the same time. Additionally, the state-of-the-art space features dozens of seats, three VIP areas and more. Open at 50 percent capacity.

Visit parxcasino.com/bensalem for more information.

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