MGM Grand Offering Pacquiao-Cotto Closed Circuit Packages

The BoxingWatchers all enjoy the occasional gambling trip to Las Vegas or Atlantic City, so we are on mailing lists for a bunch of casinos. Every now and then something comes my way that is boxing-related, and that's the case today.

The MGM Grand is offering two different packages that include lodging and tickets to watch the Manny Pacquiao-Miguel Cotto fight on closed circuit television. One includes two nights in a deluxe room for $409, and the other features two nights in a junior suite for $449. Both packages include a $75 food and beverage credit and two comp admissions to Studio 54 or Tabu.

You can book up to November 11, so if you are on the fence about heading to Vegas for the fight, this sounds like a pretty sweet way to watch amongst other boxing fanatics at a decent price. I think this link should get you to the reservation page.

Posted by The Franchise

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