Super Bowl Party Hosting Duties Decided by Setup?

Some parties are all about the people. You work the room and have a great time chatting with friends. Then others, like the ones centered around the upcoming Super Bowl, are all about the TV. So how do you decide who gets to host?

My group of friends all love to host people at their apartments. So when there's a big event coming up, the right to host usually goes to whoever can make a Facebook event and invite everyone first.

So it was no surprise when I got an invite last week to my buddy's place to watch the game. The problem is, he doesn't have the best home theater setup—a small screen without high-definition.

In our group of friends, we've got plenty of people with HDTVs, surround sound and generous seating. And, admittedly, I'd rather be watching the big game at their places. But he did offer to host first, so I—and the rest of the group—will be making the trek to watch with him.

But I wanted to ask our tech-savvy Unplggd readers: If you've got a group like me, how do your friends decide who gets to host the super bowl party? Let us know in the comments!

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Taryn is a writer, maker, and designer based in Atlanta, and editor of lifestyle blog Formal Fringe. She loves her fiance, her dog Bacon, and collecting beer koozies when she travels.

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