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Where to watch Mayweather v. Pacquiao in NOLA

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The biggest fight of the century (alright, we're only 15 years into this) is Saturday night in Las Vegas when Floyd Mayweather takes on Manny Pacquiao. The pay-per-view price is steep, a record $99. The previous high was $74.95

If you don't want to shell out a near $100 for "the fight," I called around the metro area to find out who will and won't show the "big one".

Harrah's gives you two spots for Mayweather-Pacquiao: Masquerade, a club inside the casino, at $40 general admission. Manning's is $45 general admission, which includes two drink tickets. If you get a table at Manning's it's $90 a person, but it comes with free drinks throughout the fight.

Buffalo Wild Wings in Metairie, 3434 Veterans Blvd., is charging $21.75. The Westbank and Elmwood locations of Wild Wings are not showing it.

Twin Peaks in Metairie, 4436 Veterans Blvd., going with $20 admission. Twin Peaks Westbank not showing it.

Bruno's Tavern, 7538 Maple St. Uptown, $25.00 per person and first drink is free. Parties of eight or more can reserve tables in advance, while they last. 

Fox and Hound in Elmwood, 1200 S. Clearview Pkwy., has two payment options open as of Wednesday. VIP Room is $100, that's a buffet and alcohol service. General admission is $25-30, still deciding on the final number.

J&K Bar in Algiers, 3700 General Meyer Ave., $30 advance and $35 at the door. Both include free drink. Pop-up kitchen on site.

After Dark Sports Bar in Gretna, 419 LaPalco Blvd., is charging $20 presale, or $30 at the door. Includes free food. Presale call 421-2248.

Bars in the area not showing the fight:

Cooter Browns, Walk-Ons, Finn McCool's, Fat Harry's, Hooters, to name a few.

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