Grab a jersey and start picking your most clever team name — it's fantasy football draft season. 

To help you host the best draft party ever, a few restaurants and sports bars are offering deals so all you have to do is show up.  

Buffalo Wild Wings: The sports bar wing chain has three different bundles available for a draft party that include wings, shareables and soda. Plus, two of the bundles include a card for the host that offers 15% off bills of $50 or more on Sundays for the entire season. 

Chickie's & Pete's: Bring your draft party and get a $10 bonus card, sit in a dedicated draft area and get a free draft board.

Dave and Busters: The restaurant and arcade has two packages available for draft parties. The Unlimited Package, available Aug. 19-30, gets you unlimited wings and video games for $19.99 per person. The 10% Off pacakge is available now until Sept. 5. You'll also get a free draft kit, free room rental and free Wi-Fi. 

Fox and Hound: Host your draft party at Fox & Hound and get special beer and food menu for your league, free Wi-Fi, reserved seating and draft kits. Plus, every member of your fantasy league will get a $10 off $25 coupon card every month of football season and playoffs. Register your party here. 

Hooters: Get a free draft kit containing more than $200 in merch and Hooters discounts when you register your league. 

Miller's Ale House: The $170 draft party package at Miller's includes 50 wings, five different sides and appetizers, six pitchers of Miller Lite, free Wi-Fi and a draft kit. The eight-person minimum, dine-in only deal is available until Sept. 4. Check if your location is participating here. 

Topgolf: The Fantasy Football Draft Party package includes space for eight to 16 guests, Wi-Fi and HDTV access, a shareable menu and a $120 bar tab credit. You can also add a round of Topgolf. Prices vary by location. 

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