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Las Vegas High Roller
For one of the best views in Las Vegas, try the world’s largest observation wheel aka the High Roller at The LINQ. At 550 feet tall, this family-friendly attraction offers LED light shows and 360-degree views of the Las Vegas Valley make for a ride you don’t want to miss.
Located at The LINQ Promenade across from Caesars Palace, the Las Vegas High Roller is easy to get to by foot, car or Las Vegas Monorail.
Discounted Las Vegas High Roller Tickets
- Las Vegas Locals Discounts – Tickets to the High Roller will be 50 percent off all day on Tuesdays with a Nevada ID.
- Las Vegas Groupon Discounted Tickets
- Las Vegas LivingSocial Discounted Tickets
- High Roller discounted tickets on TripAdvisor
Las Vegas High Roller Ticket Prices
Please note that the Las Vegas High Roller ticket price changes from daytime to nighttime at 5:00 PM.
- Daytime ride ticket: $26.95
- Nighttime ride ticket: $36.95
- Youth pricing (ages 13-17): $16.95 daytime ride
- Youth pricing (ages 13-17): $26.95 nighttime ride
- Children 12 and under are always free
- Happy Half Hour – Day: $37, includes a ride with open bar
- Happy Half Hour – Night: $52, includes a ride with open bar
- Annual passes are $79 for adults and $49 for youth ages 13-17
- There is a local discount with valid ID
Las Vegas High Roller Hours
The Las Vegas High Roller opens at 11:30 AM and closes at 2:00 AM daily.
Las Vegas High Roller Parking
Both self-parking and valet parking is available.
Save time and use The LINQ’s valet, which is conveniently located just a few steps away from the wheel entrance by driving east on Flamingo Road (away from the Strip), turn left on LINQ Lane. It’s just before The LINQ’s back entrance.
Self-parking lot is a quick walk behind the wheel. The lot is located off Flamingo and Linq Lane, with another entrance off Koval and Winnick, east of Las Vegas Boulevard.
Discounted Activities and Dining Near the High Roller
Las Vegas High Roller Overview
Measuring 520 feet in diameter, the High Roller eclipses both the London Eye and Singapore Flyer.
Facing north and south (parallel to Las Vegas Boulevard), the wheel takes 30 minutes to complete one full revolution and features 28 glass-enclosed cabins with broad views of the Las Vegas Valley. Plan for your total time to be approximately one hour as you will need about a half an hour to enter and exit your cabin.
Each spherical cabin can hold up to 40 people and has benches on either side of the cabin, with plenty of floor space in between.
Las Vegas High Roller Tips
- Go the restroom prior to boarding as you are “stuck” until the wheel has returned your cabin to the docking area for to deboard.
- If you’re all about sightseeing, book your ride right at sunset or nighttime.
- Previous riders say that standing at the right side of the cabin offers the best views.
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