High Roller Las Vegas

High Roller in Las Vegas is an excellent way to take in spectacular 360-degree views of the city.

Visitors get to relax in an air-conditioned cabin and savor the sights of the Las Vegas Strip and the surrounding areas from the world’s tallest observation wheel.

The Las Vegas High Roller has 28 air-conditioned cabins, each of which can accommodate 40 guests.


Hours: 2 pm to 12 am

Time needed: 45 mins

Day time tickets: $26

Anytime tickets: $38

Happy hour tickets: $65

Best time: Around sunset


High Roller is at the heart of Las Vegas’ LINQ Promenade, a lively open-air shopping, dining, and entertainment district.

It is part of the LINQ Hotel + experience, behind 3545 S Las Vegas Boulevard. Get Direction

High Roller Las Vegas tickets

There are two ways to experience the Las Vegas High Roller Ferris Wheel – guests can book the regular High Roller ticket or opt for the Happy Hour ticket.

With the Happy Hour ticket, you get a cabin with an open bar, bartender and unlimited drinks.

Why online tickets are better

It is better to purchase Linq High Roller tickets in advance because of three reasons – 

  1. Tickets at the venue are costlier than the online High Roller ticket
  2. You can avoid standing in the ticket counter queue, which can get long during the peak season
  3. Buying online helps you get your preferred time slot to go up

Once you make the purchase, the High Roller tickets get emailed to you—no need to take a printout. 

On the day of your visit, you can show the tickets on your smartphone and walk in. 

Online admission tickets for High Roller Ferris Wheel in Las Vegas are valid for three days – the day you selected while booking them and up to two days after.

High Roller ticket price

Linq High Roller cabin
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The daytime Linq High Roller tickets cost $27.57 for all visitors older than 13 years and $10.91 for kids aged four to 12. 

The nighttime High Roller tickets, also known as the Anytime Tickets, cost $40.08 for visitors older than 13 years and $21.40 for kids aged four to 12. Select Your Ticket

Kids aged three and under can enjoy the High Roller for free.

At the Las Vegas High Roller, daytime tickets are valid from noon till 6.59 pm, while the costlier nighttime tickets are valid from 7 pm till the attraction closes at midnight.

The High Roller Happy Hour tickets cost $65.50 for all visitors older than 21 years. 

Note: Guests younger than 21 years are not allowed in the Happy Hour cabins, because they have an open bar.

High Roller ticket discount

The best way to score a discount on the High Roller Ferris Wheel ticket is to visit between 2 pm to 6.59 pm.

When you purchase the daytime ticket and go up the High Roller between 12 pm (when it opens) and 6.59 pm, you save $12.5 on every adult’s ticket and $10 on every child’s ticket.

Las Vegas locals can get up to 20% off High Roller tickets. Show your valid Nevada ID at the box office. 

Linq High Roller happy hour tickets

Happy Hour tickets are also known as the High Roller all-you-can-drink tickets and get you access to the Happy Hour Cabins.

High Roller’s Happy Hour cabins include an open bar and bartender.

Guests can enjoy the views of Las Vegas and unlimited alcohol for 30 minutes, the time taken for one wheel rotation.

The Happy Hour cabins can accommodate ten guests at a time.

Guests must be 21 and older to ride in a High Roller’s open bar cabin.

The High Roller’s Happy Hour tickets cost $75.78 for all visitors.

Reviews of High Roller

Reviews about High Roller

High Roller in Las Vegas is a highly rated tourist attraction.

On Tripadvisor it is rated 4.5/5 and visitors especially raved about the pod and its smooth ride. Even people afraid of heights were able to experience it.

Tourists loved the Happy Hour. Both visiting at night and during the day are popular among visitors.

Most tourists loved seeing the Bellagio fountains, Eiffel Tower, and the Las Vegas Strip once they go up on the Ferris Wheel.

Wow what a view!
Go near sunset! The view with the pinks and orange sunset in the distance and then darkness falling and all the lights of the strip coming alive was awe-inspiring. The cars are so large, and the ride so slow and smooth that it’s not scary at all.

Formyjoy, North Carolina

Great view, nice price
We came just before midnight. Few people, very smooth experience and a great view over the strip. Beautiful City lights in the night. Next time, daytime – could be even greater, maybe.

Klaus, Austria

Other experiences near High Roller

Fly Linq Zipline

Fly Linq Zipline at Las Vegas
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Fly LINQ Zipline is the latest adrenaline-fueled attraction introduced in Las Vegas.

This adventure is Las Vegas Strip’s only zipline experience and won Tripadvisor’s Travellers Choice Awards in 2020.

In this experience, visitors zip down from 12 stories above the LINQ Promenade near Las Vegas Boulevard and end at the LINQ High Roller Ferris wheel.

Magic ReInvented

Mat Franco at Linq Hotel and Casino
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See the amazing Mat Franco perform his magical show at the LINQ Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.

Mat Franco won on the TV show ‘America’s Got Talent’ and is now bringing his unique and exciting style of magic to Las Vegas with his show called ‘Magic Reinvented Nightly.’

Mat Franco will make you laugh, and you will be amazed by his incredible tricks and illusions. He even gets the audience involved in the fun.

Bright Lights City Tour

Bright Lights Pink Jeep Tour
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On this popular tour, you ride the High Roller Ferris wheel, tour the Las Vegas Strip in an open-air Jeep Wrangler, and see famous sights like the “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign and Wedding Chapel Row.

A tour guide is always with you on this three-hour-long tour.

You also spend time at the Fremont Street Experience to enjoy the dazzling Light Show.

Frequently Asked Questions

Family enjoys High Roller
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Do you need to book High Roller tickets in advance?

While guests can get their Las Vegas High Roller tickets at the venue, you can avoid up to 15 minutes of waiting at the ticket counter queue if you purchase them online

During peak times, waiting time can go up to 30 minutes.

How much does it cost to ride the High Roller in Las Vegas?

The cost of the High Roller tickets varies depending on the time of your visit. 

If you want to visit before 5 pm, you must get the daytime High Roller Observation wheel tickets which cost $26.25 for all visitors older than 13 years and $10.25 for kids aged four to 12. 

The nighttime High Roller tickets cost $38.25 for visitors older than 13 years and $20.25 for kids.

How much is the High Roller for locals?

Residents of Nevada can avail of a 20% discount on tickets for the High Roller Observation Wheel at the box office. They must present a valid Nevada ID.

This price reduction for the locals is not available online.

What does a Linq High Roller ticket include?

Linq High Roller ticket includes a 30-minute ride on the Observation Wheel, offering fantastic views of downtown Las Vegas and Las Vegas Valley in every direction. 

The Happy Hour ticket includes unlimited alcohol and cocktails for 30 minutes. 

Are drinks free on the High Roller in Las Vegas?

If you book the Linq High Roller Happy Hour ticket, you get 30 minutes in the Happy Hour Cabins, with an open bar, bartender, and unlimited drinks.

The regular High Roller Las Vegas tickets don’t come with free drinks.

When is High Roller open?

Linq High Roller opens at 12 pm and closes at midnight every day of the week.

Is the High Roller air-conditioned?

Yes, all cabins of Las Vegas’ Observation Wheel are air-conditioned.

Is the High Roller free if you stay at The LINQ?

If you’re staying at the Linq Hotel, you can check in at the reception for discounted tickets. You may even get a free High Roller ride if you are visiting during the off-season.

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