High Roller Observation Wheel at the LINQ Promenade offers two experiences – the regular High Roller ticket and the Happy Hour ticket.
Visitors in the Happy Hour Cabins sip on cocktails even as they enjoy majestic 360-degree views of the Las Vegas Strip and beyond.
During this half-hour, visitors can order as many drinks as they want from the open bar within the cabin.
Happy Half Hour pods can accommodate up to twenty-five guests.
From the Happy Hour High Roller cabins, you admire the neon-lit cityscape with a drink in hand while listening to a funny narrator share exciting trivia and the history of Las Vegas.
The narration is timed to point out the region’s landmarks as they appear during the High Roller’s rotation.
Cost of High Roller Happy Hour ticket
High Roller’s Happy Hour tickets are priced at $$75.78, and since the cabin serves alcoholic drinks, only visitors above 21 years can participate.
On Happy Hour tickets, High Roller doesn’t offer any discounts for seniors, students, or disabled visitors.
Happy Hour Timings
High Roller in Las Vegas is open from 12 pm to midnight throughout the week.
The last ride starts at 11.30 pm.
Since High Roller Happy Hour tickets are not timed, you can visit the attraction anytime during the open hours.
If you plan to buy the regular High Roller ticket, get the daytime ticket if you want to visit between 12 pm and 6.59 pm.
If you plan to visit after 7 pm, select the nighttime ticket (also known as anytime ticket) on the ticket booking page.
Best time for Happy Hour
If you plan to book High Roller Happy Hour Cabin at the Linq, it is best to visit at least half an hour after the sun has gone down.
That’s when the whole of Las Vegas is lit up, and the neon signs have started glittering.
Some tourists plan their visit to the top of the High Roller to coincide with the Bellagio fountains below.
The Bellagio Fountains perform every 30 minutes until 8 pm, following which they perform every 15 minutes until midnight.
Alcohol options in the cabin
The Happy Hour Cabins have an upper limit of 25 visitors per cabin.
Even if you end up with a full cabin, it is not something to worry about because the bartenders are very professional and don’t take more than 30 seconds to pour a drink.
The High Roller Happy Hour cabin serves unlimited liquor, beer, wine, and cocktails for 30 minutes for around $30 more than the regular ticket price.
Bud Light, Miller Lite, Coors Light, etc., are some beers served in the moving bar.
As for hard liquor, Jim Beam, Jack Daniels, Absolute, Skyy, Bacardi, Malibu, Beefeater, Sauza Tequilla, etc., are available.
Bartenders are also quick in mixing up your cocktail if you prefer.
Insider Tip! Visitors can grab a drink at the end of their High Roller ride and take it with them.
FAQs about Happy Hour at High Roller
The High Roller Happy Hour ticket costs $75.78 for all visitors above 21 years. Participants below 21 years are not allowed in the Happy Hour cabins.
The High Roller Happy Hour package includes fascinating views from one of the High Roller pods and unlimited drinks and cocktails for about 30 minutes.
Unfortunately, High Roller doesn’t offer discounts on its Happy Hour Open Bar tickets.
Tourists can purchase the Las Vegas High Roller Happy Hour tickets at the venue or get them online. Since the tickets are cheaper online, and you can avoid the ticket counter lines, we recommend you purchase them online in advance.
Tickets for Happy Hour at Linq High Roller are non-refundable and cannot be changed for any reason. If you cancel or ask for an amendment, the amount you paid will not be refunded. However, if it is canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund.
You can buy the High Roller Open Bar tickets online or online. We suggest you get them online.
Yes, if you buy the Happy Hour Open Bar tickets, unlimited drinks are included in the ticket price.
Yes, guests can bring outside beverages on the Las Vegas High Roller. However, glass, coolers, and cases are not permitted.
The Anytime High Roller ticket costs $42.60, and for just $33 more, you can buy the Anytime High Roller Open Bar ticket, which gets you unlimited drinks for half an hour.
Each revolution of the High Roller lasts for 30 mins, and the guests in Happy Hour cabins get unlimited drinks for this duration.
The High Roller’s bar menu includes whiskey, rum, vodka, tequila, and beer. But the bartenders are quick in mixing up your preferred cocktail as well.
Yes, two benches with a seating capacity of eight people each are available in each pod. You can sit down and drink or pick up a spot near the top-to-bottom glass wall to enjoy the views.
During the half-hour, visitors can order as many drinks as they want from the High Roller open bar within the cabin.
The bartender can pour your second drink in the High Roller cabin bar only after everyone in the pod has had at least one. Even if you end up with a full cabin, you don’t need to worry about delays because the bartenders don’t take more than 30 seconds to pour a drink.
The Happy Hour experience lasts one revolution of the Ferris Wheel – that’s 30 minutes.
The upper limit for the Happy Hour cabin is 25 people. But the maximum limit is not reached often.
Guests must be 21 years or older to enter the Happy Hour Cabin of the Linq High Roller.
The Happy Hour starts at noon and goes on till midnight. The last ride goes up at 11.30 pm.
There is no dress code to enter the High Roller’s Open Bar cabins. You can be dressed as you please.
There are no restrictions on photography or filming on the High Roller.
The Happy Hour experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund.
High Roller Happy Hour tickets are anytime tickets, which means you don’t need to select any time slots while booking. They can be used anytime from noon to midnight.
Yes, the Happy Hour cabins have ramps for access and stop long enough for wheelchair-borne visitors to get in.