Top 10 Best Sportsbooks In Las Vegas

Westgate Las Vegas

Las Vegas is home to some of the best sportsbooks in the world, and the Westgate SuperBook sits at the top. Inside the Westgate Casino sits the 25,000 square foot sportsbook which features some of the best-LED screens you will see in any book in Las Vegas. On any given football weekend this place will be packed to the point where it feels like you are at the biggest game. Another big draw of the SuperBook is the vast amount of odds they offer compared to other establishments. Whether you are looking for some fun props or a basic spread bet, this is the place you need to visit if you want the best sportsbook experience.

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Wynn Las Vegas

The Wynn is home to one of the most recently renovated sportsbooks in the city. The book is now home to “state-of-the-art technology, a sophisticated design, and a new restaurant”. It is home to plush lounge seating and one of the main draws is the new 1,600 square foot wraparound LED screen that allows everyone in the place to see all the action. Like the Westgate, this place gets jammed packed and if you love to interact with the people like you are at a real sporting event, you have your go-to spot right here. 

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Caesars Palace 

The Caesars Palace Casino in Las Vegas is one of the most prestigious places on the strip, and their sportsbook is no different. With plush seating all around the area and with a custom-built 143 foot LED screen and state of the art sound this is one of the best places around to catch a game. It might not offer some of the flairs you see at other books, but this gets it done and for a bettor looking to walk up with easy access to ticket windows this is a great option. If you are into horse racing Caesars Palace also offers 65 private booths with 12 inch TVs for you to catch all of the action.

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The Mirage

The BetMGM sportsbook at the Mirage has long been one of the hot spots in town. The sportsbook offers multiple 85 foot HD projector screens and has everything you are looking for in a good place to watch a game. The location in the casino is great and they offer tons of deals and VIP experiences. VIP “owner’s boxes” start at $50 and give you unlimited drinks, which is a great deal if you are strapping in for an entire NFL Sunday of betting. This sportsbook isn’t as large as some others but it still gives people what they are looking for.

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The Venetian

When people think of sportsbooks the Venetian probably isn’t the first thing that comes to mind, but it offers people who don’t want the big crowds or atmosphere of the Westgate a place to go. The Venetian still offers a top-notch viewing experience in their 10,000 square foot sportsbook which is run by CG Technology. There is 118 seat available to be reserved and full-service kiosks located across the casino floor so you can make your bet whenever is the most convenient. There isn’t much seating other than the racebook style in front of a smaller monitor but that shouldn’t stop you from coming to check this place out.

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South Point

The South Point Casino isn’t located on the strip but that doesn’t mean it can’t be a place for you to go check out. The book is open 24/7 and features some of the best deals in Vegas. Because it is an off-strip hotel price are very reasonable for food/beverage and there is tons of seating for you to enjoy the game with some of your friends or other bettors. It is the home to sports betting network VSIN and features tons of bets that attract both the experienced and non-experienced. This is a no-thrills book that gets the job done and has become more and more popular among locals and tourists in recent years.

The Book at the LINQ

The Book at the LINQ is a different sportsbook experience from something you would see. This is targeted towards a more millennial audience and bets are all placed through the Caesars Sports app. You and your group can rent a “fan cave” which features a 98 inch TV and two 49 inch TVs where you can watch a game, play video games, among many other things. These fan caves come with bottle service and food and is different from anything you can do in Vegas sports-wise. If you want a better group experience that’s going to different than a traditional sportsbook this is a place you should go check out.

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Cosmopolitan

The Cosmopolitan is one of the newest and “trendiest” hotels on the strip and its sportsbook is more of the same. It is powered by CG Technology and isn’t what you would normally expect from a sportsbook at a hotel of this size. Most of the seating is lounge style and the venue features a square bar in the center with scrolling scores for you to check out above. The seating area isn’t very large but when there is a big game on the place fills up and is a lot like viewing a game at a bar but with everyone’s money on the line. If you want more of an experience as opposed to a sit down casual spot, this is a place you should check out, especially given its prime location.

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Aria

The Aria Sportsbook is powered by BetMGM and is one of the best places for a good viewing experience. The area is condensed but there is not a bad seat in the house and all the seating is plush and built for you to sit and take in games all day. Given the size you will need to show up early or reserve a place if you want a spot but if you do this is a place you can stay at for hours. Also, you won’t have to wait in line here because if you want to place a bet fast they have multiple betting stations for you to make your wager quick and easy. Food and drinks can get a little pricey but if you are at the Aria that’s probably not the first thing on your mind.

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Bellagio

The Bellagio is one of the best and biggest hotels in town so it is no surprise to see their sportsbook be one of the best as well. If you come here you will see a lot of people who are throwing large amounts of money on single games and you could feel a bit out of place at times. But the venue as a whole is very nice even if it’s a bit older than some of the other places on our list. The seats aren’t abundant but if you do find one they are nice and you should have no issues having a good time. If you want to put some big money down and watch a couple of games this is a place you should check out.

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