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High Roller Happy Hour tickets, prices, discounts, open bar cabins


High Roller Observation Wheel at the LINQ Promenade offers two experiences – the regular High Roller and Happy Hour tickets. 

While the regular ticket gets you 30 minutes in one of the LINQ High Roller cabins, the High Roller Happy Hour ticket also offers an open bar, unlimited drinks, and a bartender.

During this one-of-a-kind cocktail experience, visitors sip cocktails while enjoying majestic 360-degree views of the Las Vegas Strip and beyond.

High Roller Happy Hour at the LINQ is one of the most popular activities in Las Vegas amongst couples and youngsters.

This article covers everything you must know before buying High Roller Happy Hour tickets.

Things to know before booking tickets

You can book tickets for the High Roller Happy Hour Las Vegas online in advance or at the attraction.

Online tickets are usually cheaper than those sold at the venue.

When you buy online, you can avoid the long queues at the attraction’s ticket counters.

Because the attraction has limited tickets, they may sell out during peak days. So, booking early helps avoid last-minute disappointments.

To book tickets, go to the ticket booking page and select the number of tickets and your preferred date and type.

Once you purchase tickets, they get delivered to your email address.

There is no need to get printouts of the ticket.

You can show the e-ticket on your smartphone at the entrance.

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High Roller Happy Hour tickets are also known as all-you-can-drink tickets.

The cabins include an open bar and bartender and are available to visitors for 30 minutes – the time taken for one wheel rotation.

These cabins can accommodate ten guests at a time.

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

Cost of tickets

The Standard Full Price tickets cost US$67, and Peak Full Price tickets cost US$70 for all visitors above 21. 

The attraction offers no discounts for seniors, students, or disabled visitors. 

Standard Full Price: US$67
Peak Full Price: US$70

Since younger visitors cannot board the Happy Hour Cabins, they can purchase the regular High Roller tickets.

The daytime High Roller tickets cost US$28 for all visitors older than 13 years and US$12 for kids between four and 12.

You must select the appropriate ticket on the booking page.

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Happy Hour timings

LINQ High Roller stays open from 12 pm to 12 am every day of the week.

The last ride starts at 11.30 pm. 

If you buy regular High Roller tickets, please note that daytime tickets do not give you access to the High Roller after 5 pm. If you prefer to go at night, you must book any-time ticket.

Nighttime Happy Hour

Many tourists think they must purchase a different ticket if they want to ride the High Roller’s Happy Hour pod at night. 

Thankfully, that’s not the case. 

Once you purchase a ticket, you can visit the attraction anytime on the selected date. 

How long does Happy Hour last

One rotation of the Linq High Roller lasts 30 minutes, which means all guests spend half an hour in Happy Hour cabins.

During this half-hour, visitors can order as many drinks as they want from the open bar within the cabin. 

When you book your open bar tickets in advance, you skip the lines, scan your tickets on the smartphone, and get in.

However, if you decide to purchase your tickets at the venue, you may need 20 to 30 minutes more before you can line up to enter the pod. 

This additional time depends on the time, day of the week, and the season. 

Best time for Happy Hour experience

If you plan to book the Happy Hour at the LINQ, it is best to visit after the sun has gone down and Las Vegas is all lit up. 

It would help to board the observation wheel at least half an hour after sunset so that all the lights and neon signs would come up. Sunset times

Some tourists plan their visit to the top of the High Roller to coincide with the Bellagio fountains below.

The multicolored Bellagio Fountains are charming when dark, and your High Roller pod has reached the top.

The Bellagio Fountains perform every 30 minutes until 8 pm, followed by every 15 minutes until midnight.

What to expect

Everybody has a happy hour on the Las Vegas Strip, but only the very special ones manage a happy hour above the Strip. 

During High Roller Happy Hour in Las Vegas, you will hop in a climate-controlled pod and enjoy access to a full bar for the entire 30-minute revolution. 

Visitors enjoy stunning 360-degree vistas of the Las Vegas strip and beyond while sipping cocktails from as high as 168 meters (550 feet) in the air.

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. 

Happy Half Hour pods can accommodate up to ten guests.

Since the cabin serves alcoholic drinks, only visitors above 21 can participate.

Is High Roller Happy Hour worth it

High Roller’s Happy half-hour includes a ride in a cabin with an open bar and bartender to serve you drinks. 

At US$67 per person, the ticket costs US$27 more than the regular High Roller Anytime ticket (US$40). 

Despite the high cost, the unique Las Vegas experience is totally worth it. 

The bartender cannot pour your next drink until everyone in the pod has had at least one.

As a result, the fewer guests in the cabin, the better it is for you. 

Anyway, there is an upper limit of ten 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 and more than a minute to make a cocktail. 

The cabin serves unlimited liquor, beer, wine, and cocktails for 30 minutes for only US$27 more than the regular ticket price.

More alcohol

The experience is better at night, with the stunning Las Vegas views, which is why cabins have more guests after dark.

If you don’t mind missing the glittering Las Vegas skyline at night, try the Happy Hour experience during the daytime. 

You may miss the gorgeous lights but will receive superior bar service during your visit.

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