Just when you thought Las Vegas had run out of ways to spin a wheel, along comes The High Roller – a giant Ferris wheel that, at 550 feet, is the tallest in the world. The High Roller opened March 31 and is the centerpiece of The Linq, a $550 million retail, dining and entertainment district on the Strip between the Flamingo Hotel and The Quad.
The observation wheel has 28 pods that can accommodate 40 people each. At full capacity, more than 1,100 people can ride The High Roller at the same time and enjoy a spectacular 360-degree view of the Las Vegas valley. The ride lasts 30 minutes, and each pod is equipped for video and musical presentations.
Ticket prices are $24.95 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and $34.95 from 6 p.m. to 2 a.m. An express pass is available for $59.95 if you don’t want to wait in line. There is also a one- and three-day flex pass for $44.95 and $54.95 respectively.
Don’t miss The High Roller on your next visit to Las Vegas. Getting there from Tahiti Village is easy. Just board our free Strip shuttle. The observation wheel is just across Las Vegas Boulevard from the Mirage, one of our two Strip drop-off locations.
Because this is a brand new attraction, Caesars Entertainment is currently not offering complimentary or discounted tickets to its timeshare partners. Your best chance at receiving a discount would be to check with a Total Rewards location at one of the Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas properties to see if they are providing any specials to their rewards club members. The rewards club is free to join and can be found in all Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas locations. We’ll be sure to let you know if and when Caesars enters into a High Roller ticket partnership with us.