Mandalay Bay
Quick Facts
About Mandalay Bay
Don’t worry about a lack of space or screens when visiting the Mandalay Bay sportsbook.

The room seats 300 guests, but you won’t have to strain for a view with an overwhelming amount of television screens. There are 84 different televisions: one mega screen on the main wall, 16 big screens, twenty-two 27-inch monitors and forty-five 9-inch individual televisions.

The room is spacious but not overwhelming. It’s normally packed to capacity during football season, but a crowded house gives it more energy. Grab a drink at the full-service bar in the sports book area, or a bite to eat at the Turf Club Deli snack bar.

Keep an eye out for A-list celebrities and other VIPs, as these groups frequent this book. The sportsbook and staff are able to handle anyone from a high roller to a hobo, and provide that Old-School Vegas feel.

Betting Options: 

All major pro and college sports are on the board with numerous betting options outside of sides and totals. Daily lines as well as futures and an assortment of prop bets are always available, and the book accepts some of the largest wagers in town.

Horse racing has its own VIP section inside the book with unique betting scenarios. In addition, boxing is always popular at the Mandalay Bay hotel-casino, as it has hosted some of the best boxing matches in Las Vegas history.
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