What are your top 5 best Vegas sportsbooks and why?

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Wynn...is probably the best sports book for me...Hot waitresses..lots of seating etc...2nd is Venetian.....However...I only go there on weekdays and avoid it on weekends when in Vegas...
 
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This is going to be different for everyone.  Best sportsbook is likely Westgate.  But westgate is a ways from everything/not on the strip.  

spending some time in the pits?  want easy/cheap food while you're gamblin?  want to be able to move to a different casino at ease?  These are all determining factors too, imo.

if you're doing all this on a budget then I'd go with casino royale.  Low limits and a food court all within a very small area.

going bigger?  I'd go with venetian

yuge money?  wynn, encore, bellagio likely more your speed

hate crowds/don't need to be on the strip?  how about the M
 
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Westgate has the best screens and most prop bets

South Point - open 24 hours and the best with drink tix

 

 

 
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Westgate and Aria for me. At Aria about 2 nights a week. 

 
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Quote Originally Posted by ThePhxOracle:

Westgate and Aria for me. At Aria about 2 nights a week.

Didnt say why. Westgate for the same reasons as others.  It’s huge, comfortable environment.  Free parking and park out back you walk right in.

Aria - I like how it’s quiet, away from the casino. Relatively close to parking ie. you don’t have to trek through the entire casino to get to it. Doesn’t get too busy during the week, except when conventioners decide to have happy hour there after, but it’s been seldom.  It’s smaller so they aren’t showing as many games as Westgate and depending where you sit you can’t really see all the TVs, but if you have 1 select game your watching and it’s a marquee matchup, it’ll be on the bigger screens. 

 
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thanks guys

another question.....what books are the Italians at?
 
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I like the Mirage, ample seating, polite ticket writers, good drink service.

 
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Ballys or Linq
 
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Hopefully the ones opening in Ohio in the next year. an_cheers

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