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Discussion in 'The Sports Book' started by Bamalewie, Oct 22, 2012.

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  1. Bamalewie

    Bamalewie Tourist

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    Okay so the Palazzo(Legasse's stadium) is out because it's $100 in food/bev to sit for 1 game. What are the other good options for sportsbooks this weekend?
     
  2. JWBlue

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    Aria and Las Vegas Hotel would be my choices.
     
  3. shifter

    shifter Degenerate Gambler

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    i don't really care for Aria as it's pretty small and it's tough to get anywhere to sit. i was there on a saturday, showed my Noir card and they said sorry we're all full, you have to reserve at least a day in advance to get a seat. never had that happen at MGM or Bellagio.
     
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    JWBlue VIP Whale

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    I like MGM as well.

    It is not huge and has more of a sportsbook feel than Aria does.


    To the OP, the Las Vegas Hilton sportsbook is HUGE. Giant screens.

    I can be in the mood for all three.
     
  5. mike_m235

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    If you're at that end of the strip anyway, I like the book at the Mirage.

    The only thing that I don't care for at the MGM book is that it's right near the Stage Deli, which may be the worst food for the money in all of vegas.
     
  6. vegas!!!!!

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    I went to Bellagio for the 10 a.m. games on the 14th and was able to sit in the first row of seats right in the center of the room. Was given free drinks the entire three hours I was there with friends without so much as being asked if I was making a bet. It was a pretty good time, except the fact that my parlays all lost.
     
  7. winstoda

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    How early did you arrive to get seats on a football Sunday?
     
  8. tmaas21

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    I recommend the LVH. No drink tickets as of yet, just need a betting slip laying on the table the first time the gal comes around. Plenty of seating, and the ability to bet many props that you can't find elsewhere. On Sundays they open up the theatre for NFL --- it's a neat experience. FYI -- no free beer in the theatre, but good deals on it at the theatre bar.
     
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