Sportsbooks kind of fall into a grey area of casinos on the spectrum of "free" and paid drinks. That is, they can be "free", in that sports bettors will often get drink tickets for their wagers - just as players at slots and tables will get "free" drinks for the same reason. But they can also be paid, in that the sportsbooks have bars which you can buy drinks at - just as there are bars where you can buy drinks anywhere else. Since "free" drink rules on sportsbooks seem to have tightened up, it seems like going into a sportsbook with the expectation that you'll pay for a drink is a very safe assumption to make. Having said that, you're then at the mercy of that sportsbook's pricing. Which, as we know about casino bars, will either be very expensive ($10.99 plus tax for a mixed drink) or very cheap ($3 for a domestic beer). There isn't any in-between. So, my objective here is to find out which Las Vegas sportsbooks tend to have less expensive drinks. I realize that some people have their strategies of just bringing drinks in from outside. However - out of respect, I'd rather not go bringing in outside beverages to avoid buying the drinks like you're supposed to. Any insights here? Whether it's knowledge that one place tends to be reasonable, or even knowledge of specific deals - it will all be very much appreciated!