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In order to make the guide, anything north of the Treasure Island sportsbook to be included as the Northern part of the Las Vegas Strip. Included among the North Strip sportsbooks is the Stratosphere, although it is located more towards downtown Las Vegas.
Sportsbooks located in the North Las Vegas Strip are average or below. The only exception would be the Wynn Las Vegas, which has nice feedback and reputation I having a great overall experience. You will be able to place bets on all the sports action at any of these casinos.
The best overall sportsbook in the North Las Vegas Strip can obviously be found at the Wynn. This includes 135 seats and 152 TV’s. This set up allows bettors to fully enjoy the live sports, as well as being able to comfortably sit while watching and betting.
Northern Sportsbook Guide
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Northern Las Vegas Sportsbooks Information
Being open since 1968 not a lot has changed at Circus Circus. There are 80 seats in total, but only 30 are for the sports section. Otherwise, sports bettors will need to stand around their total of 32 TV’s, with just a few being big screen. All bettors can easily find the lines.
Palazzo has the most seats out of all the others on the Strip. It is owned and run by the Las Vegas Sands. Palazzo bettors won’t have any trouble finding an open seat. Sportsbook seats include all 600 on the floor. This makes it one of the largest places to house a sportsbook on the north end of the Las Vegas Strip. 600 sportsbook seats but only 100 TV’s can be found, but are placed in strategic points for the bettors benefit.
Riviera has been open since 1955 making it the oldest in the North Strip. It is also owned and run by the Las Vegas Sands. They are not the largest or most popular place to bet on sports. Avid bettors may not find an open seat, as it only has 36. The good thing is that there are plenty of TV’s to watch from.
Sportsbook at Stratosphere is quite average among the others. They have a good number of seats with 120. The bad part is that there are only 33 TV’s in total. You may be able to find an open seat, but you need to make sure that they are close enough to the TV’s to watch your bets.
Treasure Island is owned and run by Phil Ruffin and has kept it the same as the previous owner. It does have a big space, with a total of 122 seats and 82 TV’s that are plenty for the space they are placed in. They are an average sportsbook compared to others, but include the same sports.
Venetian offers sportsbook amenities that make it a nice place to bet. They have 148 TV’s, which outnumber their 118 seats. This lets bettors place their wagers and either have a seat or comfortably stand. The overall sportsbook is quite pleasant regardless of the fact that it may not be the best in Las Vegas.
Wynn boasts a highly rich sportsbook experience in Vegas. You will have to test it out. They have 135 seats available for their guests, and have enough TV’s to fully cover the floor, with 148. Bettors looking for a great experience in the North Strip of Las Vegas will need to go the Wynn, as they have the best reputation compared to the others. Bettors can make all of their big bets within the comfort of the casino.