Las Vegas is known by many names: Sin City, the Entertainment Capital of the World, and the Gambling Capital of the World. So if you’re looking to be entertained by live shows and gaming, Las Vegas is the place to go.
It’s also the place for indulging in anything your heart desires. And if your heart desires playing some of the world’s best slot machines, then Vegas will be more than satisfactory. Consider this your guide to slots in Las Vegas.
Slots in Vegas
Slot machines have been around for more than a century, and they’ve come a long way since they were first invented. Although an exact number is hard to determine, it’s estimated that there are roughly 200,000 slot machines in the city. These slot machines are spread out among the more than 100 casinos in and around Vegas.
In Vegas you’ll find both old and new slot machines to appeal to all types of casino guests. Some guests want to play vintage-style games while others are looking for slots based on their favorite TV show. No matter what kind of slots you’re looking for, you’ll likely find them all here.
Types of Slot Machines
Slots are typically the biggest gaming attraction for tourists because they’re easy to learn, quick to play, and most of all, fun. But not all slots are alike in gameplay style, theme, or machine type. And there are many different types of slots to choose from.
Some of the slots you may find include single-coin machines, multiplier machines, wild play machines, buy-your-pay machines, multiple-payline machines, progressive jackpot machines, touch-screen machines, video machines, multi-game machines, Big Bertha machines, three-reel machines, and five-real machines. It may take some trial and error to figure out which types of machines you like playing best. But don’t be afraid to test them all out until you get the hang of things.
Slots also come in many different themes to appeal to players. You’ll usually find TV show and movie themes, but themes might also be based on traditional slots (like the fruit reels), legends, hobbies, or countries.
Where Are the Best Slots?
A lot of this depends on personal preference and the types of slots you’re looking for. If you’re looking for the top three are: Red Rock Casino, Resort & Spa (2,860 slots); Boulder Station Hotel & Casino (2,535 slots); and The Orleans Hotel & Casino (2,525 slots).
For classic and vintage slots, head to the D Las Vegas Casino or the Main Street Station Casino, Brewery & Hotel. At the Golden Nugget Las Vegas Hotel & Casino you’ll find oversized slot machines that will impress any player. The ARIA Resort & Casino is known for having the greatest variety of slots, including types of slots and themes. Circus Circus Hotel & Resort is a popular spot for those traveling with large groups of all ages because it provides both a variety of slots and non-slots entertainment.
What Are the Best Games to Play?
This also largely depends on personal preference, but some of the most popular slots include classic fruits, jewels, Egyptian, Asian, superhero, fantasy, and horror slots. More specific slots like Wheel of Fortune, Deal or No Deal, American Idol, Family Guy, Cleopatra, The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, and Blazing 7s are also very popular.
As for which types of games to play, that depends on your budget, how much time you have, and what types of bets you want to make. Slots are all about luck, so it’s impossible to develop a surefire strategy for winning. So the best games to play are whatever games you want to play — whatever catches your eye.
There are a lot of slots in Vegas, so it can take some time to figure out which slots you like and dislike, or which casinos are the best for the types of slots you want to play. But this guide should help you to get a head start!