Home » Blog » Las Vegas Sports Books Review – Part 4

Las Vegas Sports Books Review – Part 4

Hey, all. Glad you’re back for this fourth and final installment of Las Vegas Sports Books reviews.

We covered the megabooks, one super book, and what makes all these must-gos when you visit Vegas. (If you missed it, since it is that time of year, we outlined where to watch March Madness here.)

And I wouldn’t call this the best of the rest, because personally, I tend to gravitate old school anyway, away from the crowds. Not only can you find some great deals at some of the smaller-crowd sports books as they try to garner patrons, but it allows a man to think, make the right call in the heat of the moment and just watch the game.

Go get your leisure suit and rent yourself a Ferrari because we’re going old school on these Las Vegas sports books.

Circus Circus Las Vegas

Like the James Bond movie that featured Circus Circus, “Diamonds are Forever,” this casino is a timeless icon with a sports book that doesn’t disappoint.

With a fresh renovation sporting a 103″ screen in addition to a wall full of 32″ HDTVs, plush, leather seating, this sports book is super cozy and a great place to watch a game.

The staff is friendly and always available to help you bet on everything from the horses and greyhound races to all of the major sports and the place is a ton of fun.


Enjoying more name changes in recent years than the Artist Formerly Known as Prince (R.I.P.), the LINQ is an old-school sports book with a contemporary look. Six rows of armchairs sit theater-style in front of a giant screen of TVs where you can sit back and relax and just watch the game.

And when the game is over, don’t miss out on Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar … because this:

I know this is a sports blog, but that needs to be shared.

Monte Carlo / Score

You can usually find a spot to watch the game at Monte Carlo’s sports book. It was given an update recently to upgrade the seating options to accompany a ridiculously huge screen and betting ticker.

Monte Carlo offers everything from racing to straight up sports bets, totals, money lines, to teasers, as well as the house exclusive “Money Line Card,” where all you have to do is pick the game winner.

Go forth and Prosper – Vegas Sports Books are Waiting

So there you have it. Really hope our Las Vegas sports books review comes in helpful next time you’re in Vegas and either looking to go big and watch the game from a skybox like you’re Jay-Z, or hunker down in a cozy sports book and just win big.

Good luck and be sure to shout out your favorite sports book in the comments section!

Here’s the links if you missed part 1,  2, or 3.

By Chris Sharp, Certified 12-Time Veteran of Las Vegas March Madness and Sports Wagering

  • 100%