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Top 4 Roller Coasters in Las Vegas

Ride these thrilling Las Vegas roller coasters.

1. The Big Apple Coaster

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The Big Apple Coaster at New York New York on The Strip is a thrilling ride! This roller coaster zooms around the hotel at 65mph, drops from a height of 200 feet, and features a loop.

The coaster is open daily; Monday through Thursday from 11 am to 11 pm, and Friday through Sunday from 11 am to midnight.

Tickets cost:

Regular rides

  • 11 am – 6 pm: $19
  • 6 pm – close: $23

Local rides (Fri – Sun only)

  • 1 – 9 pm: $14
  • 9 pm – close: $18

Repeat rides (same day)

  • $10 all day

Rides cost $19 from 11 am to 6 pm and $23 from 6 pm to close. Vegas locals receive discounted tickets at $14 from 1pm to 9pm and $18 from 9pm to close Friday through Sunday. Ride again and again for only $10.

Purchase tickets here.

2. X-Scream

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X-Scream at the top of the Strat is a non-traditional roller coaster. This ride hangs over 860 feet above the ground. You ll be catapulted over the edge of The Strat head first several times!

If you re brave enough, this ride is open daily Monday through Thursday from 2 to 10, Friday and Saturday from 12pm to midnight.

It ll cost you $29 to be thrown over the edge.

3. Canyon Blaster

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The Canyon Blaster coaster at Circus Circus Adventuredome zips around at 55 mph. This fast ride is the only indoor roller coaster in the world to feature a double loop and a double corkscrew!

To ride the roller coaster, you ll need to buy a ticket for the Adventuredome, which will give you access to all of the rides inside. Tickets cost $30 for kids and $60 for adults.

4. El Loco

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El Loco is also a roller coaster at the Adventuredome. This roller coaster climbs up 90 feet before dropping down, twisting, and turning upside down.

To access the roller coaster, you ll need to buy a ticket for the Adventuredome, which will give you access to all of the rides inside. Tickets cost $30 for kids and $60 for adults.

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