An oil rig in the high limit area, an armadillo disco ball, cattle brand-inspired light sconces — Texas Station Gambling Hall and Hotel is home to the fiercely proud culture of the Lone Star State right in the heart of North Las Vegas.
All of these items and more have found a place at one time or another in Texas Station casino Las Vegas, including the first indoor movie theater in the area and a renovated Texas Station sportsbook.
The 47-acre resort, which opened in 1995 and now owned and operated by Station Casinos, has gone through many changes and expansions over the years, adding a convention center, bowling alley, new restaurants, and two wedding chapels. They always seem “ready and rarin’ to go” at Texas Station.
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Unlike the higher-end Aliante, which is another Station Casino in North Las Vegas, Texas Station is a low-budget venue right down to its sportsbook. Don’t expect fancy decor, luxurious linens and an impeccable setting at 2101 Texas Star Lane.
Texas Station is located right beside a Walmart Superstore and North Las Vegas Airport. This isn’t anything close to the upscale Grand Canal Shoppes or gaming floor at the Venetian on the famous Strip.
Players must be 21 years of age or older to wager anywhere in Nevada, including on Texas Station entertainment odds, esports betting lines or any other gaming, sports or artistic event available on the platform in Las Vegas.
The sportsbook here is split into two sections, which seems common with these casinos for locals. The racebook is on the left with the traditional row-by-row seating and the Texas Station casino sports betting is on the right with premium leather club chairs. Betting lines are posted daily by 8:30 a.m.
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The horseplayers share the main viewing wall with the sports bettors, with the left wall also filled with LED screens and horse racing’s big screen for live racing. Sports odds for all the daily events and futures are displayed on the main viewing wall below a bank of big screens and behind the betting windows.
Bettors can line up to wager on pro and college football, baseball, basketball, and hockey, as well as NASCAR, golf, tennis, and boxing. Or, they can take their action online.
Like all the other Boyd Gaming destinations in the Las Vegas area like Suncoast and Sam’s Town, players can sign up and wager on the B Connected sports app. But the platform, which is available on iPhone and Android devices, is only valid for Las Vegas sports betting in the state of Nevada. You won’t be able to take advantage of Texas Station online sports betting if you live anywhere else in the United States.
But the best bet in the room isn’t on a horse race or sporting event. It’s all about drinking for free here. There’s complimentary service for those on the horseplayers’ side, while a $20 bet is required from the sports players for a drink voucher. It’s a much better deal than what the mega-resorts require on the Strip — like the Cosmopolitan or Bellagio.
There are plenty of odds and games to choose from every day of the week at the Texas Station Las Vegas sportsbook. Expect a packed house and a lengthy queue at the betting windows for all the major championships, especially the Super Bowl and March Madness.
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Here are some of the sports to wager on at the land-based venue and Texas Station sportsbook online:
Here are some of the bets available on the Texas Station sports lines:
Texas Station online sports betting offers even more wagering options, especially on props and “in-play” wagering where odds and spreads change continuously as the sporting event unfolds. The betting lines can make drastic moves in “live betting,” which keeps punters focused on every play of the game.
Texas Station gambling hall is just a block away from the Fiesta Rancho hotel and casino and a few miles northwest of the Golden Nugget and the Fremont Street Experience. The resort has just 200 hotel rooms, which is the minimum required by law for an unrestricted gaming license, but there are hundreds of video poker and slot machines.
Texas Station is like most of the local resorts in the area in that it offers plenty of on-site parking, including two separate parking garages, free of charge.
The city’s public bus system does service Texas Station and the surrounding neighborhoods, but it’s not the most convenient route if you’re looking to travel any distance to other Vegas attractions like the Strip or the “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign. The best bet for your money is to rideshare on Uber or Lyft.
Texas Station offers four full-service restaurants with total seating for about 1,200 guests. These eateries have a variety of culinary choices, including the Feast Buffet which has seven different food stations. Cost, with players card, is $8 for breakfast, $10 for lunch and $12 for dinner. There are other buffet specials — like Fish Fry Fridays — throughout the week. Here are some other food options at Texas Station:
Station Casinos, including Texas Station, have the same rewards card for all 10 of its Las Vegas locations. It’s called My BoardingPass where cardholders earn points for casino play, horse and sports wagers, and poker. But your points and status credits also pile up on everything you spend money on at any Station resort, including restaurants, bars, concerts, bowling alleys, movie theaters, hotel stays, and spa experiences. Membership is free to join at any of the Station Casinos resorts. The entry-level status is called Preferred. From there, cardholders graduate to higher levels like Gold, Platinum, President, and Chairman. Points are accumulated from January 1 to June 30, and from July 1 through December 31. You keep your status for the remainder of the six months, plus the next six. The higher levels earn resort and cruise discounts, plus many other privileges and free play.
Texas Station, which opened a few decades ago with a fireworks show and special guests in the Dallas Cowboy cheerleaders, features a 120,000-square-foot casino with more than 1,800 video poker and slot machines. Visitors to this North Las Vegas location will also find about two dozen table games, with betting limits ranging from $3 to $1,000 on blackjack, craps, and roulette. Texas Station advertises 24/7 $5 blackjack tables, but that is pretty much the standard of most casinos not located on the Strip.
Texas Station was sold to Station Casinos by Texas native Frank Fertitta Jr. before it even opened in July 1995. It was the largest hotel-casino in North Las Vegas at the time. The six-floor, 200-room resort has been renovated many times, with the most recent in 2018.
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