The Wynn SportsBook is located inside the Wynn Las Vegas, which ranks near the top of every category tourists are looking for in a high-end resort.
Beautiful rooms, extravagant restaurants, outstanding entertainment, picturesque pool complex and superb Las Vegas betting.
Not a bad seat in this newly renovated house
Easily accessible within the Wynn resort
Latest betting technology for beginners or experts
If you’re staying at another resort, the Wynn is a hike
If you’re on a budget, this isn’t the place for you
The Wynn sportsbook broke the mold when it underwent an extensive renovation in the summer of 2017. Instead of the dark rooms and rectangular stadium seating like most of the MGM and Caesars properties, the Wynn lightened up the area, colored most of the decor red, and anchored flat-screen televisions around the entire room.
The Wynn Las Vegas sportsbook, which is located at 3131 South Las Vegas Boulevard, is now a five-star venue and one of the best sportsbooks on the entire Strip.
Wynn sportsbook hours are the same every day as the venue is open daily from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. Players must be 21 years of age or older to wager anywhere in Nevada, including on entertainment and esports betting lines.
There’s a huge centrally located bar at the back of the room, which seems to be another theme with the modern sportsbook — like Caesars Palace and the Venetian. And there are three different sets of seating for about 200 guests.
The circular seating at the front of the room is split into two sections, with individual seats, monitors and desks on the right side for horse racing enthusiasts and nice, plush red chairs on the left side and behind the horse racing section for sports bettors.
At the back of the Wynn sports betting area against the bar are numerous group areas with seats and couches. Even if one of the seats doesn’t face the main 1,600-square-foot wraparound LED wall at the front of the room, there are so many big screens in this theater that you are bound to have a great view of all the action.
Wynn Las Vegas sportsbook odds are posted throughout the LED wall. The size of the Wynn sports lines is a little small, but there are hard copy printouts available for all the daily events and future betting in the NFL, MLB, NBA, and NHL.
Wynn sports betting even allows players to take their action online with the Wynn Mobile Sports App. Simply download the app to your Android or iOS device and complete the mobile wagering application. Go to one of the numerous betting stations and the Wynn sportsbook will get you started.
Wynn online sports betting is only available in the state of Nevada. You won’t be able to make a bet on the app if you head home and live in another state.
Before we leave this venue, we have to deal with the No. 1 question asked at the mega-resorts: “Can I get a free drink?”
The Wynn is a little more generous than the other high-end spots on the Strip like the Cosmopolitan and Mandalay Bay. The soft rules for a complimentary drink are at least $150 on sports and $20 on horses.
Charlie’s Bar & Grill, which offers a prime seat for the sportsbook and main casino floor, debuted as part of the remodeled sportsbook. What’s on the menu? Think casual fare for the sports crowd.
Even if you’re not staying at this luxurious location, it’s worth a visit to experience the atmosphere here. Just don’t be late for an NFL game. You won’t get a seat.
Bettors will find Wynn sportsbook odds available for the following sports:
Here are some of the bets available at the land-based Wynn sportsbook:
There are even more betting options listed on the Wynn sportsbook online through the mobile app, including “in-play wagering” where betting lines are listed for games already in progress. The odds keep changing throughout the game to the final score.
Guests and casino players at the Wynn are free to join the rewards program called Red Card. Members earn points and tier credits from the gaming machines and table games to qualify for benefits such as free shows and dining credits.
Other Red Card rewards include free slot play, invitations to events and promotions, exclusive room rates, spa services, and entertainment, and the guarantee of no hidden fees.
New members can sign up for an account online and then activate the card on your first visit at the Red Card Club desk on the main casino floor.
Like all the other reward cards available on the Strip, cardholders will receive more lucrative offers and comps based on the amount of money wagered and the duration of play at either the Wynn or Encore casinos.
Your Red Card also doubles as your room key at the resort.
There are two magnificent, unmistakable towers on this 215-acre property — Wynn and Encore — which includes a challenging 18-hole golf course, beach club, multiple theaters, luxury shops and boutiques, glass ceiling atrium, and the list goes on and on. The independently owned and operated resort is located on the east side of Las Vegas Boulevard at the north end of the Strip, with the Venetian-Palazzo complex to the south. The Wynn may be a bit far from the action on the Strip, but this venue has it all for your VIP experience.
Unlike most of the Caesars and MGM properties which are now charging huge fees for parking, the Wynn gives guests and visitors a break with free self-parking.
Ride share programs — like Uber and Lyft — are the best option for visitors to Las Vegas, especially for those staying at the Wynn. The services are typically about two-thirds the cost of a taxi fare. Ride share programs post your price before you even enter the vehicle. Traffic and distance to the Wynn doesn’t even matter once you accept the cost on your mobile device. There are other public services available, including taxis and transit system.
It goes without saying that a world-class resort would have world-class restaurants. And the Wynn is no exception.
Many of their fine dining spots rank in the top five per cent on TripAdvisor, including such names as La Cave, Wing Lei, and Mizumi. Even the buffet, with 15 live cooking stations, earns a top rating.
Here are some of the other notable names at the Wynn, which has more Forbes Travel Guide four-star award-winning restaurants than any other resort in North America:
At its opening in April 2005, the Wynn was the tallest hotel building on the Strip. It was a record which lasted two years. Unlike the Bellagio and Mirage where visitors view sidewalk attractions from the outside, the Wynn is constructed so that visitors enter the building to view the attractions like the large, curtain waterfall behind a mountain which faces the Strip. The hotel has 45 floors, with the 2,716 rooms ranging from 640 square feet to villas at 8,900 square feet.
The massive 189,000-square-foot casino at the Wynn features all the latest slots, video poker machines, and table games. Everything is pristine here, although the gaming area can get a bit smokey with the large show and convention crowds.
There is a lot of walking room and space on the main casino floor that houses about 2,000 slot and video machines. And complimentary drinks are often offered to players, especially during the quiet periods of the day.
The Wynn offers a great selection of table games, which also include: Let It Ride, Three Card Poker, Crazy 4 Poker, Ultimate Texas Hold’em, Casino War, Fortune Pai Gow Poker Progressive, Pai Gow Tiles, High Card Flush, and the Big Wheel.
There is also a large, secluded high limit room near the spa elevators. The minimums for the table games start at $100, with baccarat even higher at $300 a hand. There is also a high limit slots room, located near the south entrance of the resort.