Nearly all Las Vegas casinos with table games deal roulette. It is the second most popular non-blackjack table game in the Las Vegas Table Game Survey behind baccarat.

There are four types of roulette in Las Vegas. The options are European, single zero, double zero and triple zero. The best game in terms of payback to players is European. This game has a 1.35% house edge on even money bets and 2.7% on all other bets. Single zero roulette is 2.7% for all bets. Double zero roulette has a house edge of 5.26%, while triple zero roulette is 7.69%.

All Las Vegas casinos that deal roulette have a double zero table. Some offer another version, too. A few Las Vegas Strip casinos deal three versions of the game.

Where to play roulette in Las Vegas

This section covers all four roulette games played in Las Vegas. It includes the minimum bet available. Note that triple zero roulette often has the same minimum bet as double zero. It is always better to choose the double zero roulette table in that scenario.

There are five Las Vegas casinos that deal roulette under $5. The lowest is a quarter. That is offered at Jerry’s Nugget in North Las Vegas. 

The list below is first sorted by the expected minimum bet, then by the number of zeros on the wheel. The minimum bet may be higher during peak hours. 

Las Vegas Roulette minimum bet

$1 

Double 0

  • Cannery
$2  

Double 0

  • Club Fortune
  • Jerry’s Nugget
  • Pass
  • Railroad Pass

$3 

Double 0

  • Gold Coast 
$5  

Double 0

  • Aliante
  • Arizona Charlie’s Decatur
  • El Cortez 
  • Ellis Island
  • Orleans 
  • Oyo 
  • Santa Fe Station
  • South Point 
  • Suncoast
  • Sunset Station

Triple 0

  • The Strat 
$10  

Single 0

  • Plaza

Double 0

  • Bally’s
  • Binion’s
  • Boulder Station 
  • California
  • Circus Circus 
  • Cromwell  
  • Downtown Grand
  • Flamingo
  • Four Queens
  • Fremont 
  • Golden Gate
  • Golden Nugget
  • Green Valley Ranch 
  • M Resort 
  • Margaritaville 
  • O’Sheas
  • Palace Station
  • Paris
  • Planet Hollywood
  • Plaza
  • Red Rock
  • Rio
  • Sahara
  • Sam’s Town
  • Silverton
  • The D 
  • The Strat
  • Treasure Island
  • Tropicana
  • Virgin

Triple 0

  • Binion’s
  • Circus Circus
  • Four Queens 
  • Bellagio 
  • Excalibur 
  • Flamingo
  • Golden Nugget 
  • Harrah’s
  • Luxor
  • Mandalay Bay 
  • Mirage 
  • New York-New York
  • Park MGM 
  • Planet Hollywood
  • Tropicana  
  • Wynn 
$15  

Double 0

  • Aria 
  • Bellagio
  • Caesars Palace 
  • Circa
  • Encore 
  • Excalibur
  • Harrah’s
  • Linq 
  • Mandalay Bay 
  • MGM Grand 
  • Mirage 
  • Palazzo 
  • Park MGM 
  • Resorts World
  • Westgate 
  • Wynn 

Triple 0

  • Aria 
  • Caesars Palace 
  • Cosmopolitan 
  • Linq 
  • MGM Grand 
  • Resorts World 
  • Westgate
$20  

Double 0

  • Palazzo
  • New York-New York 
  • Venetian 

Triple 0

  • Palazzo
  • Venetian

$25 

Double 0

  • Cosmopolitan 
  • Luxor 
$50  

European 

  • Treasure Island

Single 0

  •  Virgin

$100 

European 

  • Aria 
  • Bellagio 
  • Cosmopolitan
  • Encore
  • Mandalay Bay
  • MGM Grand
  • Mirage 
  • Red Rock 
  • Resorts World
  • Wynn 

Single 0

  • Caesars Palace
  • Palazzo 
  • Venetian

How to play roulette

Roulette is a game that has no skill to learn beyond how to bet. There are several ways to place a wager at a roulette table. The first three even money bets only lose half when the zero is called in European Roulette.

Red/black: This bet pays even money. It wins if the color bet on comes and loses if it is a zero or the other color. 

Odd/even: Wins if the choice comes and loses if it is the other one or zero.

High/low: Low numbers are 1-18. High numbers are 19-36. The bet loses if the other comes up or zero is called.

Columns: There are three columns at the bottom of a roulette felt. These pay 2:1 if the number in that column hits.

Dozens: Also pays 2:1 and includes the first, second or third dozen on the wheel.

Straight up: This is a bet on a single number. It pays 35:1.

Split: Covers two numbers next to each other on the felt. It pays 17:1.

Street: Three numbers in a row. It pays 11:1.

Corner: Covers four numbers that touch on he felt. It pays 8:1.

Line: Includes six numbers across two rows on the felt. It pays 5:1.

Las Vegas roulette FAQ

What is the minimum bet for roulette in Las Vegas?

While some locals casinos deal roulette for as low as a quarter, it is typically $5 at most casinos. It may be $10 to $25 along the central and southern parts of the Las Vegas Strip.

How many Las Vegas casinos have roulette?

There are 64 casinos in the Las Vegas market that deal roulette. 

Are all Las Vegas Strip roulette tables triple zero?

No. Most are not. Every Las Vegas casino that deals triple zero roulette also has double zero tables. The minimum bet is often the same. 

What is the house edge for single zero roulette?

The house edge for single zero roulette is 2.7%.

What is the house edge for double zero roulette?

The house edge for double zero roulette is 5.26%.

What is the house edge for triple zero roulette?

The house edge for triple zero roulette is 7.69%. 

What is European roulette?

European roulette is a single zero version with la partage. This means the even money wagers receive half back if the ball lands on zero.

Where can I play European roulette in Las Vegas?

Aria, Bellagio, Cosmopolitan, Encore, Mandalay Bay, MGM Grand, Mirage, Red Rock, Treasure Island and Wynn deal European roulette in Las Vegas. You may want to call a host to make sure the table will be open.

Where can I play single zero roulette in Las Vegas?

Caesars Palace, Cromwell, Palazzo, Plaza, Venetian and Virgin/Mohegan Sun deal single zero roulette in Las Vegas. 

Are there video roulette machines in Las Vegas?

Yes. Most large casinos have video or stadium roulette. The minimum bet can be anywhere from $1 to $5.

Last updated: June 26, 2021