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Ride the High Roller wheel for under $20; prices dropped for summer

EDC 2014: Maverick Helicopter Flight

L.E. Baskow

A view of the High Roller at the Linq from a Maverick Helicopter on the way to opening night of the Electric Daisy Carnival on Friday, June 20, 2014, at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

High Roller Observation Wheel Opens to Public

People ride in cabins of the 550-foot-tall High Roller observation wheel Monday, March 31, 2014. The observation wheel, the tallest in the world, is part of the Linq project, a $550 million development by Caesars Entertainment Corp. The ride is now open to the public. Launch slideshow »

Tickets to ride the world’s tallest observation wheel now carry a cheaper, summertime price tag.

When the High Roller at the Linq opened in late March, tickets ranged from $24.99 to $59.99.

Here’s a look at the new summertime rates, which run through Sept. 1:

• Adult daytime ticket: $19.95

• Adult nighttime ticket: $34.95

• Daytime Family Pack: $49.95 (For families of four: two adults, two children)

• Nighttime Family Pack: $79.95

Caesars also announced two permanent changes to ticket prices:

• Youth daytime pricing: $14.95 (children 13–18)

• Youth nighttime pricing: $24.95 (children 13–18)

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