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The High Roller at the Linq on the Strip is rolling out some high roller prices for New Year's.

The High Roller consists of 28 glass-enclosed cabins, each accommodating up to 25 guests. 

High Roller officials said they are offering private cabins starting at $6,250 for New Year's Eve.

All cabins include priority boarding, a full premium open bar and a Champagne toast at midnight.

Individual tickets also are available starting at $250 per person.

The High Roller opened on March 31, 2014.

Las Vegas Review-Journal

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