SlotZilla Zip Line FAQ
You’ve got SlotZilla questions, we’ve got answers. Here’s a handy FAQ about the newest attraction in downtown Las Vegas at Fremont Street Experience.
Q: Is it open?
A: Yes! Both the lower level “Zipline,” and upper level “Zoomline,” are open!
Q: How much is it?
A: The lower Zipline is $20, the upper Zoomline is $40.
Q: How do I get tickets?
A: You can get tickets at the SlotZilla ticket office, across from Neonopolis, or online: http://slotzilla.showare.com. You can also purchase tickets by phone at (702) 678-5780 and toll-free at 844-ZIPVEGAS (844-947-8342, option 1). See below for information about group sales.
Q: What are the height/weight requirements?
A: Flyers must be between 60 and 300 pounds for the lower Zipline, and can’t be taller than six-foot-eight-inches for the lower line. For the Zoomline, flyers must weigh between 100 and 300 pounds.
Q: What are the age limits?
A: There are no age limits, although flyers younger than 13 must be accompanied by a rider 13 or older.
Q: How high are the wires?
A: The Zoomline’s are 114 feet up, the Zipline’s lines are 77 feet up. Those numbers represent the height of the wires, not the platforms.
Q: What are the differences between the two levels?
A: On the Zipline, flyers go halfway down the Fremont Street Experience (850 feet), in a seated position. On the upper level, the Zoomline, guests ride “superhero-style” all the way down the Fremont Street Experience canopy (1,700 feet).
Q: Where do I land?
A: Zipline flyers land between Four Queens and the Fremont casino. Zoomline flyers go all the way to the Golden Gate.
Q: Where do I park?
A: The parking nearest SlotZilla is the Fremont Street Experience parking structure at the corner of Fourth Street and Carson Avenue.
Q: What are the hours of operation?
A: SlotZilla is open noon to midnight, Sunday through Thursday, and until 2:00 a.m. on Friday and Saturday.
Q: Does it cost less if I ride twice or more on the same day?
A: There is no discount for repeat rides at the moment.
Q: Can I use my GoPro or smartphone during my flight?
A: No. Unfortunately, cameras aren’t allowed on the attraction.
Q: Where do I keep my stuff?
A: Customers are provided a good-sized bag for things like glasses, phone or purses. The bags travel down the zip lines with you, so you’ll have your possessions when you arrive on the landing platform.
Q: Can I purchase photos or SlotZilla merchandise?
A: Yes, concession photos of your experience will be available soon. Merchandise is available at the SlotZilla ticket office, at the foot of the SlotZilla tower.
Q: Is it possible to get to the top for a photo/view opportunity and not take the ride?
A: Sorry, but at the moment, only those flying (with a SlotZilla wristband) are allowed into the SlotZilla tower.
Q: Do I have to walk up stairs to get to the launch platforms?
A: No, SlotZilla is equipped with elevators.
Q: Where do the SlotZilla zip lines start from and where do they end?
A: The SlotZilla tower is just past the east end of the Viva Vision canopy (you can’t miss it, it’s a giant slot machine!), which is also where the SlotZilla ticket office is. After flyers take off from the tower, they either land between Fremont and Four Queens (Zipline) or go all the way to the Golden Gate (Zoomline).
Q: Any other small print I should know about?
A: Yes. Flyers can’t be under the influence of drugs or alcohol. You shouldn’t ride if you’re pregnant or if you have health concerns, neck/shoulder problems, heart trouble or problems with balance or seizure disorders.
Q: Are there discounts for groups?
A: Group sales rates start at 20 tickets or more. The discounts are as follows: 20-99 tickets, 10% discount; 100-499 tickets, 15% discount; 500 tickets or more, 20% discount. For more information about group tickets, call toll-free 844-SLOTZILLA (844-756-8945, option 7).
Q: Any other discounts available?
A: Active members of the military, and seniors 65 and older, get 20% off at the SlotZilla box office with proper I.D.