SlotZilla is due to open in just a few weeks, so for those of you who love to fly through the air on a zipline, SlotZilla is the granddaddy of them all. This $11 million SlotZilla zipline will carry the rider high over the crowded streets of Vegas. According to Travel Vegas on Oct 14, Sin City is also getting ready for Halloween with some tried and true Halloween happenings.
From a Halloween Party with Marilyn Manson to the Halloween Parade down Fremont St., Vegas knows how to do up Halloween. After the Halloween season slips away, it's the ShotZilla that will attract the masses, or at least that's what the folks who put the $11 million attraction in Vegas.
Along with the gambling and the shows, this giant glam slot machine will shoot people out of the opening where the money would come pouring out if you'd hit a jackpot. It has a moving slot-machine arm and it really fits into the city.
While the thoughts of spending Halloween in Vegas may appeal to the masses, it’s the new SlotZilla zipline that they’re banking on being one thing to draw folks to Vegas along with the gambling and nightlife.
The SlotZilla is expected to entice the adventurers, maybe those folks who are more into moving around than sitting in front of a slot machine will find SlotZilla worth the trip. This zipline ride shoots folks right out of a giant slot machine, so you will do it Vegas style.
The SlotZilla is expected to reach the speed of 35 mph as you soar 120-feet-above the Vegas action with a view of all of Fremont Street, as well as the elegant Smith Center for the Performing Arts. The ride is expected to set you back $30 bucks, but from what folks are saying about SlotZilla, it will be worth every cent.
So if your friends are planning a trip to Vegas in November or any time after that and you’re more of an adventurous spirit than a gambling one, head for the SlotZilla!