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The world’s tallest Ferris wheel is under construction in Las Vegas, LINQ’s High Roller Observation Wheel, which is more than 100 feet taller than the London Eye. The outer wheel is completed this week and the entire Observation Wheel is scheduled to open in 2014. The wheel features 28 sections, each section is 56 feet long and weighing 44 tons. The next major construction phase will include the 28 glass-enclosed cabins to the rim structure. Upon completion, the High Roller will reach 550-feet, making it the tallest observation wheel in the world. This week’s Reader Poll asks the question . . . what do you think is going to be a fair price to ride and how long should the ride last on this Observation Wheel.  What is your opinion?  We want to hear from you!  (See other readers’ opinions below.)

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Reader Poll Replies:

A fair price to me would be $25 to ride the wheel. Hopefully you will get serveral revolutions of the wheel for your ride.    John Jacobs  NYC

No more than 15-20$ and no more than 20-30minutes!   Lorraine Farrell  Walnut Creek / CA

price should be $5-8 and should last 10-15 minutes.  Mary Ellen Reid  Carol Stream

free for Diamond and 7 star members for Harrahs guests others  $10 i will only go on it if i get if free since i am a diamond memeber meaning i have spent tons of money at harrahs properties already 5 to 10 minute ride is enough   Jeffrey Prindle  lancaster, ca

The ride should cost $50/person and last 30 minutes.  David Plantier  Modesto, CA

Considering the price of the Eiffel tower experience is $11.50 & $16.50 and is 90' shorter. I would pay up to $20 for a ride on the LINQ. As of the length of the ride. That would depend on the time it takes for a complete revolution while loading. To me, it's more of an observation ride so 1 or 2 revolutions may be sufficient for my $20.  Scott  New Bethlehem, PA

I don't really care. I already have enough ups and downs in Vegas.  William lockhart   Waterford NY

I beleave a fair price for the amount of passenger cabins 28. If you figure 20 people per cabin with a $15.95 cost that's that's almost $9.000 per trip. And if you have about a 10 minute ride. With the loading and unloading you might get two Trip per hour.  That's $18.000 per Hour.  And I can't wait to come back to ride it soon when it's done. If it's not
to high of a price. Hope to see you soon.  Gordon Spraker  Dunnellon,fl

I think $5 is fair. Don't you?   Mo Gilis   Las Vegas, NV.

The cost should be $14.99, Seniors ride for $11.99. The ride is fifteen minutes long.  Arlene R Popham  Portland Oregon

$5.00 for 3 min   Allen Gilman Phila/PA

25 dollars and it should last 20 minutes   Anna Page  Lenexa, KS





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