Where to Find the Cheapest Blackjack in Vegas

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While some gamblers write off cheap, low limit blackjack as a waste of time, many seek out opportunities to play a game that can stretch a bankroll. In addition to conserving money, blackjack games with a $1, $2, or $3 minimum bet can be a useful tool for new players who are learning the game. Others simply enjoy grinding a cheap table while accumulating free drinks.

Note that although cheap blackjack can be appealing, game rules are often less player-friendly than tables with higher minimums which amplifies the casino’s house edge. Most players don’t mind that though… after all, the house edge doesn’t sting as painfully when betting as little as $1 per hand.

We thought it would be helpful to put together a guide to help players seeking low limits find casinos offering the cheapest blackjack in Vegas.

Table game stakes are fluid and can change quickly. We’ll do our best to keep the list updated, but recommend calling ahead or checking the casino’s website to ensure low limit blackjack is being offered when you plan to stop in.

See Also: 44 ideas and ways to save money while in Las Vegas.

Cheap Blackjack on (and near) the Las Vegas Strip

OYO: Offering the only live $1 blackjack game on (well, near) the Las Vegas Strip, OYO uses this low limit game to incentivize players staying on the Strip to stop in. At a mere 10-15 minute walk from resorts like MGM Grand and Tropicana, OYO should be on the to-do list of visitors seeking low limit blackjack.

Although not “ultra low”, Strat, Excalibur and Luxor offer $5 minimum blackjack on the Strip.

Cheap Blackjack Downtown Las Vegas

Downtown Grand: Located just steps away from the Fremont Street Experience, Downtown Grand (formerly Lady Luck) offers $1 blackjack daily from 11 am – 3 am daily.

Fremont: Positioned in the center of the Fremont Street Experience, Fremont offers a $3 blackjack game which tends to be a popular draw.

California: Tucked back a block off of Fremont Street, The Cal deals a live $3 blackjack game.

Note that most downtown Las Vegas casinos also offer $5 blackjack games, especially at non-peak times.

Cheap Blackjack Away From the Strip

Joker’s Wild: Located about 10 miles from the Strip in Henderson, Joker’s Wild offers players a $3 minimum blackjack game 7 days a week.

Poker Palace Casino: Worth a mention, Poker Palace Casino, located in North Las Vegas offers a $2 blackjack game. A solid value for those looking for an inexpensive game.

Jerry’s Nugget: Located in North Las Vegas, Jerry’s Nugget deals a $3 minimum blackjack game daily.

Note that even if $1, $2, or $3 blackjack isn’t offered, most locals casinos do offer $5 minimum games.

Video Blackjack: Although the authentic feel of chips, cards, felt, and a live dealer are missing, bartop and electronic blackjack games often allow low minimum bets and are offered at most Vegas casinos. Like their live counterparts that also feature low minimums, rules for low limit electronic blackjack often amplify the house edge. Even with an exaggerated house advantage, a cheap bartop blackjack game can be a good way to string together a number of complimentary cocktails.

While cheap blackjack is getting harder and harder to find in Vegas, we are encouraged by the fact there are still a few casinos offering minimum bets as low as $1. Hopefully, we were able to point you in the direction of a cheap game that will work for you!

When in doubt, just remember that the further you get from tourist centers like the Strip, and Fremont Street, the lower the minimum bets tend to get. Don’t be afraid to branch out and take an Uber to a locals casino for lower minimums and better player odds.

See Also: Where are the loosest slots in Vegas? We dig into Nevada Gaming Control data to find the answer.

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