Las Vegas

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Not surprisingly, Vegas does brisk business in gambling paraphernalia – you'll find no shortage of playing cards, giant fuzzy dice, and poker chips. Over the past decade, however, Sin City's retail scene has ballooned to include virtually every big-name luxury brand, with ever-more-opulent shopping malls sprouting up in the big casinos on The Strip.

Shopping in Las Vegas

Forum Shops

Head to this collection of 160 shops for all of your brand-name needs. Everyone from Valentino and Escada to Roberto Cavalli and Jimmy Choo are represented here.

Caesars Palace Hotel & Casino, 3500 Las Vegas Blvd. South, NV, 702-893-4800
Tags: luxury | shopping | expensive

Gambler's Book Shop

A virtual gaming library with thousands of titles and videos on betting strategies and Vegas history.

1550 E. Tropicana Ave., NV, 702-382-7555, www.gamblersbook.com
Tags: shopping

Gambler's General Store

This superstore will customize chips in 17 colors and over 120 symbols; it also purveys dealer’s aprons, rattan croupier’s sticks, and professional-quality blackjack tables replete with drink holders.

800 S. Main St., NV, 800-322-2447, www.gamblersgeneralstore.com
Tags: shopping

Grand Canal Shoppes

For upscale shopping, stroll on the banks of picturesque, faux-Venice searching the wares of shops that range from Valentino’s fashion house to Houdini’s Magic Shop.

3377 Las Vegas Blvd. South, NV, 702-414-4500, www.thegrandcanalshoppes.com
Tags: family | shopping | expensive | editor pick | eclectic

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