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Palms Casino Resort pro football betting contests

July 23, 2013 3:00 AM by GT Staff

Tannehill The Palms Casino Resort is getting an early jump on the bevy of football contests Las Vegas sports enthusiasts are lucky enough to cash in on.

The $300,000 Pigskin Payoff 2013 is now open for early signees, who will receive $10 in free slot play for joining up before the rush starts. If you sign up before Sept. 2 and purchase three entries, the slot play reward takes effect.

The advantage to entering three times ($25 per entry) is you receive an additional three free entries for a total of six. So, for $75 players have six chances to win the contest or at least get a portion of the total prize package.

Delay helps Vegas Station casinos

For more information on the Pigskin Payoff, stop by the newly renovated Palms sports book.

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