Fall casino promos in full swing

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As we see the temperatures finally begin to fall in Las Vegas and with Halloween a little over a week away, many casinos are ramping up their promotions for the holiday.

This week focuses on cards, new member programs and food!

South Point

Poker players have two promotions to get their hands on: “Hot Card Daze,” and “Spooktober Mystery High Hands.”

Next Tuesday, in the South Point Poker Room, the Hot Card Daze promotion will feature a Hot Card matching the number of the month and pays bonuses by improving with the designated pocket pair. Tens are featured as the designated card for the month of October.

Players get $100 when flopping a set, $200 for a full house, $400 for flopping a full house, $500 if you make quads, and $1,000 when you flop quads.

The Spooktober Mystery High Hands promotion incentivizes winning on big hands. For the rest of the month, mystery envelopes containing cash prizes starting at $50 are available. A total of 700 envelopes are in play, with the prize going as high as $5,000.

Downtown Grand

The third street venue offers a few new promotions for its players this month. The first features what the venue is calling “Downtown Las Vegas’ only $1 blackjack, the game’s lowest available in Sin City.”

The second begins with wishing a farewell to the “Daily Slot Tournament,” and welcoming the “Instant Millionaire New Member Program.” The promotion welcomes new Grand Rewards players by allowing them to win prizes such as a free room, free slot play credit, match play, mystery gifts, and a shot at $1 million. New players get a shot at all of this with one free spin, after signing up.

El Cortez

This is a big weekend for the UFC, as Khabib squares up with Gaethje for the lightweight title in UFC 254. The venue is selling tickets to the viewing party to Club Cortez Members for $10; General admission is $20.

This pairs up with a “New Players Choice Offer.” New Club Cortez players get a choice of $10 in free slot play or $10 in blackjack match play.


The Plaza has revamped their promotions recently. Plaza Rewards get 10x points during the “Mystery Multiplier” promotion, this and next Wednesday. The maximum-point total is capped at 25,000.

The “Pick Your Pumpkin Kiosk Game” gives players a shot at winning $1,000 by earning 50 base points on Tuesdays and Thursdays, for the rest of the month.

Another draw for players is the food specials.

“Pizza Mondays” serves up a free slice of cheese or pepperoni from Pop Up Pizza, for players earning 100 points slot points; “Taco Tuesdays” gives players a free taco and medium drink from Fresh Mexican Grill, for earning 100 points; “Grilled Cheese Wednesdays” from the Coffee Bar for players earning 100 points; and “Coffee & Croissant Fridays” rounds the week out by offering a free cappuccino and almond croissant by tallying up 100 points, too.

The food specials run from 8 a.m. through midnight on the assigned day. Another good thing: you get to keep all of your points!

This Week’s Big Winner: A $133,000 Pai Gow jackpot was reported on Oct. 13, at Planet Hollywood. The winner, John Daly, was visiting on a surprise trip planned out by his friends. The Strip venue reopened back on Oct. 8.

About the Author

Sebastian Ross

Sebastian Ross covers casino promotions and the Las Vegas gaming industry scene for Gaming Today. The Las Vegas native currently attends the William S. Boyd School of Law at UNLV.

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