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Emphasis on respecting elders, as a moral teaching point, is bestowed amongst numerous cultures and walks-of-life.

If you Google-search “respect” you can see it being defined as “a feeling of deep admiration for someone or something elicited by their abilities, qualities, or achievements.” In an effort of showing “deep admiration,” this week’s “Inside the House” gives a nod to promotions geared towards the 50-and-over crowd.


Earlier this month, the Silverton rolled out “Fab 50+ Senior Mondays.” Every Monday is an opportunity for the 50-and-over crowd to get some extra consideration as a Silverton Rewards club member, through food and points.

Players that are gold, platinum and diamond receive up to 50% off one entrée plate at Wuhu Noodle or Sundance Grill. If you want to skip the food, you can opt to enter the weekly “swipe n’ win” kiosk game for a chance to win up to $100 in free slot play.

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Boyd Gaming

Boyd Gaming is looking out for mature players while running its “Young At Heart” promotion at The Orleans, Gold Coast, Suncoast, and Cannery every Tuesday through December 29, 2020.

B Connected members over the age of 50 can take advantage of monthly specials. This past month’s specials included an unlimited 11x bonus point multiplier and weekly celebration spin prizes. On July 21, 33 winners took home $76 in free slot play.

Ellis Island

Ellis Island extends its hospitality to the older crowd two times each week. Members of the “50+ Club” earning 50 base points get an instantaneous $5 in free play, in addition to 20% off any entrée in the café or BBQ joint — don’t forget it comes with a free coffee, 20 oz. Ellis Island beer or a glass of wine. Seems like a good time.

Station Casinos

“Boarding Pass” players over the age of 50 can take advantage of the “My Generation” promotion at Stations. Players have access to these specials on Wednesdays and Thursdays — All you have to do is sign up at the rewards center, for free.

On Wednesday there’s half-point dining available at the cafes, steakhouses, Oyster Bar, Little Tony’s, Blue Ribbon Sushi, Tides Seafood & Sushi Bar, Borracha, Boathouse Asian Eatery, 8 Noodle Bar, Bottiglia, Heartstone and Leticia’s at Santa Fe.

On Thursdays you gain 10x points on slots and video poker. In conjunction with this focus on the 50-plus crowd, Stations currently has a $1.99 Jose Cuervo Margarita special.

El Cortez

Siegel’s 1941, inside the El Cortez, opens up its menu for a “50+ get 50% Off” special every Wednesday. From 6 a.m. through 10 p.m., guests over the age of 50 get 50% off from their order through Siegel’s special menu.

MGM Resorts

Currently, seniors booking a hotel with MGM can save up to 15% on rates. Seniors traveling Sunday through Thursday save an additional 15% with the discount.

If you plan on making your stay over the weekend, you can still save 5%. To take advantage of this, use offer code “ZSENRRT” when you book.


Seniors 62-years-of-age and older get a 10% discount when they book a room.

Cosmo big winner

Let’s shift the focus to a big jackpot won last week. On July 25, a guest at the Cosmopolitan won $320,000 off a $200 two-coin bet on pinball in the high limit slots room. Not bad.  

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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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