Still a few ‘free pull’
slots in Las Vegas

Jan 22, 2007 3:45 AM

Some good things must come to an end. The Tropicana is no longer offering its free pull machine that was previously located outside in front of the entrance to the hotel. But you can still get a free play on a slot if you head over to Slots-A-Fun or the Riviera. Both still offer a free play machine with a chance to win cash and prizes. Even non-winners at the Riviera still get a deck of playing cards or a nice coffee mug just for trying their luck.

Last chance for Las Vegas locals to receive discount ticket prices for "Phantom! The Las Vegas Spectacular" at the Venetian. Through Jan. 31, Las Vegas locals can get the regularly priced $125 seats for just $75. Bring your Nevada ID to the Venetian Box Office when you purchase your tickets.

You may be able to save a little more on those tickets. While visiting the Venetian, if you are not already a member, sign up for the Player’s Club and receive $15 in freeplay or $15 in table game match plays.

San Lorenzo, the Italian restaurant at Texas Station, has an all-you-can-eat pasta special offered daily that includes a house salad and an assortment of freshly baked breads. Boarding Pass members who have points accumulated can save even more by dining during early from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. and paying for the meals at half points!

Also at Texas Station, catch a flick and turn in your movie ticket stub from Regal Theaters and get a free game of bowling when a second game is purchased.

Z’Tejas Southwestern Grill located in Summerlin at 9560 West Sahara Ave. is now offering "Corona Me Crazy" every Thursday night from 5 p.m.-8:30 p.m. Guests are invited to kick back with $1.19 Coronas and Corona Lights with the purchase of any half-price appetizers. Some of the appetizers that can be enjoyed are Cast-Iron Skillet Dumplings with sweet ginger-soy dipping sauce, Blackened Catfish Tacos with avocado and cucumber slaw or Firecracker Pork Taquitos, stuffed with a variety of tempting ingredients and deep-fried, with Chipotle cream served on the side for dipping.

Commander’s Palace at the Aladdin, famous for its 25¡ martini, closed last week. We hear they may be looking for a new home.

Until next time, eat well, play well, stay well!