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Apr 8, 2003 1:20 AM

Wild Wild West is pitching in to help military families fight the war on rising gasoline prices. They are currently offering a discount of $.20 per gallon off regular unleaded prices to active and retired military personnel and their dependants at its filling station.

Palace Station announced a rolled back price for their dinner at The Feast Buffet and added menu items reminiscent of the buffet prices and tasty home-style food of the good old days. The new price of the Feast Buffet dinner is $6.99 daily, making it one of the lowest priced dinner buffets in town.

All month long Rampart Casino’s buffets will be half price on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Sister property, the Cannery in North Las Vegas will be offering the same half price buffet days in April too.

Monday through Friday, the Pink Taco bar and lounge at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino provides "Afternoon Delight" with 2 for 1 beers and Margaritas from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m.

While they no longer offer a buffet, breakfast lovers will find a cheap, hardy deal at the Castaways in the Pelican Rock Café. Steak and eggs is served 24/7 for $1.95.

Speaking of hardy meals, the Skyline Casino & Restaurant in Henderson still offers a 20 oz Porterhouse Steak or Prime Rib plate for only $5.95. Dine between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. and get the salad bar, too!