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Feb 23, 2004 11:46 PM

Leap into savings and specials this week as the bingo rooms across the Las Vegas valley celebrate the extra day this month.

Boulder Station celebrates this week with a Player’s Appreciation Day and will be giving away a tool box on Sunday, February 29 to all bingo players at all sessions. A minimum $4 buy-in is required and gifts are limited to one per person while supplies last.

A Mardi Gras festival will be under way today, Fat Tuesday, February 24, at Jerry’s Nugget. Pick up free Mardi Gras beads at the 11 a.m. session. Follow up by winning jester hats and drawing tickets on all game winners throughout the day for the 9 p.m. drawing giveaways for cash and prizes.

Even if you’re not a bingo winner, every $3 buy-in throughout the day also gets you a drawing ticket. And Jerry’s continues to offer a free Red Card to all qualified bingo agents. Just present your valid work card/I.D. at any session.

The Leap Day giveaway, Sunday, February 29 at the Gold Coast and Suncoast, will be a free lucky green frog. The gift is available to all players at all sessions with a minimum buy-in while supplies last.

Play Poker Palace in North Las Vegas this week for Super Second Chance bingo sessions Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 1 p.m. The second chance bingo sessions pay $50 to the next winner after the coverall game is won. Poker Palace also continues to offer match play bingo through the end of this month. Receive up to $60 off your original buy-ins. Bingo at Poker Palace is played daily on the odd hours beginning at 9 a.m. and ending with an 11 p.m. session. On Fridays and Saturdays, a night owl 1 a.m. session is added.

As a reminder, all gift giveaways and promotions in bingo are based on a minimum buy-in, usually $3-$4. Gifts are available at all sessions to all players, but only while supplies last. There are usually no rain checks given and most rooms limit the gifts to one per person per session or sometimes per day.

Until next time, may you all shout "B-I-N-G-O!"