Cash for Life hits again

Aug 24, 2004 2:24 AM

Bally Gaming’s life-changing Cash for Life slot changed another life last Monday when it hit again at the Mohegan Sun Casino and Resort in Connecticut.

This is the second Cash For Life progressive payout to occur within a 24-hour time period and the seventh time a Cash For Life jackpot has occurred in the last five months.

The lucky winner, who wished to remain anonymous, won the life-changing jackpot of $1,041,378 on a $5 Cash For Life Triple Spin Rich & Famous reel-spinning slot machine. Barely 24 hours earlier, Carolyn Warmke from Brenham, Texas, won $1,074,556 on a $1 Cash For Life Triple Spin Stars & Bars slot machine at the Grand Casino Coushatta in Kinder, La.

Cash For Life is an intriguing new concept in progressive slots that dares to answer the question: "Who wouldn’t want to win $1,000 a week for the rest of their life?

Featuring a progressive meter that resets at $1 million, casino customers can now play for this extraordinary, $1,000-a-week super progressive jackpot at selected casinos in Nevada, California, Michigan, New Mexico, Connecticut, Louisiana, Wisconsin, Mississippi and Atlantic City.

This initial deployment of slots on the new Cash For Life link includes a variety of game titles and denominations — from nickels to $5.

As of Aug. 16, Cash For Life is statistically overdue in Nevada, where a $1,547,772 super progressive jackpot awaits another lucky winner.

In Atlantic City, the Cash For Life jackpot stands at $1,079,590. In Mississippi the Cash For Life jackpot stands at $1,084,139. The Native American link, spanning six states ranging from California to Connecticut, has been reset at $1,040,000 after this latest win. To date, Cash For Life has paid out $10,406,046 in jackpots to lucky winners.