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Bill Introduced In Nevada To Lower Gambling Age To 18

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Republican assemblyman Jim Wheeler is sponsoring a bill that would lower the age to gamble in Nevada from 21 to 18. The bill would also allow casino visitors who are 18 years old to walk freely through the casino gaming areas. Currently, anyone under 21 must use walkways around the gaming areas to visit restaurants, […]

Get to know Sigma Derby Before It’s Gone

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It’s probably still true to most people that Sigma Derby Is The Most Popular Game You’ve Never Heard Of in Las Vegas casinos. Fans of the 30-year-old mechanical horse racing game are the loud minority of casinos visitors in Las Vegas. Sigma Derby is rare. There are only two of these horse racing games in […]

Electric Car Charging Stations In Las Vegas Casinos

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You may not know this, but Las Vegas casinos are very friendly towards electric car drivers. Many casinos save a few of their best parking spots in the self-park garage for electric cars. Many casinos, mostly on the Vegas Strip, offer free charging stations for hotel guests. Here’s a list of the casinos in Las […]

Las Vegas Hotels Focus On Selling Room Upgrades

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If you’ve been to a Las Vegas hotel in the past year, you’ve probably been asked if you’d like to upgrade your room at check-in. These upgrades aren’t free and come with an added fee per night. If you’re reading Front Desk Tip there’s a good chance that you’re not looking to pay full price […]

5 New Things In Las Vegas To Look For In 2017

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It’s a new year and there will be plenty of new things to do, see, and experience in Las Vegas. Here’s a quick overview with some of what you can expect to see this year. 1. New Hotel Rooms There has been a slew of hotel room renovations in Las Vegas over the past few […]

Look Beyond The Vegas Strip With Boyd And Station Casinos

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The changes in Las Vegas were very bold this year. The boldest changes came from the Vegas Strip casino and hotel operators. They continued to increase resort fees, began charging for parking, admitted to short pouring drinks and started monitoring play at video poker machines in order to minimize complimentary drinks. Individually none of these wouldn’t […]

Starwood And Caesars Entertainment Ending Partnership

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There’s a good chance that someone using the $20 trick for hotel upgrades will also maximize loyalty club benefits. One of the least discussed, but very advantageous hotel partnerships in Las Vegas will be ending soon. The partnership between Starwood Hotels and Caesars Entertainment will stop when they year ends. According to a post by […]