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Stations Casino Bingo Bash

Discussion in 'Casino Gaming' started by Lhammer28, Jan 1, 2014.

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  1. Lhammer28

    Lhammer28 High-Roller

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    Hey all!! So, I just got my confirmation for my reservation on Feb 24/25 for Bingo at Green valley Ranch. Ive only played bingo at Sams Town in Vegas and heard that its a little different at the Stations. Im used to Bingo in WI, so when I played in Vegas I was shocked to see that you don't have to do anything when you play the machine, just sit there enjoy drinks :) hopefully call bingo every now and then ;)

    Ive also wanted to make my way to Green Valley Ranch, I heard it was pretty nice and the gaming was good there too.
    Any tips of GVR gaming since Ill be there from 830-4 two full days!
     
  2. RedRock702

    RedRock702 Low-Roller

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    I contemplated GVR since they had a lower bingo rate than Red Rock did and Red Rock gave me really shitty room offers (starting at 149/night). I still have my bingo ticket for the 24th/25th and Red Rock though! I have yet to play bingo at GVR but yes, the machines at Stations are a lot nicer than the ones at Potawatomi! Sit back, get wasted and it will even tell you to yell bingo! 52 days and counting! I just never stayed at GVR as they just didn't seem to have the machines I liked compared to Red Rock. Here's to each of us winning the $50K cover all!
     
  3. Lhammer28

    Lhammer28 High-Roller

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    I actually like the newer machines at Potawatomi! But I like the idea of not doing anything a whole lot better! Now, it said on the sheet about getting 4 free electronic packs when booking before yesterday, what does a pack come with?? And how many card/game are you getting with the buy in? I feel like im going to be lost when I get there!!! For me, I would love to hit any of the games, but the $50,000 would be AMAZING!
     
  4. RedRock702

    RedRock702 Low-Roller

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    Two years ago I played at the Million dollar bash stations had and the woman next to me won a 10k game both days, talk about lucky! I too got the free packs for booking early but I know that in order to actually get them you will have to buy extra packs on both days to getbthe two free packs each day. I figure if Potawatomi charges 100.00 or more for their 100k bashes I figure $200 to play for 500k is a better deal. Also included is two breakfast buffets, two dinner buffets and lunch served at bingo. They also have a great beverage selection that includes free alcohol in the bingo room! Lol I am playing bingo at Potawatomi tomorrow to win some extra money for my 7 day Vegas trip :D
     
  5. Flopitbaby

    Flopitbaby Low-Roller

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    I have stayed at Green Valley multiple times and really enjoy it but I highly suggest a rental car. They do have a shuttle that will take you to Mandalay Bay. The rooms are very nice and they have a very nice spa. The casino area is very large and they have a very nice sports book. I play mostly machines and they have a wide variety of everything I'm looking for. Comparing the machines to Potowamani they offer cheaper versions of the same games there. Example is many machines in potowomani are 2 cents per line Green Valley offers them in 1 cent versions. The payout percentages appear to be better than most strip casinos as I always have had decent luck or at least a fair amount of play for my $ spent.
    I hope you have a great time and enjoy the property as much as I do. P.S. I almost forgot there is a shopping district right across the street from the casino.
     
  6. Flopitbaby

    Flopitbaby Low-Roller

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    Pool area is great if it is warm enough.
     
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