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New Coin Slots at Circus Circus Las Vegas

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Circus Circus is currently the only casino on the Las Vegas Strip to offer coin-operated slot machines in its gaming room.

These traditional 3 reel mechanical one-armed bandits are very popular with some players looking for a vintage feel.

They seem to have not been forgotten by this establishment, which is going to add even more of them to its game library.

To bring Circus Circus back to its glory days

A few days ago, the management of Circus Circus announced that they would be launching an investment of no less than 30 million dollars with the ambition of bringing this famous hotel-casino back to its glory days in the 1970s and 1980s. At that time, coin-operated slot machines were still very popular with players.

At the moment, you can still find them in your gaming room. More will be added soon. This is great news as these devices have an average return rate of 97.4%.

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Coin-operated slot machines also available in Downtown

Coin-operated slot machines have long since deserted the casinos of the Las Vegas Strip, with the exception of Circus Circus. This is because the other establishments now only favor machines that use TITO technology for Ticket-In, Ticket-Out, which makes it easier to control the games and reduce operating costs.

Nevertheless, there are still many fans of this kind of one-armed bandit. They can still find them in Downtown. Indeed, there are still the casinos El Cortez, California and D Las Vegas that welcome them.

The latter also offers one of the most emblematic coin-operated games in the city’s history. It is the horse racing game Sigma Derby. This game offers us to bet on 2 mechanical horses out of 5, trying to choose the one that will arrive first. It used to be very common in almost all the establishments of the city, but nowadays there is only one example left in D Las Vegas.

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It was owner Derek Stevens who reintroduced it in 2012 to install it in a prominent place on the second floor displaying a claimed vintage look.

A casino for families and small budgets

Currently owned by businessman Phil Ruffin, who also owns the Treasure Island among others, Circus Circus is very popular with families and gamblers with a small budget. It opened its doors in 1968.

With 3,774 rooms or suites, it houses the indoor Adventuredome theme park and offers frequent free circus performances. Its gaming hall covers an area of 9,392 square meters with traditional gaming tables and slot machines.

In its VIP area, new coin-operated slot machines have already appeared. To enjoy the others, you’ll have to wait a little longer.

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