Coin in/coin out slots-Vegas!
There is nothing like the coin in/coin out slots! A Google search indicated that there are several places in Vegas that have brought back a small selection of coin in/coin out slots. They are:
Eastside Cannery (a real dump, they say)
Main St. Station-downtown
Samís Town-off strip
Anyone know for sure? Or seen any at other casinos? I don't care how dirty my hands get.......there is nothing that compares to the sound of coins hitting the metal tray!!
Trip planned in Sept!
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I can personally confirm that El Cortez and Eastside Cannery both have coin-droppers. The Eastside Cannery has a whole room devoted to them, and they are popular, so if you want to play on them there, get there early.
The Eastside Cannery is by no means a dump. It's practically brand new (three years old at the most) and is out on Boulder Highway. It caters to a local, and an older crowd, but is (in my opinion) a lot nicer than Sam's up the road, just by virtue of the fact that it's still new. There are generous promotions every day and new slot club members usually get some freeplay and some good food discount coupons.
To your downtown list you can add Mermaids (as of my last visit more than a year ago). Also another locals casino with many coin vp machines is the Skyline Casino. I was just there last month and can verify that.
Just like dlsig stated, Eastside Cannery is by no means a dump. Just curious, did you see that info posted somewhere, or did someone tell you that.
I actually like the Eastside Cannery a lot, except I hardly go there. It is too far from where I live. i live closer to Red Rock and Suncoast.
I can confirm Mermaids--as of June this year.
Originally Posted by SteveSlot
Coin in/coin out slots-Vegas
Thank you! I saw the Eastside Cannery described as a dump somewhere on the web.....so glad to know it's not!! I should know better than to believe everything I read..................
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a DUMP?? Eastside Cannery is actually outdoing Sam's Town these days. Yes, it's rectangular in shape, with no expensive art work or awesome architecture. However, they have many good food choices there, the bartenders and waitresses have become much more efficient over the years, and the entertainment in Marilyn's lounge ranges from decent to great! Not to mention their huge line up of headliners. And the outdoor light show on the building will hold your attention for at least a few minutes.
The coin in machines are in their own separate room near the front enterance, so if you choose not to explore the whole property---there ya go--they're right there for you.
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