New Games And New Partnerships For MyVegas

Sherlock Hound MyVegas Facebook
Sherlock Hound

Earlier this week MyVegas launched a new Facebook game, Sherluck Hound, then they launched a new game for their mobile app Around The World in 80 Days. MyVegas is a great way to get freebies or discounts in Vegas and now they’ve opened the rewards to MGM Resorts and partner businesses outside of Las Vegas. Here are some highlights.

  • PLAYSTUDIOS and MGM Resorts International expand rewards program to Beau Rivage and Gold Strike in Mississippi
  • For the first time, myVEGAS players can redeem rewards at 2 new destinations outside of Las Vegas, NV
  • Reward offerings from Beau Rivage and Gold Strike casino resorts include hotel suite upgrades, rounds of golf, tickets to Saltoriya and Taganai shows, and more

I’m not sure why anyone would want rewards outside of Vegas, but that’s just me. 🙂 Here are some of the rewards available.

MyVegas Rewards For Facebook and Mobile
MyVegas Rewards

Download the MyVegas app for free and learn more at Get Vegas Apps.

5 Casinos Where You Can Still Play Coin Slot Machines

Vintage Slot Machines At Golden Gate Casino Las Vegas
Vintage Slot Machine At Golden Gate

Do you ever get nostalgic for having filthy and germy hands when you’re playing slot machines? I don’t.

TITO (Ticket In Ticket Out) is one of the best inventions for the slot machine over the past 20 years. I don’t miss the days where I had to stick my hands in a pile of filthy coins to get paid from slots and video poker.

While TITO has replaced coins in most slot machines there are still 5 casinos in Vegas where you can play coin-in slot machines and get filthy while remembering the good ole days before indoor plumbing and cell phones. 🙂

  1. El Cortez
  2. Plaza
  3. Circus Circus & Slots A Fun
  4. Gold Strike  
  5. Eastside Cannery
  6. Bonus Casinos (California, Fremont, Main Street Station)

The Las Vegas Sun has an article on the transformation of the slot machine from coins to TITO if you’re feeling nostalgic. If you’re in Vegas you can head to the Golden Gate where they have about 5 slot machines like the one above from when they first opened. I’m not very nostalgic and even I think they’re cool.