We have shared the virtues of playing Bingo in Las Vegas a few times over the years. Yes, most of the people playing bingo in a casino are who you think they are. Some Bingo players are a little younger and there’s sometimes even a few players who very much younger but are still legal casino in the Bingo rooms.
Bingo is a fun, inexpensive and different way to spend an hour in Las Vegas. Players can buy into a Bingo game for as little as $4. As I mentioned last year, I play the $20 packages because that provides about all the action I can handle while drinking and yapping. Each of these buy-ins come with complimentary drinks. If you arrive in certain casinos early enough, you may be able to enjoy some complimentary doughnuts too!
You won’t find Bingo at casinos on the Vegas Strip. However, there’s a Bingo room in many casinos around town. There’s a good list of Bingo games around Las Vegas here.
Many casinos are updating their Bingo rooms and games for their current players. Station Casinos, however, is creating Bingo games that can appeal to anyone. Here’s a look at a few new Bingo games Station Casinos has around Las Vegas.
Green Valley Ranch Resort and Red Rock Resort (Rock Shot Bingo)
Green Valley Ranch Resort has a Rock Shot Bingo lineup that includes Pizza Rock Shot Bingo on August 26. For $25 per guest, each person receives 10 electronic bingo games with 30 cards. The evening is catered by Green Valley Ranch Resort’s Pizza Rock, where everyone gets free pizza, and when someone at your table wins, everyone gets a shot. Winners receive prizes in addition to cash. Doors open at 8 p.m. and the game starts at 9 p.m.
Themed Rock Shot bingo nights at Green Valley Ranch are similar in time and prize structure to the Pizza Rock nights, except prizes are based on that month’s theme. On Aug. 9 the theme is health for the Rock Shot Bingo game at 9 p.m. Winners can receive cash, drinks, and prizes.
Red Rock Resort’s Rock Shot game is scheduled for August 30 at 9 p.m. with a theme of “School’s in Session.” For $25 guests receive 30 electronic cards and a free glow necklace while listening to party music and playing for a chance to win cash and prizes.
Palace Station (Bingo After Dark)
Palace Station recently unveiled new restaurants and upgrades to the casino floor. This casino is home to one of the closest Bingo rooms to the Vegas Strip. They host Bingo After Dark on the last Sunday of every month at 9 p.m. This game features both cocktails and music.
The game is set to take place on August 26. Doors open at 8 p.m. Each guest who comes to the all-electronic game receives a neon dauber, and with a $50 or more buy-in, they receive a packet with neon shot glasses, glasses, and a necklace.
Bingo isn’t for everyone. However, it’s a good excuse to explore Las Vegas if you’re looking for something new.
Marc Meltzer covers Las Vegas, gaming and men’s lifestyle for various outlets. Check out his blog at Edge Vegas.
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