Luckily, there are plenty of fabulous casinos around the United States where you can hit the slots without forking over hundreds of dollars for a plane ticket.
WinStar World Casino (Oklahoma)
To begin with, the WinStar World Casino is the largest casino in the world. The massive property in Thackerville, OK, has an amazing 400,000 square feet of casino floor. The casino is a tremendous hit with Texas gamblers, and they make the 70-minute drive from the Dallas area regularly.
As you might expect from the world’s largest casino, WinStar boasts the largest selection of electronic games on the planet. Over 8,500 games light up the massive casino floor. From penny slots to the luxurious High Roller Room, players have a wealth of options at WinStar.
The variety doesn’t end with denominations either. WinStar has a vast catalog of slot machines and is constantly moving machines or swapping them out for the newest game.
If you always have to try out the latest and greatest slot machines to hit the scene, WinStar has you covered. Check out the casino’s “Hot New Games: area, and you’ll save hours of your time wandering the expansive casino looking for something new.
Although, you won’t likely have to go far before you find something you’ve never seen at WinStar World Casino. The casino’s Southern Oklahoma location puts the casino within driving distance of millions from Texas to Kansas. Even gamblers from Arkansas get in on the action.
Horseshoe Bossier City (Louisiana)
The Horseshoe is also home to the exclusive and trendy Binionaire slots. These progressive slots start the huge prizes at $25,000 for the quarter machines, $50,000 for 2 quarters, and $100,000 for $1.
These machines are the most popular in the casino, and depending on traffic, these may be a tough seat to grab.
Beau Rivage (Mississippi)
You probably don’t care as much about Mississippi’s architectural history as you do slot machines, though. Beau Rivage Casino most likely agrees with you.
Beau Rivage or “Beautiful Shore” was originally slated for development in Las Vegas before the developers settled on Mississippi. The casino’s catchy name definitely makes more sense at its current home than in the Nevada desert.
The giant structure overlooking the Gulf of Mexico provides 1,900 slot machines for you to enjoy.
You’ll find all of the hot games at Beau Rivage. Wonka World, Buffalo Stampede, Monopoly: Luxury Diamonds, and Game of Thrones are all well represented in various denominations. You’ll never look far for some variety at Beau Rivage. A healthy mix of classic reel machines and the latest video slots are inter-mingled.
Allowing players to transition from one game to another effortlessly. Making the shift even easier is the implementation of EZ-Pay. This 100% coinless system makes cashing out as simple as pressing a button. The ultra-posh High Limit Lounge at Beau Rivage caters to the high rollers, and not a single detail is skipped.
Players are welcome to enjoy fine wines and premium cocktails while they play. Once they head out of the lounge, a private cashier waits to add that personal touch.
Seven Feathers (Oregon)
Seven Feathers Casino in Canyonville, OR, is probably the first casino on the list that you haven’t at least heard of before. However, for casino gamblers in the Pacific Northwest, the casino offers an amazing selection of slots with decent RTP.
Casino del Sol (Arizona)
You can enjoy titles from all of the major developers at the casino. Plus, if the reels aren’t falling in your favor, I have good news. The loyalty program at Casino del Sol has multipliers on certain days of the week that can double or triple your rewards.
The Tuscon area has multiple casinos for residents and visitors to choose from, and competition is fierce. Casino del Sol has taken the bold step of offering the loosest slots in the area, and it’s paying off in spades.
Harrah’s Hoosier (Indiana)
Some players are bummed out when they discover that Indiana’s gaming laws prevent the casino from offering complimentary alcoholic beverages. So, if you prefer to have a drink while you play, budget accordingly.
Four Winds Casino (Michigan)
Almost 3,000 slot machines are packed into the casino. Crowds can get pretty heavy during the weekend or holidays. Still, with so many machines, you’ll usually find an open machine.
Whether you want to play for $100 per pay line or are more comfortable with penny pulls, Four Winds offers something to fit your budget or practicality.
Big slots jackpots are the name of the game at Four Winds Casino. Reel Adventures offers a multi-game progressive jackpot that starts at $200,000. The impressive jackpot includes popular titles like James Bond, Johnny Cash, Monopoly, Lord of the Rings, and Willy Wonks.
The jackpot fun doesn’t end there. Timber Wolf Grand has a jackpot that starts at a salty $250 grand. Also, Buffalo Grand and 5 Dragons Grand combine for a mouth-watering jackpot that starts at $500,000.
You can even watch the jackpots climb in real-time by going to the casino’s website. Some of the jackpots are approaching $2 million.
It may be time to pack the car and head to Michigan.