UPDATE: We “recycled” this post because, well, it’s football season and the info is still good with a little update. #@Tebow!
TO EACH HIS (or her) own. That’s what I say when it comes to betting on football in Las Vegas. At the end of the weekend, you’re the one who did the research and made the picks. You’re the one who has to live with the results. Maybe a little intense, but even the casual football bettor in Las Vegas has those moments of regret. I knew it. I shouldn’t have bet that. I should have bet more. What was I thinking? Any of this sound familiar?
Of course there are all types of bets and all kinds of bettors. You’ve seen them in the wagering lines and Sports Books at Station Casinos. Here’s my breakdown:
The Announcer: The guy who wants everyone to know what he’s got. He tells you in line and will even hand you his ticket so you can see. He’s usually the same guy pleading aloud to the screen/coach/nothing in particular during the games. Always excitable, The Announcer makes watching football at our Las Vegas Sports Books so much fun.
The Interrogator: The guy who’s always angling. Wants to know what you know. Rarely commits to a side before asking several opinions. The Interrogator rarely agrees or disagrees, just listens.
The Analyst: The guy who talks out every scenario during the game of how he could win, or lose, his game or ticket. Often optimistic, sometimes unrealistic, The Analyst is in it to win it until the end and often finds common occurrences, like a questionable referee call, to be “unbelievable.”
The Worrier: Could be concerned about a line movement. Could be concerned about the weather. Could be concerned about the backup punter. The Worrier loves to worry and we love him in the Sports Book for it.
The Scorekeeper: The guy who tells you his record for the day, weekend, season, often prefacing his statements with “I would be.” For example, “I would be 5-0 today if it wasn’t for those two overtime games.” Loves sports, loves statistics, The Scorekeeper always knows exactly how much money he’s up or down.
So-Close Guy: Usually amiable, the So-Close Guy just lost his second game in a row by the hook, or got six out of seven on a parlay card. So Close!
The Genius: Tells you all about the great run he’s been on. Never afraid to say things like “I told you” or “I’m tellin’ you,” The Genius seems to always be one step ahead.
The best thing about football season in the Station Casinos Sports Books is that we have action for everyone. No matter if you are an Interrogator or Worrier, we have a Las Vegas football parlay card for you.
- The super exciting $1 Million (could you imagine) Football Parlay Cards come out Wednesday and Friday.
- Most all of our other weekly parlay cards for football – Ties Win, ½ Point, Teasers – come out first thing Thursday morning.
- And of course you can just bet a parlay over-the-counter if you like the current odds on the board best.
All together, Station Casinos has 13 ways to parlay. If you click on this little poster here it shows all 13. Best of luck!
Have any questions about our Vegas football parlay cards? Got a favorite one? Got a bad beat story? Let me know below!
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August 8, 2012
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STATION CASINOS’ GREAT GIVEAWAY RETURNS WITH $2 MILLION IN CASH AND PRIZES THAT INCLUDE TWO NEW HOMES
(Las Vegas, Nev.) – With football season around the corner, Great Giveaway, the largest prize pool in Nevada, is back for its 26th year with $2 million in cash and prizes including the popular “no lose” guarantee. Additionally, the popular Last Man Standing Pro and College Elimination football contests will offer up to $200,000 in cash prizes. Both football contests will now be available throughout 16 sports book locations including the following Station Casinos properties: Boulder Station, Green Valley Ranch, Palace Station, Red Rock Resort, Santa Fe Station, Sunset Station, Texas Station, the Fiestas, Wildfire properties, and the Station Casinos managed El Cortez sports book. There’s also no better place in town to watch and enjoy all of the excitement of professional and college football games than Station Casinos’ sports books. Back by popular demand, guests can enjoy $1 Budweiser beers and hot dogs during all Saturday, Sunday and Monday Games at all 16 locations.
$2 Million Great Giveaway Football Contest
The Station Casinos Great Giveaway Football Contest kicked off August 8 and is truly a “no risk” football season promotion allowing anyone who does not win any weekly or end of season prizes to receive the entry fee back (see details below). A $25 entry fee registers players to compete for their share of $2 million in total cash and prizes including the opportunity to win one of two Dunhill Homes, a new Chevrolet Camaro or Silverado truck, or as an alternative to a vehicle, a cash prize of up to $20,000.
Voted “Best Football Contest” in Las Vegas 18 years in a row by the Las Vegas Review Journal, Great Giveaway offers the most payouts of any football contest in town.
Over the 17-week NFL season, Great Giveaway will award a total of $30,000 in prizes each week to players with the most wins or losses. The contestant who picks the most season winners or losers will win a new Dunhill home valued at $225,000 or $100,000 cash. The popular “Fiddle in the Middle” returns with total cash prize winnings of $200,000 for selecting the equal number of wins and losses for the entire season.
There is a $25 fee per entry with no more than two paid entries per person allowed. Those who purchase two entries will receive a bonus third entry for free. Contestants may also use Boarding Pass points at Station Casinos, Fiesta or Wildfire Gaming properties, or Jackie’s Club Cortez points at El Cortez, for payment or partial payment of entries.
Contestants will also receive their entry fee back in free slot play if they do not win any weekly or end of season prizes. Eligibility is based on paid entries only. Contestants must play all 17 weeks of the contest on all of their entries to be eligible for all prizes.
Contestants may submit weekly picks beginning August 24 at 10 a.m. for the $2 Million Great Giveaway with their Boarding Pass at any of the 15 Station Casinos’ sports book locations or at the El Cortez. For added convenience, easy-to-use computer kiosks at each location allow contestants to register their weekly picks 24-hours a day. Weekly standings may be checked online by heading to www.sclv.com. End of season results will be announced on January 7, 2013.
Last Man Standing Pro and College Elimination Football Contests
Contestants have the ability to win up to $200,000 in this year’s “winner takes all” Last Man Standing Elimination Football Contests available for both professional and college football. Last Man Standing is based on picking one winning football team against the contest line weekly at any Station Casinos sports book location including the Fiestas and Wildfire Gaming, or at the El Cortez. Selections will be made against the point spread listed on the weekly contest card and if it is a winning selection, that entry will remain in the contest for the following week. The fee is $25 per entry. Each contestant may purchase up to four entries total with a fifth entry for free for both contests. The prize money will be awarded to the last contestant remaining. If the weekly selection is a losing selection or a contestant fails to submit a weekly selection, that entry will be eliminated. There will be no ties and all games will be half point spreads.
Last Man Standing may be played at any of the Station Casinos sports books including the Fiestas and Wildfire Gaming properties, and at the El Cortez. $75,000 will be the minimum guaranteed aggregate prize for the professional football contest and $25,000 will be the minimum guaranteed aggregate prize for the college football contest. 100 percent of all entry fees will be returned as prize money. Thursday, Friday and Saturday college football games may be included.
A $100,000 winner’s bonus will be awarded to a player who individually wins both the professional and college Last Man Standing contests.
The weekly contest card will be available in the sports books beginning Monday, September 3. The deadline for signing up is September 8 at 7 p.m. for the college football contest and by September 9 at 9 a.m. for the professional football contest to be eligible.
All Station Casinos’ football contestants must be 21 or older, present valid identification to participate and be a Boarding Pass, or Jackie’s Club Cortez cardholder.
Complete rules, details and prize redemption information for all of the football contests are available in the respective sports books at all participating properties. Management reserves all rights. For more information about Station Casinos, visit www.sclv.com.
COLLEGE HOOPS DURING March in Las Vegas!
Doesn’t sound as romantic as say, springtime in Paris, but for college hoops fans there’s lots to love in the Sports Books at Station Casinos. This also just in, hours at all our Sports Books during the tournament are open at 6am, closed at 2am, so 1) be nice to the ticket writers, 2) check your tickets … good luck!
- First, if you need a room in Vegas during March.
- Extra Points for Parlays: Now, it’s only for four days, March 15-18, but parlays (use your Boarding Pass card) gets you 10X Points on all Parlay cards (repeat, cards) and 5X Points on Sports Parlays (over-the-counter and otherwise).
- $1 Dogs and $1 Buds: Not just for football, $1/$1 is definitely your friend during 12 or so hours of basketball. We also have a few more drink specials at all “casino bars” in case you need something a little harder for overtime games. Check out this starting lineup!
- Last Man Standing Contest: Kind of like the tournament itself … survive and advance to win a lot of money. Click this little image to the right here and ask in the Sports Book for more info but you have to be signed up by March 15 at 9am.
- Over at Boulder Station we’re having one of those Second-Chance Drawings where you lose a bet (at least $10) on the tournament, you write your Boarding Pass number on the ticket, stick it back in the drum, and on March 31 (between the Semi-Finals games) there’s a drawing and the three winners get a $110, $220 or $550 straight bet on Kentucky, we mean the championship game
- Sunset Station is having, pretty much all day starting at 9am, Viewing Parties at Club Madrid on the Thursday (3/15) and Friday (3/16) of the opening two days of action with giveaways and fun. If you never watched at Club Madrid, it’s pretty sweet, better than the Sports Book really, but still close to the Book for betting.
- Santa Fe Station is having their Viewing Parties in the Chrome Showroom on Friday, Saturday and Sunday starting at 10am with food and drink specials.
- For the Las Vegas-area sports bettors, there’s no better time to check out our Sports Connection online betting service.
Got a question about our Sports Books, betting on sports in general or Paris in the spring, we can help with the first two … let us know below!
IT’S REALLY ALL about the food … and the drinks, and the TV commercials, the prop bets, the game itself, too … but mostly about the food.
Football nirvana is in two Sundays and we’re readying for our Las Vegas Big Game parties. Now, there are only two teams left, of course, and based on the famous foods of their cities/states/areas, as well as the point spread in the Sports Book, it’s a tough call as to which team will be the champion.
Let’s break it down.
- New York/New Jersey … hot dogs with sauerkraut and yellow, no, make that deli mustard preferably bought off some cart on a sidewalk, best pizza (undebatable, sorry), maybe a hot pastrami or knish, Manhattan clam chowder, and a fancy drink like a Cosmopolitan or Manhattan (oh, that works).
- New England/Boston … New England clam chowder, baked beans, cream pie, Johnnycakes, lobster, Ye Olde _____, and Sam Adams.
For the record, we like New England clam chowder over Manhattan, but wethinks New York will win the championship and parade the trophy around a parking lot in northern New Jersey.
Here are our parties and promotions and we’ll keep adding details as we get closer to the Big Game football Sunday in Las Vegas.
What’s your fave football food? What’s the better chowder? What’s your favorite prop in the Sports Book? Have any questions, let us know below!
at Red Rock
If you’re gonna go big (and, hey, Sunday’s a great time to go BIG) then the Sports Book Lounge at Red Rock has a VIP package available that includes everything awesome (food, drink, a personal attendant) with four of the best seats in the house.
It’s like having No. 12′s life for eight hours.
Details and the reservations phone number on the poster here to the right.
Here’s Jason from the Sports Book. Oh yeah, he’s amped …
at Aliante Station
The Access Showroom at Aliante Station is one of the best places in Las Vegas to watch the Big Game. (It’s actually one of the best places to watch concerts, too, if you’ve never been.)
The screens are huge and the sound system is state-of-the-art.
On Big Game Sunday, Access has free admission with “Stadium” food and drinks available including bottles and buckets.
at Fiesta Henderson
At the Sports Book at Fiesta Henderson a $20 bet on the game gets you entered in a drawing to win cool stuff like jerseys. A $20 wager on game day Sunday gets you a commemorative football.
Now, as for food, in the Sports Book they’ll have a special football food menu that includes wings, dogs, pizza and nachos (now we’re talking). And, and, over at Amigo’s they have an All-You-Can-Eat Tacos & Tequila Tailgate (love it) menu, which you can view to the right here.
at Fiesta Rancho
Public viewing of the game will be at the Sports Book, Cabo Lounge and throughout the casino.
at Santa Fe Station
UPDATE: This is over, the winner was announced: On our Santa Fe Station facebook page, you can enter (before Jan. 31, 2012) to win a VIP Booth for up to 5 people at the Race & Sports Book Lounge for the Big Game on Sunday.
A randomly chosen winner will receive:
- VIP Seating for the Big Game
- Up to 36 Beers
- 2 Pizzas
- Chicken Wings
- Chips & Salsa
Winner will be notified via email on Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2012. All in winner’s party must be 21+ with valid ID.
Along with the Sports Book at Santa Fe, everyone can watch at the 4949 Lounge as well as any casino bar.
Here’s a little knowledge from Race & Sports Director Wild Bill …
at Texas Station
We got a second-chance drawing where any losing parlay bet (minimum of $20), made from January 31 – February 5, can be entered into a drawing where four folks will win $250. Drawing will be held after the Big Game, so if you got a losing parlay ticket don’t rip it up in disgust but rather drop it into the drawing drum with your Boarding Pass number.
More fun during the Big Game at Texas Station Lanes with special bowling rates, coupons, food and drink and half-time super specials. Check out this image to the right here for details.
at Green Valley Ranch
The rowdy crowd will be at the Lobby Bar (downstairs near the Lobby, as the name implies) starting at 1pm on Sunday. Admission is free and there’s $25 all-you-can-eat tailgate food. Drink specials, too, with Jagermeister girls passing out shots like some good quarterback throws passes (not sure what that means) and prizes from 3-6pm. Please call 702.249.3919 for details.
Also should be rowdy in Sports Book, Sports Book bar, Quinn’s …
at Sunset Station
We like this one because it’s like a football “pub crawl” where you can roam around – eat and drink – and then move on to the next place. Since there’s four spots maybe spend one quarter of the game at each. Plus you can work off some calories if you keep moving.
Anyway, starting at 2pm you get like a wristband or something for $20 (buy at any of the bars) and you can grub through out the game at Guadi Bar (the one in the middle with the cool stained-class ceiling), Rosalita’s (over by Starbucks), Bullfighter’s (Sports Book) and the King Pin Lounge (bowling center) just like it says on this poster here to right …
at Boulder Station
All kinds of food (wings, sliders, nachos, hot dogs, chili dogs, of course, and pizza) and drinks (beers, buckets of beers, beer towers, need to know what that is, shots, cocktails) … worry not, we know what we’re doing. Menu to the right here …
Free admission. Tables are available for reservations and more info at 702.432.7777.
at Palace Station
We love drink specials that coincide with the game action. At Cabo, they have $2 shot specials with every score of the game. The Over/Under is like 55ish so that could be way fun. Way! (What movie?)
So the deal with the party, it’s free admission and $20 gets you an all-you-can-eat Mexican buffet. Food at Cabo is excellent. You can buy tickets at Cabo starting Wednesday. Party starts at 2pm on Sunday. They have two large projector screens. $5 domestic pitchers. Party on! Excellent. (Same movie.)
This post was for the season when the Giants got lucky.
Any Monday football parties for the 2012-13 season are here.
LET’S START BY talkin’ a little football. Looking at the below schedule, the Monday Night lineup looks pretty solid. No offense to Florida football fans, but there might be a little too much Miami and Jacksonville…that’s just me.
But you know what, that’s the beauty of our Monday football parties in Las Vegas. We’re going to have a great time very Monday night no matter who’s playing. Must be 21. All are free. All are fun. Join us.
Have a question about our parties. Let us know below!
At Boulder Station’s Railhead
- Doors open at 4:30pm
- $2 drafts and shots
- Prizes through out game
- Hosted by Andy Kaye of KOMP 92.3
At Fiesta Rancho’s Club Tequila
- Doors open at 5pm
- Ladies drink free for the first quarter of every game
- 50-cent wings, $1 hot dogs, $2 nachos
- $1 Bud, Bud Light and Bud Light Lime, $3 Jack Daniels
At Green Valley Ranch’s Ovation
- Doors open at 5pm
- From $15 for bottomless beer and other drink specials
- Prize giveaways every commercial break
- Call for table reservations at 702.249.3919
At Sunset Station’s Club Madrid
- Doors open at 5pm
- Big-screen HD projectors
- Food and drink specials including $10 pizzas and $15 pizzas and a pitcher of beer
- Weekly Madden video game competition from 3 – 5pm
Monday Night Schedule (all games, except Week 1, start at 5:30pm)
- 12: New England at Miami (4pm) and Oakland at Denver (7:15pm)
- 19: St. Louis at NY Giants
- 26: Washington at Dallas
- 3: Indianapolis at Tampa Bay
- 10: Chicago at Detroit
- 17: Miami at NY Jets
- 24: Baltimore at Jacksonville
- 31: San Diego at Kansas City
- 7: Chicago at Philadelphia
- 14: Minnesota at Green Bay
- 21: Kansas City at New England
- 28: NY Giants at New Orleans
- 5: San Diego at Jacksonville
- 12: St. Louis at Seattle
- 19: Pittsburgh at San Francisco
- 26: Atlanta at New Orleans
UPDATED 9.7.11: Now, we’re ready!
LIKE MANY OF the pro football teams during preseason, we don’t quite yet have all the details worked out for this blog post. But like any team with a serious title shot, we do have most key components in place to tell you about now.
Continuing an awkward analogy, our quarterback – the Great Giveaway Las Vegas football contest – is all set. GG has been voted the Best Football Contest in Las Vegas 17 years in a row by the Las Vegas Review-Journal. That’s even more impressive than Indianapolis’ current streak of playoff appearances (which stands at how many years in a row? anyone?). Well, we will continue to add to this post and before the season kicks off we will have all our Xs and Os covered, but for now let’s go, and feel free to ask any questions below.
$2 M. GREAT GIVEAWAY FOOTBALL CONTEST
- Sign-ups (you need a player’s card) start today and end (to be eligible for end-of-season prizes) on Sept. 11 – which is the Sunday of Week 1 but please, please don’t wait that long – at 17 Sports Book locations including all Station Casinos, Fiestas and Wildfire properties as well as (new this year!) the El Cortez downtown. That was a long sentence. Here’s our Sports Book hours for GG registration before and during the season.
- Still $25 for one entry, buy two get third free.
- Big weekly winners get a Camaro or Silverado or cash. Big, big winners get houses at the end of season.
- There’s a Fiddle-in-the-Middle cash payout for the 500 Club and a “no lose” guarantee if you don’t win any prize all year and made your picks every week.
- What else? You can still check your picks and records at www.mygreatgiveaway.com.
Let the trash-talking begin!
We started a Great Giveaway page on facebook
$1 BUDS/$1 DOGS
Yes, worry not, there will be $1 Budweiser beers and $1 hot dogs during all live televised football games inside any Station Casinos Sports Book and at the El Cortez on Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays. Yum!
- $25 per entry. Buy four, get one free.
- Pro winner gets a guaranteed $75,000. College $25,000. Win both (yer good!) and double it to $200K. Last year the cash prizes came out to be significantly more than the guarantee (keep reading).
- The sign-up deadline for college is Sept. 10 at 7 pm. For pro, Sept. 11 at 9am.
- Last year the winner for LMS College was decided after Week 9, she, yes she, won $38,375. Last year’s LMS Pro winner lasted until Week 12, beat nearly 4,000 entries and won $80,350!
If you live in the area, you can bet sports online in Las Vegas with Sports Connection. Pretty sweet.
We know, we know, 20-for-20 not easy, but it shouldn’t be for $1 Million! Also got 15-for-15 for $100,000.
Also, also, all our other Parlay and Teaser cards on this poster to the right here.
Any questions, let us know below!
MONDAY FOOTBALL PARTIES
We made a separate post for these here.
FOOTBALL FUN IN OUR POKER ROOMS
We asked our Poker Managers what’s happening in their rooms during football. Here’s what they had to say:
Steve from Boulder Station: For our 17th Annual Football Squares we’re giving out 100 squares on Sunday and 100 squares on Monday. Each Quarter on Sunday, and the final score, gets $50 in cash. On Monday, we give $100 each quarter and $100 for the final score. Must be present to win and if no winner the money rolls over to the next week, Sunday to Sunday and Monday to Monday (same quarter). How to earn Squares:
- A designated hand posted in the Poker Room earns one Square.
- Players must have at least Aces full or better in Omaha and at lease Jacks full or better in Hold’em. They will get one Square for each high hand.
We will have one board for the Championship Game.
Frank from GVR: Our football promo is simply this: We currently pay out for four-of-a-kind high hands (the amount the hand is worth progresses daily). We plan on picking three specific pro games on Sunday (10am, 1pm and 5:30pm) and the Monday night game, and during those games if a player receives a qualifying Four-of-a-Kind high hand we will pay the player double the amount on the board.
Theresa at Texas Station: For football, we have Splash the Pot! Sunday’s following our tournament, we splash the 1pm game and Monday the night game. Poker room is the home team. When the home team scores a touchdown we splash $50 … field goal $25 … safety $100.
Janet from Palace Station: For Sunday and Monday games, first three quarters start at $50, final quarter $100 (must be playing Poker to win). If no winner, the money rolls over to the following week with $50/$100 added. Aces full or better earns a square.
Mike from Red Rock: We will have a separate Football Pool Board for Sunday morning, Sunday night and Monday morning. Each week there will be 100 squares offered for each board. Hold’em player get squares for any Royal Flush, any Straight Flush and any Four-of-a-Kind. For Omaha players, any Royal Flush and any Straight Flush. Random numbers will be put on the Football Pool Board with the first three-quarter winners getting $50 each and Final Score winner getting $50.
David from Santa Fe Station: Typical football squares with 100 squares total. Players earn squares Tuesday-Saturday of each week by hitting high hands. Each column (home team) and row (away team) on the Squares Board will be randomly numbered 0-9. Each quarter the last number of the home team’s score and the last number of the away team’s score correspond with a square on the board. If the player is here, they win the amount shown. If no one claims, the square amount goes up by $50. This happens three games per week for the regular pro season.
Elaine from Sunset Station: We have Football Squares for the Sunday games (1:15pm and 5:20pm), and the Monday night game at 5:30pm. Earn squares during the week with Aces full or better. Players will pick the game for squares they earn. Players earn 2 squares for squares earned between 2am-10am. Each quarter, in each game, is worth at least $50 to the player whose square has the score at the end of the quarter. Player must be present and playing to win. If the money for the quarter is not paid out it is added to payout for the same quarter in the next week’s game. (For example, if the $50 for the 1st Quarter in the 1:15 game on Sunday is not paid, the 1st Quarter of next Sunday’s 1:15 game will be worth $100.)
The 16 Station Casinos’ properties offering all of these great football contests include: Aliante Station, Boulder Station, Fiesta Henderson, Fiesta Rancho, Green Valley Ranch, Palace Station, Red Rock Resort, Santa Fe Station, Sunset Station, Texas Station, Wild Wild West, Gold Rush, Barley’s, Wildfire Casino Boulder, Wildfire Casino Rancho and Wildfire Casino & Lanes. Additionally, the El Cortez Hotel & Casino’s sport book is now managed by Station Casinos and will be included in all Station Casinos’ football contests.
EXECUTIVE AT EL Cortez Hotel and Casino and Station Casinos LLC announced a partnership today for Station Casinos to manage the sports book operations for the downtown casino. The arrangement, pending state and local gaming regulatory approvals, would commence in early-August.
Station Casinos will provide the El Cortez with Station’s Wagering Integrated Network (WIN), a wholly owned, proprietary system that allows for the processing, management and reporting of race and sports wagers across the Station Casinos’ network of race and sports books as well as its odds on all wagered sporting events. Additionally, El Cortez customers will have the opportunity to participate in Station’s popular Great Giveaway and Last Man Standing Football contests as well as have access to Sports Connection, the Station’s proprietary intranet and phone wagering program for Nevada residents.
“Partnering with Station Casinos will allow us to grow our sports book business and tap into their vast network, state-of-the-art technology and popular promotions,” said Mike Nolan, General Manager/Chief Operating Officer for El Cortez. “We have a large clientele who are employed by downtown businesses that wager with us, now they can also enjoy the ease and convenience of playing Station’s Great Giveaway at the El Cortez.” Other new sports book offerings at El Cortez will now include: higher betting limits, higher comps and VIP parking for sports bettors.
The management contract with the El Cortez marks Station Casinos’ foray into managing sports book operations outside its family of casinos. “We’re excited to be in the downtown gaming market and bring our cutting-edge wagering technology and exciting contests to the loyal guests of the El Cortez,” said Art Manteris, Vice President of Sports Book Operations for Station Casinos. Currently, Station Casinos owns and operates 16 sports books inside its various casinos.
About Station Casinos LLC
Founded in 1976, Station Casinos LLC is the leading provider of gaming and entertainment to the residents of Las Vegas, Nevada. The Company’s properties include various amenities, including numerous restaurants, entertainment venues, movie theaters, bowling and convention/banquet space, as well as traditional casino gaming offerings such as video poker, slot machines, table games, bingo and race and sports wagering. The Company owns 17 properties including: Boulder Station, Fiesta Henderson, Fiesta Rancho, Green Valley Ranch, Palace Station, Red Rock Resort, Santa Fe Station, Sunset Station, Texas Station, Days Inn at Wild Wild West and the Wildfire Gaming division that includes Barley’s Brewery, The Greens, Gold Rush, Lake Mead Lounge, Wildfire Casino & Lanes, Wildfire Boulder and Wildfire Rancho. The Company also manages Aliante Station pursuant to a management agreement. Additionally, Station Casinos LLC owns various land holdings and develops and/or manages four tribal gaming opportunities in California and Michigan pursuant to development and management agreements. For more information, visit www.stationcasinos.com.
About El Cortez Hotel and Casino
Celebrating its 70th anniversary in 2011, El Cortez Hotel & Casino is the longest continuously operating hotel casino in Las Vegas. The iconic property can be found in historic downtown Las Vegas at 600 East Fremont Street and is the only casino in the city’s burgeoning Fremont East Entertainment District. With 300 newly remodeled hotel rooms, including six uniquely themed suites that resulted from the 2010 Design A Suite Downtown Contest, El Cortez offers some of the best accommodations in downtown Las Vegas. The casino features full-pay 3-2 single deck blackjack, 10 times odds on craps, state-of-the-art roulette and more than 1,000 slot machines. El Cortez also offers a full range of sports betting options and is proudly affiliated with the Station Casinos Sports Book. For more information, visit www.elcortezhotelcasino.com.