Casinos inject some much-needed suspense into everyday life with games of chance, raised stakes, and croupiers that end every roulette spin with “or is it?” Keep yourself on the edge of a luxurious seat with this Groupon to Dakota Dunes Casino.
Choose between the following options:
- $20 for $20 worth of noncashable slot play and a $20 dining voucher (a $40 total value)
- $38 for $40 worth of noncashable slot play and a $40 dining voucher for two or more (an $80 total value)<p>
Dakota Dunes Casino’s 85,000 square feet of betting bliss invites players to stroll a vast gaming floor before dining on-site. After disembarking from the Saskatoon shuttle or slingshotting car keys to an impressively reflexive valet—both complimentary services for casino guests—players armed with credit for noncashable slot play can sidle up next to one of more than 500 slot boxes (the entire credit amount must be expended before cashing out). Heed the call of the high jackpot with enticingly named slots such as Mystic Temple and Life of Luxury, or stretch out the fun with thriftier one- and two-cent slots that include Ghostbusters, Dark Knight, and Tarzan. Dakota Dunes has more than 400 staffers—omnipresent on the casino floor— to assist slot neophytes by answering questions and aid in carrying out large walrus stuffed-animal winnings. Plus, staff members can sign guests up for the Players Club, a free rewards program that can earn players cash-redeemable bonus points for playing slots, along with free coffee and soft drinks. Dining vouchers, usable at the casino restaurant, satisfy high-roller appetites with sprawling lunch ($10.95) and supper ($14.95) buffets. The in-house deli counter dishes out fast, casual eats, such as hot dogs ($3) and pizza slices ($3.75).
Dakota Dunes Casino
Big payouts aren't the only things that draw smiles at Dakota Dunes Casino. Across the facility's 85,000 square feet, visitors break into grins over sprawling buffet, the full-service bar, live entertainment, and, of course, gambling. A multitude of staffers roam the casino floor, ensuring each guest has no cause to frown.
More than 600 machines fill the slot area with electronic beeps and bright neon lights, which display names such as Life of Luxury and Triple Double Diamonds. The largest potential payday comes from the new Smoke Signals Jackpot, which awards its winners with at a minimum of $1,000,000—enough to purchase the entire moon in 1952. The Player Jackpot has prizes ranging from $1,000 to $3,000, and The Dreamer Jackpot dispenses prize amounts up to $75,000.Hundreds of other machines may dispense thousands of dollars at any given time, while one- and two-cent machines dispense more frequent thrills. Inside the poker room, games of limit and no-limit Texas hold'em stretch well past midnight.
Dakota Dunes Casino also hosts the occasional live music performance from country and bluegrass artists along with other entertainment acts.