$20 for a casino visit ($40 total value)
- $20 worth of non-cashable slot play
- $20 dining voucher
Customers can take the free Saskatoon shuttle or hand off car keys to the complimentary valet service. Once inside, they sign up for the Players Club, the casino's free rewards program. Staffers then hand over $20 worth of slot-machine credit, which players can dispense across more than 600 machines. Customers must play the full $20 of slot machine credit before cashing out.
For dining options, the onsite restaurant hosts barbecue nights on Thursdays and pasta nights on Wednesdays ($12.95+ for pasta and salad); salad or pasta alone is also available ($8.95). Drop in on Sundays for their brunch specials. The restaurant operates from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. and the deli from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.
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.