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Boot Hill Casino & Resort, Dodge City

(2.8/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web)
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  • This was my first time to the casino and I was partially impressed. Only 1 craps table that didn't open until 6 pm on weekdays and 4 pm on the weekend. When the table first open, only half the table w...  more »
  • this is a good way to kill time if you are stuck in Dodge city for work. The food is real pricey for a casino but it is pretty good usually. The slot machines are very tight. the back bar is never ope...  more »
  • We visited Boot Hill casino at least once a month. Had luck almost every time. Food is really good and usually we have discounted or free meals. Friendly atmosphere too!  more »
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  • 10 minimum craps and one table open on a slow day! The hotel that's pretty much a short walk/same parking lot allowed pets. They did not impress me enough to make the trip from okc again. Kansas City has several casinos to choose from so that's a better bet. Pun intended
  • Excellent accommodation. Nice rooms. Good food. Clean casino. Prime rib prepared well, as ordered.
  • Decided to stop on my way through Kansas. I got my card and went to get a hotel special. With my room, I got two $25 coupons for free play and two $10 meal coupons. The couple from Texas in front of me got the same deal, with each of them getting a $25 and $10 coupon.it made sense to me. You pay the same for the same package. Wrong. Because I am single, I was traveling by myself. Because I am single, the casino would not allow the same amount for me as the couple. Now, any good gambler will tell you, its not about what you lose, it's about the perks. Any good casino knows that, which is why they give comps in the first place. This couple from Texas was done playing in about an hour.They spent 50 bucks from the casino and 50 bucks they had allotted themselves. I, on the other hand, had allotted myself around 700.00. Right now, I am in their restaurant eating for free. I will then go gamble on their 25 bucks. I will then go back to the motel and repeat this tomorrow and the next day. Eating for free and walking out after their 25 is spent. As I am spending 3 nights, I get three coupons. Because I am single, the casino will keep 75 dollars in comps and 30 in food coupons that I would have received if I was not single. To me, that is discrimination. I am not the type to cry for a lawyer because my feelings got hurt. They aren't hurt. I'm pissed. That's okay. I will go through Deadwood on my way home to S.D. The Deadwood Gulch is where I am a regular. Not only do they comp fairly there, they treat their customers like family from the first time they meet you. It's all a matter of principle with me. With them, it's about alienating customers because they have no clue how to make money. I'm insulted by their prejudice against those of us who choose to be single. You lose, Deadwood wins.
  • Fun place won a little money too! Wouldve given 5 stars but had none of the slots i usually play but still had a good time.
  • Restaurant has too much class, not enough salad bar. They too good for us drivers. Ribeye was medium, not medium rare as requested... and when the chili runs out, it's time to keep' on truckin'...