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The Slots-A-Fun Casino is a casino on the Las Vegas Strip, owned by MGM Resorts International. It is adjacent to Circus Circus.Slots-A-Fun is one of the smallest casinos operating on The Strip, and offered some of the lowest table-game betting minimums on the famed street. As of summer 2008, players could wager as little as $2.00 at craps and $1.00 at blackjack. The craps table is directly located at the main open-air entrance and, of all gaming tables in Las Vegas, is the gaming table that is physically located closest to the traffic of the Strip.The casino no longer hosts live table games. As of 2011, the only games were slots and other machines, such as blackjack and 3-card poker. There is drink service. The bar is staffed 24 hours a day and 1 or 2 cocktail waitresses work the casino floor. Certain beers and other drinks are free to slot players. (This may change during peak hours.)HistoryCarl Thomas, a gaming executive linked to the Civella family of the Kansas City mob, owned the Slots-A-Fun casino in the 1970s when various parts of the mafia controlled the operation of casinos in Las Vegas. Thomas helped orchestrate an elaborate scheme to skim money from casinos for the mob, which he was later arrested, charged, and convicted for his role in the skim.Circus Circus Enterprises, owner of the neighboring Circus Circus casino, purchased Slots-A-Fun in 1979.
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  • One of the things I loved to do when I come into town is hit the slots and after a while get a Slots o Fun foot long hot dog and a couple of Ice Cold Beers. After that then I'd go and hit the slots so...  more »
  • Last time I was there was 2006. From reading reviews, I was prepared for the current state, but seeing it in person made me very sad. I think the same carpet is still there. It is very roomy, since ma...  more »
  • Starting going to the slots of fun probably around the early 80's. Back then the place was bustling with people. Just visited the place in March of 2017 and they've pulled out the table games and repl...  more »
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  • Wow how things have changed. No more 1/2 lb hot dogs. No more Silver Strike and Top Dollar machines here. No more casino right next to the street. Now there are bowling lanes, pool tables, ticket counters, a Noble Romans pizza, and a Subway sandwich shop. I remember leaving Circus Circus to go play the slots in Slots of Fun, grab a cheap hot dog late at night, or grab some free coffee and doughnuts in the early AM. Those days are gone. I barely recognized the place this last visit. Almost no one inside, the back part of the building looking almost abandoned, and the front now looking like a bar game room and nothing like the small casino it used to be.
  • Where's the $1 beers and $1 hotdogs? Bring back the $.50 black jack lol.
  • Military beware... make sure to check the exhibits first for discounts as the lady said the eifel tower didn't have any so we bought tickets from her. We showed up and it's free to get into the eifel tower for military and aaa members. At least they were cheap tickets but still.
  • Hadn't been to Vegas in a while but decided to visit the strip. I usually stay close to the downtown area. I like "old vegas". Anyway, I was remembering the days of 99 cent hot dogs, 99 cent shrimp cocktails, and 75 cent Heinekens. I know those days are long gone but I was also remembering the old Big Bertha slot machine that sat outside the slots a fun casino. Let's just say I was shocked at what it has become. Nothing exists from the old days. It has become more of a venue for people that just want to party. It won't be long before downtown becomes a mini strip with these owners buying the casinos and turning them into resorts. That's probably why I still prefer Laughlin over vegas. It still has the older casino friendly atmosphere.
  • Park at circus circus...The parking next to this little booth is mostly for Denny's next door.