"The two casinos on the Pueblo of Pojoaque north of Santa Fe are giving away lots of free slot play in September"
The two casinos on the Pueblo of Pojoaque north of Santa Fe are giving away lots of free slot play in September.
At Buffalo Thunder, they’re calling it the $125,000 Big Thunder Roll. Five persons will qualify every hour between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. to win up to $150 in free slot play (called Flash Cash at Buffalo Thunder). On Saturday October 1, someone will win $2,000 cash.
At the Cities of Gold Casino, about two miles north of Buffalo Thunder, qualified gamers will get a chance to win up to $500 City Cash (free slot play) from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.. Five winners are drawn every hour. On Friday, September 30, the grand finale will be held from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., when 25 winners will spin to win up to $2,500 cash.
To qualify for most prizes, customers must be a member of the players club (free) and use their card when playing the slot machines. As an added bonus, a person can win up to $500 when they sign up for a players club card. The legal age for gambling in New Mexico is 21.
Here’s more gaming promotions at Buffalo Thunder:
Every Wednesday, enter the weekly blackjack tournament. Tournaments start at 8 p.m. and offer $3,500 in prizes! Earn 50 points during the week to qualify; buy-in is $50.
Three weekly poker tournaments:
Tuesdays – 6:30 p.m.; $30 plus $5 entry fee
Fridays – 6:30 p.m.; $50 plus $5 entry fee
Sundays – 5 p.m.; $100 plus $10 entry fee
Weekday rounds are 15 minutes; weekend rounds are 20 minutes. Contact the Poker Room for details.
At Buffalo Thunder the Monday buffet is only $7.77 and two for one on Tuesdays. The specials are for members of the players club.
At the Cities of Gold Casino the breakfast buffet is only $3 for club members.
Hotel rooms at Buffalo Thunder for club members are only $59. Restrictions apply.
Tickets for the 1970s rock group America are on sale starting at $20 and are available at the Casino Box Office, ticket.com, or by calling 800-905-3315. America will perform live in concert on Saturday, Oct. 8.