Slots-A-Fun Casino Dangles Sexy Marketing Ploy

Slots-A-Fun at Circus Circus, one of the most adorable casinos on the Las Vegas Strip, has come up with a clever marketing strategy to grab the attention of passersby.

The casino typically urges guests to “Play, Win, Drink,” but the strategic placement of a video screen on its facade conveys a different, more enticing message.

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Now, that’s how you Vegas.

“Lay, Win, Drink” isn’t the typical order of our Las Vegas activities, but when it Vegas, it’s smart to be flexible.

If you get our drift.

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  • RustyHammer

    That place is a dump. Can you get casserole there? If not, shut it down.

    • EnuffBull

      The sign cuts off, so it is “asserole” there.

  • Michael Hetrick

    Do they even have anything to “play” and “win” at? Last time I was there, no table games…few slots. Seemed like it was like a giant open room with some lounge chairs. Don’t understand why it hasn’t just closed at this point.

    • Yeah, no table games at this point, unless you include pool.

  • Paul Farmer

    The smell in this place, pew!

  • Photoncounter

    If they had a craps table you could lay, win, drink. I’ve had more fun, and success, betting wrong than right! Then again, I’m a natural born a-hole…

    Totally agree with another poster, place is a dump. Last time I stopped by a few years ago (went to the Peppermill to satisfy my gluttony gene) the machines were old, few were occupied and it was filthy.

  • Manybar Goatfish

    This post proves it. Las Vegas blog awards are pretty easy to come by. In fact, they’re given away to anyone willing to take them. “Lay-Win Drink.” Are you kidding me? LOL

    • Rude, but must agree awards have always been easy for me. “)

      • Manybar Goatfish

        Sorry that my comment fell flat. Didn’t mean it that way. Just having fun. Your sense of humor works for me, always.

  • Justin Combs

    Slow day in Vegas news, eh?

    • The volume of Las Vegas news has no bearing whatsoever on what I post.

  • Vegas Todd

    Back in the day, you were 3 deep in there waving a twenty trying to get the bartender’s attention so you could get a $1.00 Becks, Corona or Heineken. They even had to put blackjack tables out on the sidewalk because it was so packed.
    Sad times in there now.