The above video is about a slot penny promotion for South Point on the South Strip for the month of February with a lady that is way too excited. Penny promotion have become popular in the last few years especially by locals casino such as Boyds who also has properties in Downtown Las Vegas. One note about penny slot machines is often need to play multiply pennies to get the big bonuses in some case up to 400 or $4 a spin so you might be better to play a 25 cent or $1 machine which has higher pay backs in Las Vegas but the penny machines are real popular.
The Cromwell the boutique hotel that was created out of the shell of the former Bills Gamblin Hall & Saloon shows off its new commercial above in a style very much like the Cosmopolitan.
In the above new commercial for the Stratosphere people that look the customer base for the property talk about taking Las Vegas back from the high end food, drinks and expense of Las Vegas as a lot of the town has gone more upscale. The commercial is clever in showcasing the Stratosphere as a less expensive place to visit on the Strip using the tag line ‘What happened to Las Vegas? The only fault i have with the commercial is the property charges a $18 a night resort fee which isn’t exactly consumer friendly but is now all too common in Las Vegas.
Above is a commercial for the new remodeled and rebranded Linq Hotel & Casino next to the Linq entertainment district on the center Strip. The commercial is interesting because it was made before the remodel on the Quad was finished so what you get is lots of views of the Linq entertainment district but not of the Linq Hotel & Casino.