Everyone also gets 100 when it hits, but yeah I think I originally misread and thought it was on a machine instead of on every machine.
i'm not a slot machine or vp guy so i thought i'd ask you experts a question. isn't it true that when you first sign up for a comp card that most large casinos will give some kind of halfway decent promo; free play or whatever. so couldn't somebody new to machine play exploit that by going to A.C. or vegas and getting comp cards in many different casinos and playing just long enough to get those bonuses? i know you won't get rich doing this but wouldn't it be a fairly significant trip positive?
Some of these things, like this mentioned promotion confuse me. It's written like just using your card is good enough(same odds), but these may take coin-in into account when awarding a winner. Comes down to whether or not your bet matters. If it does, for what reason are casinos hiding it, and how can they justify it by the rules. If a casino says no entries are required, seems like there is some kind of entry required.
I sent stations a message and they have not replied yet, totally ignored my questions.