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Sam's Town

Reviewing: Sam's Town Tunica, Missisippi  |  Rating:
karlawmcdonald By karlawmcdonald on
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This past January my husband and I took a little road trip south of our home. For as long as I can remember I have really enjoyed gambeling, especially playing the one armed bandits or slot machines, my husband on the other hand could take it or leave it.

After speaking with several of our friends who make the Tunica run pretty often, we set out to find Sam's Town, it is one casiono in a cluster of three, and if you have ever been to Tunica you will notice that the casinos are sporadic, so finding three so close together is a bonus.

My advice to anyone looking to spend a weekend gambeling is check out each website for specials and become a member to all of them. You can earn what they refer to as comp rooms, comp meals, etc. And what that is, is the more you do there and spend, the more you earn! For example if you go often you can earn a free or complimetary rooms or meals.

Your membership cards that you use to play casino games with can earn you chances at winning prizes, when we went the prize at Sam's Town was a 51" LCD television. Other casions were giving away leather coats to new members, another had buffet style meals for one penny! You should see the buffets a casion puts on, they litterally have every for you can imagine from American, Italian, Chinese, salad bars, fruit bars, fish and more!!

Tournaments and concerts go on constantly, George Jones was there in concert when we were.

The rooms are georgous, spacious and clean, with memberships you get your room rates considerably cheaper and the best part our bed was so comfy!

The decor in the hotel part was stunning! From the lobby, glass elevator, and even the bathrooms were magnificent! The glass and lights makes you feel like you are on the Vegas strip, and the staff are more than accomodating, room service was the fastest and friendliest of any I have ever had, although pricey.

When we make it back to Tunica, we know where we will be staying, even though all we "won" was $13.00