Every casino in Oklahoma is affiliated with the Indian Tribes. These locations are allowed to offer both Class II and Class III gaming machines. Most Oklahoma casinos that offer Class II machines only look like slot machines but they may also include games of bingo. Spinning video reels are mainly for entertainment purposes only. Only some casinos also offer traditional Class III slots in Oklahoma.

Payouts in Oklahoma Casinos

Gaming machines, whether Class II or Class III, are not allowed to accept or payout in coins. All the payouts are done by printed receipt or through an electronic debit card. There is no public information available regarding the payback percentages on gaming machines at any of the Indian reservation casinos in Oklahoma.

Casinos in Oklahoma are quite different from those in various states as the slot machine payback statistics for that particular state’s casinos are usually released as a matter of public record. You can just click here if you want to see a list of the slot machine payback statistics for the casinos in all the U.S states.

Card Games in Oklahoma Casinos

There are some Oklahoma casinos that have card games like blackjack, three-card poker or let it ride, etc., offer a player-banked version which is where players will have to pay a commission to the house on every hand that they play. The amount of the commission that the charge does vary and it depends on the rules of each casino, but it is usually between 50 cents to $1 per hand played. You can call the casino so as to see if they charge a commission.

Things to do at Casinos in Oklahoma

If you are searching for the largest casinos in Oklahoma, you are going to find Choctaw Casino resort, Riverwind Casino and then Winstar World Casino which is the largest casino in Oklahoma. If you are searching for a place that you can stay on your trip, you are going to find a plethora of Oklahoma casinos with hotels.

The traditional roulette and dice games were legalized in Oklahoma in the mid-2018. The games are like the player-banked versions mentioned above where the players are going to pay a commission to the house on every spin in roulette or once for each point roll in craps. In Oklahoma, you are also going to find two horse racing facilities that feature Class II gaming machines.

The majority of the Indian casinos in Oklahoma offer gaming machines. Some of the other games offered are craps, mini-baccarat, blackjack, roulette, pai gow poker, three-card poker, let it ride, ultimate Texas hold’em, Mississippi stud, bingo and off-track betting.

It is not all of the Oklahoma casinos that serve alcoholic beverages and the individual listings note the casinos that do serve it. All the casinos in Oklahoma are usually opened for 24 hours unless it is noted otherwise. The gambling age limit is 18 at some casinos while 21 at others.

If you are in need of more information on visiting casinos in Oklahoma or tourist information, call the Oklahoma Tourism Department at (800) 652-6552 or go to If you are searching for casinos in Oklahoma that are close to you, make use of our American Casino Guide App where you can find the casinos closest to you anywhere in the US.

Want to See a Map of all Oklahoma Casinos?

Visit our Oklahoma casinos map page to see a detailed map showing all casinos in that state.

Shown below is our Oklahoma casinos list. Click on a casino name to see a page of detailed information about the Oklahoma casinos.

Try an online casino for FREE! Use any of our great No Deposit Bonus Codes. No credit card needed, just sign up and start playing!

Top things to do in Oklahoma

Go sightseeing at the Oklahoma City Zoo

This zoo features pathways that take tourist through numerous ecosystems from African plains to the tropical jungles. Established over a century ago, it has nurtured more than 500 species of animals, including some endangered species.  Demonstrations and education sessions, which are suitable for the entire family, are a highlight, as you will get to enjoy close-up interaction with the animals. Some other things to do here are to go boating on the zoo’s lake, explore the stingray touch tank, or hop on a train ride.

Visit the Museum of the Great Plains, Lawton

This museum is a great place to go and features hands-on and interactive natural history exhibits where you will discover life in the west as it was for Native Americans and pioneers. You can explore historic buildings like a trading post, train depot, and schoolhouse. This is also a perfect place to go if you want to discover local culture as you can visit the Comanche National Museum and Cultural Center or you can tour the Holy City where you can  see an unusual collection of buildings that look like Israel during the Biblical times.

Explore Gilcrease Museum

Located in Tulsa, this museum features an extensive art and history collection from the American West where you can explore both frontier settlement and Native American cultures. Collections include art, anthropological artifacts, and historical manuscripts. The museum can be found on 460 acres of land in the Osage hills. The museum includes magnificent lush gardens covering 23 acres and features thematic gardening styles like lovely Victorian, pre-Columbian, colonial, and pioneer landscapes.

Go for a drive on Route 66

Route 66 runs from Chicago to Los Angeles and the longest run of miles that cuts diagonally through the state of Oklahoma. The Oklahoma length starts in the northeastern corner of the state and runs through Tulsa and Oklahoma City before crossing the border into Texas. There are varieties of roadside attractions that you can explore on the route like Oklahoma Route 66 Museum, National Route 66, and Transportation Museum in Elk City, Blue Whale of Catoosa or the Golden Driller in Tulsa. The highlight of the attractions on the route is the Oklahoma Route 66 Museum which offers the chance to learn about the history of the road and it features immersive experiences like a 1950s diner and the changing exhibits that you will love.

Comment ( 1 )

  • AcgAdmin

    Thanks for the comment. We updated the Oklahoma Casinos page to reflect that information.

Reply comment


American Casino Guide Book