Oh, yeah! Slots A Fun, next to Cicus Circus was a great place to hung around in the 90's! I lived in Vegas for four times in the 90's and freguently visited SAF, back then all beer was just 75 Cents, all domestic and imported the sign said, I happen to be there the day they raised it from 75 cents to $1.25, It must have been then about 1998? There really was a great atmosphere all around those low bet tables and the bar area next to them, behind a pick up window cafe for hot dogs and Shrimp cocktails, both forc99 Cents!! There was a Casino Westward Ho next door to south and next to that Casino Stardust. A nice free parking lot between them, part of Westward Ho, they validated for few hours at a time. SAF was just a nice mix of herds of tourists and folks who lived in Vegas, well, that bar area. Regulars were big on watching NCAA and NFL games and would bet on them from the Stardust. I guess from what I hear it's nothing like that anyl onger?!
No more table games, and very little full pay video poker. Aces and eights at the half dollar level is one. Use your circus circus player card here, even though MGM owns it, they have yet to incorporate them onto the M Life card.
they have dropped a lot of slot games but they some some decent not great video poker pay tables.
I had one of their Nathans dogs very good, but make sure you get the special 2 dogs it is a good deal. I asked for sauerkraut and it costs over eighty cents. Not a good deal.
We walked over from the Riviera recently to check out Slots-A-Fun Casino. It had been many years since we last visited this casino. It is now owned by Circus Circus next door. It is small but less crowded than Circus Circus.