My WinnersBank was probably one of my best investments and I haven't gone to a casino without it! Great customer service and a great product. I'll finally get to try mine out in Vegas next week too, looking forward to it. Good luck during your trip! Fill it up a few times over!
So after a few 'losing' trips to local casinos, I finally broke down and bought myself a Winners bank 200 and I gotta say, not only is this device a great investment for slot enthusiasts, it's a great investment for ANYONE who enjoys gambling and likes having some money in their pockets after a full day at the casino!!! I'm still amazed by the outstanding customer service and speed that my order was processed and shipped to me. I ordered my bank on Friday, October 26th, it was shipped the 27th, I received a phone call from the inventor/founder Jun Parker on the 28th informing me of the estimated delivery date, had my Winners Bank in my hands on Tuesday the 30th along with a follow up email from Jun to confirm that I received my order. Impressive to say the least and well worth the small investment for a great tool. If you don't have one yet, get one!!!
Okay, so on to the report. Went out yesterday (Nov. 7th) and did what I'll call the Temecula tour. 5 casinos starting with Pechanga at around 10am. I didn't stay long at Pechanga, just ate and played a $20 on Wild Leopards. I hit a couple of bonuses and got up to $100, cashed out, put $40 in my Winners Bank to christen it and moved on to Pala. I had $105 in FP at Pala so I used $20 of that on Sparkling Diamonds and ended up hitting this... It paid $120 so once again I cashed out and slid a $100 bill into the bank. I also hit $95 on an Asian themed slot I don't recall the name of and $40 more dollars went in to the bank. After that it was off to Pauma. Unfortunately Pauma played Hoover and sucked up $120 with nothing really hit playing Line King, Stinkin' Rich, The Phantom and LOTR: Land of Mordor. Got out of there before doing any more damage and headed to Harrah's Rincon. The only hit I thought was picture worthy at Harrah's was this one. The most free spins I've had on ol' Dean-o's slot...
The result was this... $91 wasn't too bad so I cashed out and put another $100 bill in the bank. Played a few more fun games (Jewel of the Dragon, Godzilla, Wild Leopards, etc.) but didn't win all that much. Lastly it was off to Valley View for the lobster buffet and what ended up being a donation of most of what was left of my BR. Here's how it looked after a good 8-9 hours of gambling... Ended up bringing home $280 in my Winners bank and salvaged $59 dollars from my original bankroll of $400. I know after this long post, down $61 dollars from my original BR it doesn't seem like a real winning day but thanks to the Winners Bank it really does feel like one!