Slots fans will be in their element at Seneca Niagara casino, where more than 2,500 reels and video slot machines are available, ranging from penny spins to $100 pulls. The casino prides itself on providing the latest games, and its roster regularly changes, so returning guests are sure to find something new.
The casino has introduced two exciting new Interblock games, Diamond Dual Roulette and Universal Cabinet Craps. The latter allows gamers to play at their own pace and wager according to their personal preferences. The intuitive touch button even allows players to choose how hard they want to bounce the dice.
As well as the slots, you’ll also find more than sixty table games, including blackjack, Ultimate Texas Hold ‘Em, craps, roulette, Mississippi Stud, and Pai Gow Poker. The High Limit Table area provides additional thrills and privacy for those wishing to bet big. For those looking for lesser-found variations on popular games, there’s Spanish 21 (a variation of blackjack) and Mini Baccarat. Side bets can also be placed on table games to add an extra element of excitement to the table games.
The casino’s Sports Lounge is one of the most popular venues to bet on major sporting events in western New York. Enjoy watching the action on the hi-def television screens, placing your wagers, and sampling the delicious food on offer. As a bonus, if you place a wager of $100 or more, you’ll receive a free drink from the bar.
There’s a loyalty program on offer, too: Social Club by Seneca. Signing up is easy, although you’ll need a government-issued ID to do so. Once you’re a member, you’ll start earning points by simply inserting your card into any of the casino’s slot machines when you play or handing your card to a live dealer. The points you earn can be redeemed for discounts for sporting events, restaurants, and more.
As part of a larger resort, Seneca Niagara Casino boasts hotel accommodation and several restaurants. There’s also live entertainment on offer, including performances from world-famous stars, magic shows, and other wow-factor events.
Bus services number 50 and 77 stop within a short walking distance of the casino. Fourth Street and Third Street, and Wendel Way stations are just a few minutes walk from the casino, too.