Caesars Palace Slot Jackpots Continue, One Guest Hits Four for $500K

The Dragon Link machines at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas were still on fire over the weekend. They spewed out $500K in jackpot cash to one lucky player.

That comes just weeks after another anonymous player went on a seven-jackpot winning streak that left them $1.6 million richer, all on Dragon Link progressive machines. 

The latest wins came on Saturday morning over a three-hour span. The guest hit two jackpots of slightly more than $150,000 each and one of $100,000, for a total win of $536,830.

The guest was betting between $750 and $1000 per spin at the time. 

These big wins at Caesars flagship Las Vegas casino also come shortly after Caesars Palace online casino gave out its biggest jackpot since launching in 2023. 

In late March, one player in New Jersey hit a $400,000 jackpot on DaVinci Deluxe Megaways at the online casino. 

Jackpot Season at Caesars 

As well as the multiple jackpot winner hitting $500K, another player also hit a jackpot prize at the casino Saturday night.

Caesars handed out a $100K jackpot to one guest who hit a Royal Flush jackpot on a Double Bonus Poker video poker machine. 

Added to the $1.6 million in jackpots to one player earlier this month, and a $608,000 Royal Flush at Caesars Entertainment’s Paris Las Vegas last week, and you have a cool $2.7 million handed out in jackpot wins by the operator in just two weeks in April. 

Most of that came from Dragon Link Progressive Jackpot slot machines. They are by Australian-based game provider Aristocrat, a popular slots-maker with Las Vegas casinos. 

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Currently, Las Vegas casinos are rebounding from a lean streak of several years without many jackpot prizes awarded.

Even the slot machines at Harry Reid International Airport have been paying out big prizes.

However, the stats would suggest this is not as unlikely as you might think, seeing as visitor numbers and overall gambling revenues in Sin City are at record highs. The more people that are playing games, the more chances for jackpots to hit.

$2.7 million in prizes may be a lot to most. But it’s hardly a dip in the ocean for Caesars Entertainment. The global Las Vegas-based gambling and hospitality operator pulled in $11.7 billion in revenues in 2023. 

It’s also nowhere near the biggest win Caesars Palace has paid out in its history. In 1999, it paid out one of the biggest slot wins in world history when a Californian player hit the $21.3 million top jackpot on a Megabucks progressive game. 

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