Cheers! Drink service on the gaming floor and bar seating returned to casinos in Pennsylvania on April 4.
Coronavirus mitigation measures nixed drinks at casinos since March 2020, and over one year later, patrons can now sit at the bar, servers can offer alcoholic drinks to guests at slots and table games, and you do not have to order food in order to get a drink.
The announcement came in March and these jackpot winners at Pennsylvania casinos had lots of other reasons for a celebratory toast.
March definitely came in like a lion for the winners, especially some of the six-figure winners listed below.
This is not a complete list of jackpots.
Rivers Casino Philadelphia
Some other March jackpots at Rivers Philadelphia:
- A Lightning Link jackpot of $12,407.
- $10,478 at the 5 Dragon Grand.
- Ocean Winnings win of $10,080.
- Rivers Casino Philadelphia also posts jackpots on their Instagram stories. Follow the hashtag #ReelWinningsatRivers.
Rivers Casino Pittsburgh
Some other March jackpots at Rivers Pittsburgh:
Harrah’s Casino Philadelphia
A $144,477 Four Card Poker jackpot at Harrah’s Philadelphia.
Other jackpots at Harrah’s Philadelphia:
Live! Casino Philadelphia
In March, Live! Casino Philadelphia saw its neighbors, the Sixers and Flyers, welcome back a limited number of fans to home games.
The newest casino in PA casino welcomed jackpot winners, too.
Mark D. won $208,744 in one day at Live! Casino Philadelphia. It looks like he won them on about nine different slot machines. Mark’s average bet on most of the jackpots was $250.
Other jackpots at Live! Casino Philadelphia:
Live! Casino Pittsburgh winners
A $45,009 winner at Triple Red Hot 777.
More jackpots at Live! Casino Pittsburgh:
Valley Forge Casino
March proved to be a mighty month for some lucky guests at Valley Forge Casino.
Wind Creek Casino
Other jackpots at Wind Creek Casino:
Mohegan Sun Pocono
Other jackpot winners at Mohegan Sun Pocono:
March Jackpots at other PA casinos
Mount Airy Casino:
- A $35,106 Multi Link jackpot winner.
Some other Parx jackpots in March:
March was Problem Gambling Awareness month
March was Problem Gambling Awareness Month. The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board and others upped their efforts to educate and raise awareness about the effects of gambling disorders.
Some resources and responsible gambling tools include:
- The PA Self-Exclusion program now allows individuals to ban themselves from iGaming, Fantasy Contests, and Video Gaming Terminals, or VGTs.
- www.ResponsiblePlay.pa.gov, a new website dedicated to addressing problem gambling, with information and links to identify a potential gambling problem and find help.
- The PlayPause program from GeoComply and Conscious Gaming allows individuals to self-exclude from online casino sites across state lines. This important RG tool debuted in PA at BetMGM in late December 2020.
- Options for participants to limit online play or their spending at operator websites. That includes fantasy contests, online casino games, online poker, and/or online sports betting.
Lead image via Harrah’s Philadelphia Twitter page.