Silver Legacy provides Vegas-like alternative 

Reno, Nev., is known as the “biggest little city in the world.” For gamers who want a Las Vegas-like feel with less of an expense, it is an easy decision to book a flight, take a bus or drive up to Reno for the weekend.

Starting this month, the Silver Legacy Resort Casino is kicking off a fun promotion, offering guests the chance to win big now through Oct. 23 with the $500,000 Legacy Star Rewards Giveaway.

From weekly drawings to the ultimate Star Rewards Parties, guests can win everything from cash to new cars, carats, cruises and free play by just using their Star Rewards card.

The casino offers the Star Rewards Weekend Giveaways with drawings every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Up to $15,000 in prizes are available, including cruises to the Bahamas and Mexico, free play, resort credits and entries into Silver Legacy Star Rewards parties in June, August and October.

Star Rewards card members who attend the $125,000 Legacy Star Party on June 26 will have a chance to win up to $50,000 based on the number of party points each individual earns.

The casino will also hold a $150,000 Legacy Star Party on Aug. 28. Guests can win up to $75,000. Guests who attend the $250,000 Legacy Star Party on Oct. 23 have the potential to win up to $100,000.

For those who already own a card, all play after April 1 will be counted towards Legacy Star Party eligibility.

Club members earn party points and drawing entries by playing any game with their Star Rewards Card through October.

For complete details on the $500,000 Legacy Star Rewards Giveaway, visit the Star Rewards desk located on the casino floor.

Silver Legacy Resort Casino

Address: 407 North Virginia St., Reno, Nev.

Phone: (775) 329-4777

On the Web:

Promotions: Check out casino updates on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Silver Legacy’s new iPhone and Android apps are available for free download in the Apple Store and Android Market.

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