Las Vegas 7-Eleven's Bringing Back "Bring Your Own Cup Day"

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Las Vegas 7-Eleven's Bringing Back "Bring Your Own Cup Day"
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One of 7-Eleven‘s biggest promotions is coming back! When originally introduced, people brought in the wildest things to fill up with their different Slurpee flavors!

Even though you’re now limited to what can be used to fill up, 7-Eleven is bringing it back! On Saturday, April 29th, they convenience store chain will be kicking off their Slurpee season!

For $1.99, you can fill up whatever item you can drink out of! Jars, Buckets, Helmets, Shoes, or just a regular cup! It doesn’t matter!

To also kick it all off, they’re also releasing new flavors as well! They’ll be introducing Fanta Dragon Fruit Zero Sugar, Pear, & Watermelon.

7-Eleven has set some guidelines and rules though. They said, “Make sure the cup is food-safe and clean.” “Ensure the cup can fit upright within the ten inch  hole in the in-store display.” And “Make sure your vessel is watertight!”

So will you be participating? If so, what will you use to fill up?

We have more on this story and more in today’s edition of a Few Things You Should Know!

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The 'Best' Slot Machines To Play In Las Vegas

There’s something comforting about the ringing sounds from slot machines in Las Vegas.

Lined across casino floors, slot machines are almost like the front-line soldiers when it comes to gambling.

For some, slot machines offer quintessential Sin City entertainment. These machines also may seem less intimating compared to other games with complex rules, etiquette and more.

If you’re a gambling rookie then the bright, flashy machines can be overwhelming. But, we’re here to help.

Other than the rare nickel slot machines (which only exists in old school Las Vegas casinos), the best payout comes from the $5 slot machine, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal. Casinos had a 5.46% win percentage in 2022. In comparison, the $25 slot machines had a 5.86% average when it came to casinos winning. This figure was only higher for multi-denomination machines, which saw a 6.13% of casino winnings in 2022.

There’s also a term of “loose” slot machines. This is essentially a gambler’s myth that some machines pay out more than others.

Overall, your best chances of finding some “loose” slot machines will be located off The Strip and off Fremont Street. Casinos that are located in North Las Vegas or Henderson will probably have a better chance of getting a pay out per‘s report.

Along with that, Nevada’s Gaming Control Board states that, “All gaming devices must: (a) Theoretically pay out a mathematically demonstrable percentage of all amounts wagered, which must not be less than 75 percent for each wager available for play on the device.”

This means that Nevada has a “Return to Player” of 75%.  This means that — in theory — the player should get their money back 75% of the time, and the casino would get 25%.

However, just because “75%” is the minimum doesn’t mean a casino will go that low. So, take this with a grain a salt. And the best rule of Las Vegas: The house always win.”

But despite the slim odds, sometimes slot machines can pay off. If you’re a Las Vegas local or a tourist then scroll down below for the best machines to play in Las Vegas! This list is compiled from local reviews and media sources that are Las Vegas-based.

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