|Above, The Mirage hotel sign. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
While one is at a roulette wheel, a crap table, playing keno or even slot machines, free drinks have been a mainstay in Las Vegas for years.
All that may change (to a certain extent) if all Las Vegas casinos adopt a new technology.
According to Travel + Leisure:
Don't count on fueling your next Vegas vacation with those free casino drinks: There's a good chance those will be going away, unless you're willing to do a bit of gambling.
MGM and Caesars, two popular destinations on the Las Vegas strip, are testing new technology that would better tell bartenders which casino visitors deserve those free cocktails—and who doesn't—based on how much they are playing and betting.Last year, I played roulette at The Mirage Hotel casino in Las Vegas and was served free drinks while playing.
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