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Membership isn’t required to visit this venue, but it does have its advantages, not least of which is the ability to participate in the famous Genting Rewards loyalty scheme. This is something that gives you points every time you play games or spend money on food or drinks, and those points can be collected and then exchanged for rewards that really are worth having, including free bets and High Street shopping vouchers. Be sure to take a photo driving licence or passport with you to sign up on your first visit.
There is an incredible choice for gaming fans, whether you’re a traditionalist or a casino enthusiast with a preference for more modern games. In addition to four roulette tables, there are tables for blackjack, baccarat and Three Card Poker. There are also 12 Electronic Roulette terminals, including two which feature live dealer-dealt baccarat from Genting’s Resorts World casino in Birmingham. As if that wasn’t enough, the 20 available slot machines include a power link progressive jackpot.
A Late Bar serves a comprehensive selection of drinks (everything from a pint of lager and a glass of wine to spirits and cocktails) as well as snacks. The bar area also serves as a lounge, and if you want to keep up with the biggest sporting events you can do so – Genting Casino Nottingham added a wonderful 10 foot HD projector in the bar at the end of 2015 and a new 70 inch HD screen in the gaming area – to provide great coverage of all the most popular competitions.