Casino Size: 42,943 Square Feet
Buffets: L-$11.99 (Wednesday-Friday)/$15.99 (Saturday/Sunday)
D- $11.99 (Wednesday/Thursday/Sunday)/$19.99 (Friday/Saturday)
Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Sports Book, Race Book, Pai Gow Poker, Three Card Poker, Keno
Overnight RV Parking: Free/RV Dump: No
Senior Discount: Various discounts if 55 or older.
Special Features: Buffet discount for players club members.
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Made a special trip from Reno as they advertised, on their website, a "Pepsi Palooza" where you could win Pepsi by playing slots. We were with friends who love this type of promotion and were looking forward to playing there. The promotion was a bust as far as we were concerned. The staff at the players club was not very forthcoming with information. When asked, they said you needed to get 50 points on your players card. I asked about the four of a kind on a poker machine which the website mentioned and was told yes you could win that way also. After getting the required points and receiving my free spin on the prize wheel, $5 free slot play, I was told I could pick up my Pepsi later which was fine with me. I later won a four of a kind and was give a slip for the Pepsi. We went to retrieve our Pepsi and turn in my ticket for the four of a kind. I was given one six pack for my points. I asked about the ticked for the four of a kind and was told there was a limit of one six pack a day. To us this is not the "Pepsi Palooza" they advertised. Nowhere was there ever a mention of a limit of one six pack a day. The Casino did have a nice selection of slots but that is not enough to overcome the promotion that was such a bust. I am sure we will not be returning. We did not stay long enough to eat.
Slots played terrible. Tiny bonuses after long droughts, with poor paybacks throughout. They seem to suck down for those one in a million jackpots. I know this is hard to believe, but I've fared much better in tribal casinos in Washington State. Don't waste your time and cash here.
I lived in CC for 8 years and frequented the Fandango at least twice a week.
I made alot of friends there, most of whom were employees.
Everything about the Fandango is 1st class, especially the people.
I moved to Lexington SC in July 2008, and miss Carson and the Fandango very much.
I'm going back to visit in July 2009 and plan to spend much of my time there.
My favorite food is the "Some Like it Hot Burger" at the Palm Court Grill.
This is a 5 star casino and my home away from home.
The casino with the most class in Carson! Thanks for all the wonderful memories.
See you soon,
Steve Halverson and Christine McConvile