Winner’s Corner: Online Casino Winners for the Week of July 18 2016
When we say the sky’s the limit at MoheganSunCasino.com, we’re talking first and foremost about the potential to win big playing your favorite slots and table games.
The week of July 18th was a big deal at MoheganSunCasino.com, with countless players from all across the Garden State winning thousands upon thousands in cash playing the online slots. Here’s a look at four players who join the MoheganSunCasino.com winner’s list.
If you’ve ever fantasized about winning a Hawaiian vacation on the hit TV game show Wheel of Fortune, you might envy Estelle D’Allesandro of Far Hills. The NJ online casino player won $9,840 playing Wheel of Fortune Triple Extreme Spin at MoheganSunCasino.com the week of July 18th, 2016. Sure, you can’t win an actual vacation playing this online slot. But Estelle is proof that you can win enough money to pay for your dream getaway.
You don’t need to be a mad scientist to discover the cure for an empty wallet. You just need to play at MoheganSunCasino.com. Ask Mary Gold of Essex Falls, who won $5,460 playing The Spin Lab. The big win was extra rewarding considering Mary created her account just 2 days before her big win.
For successfully wrangling a bunch of flying cows, pigs, and chickens, Thomas Lindzon of Ridgewood netted $3,780 in Tornado: Farm Escape a 20-line online slots game at MoheganSunCasino.com. Thomas is a frequent visitor to Mohegan Sun Casino in Connecticut and was thrilled to learn that he could play her favorite slots and table games online at home in New Jersey.
Who says you have to be a kid to experience the generosity of fairies? Julia Galbraith of Rumson won $3,636 playing Pixies of the Forest, right here at MoheganSunCasino.com. The 5-reel slots with 99 fixed paylines is one of the most popular games at our regulated online casino. And with payouts that put the tooth fairy to shame, it’s pretty clear why.
*The above post features stories of actual MoheganSunCasino.com winners, however the names of the players have been changed. All names are fictitious. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.