Harrah’s Las Vegas guests, Nicholas Blaskowski and Nicole Perry of Phoenix, were shocked and excited when the penny slot, Willy Wonka: World of Wonka, hit the jackpot on Sunday, June 18. The jackpot amount was just under one million at $944,337.37.
Blaskowski and Perry with their winning slot at Harrah’s Las Vegas.
This jackpot win continues the winning streak for guests at Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas Resort with more than eight $100,000 or more jackpots since April. San Diego resident Veera Devabhaktineni hit a $1 million diamond six-card Royal Flush jackpot at the Crazy 4 Poker table at Flamingo Las Vegas on Saturday, April 15. May continued to bring luck with seven $100,000 or more jackpots. The lucky streak started at Paris Las Vegas on Wednesday, May 3 with a $500,000 jackpot hit after only five minutes of play at a machine. Thursday, May 4 resulted in two more big slot machine wins with a $200,000 Harrah’s Las Vegas jackpot and a Caesars Palace jackpot of $100,000. On Thursday, May 11, two jackpots were hit, one for $112,000 at Flamingo Las Vegas and one for $100,000 at Bally’s Las Vegas. Two additional guests hit $100,000 jackpots on Friday, May 12 and Saturday, May 13 at Caesars Palace.
There are a growing number of ways to win and even become a millionaire at Caesars Entertainment resorts nation-wide. Every year the best poker players in the world gather at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino for the WSOP where the winner has been known to take home more than $8 million. Popular slot machines like Wheel of Fortune, Mega Bucks and Wizard of Oz routinely reach multi-million dollar jackpots. Players can win $1 Million in just one hand at table games playing the 6 Card Bonus wager on Three Card Poker, Let it Ride, Mississippi Stud Poker, Four Card Poker, Crazy 4 Poker, Ultimate Texas Hold’em or Texas Hold’em Bonus. With special events and promotions in a number of key markets Caesars Entertainment is consistently pioneering games to offer players innovative and entertaining ways become the next instant millionaire.