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    Slot machine no change round down class action filed

    https://news.bloomberglaw.com/litiga...s-suit-alleges

    I know this has been covered before. I played a slot for the first time in a decade and had a .20 ticket remaining, of course I dropped it in the donate box (for casual day or some such BS) then walk to the cage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tigerpiper View Post
    https://news.bloomberglaw.com/litiga...s-suit-alleges

    I know this has been covered before. I played a slot for the first time in a decade and had a .20 ticket remaining, of course I dropped it in the donate box (for casual day or some such BS) then walk to the cage.
    I visit a lot of casinos. In most of them the kiosks still don't pay out the change. They will either let you donate the change, just hit the screen sensor that says donate, or it will kick out a ticket you can take to the cage to get your fifty cents or whatever. Most people (me included) don't want to walk to the cage for less than a buck so the ticket winds up laying somewhere around the kiosks. What they are avoiding is the labor costs to keep the kiosks filled with coins.

    I imagine the bottomfeeding casino hustlers pick these tickets up and consolidate them. If I'm making multiple cashouts in a casino I just save the ticket to stick it in the next time I put money in a machine. But on my last cashout when leaving the casino I never walk the ticket with the change on it to the cashier. I just leave it.

    And most of them haven't come back with their money losing buffets either.

    By the way, a lot of hotels have used covid as an excuse not to come back with their hot breakfasts.
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