As Arizona has more Native American land than any other state, it only made sense for the Arizona Department of Gaming to create compacts between the State and the 21 tribes that call Arizona home for the building and operating of casinos on tribal lands. Currently, 15 tribes operate 22 casinos across the state. The city of Scottsdale, near Phoenix, is home to two of those casinos, both operated by the Salt River Pima-Maricopa tribe. Minimum gambling age for casinos is 21.
The loosest slots in Scottsdale can be found among the 900 slot machines located on this casino’s floor. Old time 3-reel favorites all the way to multi-line video slots assure that all slot players will find just what they're looking for. Slots range from penny machines to high limit bets of $1,000.00 for serious players. The newest penny slots to find their way here are Dante's Diamonds and Triple Trouble, both big winners. Be sure to sign up for the Player Rewards Club for a shot at everything from free play, free food, special events, and even a chance to win a free car.
Talking Stick Resort
Sister to Casino Arizona and just a little more than six miles from downtown Scottsdale, this unique, upscale casino/resort has it all. Winner of Casino Player Magazine's 'Best of Gaming 2014' award, 700 of the newest and hottest slots plus 100 video poker machines stand ready to immerse players in fun and excitement. A few of the newest games include The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Tully's Treasure Hunt, Quick Hits Fever, and Texas Dice w/Triple Dice Bonus. The variety of games available is outstanding, which helped the resort earn an overall 4-star rating from Tripadvisor. Slot tournaments and other special events take place daily. The Player Rewards Club card is good for both this casino and Casino Arizona. Be aware that this is not a smoke-free environment but the ventilation system is excellent so smoke is not really an issue for most players. Talking Stick Resort is definitely a fun place to play.