Mohegan Sun debuts The Hold & Spin Slot Zone in Casino of the Sky

May 2, 2024
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Hotel also launched a package for travelers 21 and older where guests will receive a $50 free slot play voucher as part of their stay.

The Mohegan Sun has announced a new development in its Casino of the Sky, launching The Hold & Spin Slot Zone, featuring over 250 slot machines and located in proximity to other attractions within the hotel. Situated between the Star Bar and Sachem Lounge, The Hold & Spin Slot Zone features machines such as Dragon Link, Dollar Storm, Ultimate Fire Link, Dragon Train, All Aboard, Cleopatra and many more. With The Hold & Spin Slot Play Package, guests will receive a $50 free slot play voucher as part of their stay during check-in. Booking with this promotion is available through May 31, 2024 and travel dates for this package are available through July 31, 2024. 

“Slots that feature the Hold & Spin Bonus are very popular, for longtime players and newcomers alike. Creating this hub that offers hundreds of these fun games only made sense. We’re excited to have more guests experience it, and we’re giving $50 in Free Slot Play to do just that as part of the Hold & Spin Slot Play Package!” Mohegan Sun President and GM Jeff Hamilton said. 

Mohegan Sun currently has two casinos located within the property, Casino of the Sky and Casino of the Earth. Casino of the Sky opened in 2001 and carries 119,000 sq ft of space for gaming operations. In total between both casinos, Mohegan Sun contains nearly 4,000 slot machines. 

The Hold & Spin Slot Zone also sits close to Michael Jordan-owned restaurant Sol Toro, the Vista Lounge at Wombi Rock and newly renovated Sachem’s Lounge. Guests playing at The Hold & Spin Slot Zone are looking to trigger a bonus round where they can collect coin symbols to acquire bonus money. The rate at which a player’s bonus money rises is dependent upon their credit and denomination selections while playing. A grand jackpot awaits any player who can successfully navigate the requirements of the bonus round. 


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