Resorts World New York City offering chance to win Lexus IS350

January 4, 2024
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The casino-hotel will host a number of events, concerts and promotions this month.

Resorts World New York City (RWNYC) is starting the new year by offering a variety of promotions, as well as events and concerts. 

The casino offers over 6,500 slot machines and electronic table gaming to eight million guests annually, with two levels of gaming, and will have promotions throughout January. 

One of the big promotions up for grabs is a brand-new Lexus IS350 or $1,000 cash on Saturday, January 27 at 8pm, for Genting Rewards Club Members. Guests who earn 100 points gaming at the property between January 1 and January 27 at 7pm can receive one entry for the draw. 

There is even a chance for double entries every Sunday prior to the drawing, with a further chance to win a mystery amount of bonus entries on Mondays in January at any neon promotional kiosk. 

Those gamers aged 21 and over who sign up for a new Genting Rewards membership at the Queens location during January will automatically get one free room night at the Monticello resort. 

On top of these promotions, there are a selection of others throughout the first month of 2024, including a winter free slot play drawing every Friday during January. 

Additionally, there is a host of events and concerts at the resort including Bachata artist Judy Santos, who will perform at Bar 360 for the first time on Saturday, January 20. 

NYC Restaurant Week takes place from January 16 to February 4 and RWNYC will serve up special plates for it at RW Prime, with a menu for the Week. 


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