$112,000 Jackpot Hits at Coeur d’Alene Casino
WORLEY, Idaho (February 25, 2022) – One lucky winner hit it big on Monday going home with an extra $112,000 from Coeur d’Alene Casino.
Brian and his wife were betting pennies at $5 a spin around 10 p.m. when it happened.
“I couldn’t believe it; it was pure shock. My wife was sitting next to me and she screamed,” said jackpot winner, Brian. “I’ve won a few jackpots over the years, but nothing like this. We didn’t sleep that night and kept thinking to ourselves ‘this can’t be real, what are we going to do?’”
The couple said they live about 50 miles from Coeur d’Alene Casino and have come out about once a week over the last couple of years.
“Winning this big was exciting and fun, and just unbelievable,” said Brian. “We enjoy coming out and love the Red Tail Bar & Grill. We can’t wait to come back to hit a jackpot like this again!”
The winner was playing Aristocrat’s Caribbean Gold Dollar Storm machine. According to Aristocrat’s website, Caribbean Gold showcases the latest in gaming mechanics and features a progressive jackpot with five levels of jackpots and bonuses.
“We love to see our players win big!” said Holly Hawthorne, director of video gaming at Coeur d’Alene Casino. “In the last year, we’ve seen five players win six-figure jackpots.”
Players still have plenty of chances to win with the $80,000 History in the Baking Giveaway happening this weekend. On Friday and Saturday from 7 to 9 p.m. 40 lucky winners will each walk away with $1,000. Winners will get to spin a pie-shaped prize wheel to receive a bonus Extra Play Cash prize valued between $50 and $150. Those interested in qualifying can play their favorite video gaming machine to earn entries. They’ll get one entry for every 250 points earned with a Coeur Rewards Card.
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About Coeur d’Alene Casino Resort Hotel
Since 1993, the Coeur d’Alene Tribe has operated the Coeur d’Alene Casino Resort Hotel, located where sky greets Mt. Tch’mutpkwe, source of the St. Joe River, 25 miles from Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. The casino resort is among the largest employers in North Idaho employing between 850-1,100 depending on the season and contributing more than $33.3 million to education in the region since it opened. Additionally, millions more have gone in support of a wide range of public projects, emergency relief, charities and programs in the Pacific Northwest. Named Tribal Destination of the Year in 2019 by AIANTA and winning the silver Distinguished Dozen award from Courier in 2019 and 2020, the property features 300 rooms and suites, six distinct food and beverage venues and entertainment including live music and comedy as well as hands-on tours and experiences through the casino’s Cultural Tourism Program. Three million-dollar winners have found their luck on 100,000 square feet of gaming space offering nearly 1,200 video gaming machines and high stakes bingo. Additional amenities include a 15,000 square foot spa voted 1st for “Resort Spas that deliver the Ahh Factor” by Spatrips.com (2012), 40,000 square feet of meeting space, indoor and outdoor wedding locations and Circling Raven Golf Club, an 18-hole, par 72 course acclaimed as a “Top 100” course by every major golf publication in the U.S. The Gene Bates designed course is home to the Circling Raven Championship, an Epson Tour “Road to the LPGA” event, held annually in August. LIKE Coeur d’Alene Casino on Facebook and Instagram or follow us on Twitter. For more information about Coeur d’Alene Casino, visit www.cdacasino.com.