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Coin Pushers

Cleveland, Ohio
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Coin Pushers

Headed to Vegas in a month and a half. My wife a absolutely loves those coin pushers.

With that being said, I was curious if anyone knows of any at any of the casinos on the strip or downtown?

Thabks in advance!

31 replies to this topic
Walsall, United...
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1. Re: Coin Pushers

Circus circus. Not sure if you only win tickets though!

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2. Re: Coin Pushers

None in casinos, just arcades.

Cleveland, Ohio
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3. Re: Coin Pushers

Those are a thing of the past in the casinos. They used to be everywhere until the mid 90’s. Not sure why they disappeared. You would think they’d still have a few around to lighten your pockets of any spare change you might have.

Sturgeon Bay...
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4. Re: Coin Pushers

There may be one in the game area at Excalibur,but not sure. good luck

Appleton, Wisconsin
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5. Re: Coin Pushers

They are called Bonus Hole here in Wisconsin and can be found at most country bars. ;)

Phoenix, Arizona
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6. Re: Coin Pushers

Think I saw one at Dave & Buster’s, but it’s out in Summerlin.

Good luck,


Dallas, Texas
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7. Re: Coin Pushers

I’ve never seen one in a casino, but Hunt might be on to something as I know the local D & B’s have them.


Dallas, Texas
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8. Re: Coin Pushers

For a long time they were in every casino but I don't remember seeing them nearly as often as in the past.

Ontario, Canada
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9. Re: Coin Pushers

I used to love these games. The only place you can play them are arcades now. I have not seen any in casinos.

Surprisingly, when I took a cruise they had these. The casino manager would add $10 and $20 bills to the coins in the morning to get people to play.

Las Vegas, Nevada
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10. Re: Coin Pushers

Could someone please clue me in. What is a "Coin Pusher"? Is that the same cart-like thing that the change people used to push around when the machines took coins? If that's the case, you can get change, but not coins.

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