Pechanga Resort & Casino

 
45000 Pala Road
Temecula, CA 92592-5810
Toll-Free: (877) 711-2946
(909) 693-1819

Comments:
Author: vegasgal12
Posted: Wednesday, April 2, 2008
“I made a short trip to Pechanga casino in Temecula today and have to say that I was impressed by the sheer size of the casino, several 100K square feet in size. The place was pretty quiet, but considering it was a Wed afternoon, how busy could it be? The slot club had a measly $2 free play for new members but their computer system was down so I couldn't access it, even with a brand new pin number. This was not a plus.

The one nice thing I did notice while gambling at Pechanga was the fact that on Keno, the payouts are identical to Vegas. I did not expect this so I thought it was plus. No real wins to speak of and the machines appeared to be plentiful, although I saw no one getting any handpays within a 2 1/2 our period of time.

Would I go back, I would say maybe, but they should get their computer system fixed so that new members can actually play their free credits on the machine on the day they sign up. I actually like Barona better but I haven't been there in years.”


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