Seneca Gaming and Entertainment Salamanca
Out of all the Seneca Gaming and Entertainment facilities, the one in Salamanca is the biggest and most popular. It is located just south of the Allegheny River and not far away from Seneca Allegany Resort & Casino.
The Salamanca Gaming Center, as it’s also called, features more than 340 gambling machines in both smoking and nonsmoking areas, a bingo hall, and an eight-table poker room with live cash games and tournaments.
Other amenities include the Jazzy’s Place restaurant and a gift shop. The facility does not feature a sportsbook or a hotel. To access the gambling floor, you must be 18 or older.
Seneca Casino Salamanca details
- Name: Seneca Gaming and Entertainment Salamanca
- Address: 768 Broad St., Salamanca, NY 14779
- Phone number: 1-877-860-5130
- Hours of operation: Monday through Thursday and Sunday from 9:30 a.m. to 1 a.m.; Friday and Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 2 a.m.
- Games available: 340-plus video slots and gambling machines, bingo, and live poker
Seneca Salamanca gaming & facilities
|Seneca Gaming and Entertainment Salamanca||Details|
|Free Play||Available via various promotions|
|Comp Program||Seneca Elite Player’s Club|
|Smoking||Available in dedicated areas|
|Hotel||No hotel on-site|
Seneca Casino Salamanca slot machines
There are more than 340 video slot machines at Seneca Salamanca Casino, available over the facility’s 15,000 square feet of gambling space. Most of the machines are in the smoking area, but you can find a few dozen slots in the nonsmoking room.
The slot machines catalog contains releases from reputable providers such as IGT, Bally, and others. Some popular titles include Smokin’ 777, Irish Shamrocks, 5 Treasures, Flight of Icarus, Gorilla Diamond, Lightning Link and 88 Fortunes. Spins range from one cent to $5.
Before starting to play any slots at Seneca Gaming Salamanca, you’ll insert your Seneca Elite Card into the machine. Only then can you insert bills, transfer credits and select your desired denomination.
Seneca Casino Salamanca table games
Seneca Gaming Salamanca does not feature any table games that you play against the house. In other words, you cannot play blackjack, baccarat, roulette, or craps.
Does Seneca Gaming Salamanca offer a poker/card room?
An eight-table poker room is open to all visitors of Seneca Gaming Salamanca from Wednesday to Sunday between 10 a.m. and 3 a.m. Four games are available: Texas Hold’em, Omaha, Seven Card Stud, and Crazy Pineapple.
There’s also a crowded poker tournament schedule with various buy-ins and entry fees. You can win the bad beat jackpot in all games except Crazy Pineapple, but make sure to read the rules for qualifying and prize distribution on the casino’s website.
Does Seneca Gaming Salamanca offer a sportsbook?
No, you won’t find a retail sportsbook at Seneca Gaming Salamanca at this time.
Seneca Elite Player’s Club
You can join the Seneca Elite Player’s Club for free across all Seneca Gaming and Entertainment locations and receive a Seneca Elite Card.
You’ll use the card every time you play by inserting it into the slot machine. The card will then store your credits and record your progress, allowing you to participate in various promotions and accumulate points that you can later redeem for free play.
How do you earn points at Seneca Gaming Salamanca?
You earn points by playing the games that the casino offers. The more you wager, the more points will be available on your card. Once you’re done, you can use the accumulated points and redeem them for free play.
Can you get free play at Seneca Gaming Salamanca?
Apart from using points from your Seneca Elite Card, you can earn free play by participating in the casino’s promotions. There are separate promotions for slots, bingo games, and poker.
For example, if you’re a new Seneca Elite Player’s Club member, you can get up to $10 to play on gambling machines once you earn your first five Seneca Elite Points. New members will also get $10 off bingo admissions if they complete a minimum purchase of $50.
If your birthday is coming up or has just passed, you can get $5 in free play for the entirety of your birthday month.
Seneca Gaming Salamanca history and current owners
The Seneca Nation of Indians owns Seneca Gaming Salamanca via its company, Seneca Gaming and Entertainment. The same company runs several other Class II gambling venues in western New York.
The venue in Salamanca started as a bingo hall in the 1980s. It became a casino once the state and the National Indian Gaming Commission allowed bingo halls to have Class II and Class III gambling machines in 1993.
Seneca Gaming Salamanca grew over the years, adding more machines to its collection and introducing a dedicated card room for live poker. The casino’s only restaurant, Jazzy’s Place, received that name in 2016 in honor of a longtime kitchen worker who had passed away the previous year.
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Seneca Gaming and Entertainment, a Seneca tribal enterprise, owns the gambling venue.
Yes, for nonalcoholic beverages.
You must be 18 or older to set foot inside Seneca Gaming Salamanca.
Seneca Gaming Salamanca has both smoking and nonsmoking sections, although the smoking area is larger and has more slot machines.
Yes, the Salamanca Gaming Center has a bingo hall open Wednesday through Sunday with variable working hours.
Seneca Gaming Salamanca has a single food corner called Jazzy’s Place. There is no hotel on-site, but there are plenty of accommodation options nearby, including Holiday Inn Express & Suites Salamanca.
Seneca Gaming Salamanca is owned by Seneca Gaming and Entertainment, a company operated by the Seneca Nation of Indians.