Tuscany Suites & Casino will have table games once again beginning Dec. 2. The neighborhood casino just off the Vegas Strip pulled its table games in 2021.
The small casino will once again offer a variety of blackjack games and roulette. There will be a 00 roulette game with live dealers. Tuscany will also deal double deck pitch and shoe blackjack games.
Unlike Vegas Strip counterparts, these will pay the traditional 3:2 when a player is dealt a natural blackjack. Most casinos on the Vegas Strip pay the lower 6:5.
Much like most off-strip casinos, players can expect lower minimum bets for the table games at Tuscany. Depending on the day and time, the minimum bet can be as low as $5.
Tuscany only had 11 table games to remove in 2021. While Tuscany is an excellent near-strip property with a great burger and beer restaurant, Pub 365, it’s not what most tourists expect in a Las Vegas casino.
While Tuscany is an all-suite hotel and casino it isn’t a huge casino and resort with numerous amenities. Tuscany is a modestly-sized Las Vegas neighborhood casino with limited dining options and mostly machine games.
Near-strip casinos aren’t for everyone visiting Las Vegas. The lack of glitz and glamour is a deterrent for some.
However, the size and location make Tuscany a nice respite from the higher prices and activity at the nearby casinos on the Vegas Strip.
Tuscany is just under a mile from the Vegas Strip. For reference, the casino and all-suite hotel are two blocks from the Vegas Strip. This is about a 15-minute walk or a 5-minute rideshare from Horseshoe and The Cromwell.
The full scope of gaming at Tuscany Casino Las Vegas
Tuscany will continue to offer nearly 600 video poker and slot machines along with electronic table games (ETG). For what it’s worth, the casino section of the Tuscany website says it has “some of the loosest slots in Las Vegas.”
The ETGs at Tuscany include Craps, Blackjack, and Roulette. This was the first casino where I played the cute and award-winning individual craps games from Interblock that you can now find in most casinos.
Tuscany is home to the closest Circa Sports location to the Vegas Strip. This isn’t a traditional sportsbook with ample seating.
Guests can place bets, open online sportsbook accounts, and register for Circa Sports football contests at the satellite sportsbook. Expect to see a similar setup at Silverton Casino when Circa takes over operations next year.
Players earn points for gaming with Tuscany’s DaVinci Rewards
Tuscany is an independently operated Las Vegas casino and has its own rewards program. Unlike some smaller casino rewards programs, future guests can sign up for Tuscany’s players club on its website.
This rewards program only offers points for gaming. The rate to earn reward points is on par or better than some small Las Vegas casinos:
- Video reel, reel slot, and stand-alone keno: Players earn one (1) base point for every $1 of coin-in.
- Video poker, and multi-game boxes: Players earn one (1) base point for every $2 of coin-in.
- ETGs and video blackjack: Players earn one (1) base point for every $10 of coin-in.
- The company will update its rewards program with table game points information when they hit the casino floor.
DaVinci Rewards points may be redeemed for Slot Play or Cash Back. One thousand (1,000) points is equivalent to $1 for redemptions.
Tuscany offers numerous promotions for its restaurants for those looking for discount dining. There are also gaming promotions such as regular point multipliers.
Visit the Tuscany website for more information or to sign up for DaVinci Rewards.