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Creek Casino Montgomery

Slot machines: 2300
Features: Electronic Bingo, Dining, Shopping, Open 24/7, Parking, Valet Parking, Native Casino, Golfing

Green Charity Bingo

Slot machines: 300
Features: Bingo, Electronic Bingo, Open 24/7, Parking, Valet Parking

Greenetrack Bingo & Racing

Slot machines: 300
Features: Simulcasting, Electronic Bingo, Dining, Open 24/7, Parking

Mobile Greyhound Park

Features: Greyhounds, Simulcasting, Dining, Parking, Valet Parking, Native Casino

The Birmingham Race Course

Features: Greyhounds, Simulcasting, Dining, Attractions, Shopping, Parking, Valet Parking

VictoryLand

Slot machines: 3200
Features: Simulcasting, Parking

Wind Creek Atmore Casino & Hotel

Slot machines: 1701
Features: Electronic Bingo, Dining, Entertainment, Accommodations, Attractions, Shopping, Health Spa, Open 24/7, Parking, Valet Parking, Native Casino, Golfing
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Wind Creek Wetumpka Casino & Hotel

Slot machines: 2520
Features: Electronic Bingo, Dining, Entertainment, Shopping, Open 24/7, Parking, Valet Parking, Native Casino

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Alabama Casino Information

Alabama has 8 casinos in which you'll find more than 10,321 slots and gaming machines. The minimum bet we've found at casinos in Alabama is $0.01 and the maxium bet is $10. Click a casino on the left for more information on a particular property.

If you wish to stay at some nice casino hotels in Alabama, visit the Alabama casino hotels page. We actually have 1 Alabama hotels you can book directly from World Casino Directory. Click here to see a list of all Alabama hotels available.

You will find the following games in Alabama casinos: Electronic Bingo, Bingo, Simulcasting, Greyhounds.

Alabama Casino Stats

Alabama Casinos: 8
Cities with Gambling:7
Greyhound Tracks: 2
Alabama Casino Hotels:1
Venues:3
Restaurants: 19
Alabama Slot machines:10,321
Alabama Minimum Bet:$0.01
Alabama Maximum Bet:$10
Total Casino sq/ft:188,808 sq/ft

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Places to Gamble in Alabama

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Alabama Casino Map

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Alabama Casinos and the Biggest Casino City in Alabama

Alabama has a total of 8 casinos and pari-mutuel facilities at your disposal which are spread out across 7 cities throughout the state. The city with the most is Eutaw with 2 casinos.

Biggest Casino / Gaming Facility in Alabama

Out of all casinos in Alabama you'll find VictoryLand to be the biggest. It has 3200 gaming machines and 0 table games. You can reach South Point Casino by phone at (334) 727-0540 or by clicking this link: VictoryLand to see its information page.

2nd Biggest Casino / Gaming Facility in Alabama

Coming in second place for largest casino in Alabama is Wind Creek Wetumpka Casino & Hotel with 2520 gaming machines and 0 table games. This casino can be reached by calling (334) 514-0469 or by clicking this link: Wind Creek Wetumpka Casino & Hotel to see its information page.

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Located in "the Heart of Dixie", the Southern state of Alabama has a rich history dating back to the Civil War. Alabama is known for its lush gardens, Magnolia trees, grand old historic homes, and southern hospitality. Alabama has a population of over 4,500,000 and is adjacent to Mississippi, Georgia and Florida. Montgomery is the capital of Alabama and was the first capital of the Confederacy.

Alabama casinos are primarily bingo casinos which are run by Native Americans. Since there is no legalized gambling as such in the state of Alabama, casinos can only be run on Native American land. The revenue from the Alabama casinos, as a result, is not taxed by the state of Alabama, since Native American tribes own them.  Horse racing tracks and dog races, in addition to a few slot machines, video gambling machines, and pull-tab cards at these locations, are how most of the gambling in the state takes place.  For more on the game of Bingo click the link.

Having casinos located along the Gulf Coast, both onshore and on riverboats could profit the state of Alabama enourmously. Competition between Alabama and its neighboring state, Mississippi would be a healthy encouragement. The revenue to be gained from legalizing Alabama casinos and the boost it would provide to the economy will hopefully spur the state government to allow Alabama to legalized gambling in the near future.

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Alabama Casino Jobs

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Grill Supervisor at Wind Creek Hospitality

Works with manual and automated systems and assists in developing or implementing procedures, formats, budgets, testing, training, and documentation....

Promotions Events Specialist at Wind Creek Hospitality

Must be able to work various hours as needed including weekends, nights and holidays. High School Diploma or GED required or enrolled and successfully complete...

Casino Concierge at Wind Creek Hospitality

Willing and able to work odd or irregular hours including nights, weekends, and holidays. All duties are performed in accordance with the departmental and...

Executive Host at Wind Creek Hospitality

Sells and promotes property using pertinent and appropriate offers, property amenities, special events and promotions that drive property visits....

Casino Marketing Host at Wind Creek Hospitality

Willing to work odd and irregular hours including nights, weekends and holidays. High School diploma or GED required or currently enrolled and successfully...

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