Cherokee Tribal Bingo
|Casino opened:||January 1, 1982|
|Concession & Gift Shop|
Cherokee Tribal Bingo Review
The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians operates Cherokee Tribal Bingo in Cherokee, North Carolina. The high stakes parlor opened in 1982 after a federal court issued a decision that exempted Indian reservations from state limits on bingo prizes. The parlor currently runs a "Bonus Line Progressive" that accumulates until a player matches the 3 bold numbers on top of their card with the first 3 balls drawn. The progressive restarts at $500 and as of April 2, 2014 was at $19,000.
Gaming at Cherokee Tribal Bingo
The game is on every night except Monday and Tuesday at Cherokee Tribal Bingo. Minimum buy-in is $5 escalating each night until Super Saturday when you can buy a package for $75 when 14 games pay $1,500 with an overall jackpot of $35,000.00. Play paper, play PHD (personal handheld device) or play both!
Casino games available
Dining & Restaurants
Concession & Gift Shop
Whether you are hungry or just want a snack the concessions at Cherokee Tribal Bingo will meet your wants and needs. Come in for the early-bird bingo and you know you won't have to go hungry if you stay until closing. Hamburgers, fries, hot dogs, nachos, chicken strips, popcorn, baked potatoes are just the tip of the iceberg.
- Price range: Average
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Cherokee Tribal Bingo Video | Bingo in Cherokee
Address: 91 Bingo Loop Rd, Cherokee, NC 28719, USA
Phone: (828) 497-4320
Toll-free: (800) 410-1254
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