You Can Turn Off Your Slot Machine Tickets
Did you know that a slot machine ticket can be turned off? If someone snags your slot machine winnings all you need to do is notify a slot attendant and they'll go through the process to get your money back. Not only will they help you get your money back, but they will turn off your ticket to ensure that whoever has the ticket can't redeem it. The process will take a few minutes, but the casinos usually try make their customers happy.
If inserted into a ticket cashing machine, the ticket will notify the person trying to cash the ticket to go to the cashier. If there is something afoot, the cashier will have security deal with the matter. If the ticket was taken, for example, while you were using the restroom and there was no ill will, the cashier will simply explain that the ticket has been flagged as no good.
This writer was just made aware of this and thinks that this can be helpful to the solo slot player. If you're spending time building your credits towards a bonus on a particular slot machine and don't want to lose momentum but have to use the restroom, you can make the trip and not cash out. You'll probably want to lean a chair against the machine or place a cocktail napkin on it to let people know the machine is in use. If you return and the money is taken, you should be able to get your money back.
The momentum you had toward your bonus will have been lost, but at least you have an empty bladder and can get back to it.
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