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Mohegan Sun goes "coin free" on casino floors

28 February 2007

NCASVILLE, Connecticut -- (PRESS RELEASE) - Mohegan Sun announced today that beginning May 1st all slot machines in its Casino of the Earth and Casino of the Sky will be 'coin free.' This will allow guests to experience the ease of playing slot machines with paper tickets instead of coins or tokens.

Utilizing a state-of-the-art ticket-in/ticket-out technology, guests will move more freely and independently between slot machines, while quickly and conveniently receiving their winning jackpots. To redeem tickets for cash, guests simply visit one of Mohegan Sun's more than 50 ticket redemption kiosks or nine cashiering booths conveniently located throughout the casinos.

"We're thrilled to be able to incorporate this new technology throughout the two casinos and elevate our guest experience on the gaming floor," said Frank Neborsky, Vice President of Slot Operations at Mohegan Sun. "Our guests will enjoy the cleanliness of no longer handling coins or tokens, while benefiting from the enhanced customer service and convenience that a ticket-in/ticket-out environment offers."

The new "coin free" environment at Mohegan Sun is also making way for three new slot bars in the Casino of the Earth: The Lodge with 32 slot machines will open across from The Cove restaurant; Harvest Moon, also with 32 slot machines, will rise across from Sunset Square - a newly expanded Asian gaming experience; and the Bow & Arrow sports bar will relocate near Seasons Buffet with 12 units.

In addition, Mohegan Sun is planning to add 225 slot machines near the Spring Gateway in the Casino of the Earth.

Mohegan Sun, owned by the Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority, is one of the largest, most distinctive and spectacular entertainment, gaming, shopping and meeting destinations in the United States.

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