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Monday Night Football begins at Gold Strike Casino Resort

4 September 2019

(PRESS RELEASE) -- It is football season at the Mid-South’s newest sports betting and entertainment destination Moneyline Book, Bar & Grill. The $7 million venue opened last month and offers sports fans the next evolution of sports excitement in Mississippi. Throughout football season, fans are encouraged to head to Gold Strike Casino Resort to enjoy food and drink specials, giveaways, contests, watch parties and more.

From 9 September to 10 December, Monday Night Football Happy Hour is in full swing. For every specialty drink purchased or $50 sports bet placed, guests will receive a raffle ticket to win swag including an authentic jersey, t shirts, hats and other items. Giveaways and drink specials are available every Monday night in Moneyline from 5 p.m. to close.

Monday Night Football Happy Hour features 16 oz. draft beers for $4 and 24 oz. draft beers for $6. More than 50 varieties of beer, including 24 on tap, are available. Beer Buckets offer Five-for-$15 Budweiser, Bud Light or Michelob Ultra or Five-for-$20 Shock Top Belgian White or Goose Island IPA.

Specialty cocktails are available for $6 including Don Julio Blanco Tequila Margarita, Don Julio Blanco Tequila Sunrise, Ketel One Bloody Mary, Crown Royal Regal Apple Old Fashioned, Crown Royal Canadian Whisky Press, Ketel One & Red Bull, Orange Palmer (iced tea, lemonade, Cointreau Noir).

In addition to the fan favorite selections of beer and cocktails, Moneyline offers a diverse menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner. A collection of globally-inspired favorites feature items like the signature Moneyline Burger, Firecracker Shrimp, Crispy Wings, Chicken & Waffles, Ribeye Smash, Mississippi Catfish Platter, Greek Salad and Kimchi Rice Bowl.

The expansive bar, three-meal dining, sportsbook, VIP lounge and lively entertainment go into overtime every Saturday covering SEC college football all day.

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