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37500 SE North Bend Way
Snoqualmie, WA 98065
Snoqualmie Casino is an Indian gaming casino owned by the Snoqualmie Tribe. The casino is located at I-90 at Exit 27 about 30 miles east of downtown Seattle. It opened November 6, 2008.
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Open 24 hours daily
52,000 square-foot gaming floor
1,700 Gaming Machines
54 Gaming Tables - blackjack, roulette, baccarat, craps and fortune pai gow
Poker room - 10 tables
Vista Prime Steaks & Seafood
12 Moons Asian
Snoqualmie Cafe & Deli
Drip - coffee
January 31, 2021
The Snoqualmie Tribe has reached a tentative agreement with the Washington State Gambling Commission to amend the Tribe's gaming compact to allow expanded gambling at the Snoqualmie Casino.
If approved by the state legislature and U.S. Department of Interior, the Snoqualmie Casino would be authorized to add the following gaming options:
Increase the number of slot machines from 1,700 to 3,000.
Increase the maximum slot machine bet to $30.
Increase the number of table games from 54 to 125.
Allow one-fourth of the tables to take bets up to $1,000.
Allow a few tables to take bets up to $5,000.
Allow a new payment technology, such as near-field communication (NFC) devices, EMV or smart cards.
As part of the deal, the Snoqualmie Tribe would pay more into the state's responsible gambling program and provide additional funds to treat problem gambling.
October 16, 2020
The Snoqualmie Casino has cut the ribbon on its new "Seahawks Pit" table game area. This is the latest partnership promotion between the Seattle Seahawks and Snoqualmie Casino.
The Seahawks Pit features Seahawk branding on three blackjack tables, the playing cards, glassware, dealer clothes and the center backdrop. Players can view three 55-inch televisions.
Snoqualmie Casino Interim President and CEO Stanford Le stated the following in a press release:
"The Seahawks represent a source of pride for our team members and our neighbors. It is with great joy that we celebrate the new football season by launching the first Seattle Seahawks gaming area in a Native American casino."
August 7, 2019
Courtesy of Q13 Fox News
Snoqualmie Casino held active shooter training just days after the mass shootings in El Paso, TX and Dayton, OH. Two days of active shooter preparedness training was made available to all casino employees, tribal security personnel and other Indian gaming management.
December 03, 2018
On Tuesday an announcement was made that a partnership deal has been made between the Snoqualmie Casino and the Seattle Seahawks. This is one of many teams that have recently been forming deals with area casinos.
Under the arrangement, the logo for the Seahawks can be used for promotional uses and advertising purposes by the casino.
The NFL had strict guidelines in how casinos and teams could work together with these types of partnerships. Recently these rules have been changed. This allowed for logos to be shared between teams and casinos. However, this can only be used as long as any advertising does not directly reference sports betting.
The Snoqualmie Tribe own the casino that is located east of Seattle by 25 miles.
October 19, 2018
On Thursday a ceremony was held for the new 2,250 square foot Snoqualmie cafe and deli at the Snoqualmie Casino. This is the closest casino to Seattle.
In attendance at the ceremony were members of the Snoqualmie Tribe, team members of the casino, and members of I-5 Designs.
I-5 Designs was the design firm hired for the expansion project. The design team used colors and different design elements that reflect the tribes heritage. A mural carving is a focal point for the expanded area.
Asian cuisine and other menu items can be found at the cafe and deli. Casual dining can be found at the deli. It will be open 24 hours daily.
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