These Were The Top Casino Jackpots Earned In Pennsylvania In February

Written By Corey Sharp on March 12, 2024
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The top casinos in Pennsylvania awarded several large jackpots during the month of February. Live! Casino Philadelphia told PlayPennsylvania that the largest winner took home north of $180,000 last month, a slot jackpot record.

While players within the state don’t have to leave their homes to play PA online casinos, retail facilities offer top-notch jackpots.

Two Live! Casino Philadelphia guests leave with six-figure jackpots

Live! Casino Philadelphia reported plenty of February winners to PlayPennsylvania. The property announced a record slot hit when a player won $183,579 playing Lock it Link: Piggy Bankin’. The guest played a $50 spin. The next biggest winner earned $127,855 on the slot Lightning Link Sahara Gold.

Live! Casino Philadelphia Director of Slots and Guest Services, Janine de Blois, told PlayPennsylvania:

“While February is the shortest month of the year, it was full of winners, including two guests who got extremely Lucky at Live! by winning six-figure jackpots while playing slots.”

The casino announced several other winners, which include:

  • $41,082 playing Dollar Storm Egyptian Jewels
  • $40,575 playing Rakin Bacon
  • $40,000 playing SuperStar Poker II
  • $32,668 playing Spanish 21
  • $32,477 playing Dancing Drums

March is already off to a roaring start, as de Blois told PlayPennsylvania that a guest won a $600,900 jackpot on the Super 4 Blackjack Progressive this month.

Live! Casino Philadelphia is also teasing promotions and tournaments for March, too, as de Blois shared:

“Our next winner could be you with exciting promotions throughout the month, like the $20,000 Baccarat Tournament beginning on Sunday, March 24.”

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Rivers Casino Philadelphia awards $1.1 million in February slot jackpots

Rivers Casino Philadelphia reported several winners to PlayPennsylvania, which included 64 guests taking home jackpots of at least $10,000, with 13 of them worth $20,000 or higher.

The largest winner earned a cool $100,000 playing Double Top Dollar, which became a popular machine last month. Double Top Dollar also awarded jackpots of the following sizes:

  • $68,000
  • $66,000
  • $40,000

Another guest collected $51,856.93 playing All Aboard Gold Express Dynamite Dash.

All told, Rivers Casino Philadelphia conceded $1.1 million in prize money in February.

Rivers Casino Pittsburgh gives out $1.6 million last month

The other Rivers property in Pittsburgh awarded slightly more than its Philadelphia location. Rivers Casino Pittsburgh told PlayPennsylvania 160 jackpots of $10,000 or more were claimed last month.

The highest of which won $157,226 on the Huff N’ More Puff machine. The second and third-highest slots payouts were $60,416 and $57,933, both achieved by guests on All Aboard: Gold Express machines.

The biggest table game jackpot earned a guest $39,432 playing Three Card Poker. The second and third-highest payouts were $23,548, won in Mississippi Stud, and $20,624, in Ultimate Texas Hold ‘Em.

Live! Casino Pittsburgh guest wins more than $83,000

Live! Casino Pittsburgh did not have any six-figure winners. However, it reported six guests who won over $20,000.

The largest jackpot hit for $83,942.90 on the Huff N’ More Puff slot machine. Other slot winners consisted of:

  • $49,578.88 playing Dragon Cash: Happy & Prosperous
  • $26,861.69 playing Dragon Cash: Happy & Prosperous
  • $24,300 playing Buffalo Cash
  • $21,812.50 playing Dragon Cash: Happy & Prosperous
  • $20,572.08 playing Wonder 4 Spinning Fortune
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Corey Sharp is the Lead Writer at PlayPennsylvania bringing you comprehensive coverage of sports betting and gambling in Pennsylvania. Corey is a 4-for-4 Philly sports fan and previously worked as a writer and editor for the Philadelphia Inquirer and NBC Sports Philadelphia.

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