Once Doreen Reid, of Tisdale, stops pinching herself, she can start figuring out how she wants to spend her new windfall of roughly $1.5 million.
That was the payday for Reid after she hit the jackpot at the Gold Eagle Casino on Oct. 23.
Reid can expect to add $1,502,225.26 to her bank account after winning the SIGA-wide jackpot linking 52 slot machines at the corporation’s six casinos.
Any time a patron plays on one of those machines, any of the Smoke Signals jackpots could be triggered.
Three of them are mystery jackpot tiers with specific start and end prize values.
They increase over time, with the largest mystery jackpot holding a minimum value of $1 million. The prize is paid out before hitting $2 million.
With Reid’s win, the Smoke Signals jackpot has paid out $8,550,924.40 in total.
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