January 4, 2024 2 min read


Lucky Mohegan Sun Visitor Takes Home $500K Jackpot

The Stafford resident hit the jackpot playing Super 4 Progressive Blackjack, a game available in several casinos across the US

Undoubtedly, winning a jackpot at a casino is an unforgettable and exciting experience. One such lucky visitor played at Mohegan Sun, one of the largest gaming and entertainment destinations in the United States, and went home with a staggering jackpot of more than $500,000.

Details regarding the lucky visitor emerged earlier this week with Mohegan Sun confirming that his name is Jose S. The person, who is a Stafford, Connecticut resident, visited the casino and entertainment destination and hit the jackpot from Super 4 Progressive Blackjack.

As a result, the Stafford resident pocketed some $525,094. According to Mohegan, Jose felt lucky when visiting the venue. The person was right to feel lucky, considering the staggering Super 4 Progressive Blackjack jackpot. Jose did not confirm what he intends to do with the jackpot but without any doubt, he has plenty of options considering the hefty sum.

Mohegan Sun Offers a Range of Gaming Options

Visitors of Mohegan Sun can find the Super 4 Progressive Blackjack in Casino of the Earth, the venue’s state-of-the-art room located in the Hall of Lost Tribes. Visitors to the room can enjoy a wide range of table games, including Texas Hold ‘Em, Omaha and Seven-Card Stud, as well as a Race Book and more than 260 slot machines.

Casino of the Earth is a smoke-free room and offers more than 180,000 square feet of gaming and entertainment space. Currently, Super 4 Progressive Blackjack is available only in a handful of casinos across the country and Mohegan Sun is one of them.

Mohegan Sun offers some 1,600 luxury hotel rooms, more than 70 shopping outlets and entertainment venues in addition to its gaming amenities. The massive gaming and entertainment resort is located along the Thames River in Southeastern Connecticut.

Its strategic location makes Mohegan Sun perfect for visitors from nearby states. The entertainment and casino resort is also close to a wide range of antique shops and museums, among other interesting places its guests can visit.


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1 Comment

  • Carolyn wilson
    January 5, 2024 at 3:59 am

    The place sucks. Its like a dungeon. Nothing like it was 10 years ago. They need to close down nobody goes there. They only get a crowd during concerts.

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