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Lady Luck Casino Marquette
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100 Anti Monopoly Marquette, IA 52158
100 Anti MonopolyUSIowaMarquette52158
CasinoToday 9AM–2AM
Sunday 9AM–2AMMonday 9AM–2AMTuesday 9AM–2AMWednesday 9AM–2AMThursday 9AM–12AMFriday Open 24 hoursSaturday Open 24 hours
At Lady Luck Casino Marquette we mix great gaming action with the down-home service of a small town. With nearly 600 slot machines, 8 table games, savory dining options, and a smoke-free environment on the first deck of the casino, the excitement awaits! We look forward to seeing you soon.
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Old-timey riverboat casino includes 500+ slot machines, table games, a buffet & live entertainment.- Google
"The food sucks for the price."
"Horrifying. Our first and last trip to a casino, ever."
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cbken21
a month ago
Attention everyone reading, this is important if you are planning to visit the worst casino in Iowa....o I'm sorry I mean Lady Luck Casino. Stopped by here today for the first time in 6 months to test out the machines and see if anything changed from the last time I went. Sadly the same outcome spend 200 and can't even get a 10 credit hit, doesn't matter what you play dollars, quarters, etc. I'm not just speaking for myself here. I walked around like I always do checking out different machines and talking to various people and it's the same wherever you look nothing, noda, zilch. I used to be a regular customer here, been going there for years and there has definitely been a dramatic decrease steadily every year. You can definitely tell, the place used to be packed all the time and you used to see jackpot here jackpots there or at least win a couple hundred bucks, but now you would be lucky if you hit a damn cherry and I'm not dramatizing here. I writing all of this for you because I'm tired of watching people getting completely screwed here and for you to save your money and take yourself somewhere else where at least you have a chance and can have some fun. Meskwaki casino near Toledo seems to be the best from what I've seen followed by maybe Waterloo's casino. Listen people I'm not the only one complaining here that something needs to be done, just read the other reviews. There is a reason why no one gambles there anymore....they get screwed!!!!! I give them another year or two if they don't change before there out of biz. I mean how do you expect people to come back when you just straight take there money and run. Someone please answer that. In the end these are the tightest machines in Iowa (used to be pretty decent) and like I said do yourself a favor and go elsewhere if you at least want a chance to have a good night out.
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Response from the owner - a month ago
Everyone has the chance to be a winner at Lady Luck Marquette. We assure you that our payback percentage is competitive with other area casinos. We want all of our guests to have a great time while visiting us. You never know when luck will strike, and we do have a myriad of winners each week. We appreciate you taking the time to share your thoughts with us. We hope that you will give us another try in the future.
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Don Reed
3 years ago
Horrifying. Our first and last trip to a casino, ever. My wife later remarked that it smelled like "decaying flesh," - & by that, she meant that "it" was a combination of: 1) The ratty, mildewed old boat pressed into service as a vice squad navy, & 2) The customers, who need no further introduction. In my mind, the memory of this now stands as a monument to the evils of gambling - & believe me, as a 25-year veteran at the race track windows, I'm no prude about these things.
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Rick Maker
6 months ago
Not one thing I like about this dump. Been coming here for over 30 years on my birthday and the place is getting worse every year. Use to be winners now vet rarely is there any winners. The food sucks for the price. People are getting ripped off, especially the poor retired people. They need to up grade to the times and give back a little to the people
Response from the owner - 6 months ago
Hi Rick, we appreciate your 30+ years of loyalty! Thanks for choosing us for so long. We have heard great things about our dining options, so we'd like to hear more details about your personal experience. Also, all of our guests have an equal chance to win, and we have winners every week! We post them on our social channels for reference. We hope you decide to keep visiting us. Have fun during your next visit!
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Matt Onstad
2 years ago
There's place were retired overmedicated retries get took and decided on who you are if there open to 2 if your up And 145 if your down and they don't want to deal with a big payout at closing.
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4 years ago