Slots for fun
Love the name, but the actual place...well, not as much.
I don't know a whole lot about Vegas as I have only visited twice so far in my life. I do know this place dates back to the 70's and was kind of a big deal. They used to have cheap table games, $1 hotdogs, and was always busy. Now, there are no gaming tables, they still have hotdogs but they are no longer $1, and busy...if what I saw on the visit I made was any indication of the norm, then I would say not at all.
Yes, they offer cheap beer and snacks comparatively as well as some cheap souvenirs in their shop, but this place looks dark, dingy, and very tired. I think I read "seedy" in another review and that fits as well. I will say the drink service here was good, but I can't say the same for the actual drink. The majority of the slots looked very old, but they were cheap so I guess you get what you pay for. Remember, if you have a players card from neighboring Circus Circus it will work in the machines here as well since CC owns this place.
Slots A Fun does indeed have slots, but whether or not they are A fun is really relative. If I find my way to Circus Circus again I would stop by here for a few minutes, but I wouldn't go out of my way.