My mother was staying with me for a few days and asked me to take her to the Sands casino, so we, along with my daughter, visited the casino on a Monday afternoon. I had received a postcard in the mail with $30 food comp if I signed up for a Sands card, which I did - the process was quick and easy. The casino has an abundance of penny slots (which require 30-40 cents for a minimum bet) and a variety of many different slot machine games. My daughter and I wanted to play craps which only had two tables open - minimum bet $10. For a quiet Monday afternoon shouldn't there have been a $5 craps table available? We are not big gamblers, so we visited the stores which were adjacent to the casino - excellent selection of stores/merchandise. We ate at the Food court and tried Cronuts for the first time. The Sands is comparable to an AC or Vegas casino but on a smaller scale and much closer in location to me.