Pala is the New Stardust with Amazing Promotions for the Rebrand

It’s one of the most recognizable names in the history of casinos in the U.S.—the Stardust, with its familiar star-spangled logo, was a staple on the Las Vegas Strip from 1958 to 2006, when it was closed to make way for the ill-fated Boyd Gaming Echelon project, and ultimately Resorts World Las Vegas, which stands on its original site today.

Despite a sometimes nefarious history, that included the skimming scandal depicted in the movie Casino that led to its takeover by the Boyd family in 1984, the Stardust has remained an iconic symbol of the gambling world. Now, it is the latest icon of online gaming, as the NJ Pala online casino, as of this week, rebrands as the new Stardust Casino, at

 The transition comes with many benefits for players. For instance, registered players on the former Pala site will automatically be members of the Boyd Rewards program. That means Stardust players will be able to earn points through online play. They can be redeemed at any Boyd Gaming casino. That includes the Orleans off the Strip in Las Vegas, the Fremont and California casinos in Downtown Las Vegas, the Suncoast in the Las Vegas suburb of Summerlin, and Sam’s Town casinos in Las Vegas, Mississippi, Kansas City and Louisiana.

At NJ Stardust Casino they want to roll out the red carpet for players and treat you to one of the best welcome packages of any online casino in the Garden State. Signup bonus includes: $25 in Casino Bonuses.    

Rewards Strong at Stardust Online Casino

Play at the Stardust online casino can generate rewards like cruises, comped hotel stays, “B Memorable Experiences,” and annual gifts.

Also, with the rebranding comes a number of new games on the site, including Live Dealer table games.

Members of the NJ Pala casino are automatically enrolled at the Stardust. Just access the site with the same log-in credentials used at the Pala site.

Although the app and URL will change, players can expect the same exceptional customer service. There are rich offers, and unparalleled gaming experience for which Pala has become known. “Our commitment to excellence will not change as we transition to our new brand,” said the site operator in a statement. “If you have any questions or concerns about the upcoming changes, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are always here to assist you.”

Of course, players also can expect the rich program of Pala promotions to continue under the Stardust banner. That includes the $25 sign-up bonus and first-deposit match up to $500. Also ongoing contests like High 5 Rapid Rewards, which taps a $65,000 prize pool to randomly award players of designated slot titles developed by High 5 Games. (Just check the site for the list of applicable titles.)

The Million Dollar Slot Machine also will continue. Players get a free daily spin on a slot game with a $1 million top prize. As well there is a different promotion involving the Million Dollar Slot each day of the week. The top prize on the reels is a cool $1 million. It is payable via a 40-year annuity. Multiple secondary prizes on the machine’s reels include Bonus Dollar prizes of $1, $5, $25, $100 or $1,000.

Don’t miss your opportunity to become one of the first players at the new Stardust. A true icon in the world of gaming.

In addition to the FREE money offered in the Welcome Package, NJ Stardust Casino is going to reward a first deposit by doubling it with a 100% Deposit Bonus up to $250. If you deposit $250 at our online casino, you’ll instantly have $500 in your account. 



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