See and feel the quality of our Dunes commemorative poker chip line before you buy with a sample stack of ten casino chips. This will give you just enough to get the feeling of rifling thru a stack of these chips.
Where possible, we always try to include at least one of each denomination. Nonetheless, our top priority is to get our customers a sample as quick as possible, so our policy is to ship what we got instead of waiting until we have one of each denomination available.
Depending on available inventory, this poker chip sample usually includes at least one of each of the following:
To expedite delivery, this sample ships via USPS Priority Mail (1-2 business days).
About the Dunes Commemorative Poker Chip Line
Our Dunes poker chip line represents an attractive mid-range poker chip that is well suited towards value-conscious consumers. These work great as a starter set for customers that aren’t quite ready to drop $500-$600 on a set of true casino-quality chips such as our Protege, Paulson Noir, or Archetype lines.
The foundation for the Dunes poker chip is a 3-color chip that looks surprisingly close to what a compression-molded clay chip looks like. While they are a little slicker than true casino chips, they have a textured surface that is much better at keeping stacks than the vast majority of mid-range and low-end chips on the market. The two-layer colorful inlays are high-resolution commemorative versions of the original Dunes Casino chips from that Las Vegas landmark. The line comes in 10 denominations, from 25 cent thru $25,000.. The combination of the economical base and the two-layer inlay (reminiscent of what you’d find on our true casino lines) makes for good quality, denominated chips that can be offered at a value-conscious price.
These chips are not clay or “clay composite”, as no inexpensive poker chips are, no matter what anyone tells you. All inexpensive poker chips are injection molded and it’s physically impossible to injection mold clay. They’re all some kind of plastic composite, and are typically made in China.