Blackjack, with a 48% win percentage, is the most favorable game to play in a casino (Which, ultimately, is a fool's errand ... the odds are stacked for the house in every case.) Slot machines are usually set to give a payout rate around 95%, depending on where they're located. Those near the front of a casino's entrance usually have a higher payout, to entice customers in and to look like the place is winning. Those deeper in have a lower rate, to encourage you to try other games.
This one's set up with no competition, and, really, the tickets are 'freebies' given in lieu of clintz, but can be traded in for chances to win. There's really no good, or bad, setting for the house machine in this instance as there's nothing to convert your winnings into. As such, the payoff rate is probably in the 95-98% range.
(If you want to work out actual probabliity tables, I can make a stab at it, but to get it correct, you have to know how many 'faces' are on each 'dial'.