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Beer at Caesars AC?

Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Hotels & Casinos' started by lithium78, Aug 4, 2015.

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  1. lithium78

    lithium78 High-Roller

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    Anyone know if they are still serving sad little 4 oz. draft cups of beer on the casino floor for non-diamond players at Caesars AC or have they changed that policy to actually serving bottles of beer like other casinos? I haven't ordered one there in a long time now.
     
  2. Joe Strummer

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    Good question.....and it is "sad little 4oz cups of piss" as we call it.
    Mohegan Sun was the same way ( yrs ago ) --
    If I remember correctly I think that beer was Old Milwaukee ?....great piss.
     
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    We were just there over the weekend and we we playing a Caesars and Bally's, my wife ordered a Bue Moon and had it served in a bottle.

    I'm on a Black Russian jag right now.

    We stayed at the Sheraton as we didn't have any Saturday night comps and walked over to Caesars on Sunday morning to use a BOGO buffet coupon for breakfast. It was $25 per person and includes a Bloody Mary or Mimosa. Had some awesome smoked salmon and probably the best sliced Jersey tomato this season.
     
  4. lithium78

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    Ok, good to know because I am going to Caesars AC tomorrow for a day trip. Wish me luck!
     
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    I love that Sheraton. Stayed there many times. Even took the train to/from PHL there once.

    Used to be you could priceline or hotwire it on the weekend for $99 rooms right across the street from Caesars which was a steal back in the day when rooms were $300-400/night on the weekend in AC.

    Ah... the good ole days.
     
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    That's funny, after leaving the Sheraton, I thought about taking the train from Philly sometime. The Sheraton was $195 on Hotwire and $192 on Priceline Express for a Saturday Night. Heck, even the Clarion Inn in Absecon is around $200 a night on Saturdays. We would absolutely stay at the Sheraton again.

    By the way, I think the Showboat served flat Miller Light in those little cups.

    Good Luck lithium78!
     
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    How'd you do?
     
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    Never mind. I just saw your TR post.
     
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    It's a local and takes about 45 minutes to an hour. And, because it's a New Jersey transit local, it can get as seedy as a subway car can be. Fine for me but I don't think my gf would like it.

    I think the Sheraton is the best deal in town. Even though it's about twice what we used to pay! But, that was about 8-10 years ago now. Price of inflation I guess.
     
  10. lithium78

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    Part of the problem is that four casinos shut down in the last year, so there are a lot fewer hotel rooms. Prices went up from that. We attended a convention in AC back in May and it cost us $150/night to stay at the Super 8 (which was absolutely disgusting and we will never stay there again.)
     
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