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Going to Trump Plaza in AC. What would you do?

Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Hotels & Casinos' started by sm2420, Jul 26, 2014.

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  1. sm2420

    sm2420 Tourist

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    I'm going to Atlantic city next month, 2 nights comp @ Trump Plaza.
    Do I give them my usual play, or do I play elsewhere since they are shutting down in Sept.
    your thoughts and insights appreciated.
     
  2. Breeze147

    Breeze147 Button Man

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    Enjoy the beach. Some fun spots in Brigantine, Ventnor and Margate.

    See the jumping horse at Steel Pier. Dance with Grady and Hurst. (wink, wink).
     
  3. jerseyguy

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    It's your money,your decision at the end of the day. I'd play it by ear ,if I started losing,there's plenty of other hotels nearby..
     
  4. Ty

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    I'd move my play.
     
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    jerseyguy VIP Whale

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    Ok Breeze,I know I'm not as hip as you but who's Grady and Hurst? Maybe I shouldnt know if theres a wink attached.
     
  6. wizard950

    wizard950 High-Roller

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    JG Grady and Hurst were disc jockeys back in the sixties and did a Bandstand type show from AC every Saturday if I remember right.
     
  7. wizard950

    wizard950 High-Roller

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    It is your money and you should play where you feel right. But, since they are closing I would consider moving my play to Caesar's or Bally's right next door on the Boardwalk.
     
  8. jerseyguy

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    Thanks ,I really had no clue. I grew up 20 miles from NYC listening to Alan Freed, Murray Kaufman and Cousin Brucie. Does anybody remember WNJR from Newark.? They played real Blues R%B,Soul ,the stuff you didnt hear on Main stream radio and,Bandstand . Introduced me to Sam &Dave,Eddie Floyd and that type of music in the 50's and 60's. .
     
  9. lotso-bear

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    I'd just play at Caesars since it's right next door and you can earn tier/reward credits with CET.
     
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    If the comp is not "up front" I would play there.
     
  11. sm2420

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    It is up front, and I'm leaning towards playing elsewhere, to try to build future offers...
    only my account with Trump will be burnt if I don't play, in case trump plaza continues with another co.
    but that would be a long shot I think.
     
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