I should have read the TripAdvisor and Yelp reviews first, they average 2.5/5.0 for a reason. How will I ever recover those 45 seconds of my life? This afternoon I checked into my hotel in King of Prussia and asked at the front desk about the nearest grocery store. Having left my GPS at home but having the directions in my head off I went. Well, wouldn't you know, the VF casino was on the way! So I turned into the parking lot, parked and walked in. A security dude was checking people in and I saw they were all swiping what I thought were players cards. Trying to walk in he stopped me and asked for my "resort card". What? He repeated himself. I said I didn't have a players card. He said I couldn't come in but all I needed to do was go to the membership desk and get one, WTF? (To keep from being banished by the censors, I will not relate the remainder of my commentary to the individual). To politely summarize, I told him to not take it personally but if I had to show ID, goodbye. Or something similar. My trip to the Wegmans for groceries was successful and in reading the reviews while eating a salad it seems the "resort membership" is $10! You get free play ($10) and a food coupon ($10) to offset your fee. Apparently they have a Class 3 casino license and need to collect a fee. Even though my interaction inside lasted maybe 45 seconds I came out smelling like smoke. Many of the reviews of this casino and in particular the associated hotel appear to be awful. I'm not aware of any other casino requiring a fee in the U.S. Does anybody know of any others? Anybody have anything good to say about The Valley Forge Casino? My $$$$ will remain in my pocket. My gambling jones isn't that bad that I have to drive farther to play. I'll just save it for my next Vegas trip (setting one up for August).