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Cashing a Vegas CET sports book ticket in Atlantic City?

Discussion in 'The Sports Book' started by sharper, Oct 23, 2018.

  1. sharper

    sharper Low-Roller

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    I do a fair amount of sports betting. Going to Vegas for one night Monday and am planning to make some weekend bets on NFL and college football. If I make these bets at a Caesars property, can I cas any winners in November during an Atlantic City trip at Caesars properties there? Or are the systems too far removed?
     
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  2. tringlomane

    tringlomane STP Addicted Beer Snob

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    Highly doubt it.
     
  3. diplomatic

    diplomatic Low-Roller

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    Definitely not. It had something to do with state gaming rules, but you can’t cash tickets outside of the state that they were issued. You can, however, mail them in. Instructions for that are on the backs of the tickets. I’ve never done it personally, but I understand it’s a fairly straightforward process.
     
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  4. NCAAHoops

    NCAAHoops High-Roller

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    I am not sure. But you may be able to since the William Hill tix made in NJ tell you to mail to Vegas to cash them
     
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  5. jimshan

    jimshan Tourist

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    as of October, you couldn't even cash a ticket bet at Bally's, over at Harrahs. They did say that would eventually change, but didn't seem like it would be anytime soon.