Gambler’s Guide to Atlantic City

In 2011, more than 28 million tourists visited Atlantic City to explore the 12 square miles filled with restaurants, casinos and more. As the 2nd most frequented gambling destination in America and the 5th most visited destination in the United States, Atlantic City gambling has exploded in popularity over recent years. There are tons of hotels and casinos throughout the area; however, none stack up to the four Caesars Entertainment properties: Bally’s, Harrah’s, Showboat and Caesars. Ready to kick off your shoes, relax and have some fun? Check out our infographic below for an Atlantic City guide to gambling at the Caesars’ casinos in AC, including highlights, fun facts, and a list of card games:

Jersey Shore Vacations: Atlantic City Casinos

Visit Caesars Total Rewards online for more information about Atlantic City hotels and casinos.

If you’re looking to rent a house at the shore, check out ShoreVacations.com, Jersey Shore’s biggest vacation rentals resource. It lists hundreds of rental homes and condos from Sandy Hook all the way down to Cape May (including Belmar, Point Pleasant, Seaside Heights, Ocean City, Long Beach Island, Atlantic City or the Wildwoods). It’s a one-stop website for planning your Jersey Shore vacation, featuring beach information, weather updates and more! And of course, it has a full list of all the Jersey Shore events this year.

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One thought on “Gambler’s Guide to Atlantic City

  1. Wow, who knew 007’s game of choice was Baccarat. I thought it would be Poker…
    Anyways, to anyone visiting Atlantic City, I would recommend Showboat as a great place for people to check out along the boardwalk. It’s one of my favorite places for entertainment.

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