Atlantic City casinos and the car parking debate


Posted on the 5th of July 2015

Atlantic City casinos and the car parking debate

While the Golden Nugget casino hotel offers its customers free parking all day, every day, other casinos such as Bally’s casino and Caesars casino have drawn complaints from unhappy residents and tourists because they charge money for the use of their car parking facilities. It’s not just about offering pay parking at their addresses, but some people feel that significantly increasing the parking fees is unfair and should not be done ahead of popular public events such as the two massive beach concerts last summer by country stars Blake Shelton and Lady Antebellum. “Our Total Rewards program allows our most loyal patrons and hotel guests the convenience of free parking in our garages and easily accessing the restaurants, spas, concerts, and shopping amenities available at our hotels and casinos in Atlantic City, especially during our most peak times of the year.” Caesars Entertainment said in a statement. Although it might seem somewhat predatory to significantly increase pay parking fees ahead of a popular public event, the casinos don’t want their parking garage facilities to be taken advantage of by people who wish to park their cars at the casinos’ garages, but don’t intent to enter the casinos or use their facilities.

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