That’s pretty easy! Just call us at 888-386-2870. We’ll need your name, address, and phone number. Once you do that, you have 10 days to make payment, either a 50% deposit or the entire amount of the trip. If you are traveling on a casino trip, we do need a little more information. In addition to the basic information for yourself, we also need the names, addresses and dates of birth for all persons in your party. Unfortunately, we are not able to take reservations online at this time.
We certainly don’t care about your age (as long as you’re legal), but individual state laws require ALL the casinos to collect this information. Failure to provide complete information could result in not receiving your incentive from the casino. Also, having both your address and DOB allows them to differentiate one “John Smith” from another “John Smith” for marketing purposes.
To our knowledge, all the casinos that we visit in the United States require a minimum age of 21 years. At last notification, casinos in Ontario have an age requirement of 19 years.
Casino areas (other than possibly Las Vegas and Atlantic City) are not typically considered “family” destinations. Children are usually allowed in the hotel and some dining areas, but depending on the location, there is little or nothing that offers any type of family atmosphere. Children of any age are not permitted on the casino floor, with or without adult supervision.
We can accept a personal check, money order, Visa, MasterCard or Discover cards. Sorry, but we cannot accept American Express, garden vegetables or farm animals as payment. In most cases, you have the opportunity to make a deposit payment of 50% of the trip cost, with the balance due 30 days prior to the trip’s departure. On reservations made inside 30 days, we require full payment within 10 days of the reservation. For any reservation made fewer than 7 days prior to departure, we require full payment by credit card at the time of purchase. Sorry, but we cannot allow payment to the driver on date of departure. Our drivers need to focus on the trip and the road ahead.