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Drinks on Demand for Slot Machines in New Jersey

30 December 2010 by admin

Do you not just hate to have to flag down a waitress when you want a drink and you do not want to leave you slot machine? It is just a pain and it interrupts your game play on the slot machine—you might have been on a roll or the slot machine might have been hot. But then you have to stop to get some waitresses attention—well, it is just a pain.

But slots players in the four casinos owned by Caesar’s Entertainment Inc. will not have to worry about flagging down a waitress for a drink regardless of whether they want a Coke or a Jack and Coke. In the first quarter of next year, the slot machines in Bally’s Atlantic City casino, Caesar’s Atlantic City casino, Harrah’s Resort casino and the Showboat Casino Hotel will all be installed with an automatic beverage on demand feature. This will go along with the electronic downloadable credits system the Caesar’s Entertainment Inc. casinos in New Jersey will also receive.

The way the beverage on demand feature is supposed to work, per the explanations of the casino group, players will have a player rewards card that they will not only use in lieu of chips or a paper-y slots cards. They can take these plastic loyalty cards and stick them into slot machines to play any of the available slots games since the cards will keep track of their credits in an electronic format. But this card will also be the ticket to accessing the drinks menu.

Players are slot machines can access the drinks menu and order something as simple as a soda to an array of pre determined alcoholic drinks. Caesar’s Entertainment has intent to eventually increase the sort of drink service available on the slot machine menus so that players can order custom drinks. And not only would they be able to order custom drinks but players’ loyalty cards would also remember their preferences for the next time they order a drink..

Naturally Caesar’s Entertainment maintains that the beverage on demand feature is “purely customer enhancement,” according to Michael A. Magazzu, who is one of the corporate attorneys for Caesar’s Entertainment Inc. And it is true that there will be a system built into the beverage on demand feature that would allow for players to be cut off if they have had enough or too much, and to help prevent underage drinking.

Now I have a bit of a think on this. True, slots players would love to not have to flag down a waitress. But let’s stop and think for a moment about drinks and gambling. You will find tips all over saying to watch how much you drink when playing casino games of any kind as intoxication can lead to poor gambling decisions, such as not stopping when you should or gambling more money than you intended. And this is especially true with slots where it is so easy to gamble more and more and more.

So by all means, slots player in New Jersey, enjoy the drinks on demand. But always be mindful of how much you have had to drink if you value your bankroll, and do not go out and get drunk at the slot machines. Slot machines do not require strategy but you do not want to mismanage your bankroll either. But I will say the drinks on demand feature does have a certain appeal—one that online casinos are not able to offer.

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