Sands Casino Bus to Stop at Caesars Palace Atlantic City

Sands Casino Bus to Stop at Caesars Palace Atlantic City

Atlantic City, NJ

Starting January 8th, the AC Express will offer service to and from the Sands Casino Resort in Bethlehem, PA. The bus will make a stop at Caesars Palace in Atlantic City, providing an easy way for guests to enjoy all that both casinos have to offer.

The AC Express is a luxurious motor coach with comfortable seating, ample leg room, and Wi-Fi. It offers round-trip service every day of the week, departing from the Sands Casino Resort at 10am and returning at 6pm. The cost is only $25 per person.

Guests of Caesars Palace can take advantage of this new service by simply purchasing tickets at the box office on the day of departure. There is no need to make reservations in advance.

Sands Casino Bus to Stop at Caesars Atlantic City

The Sands Casino Resort in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, is making it easier for its customers to visit its Atlantic City casino by offering a bus service that will stop at Caesars Atlantic City.

The new bus service is scheduled to start on October 1st and run every day except Tuesdays. The bus will depart from the Sands Casino at 9am and return at 7pm.

The trip is expected to take about three hours, depending on traffic.

“We’re very excited about this new service,” said Robert DeSalvio, president of the Sands Casino Resort. “It offers our guests a convenient way to visit both resorts.”

Caesars Atlantic City General Manager Jason Grosman agreed, saying “This new bus service provides great convenience for our guests and we’re thrilled to partner with the Sands Casino Resort.”

Sands Casino to Stop at Caesars Palace in Atlantic City

Atlantic City, NJ — The Sands Casino is stopping it’s services at the Caesars Palace in Atlantic City. The casino announced today that the decision was made after much deliberation and discussion. It is said that the company plans to reevaluate their footprint in the market and decide what avenue to take next.

The Sands Casino first opened in May of 2016 as an adjunct to the Venetian Resort Hotel Casino in Las Vegas. At that time, there were high hopes for a successful venture, but things haven’t quite panned out as planned. Some industry insiders are saying that this move may be an indication that the Sands is looking to leave the Atlantic City market altogether.

Caesars Palace has been in operation since 1978 and has been known as one of the top casinos in Atlantic City. It’s unclear what will happen to the property now that the Sands is leaving, but it’s likely that another casino operator will step in and take over.

Sands Casino to Stop at Caesars Atlantic City?

On Thursday, July 12th, the Associated Press reported that the Sands Casino was in talks to purchase Caesars Atlantic City hotel-casino for $1.3 billion. This move would put the Sands in control of two of the city’s eleven casinos.

The potential acquisition would come as part of a larger trend in the industry, as casino companies look to expand their holdings in order to compete with new gaming destinations popping up across the country. For example, MGM Resorts purchased Treasure Island Resort and Casino in Iowa in March for $860 million.

Caesars Atlantic City is one of the city’s oldest and most iconic casinos, but it has been struggling in recent years. The company that owns it, Caesars Entertainment, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection earlier this year.

In response to the news of the possible sale, shares of both Sands and Caesars rose sharply on Wall Street.

It is still unclear whether or not a deal will be reached, but if it does go through it would be one of the largest casino acquisitions in history.

Where Will the Sands Casino Bus Stop at?

The Sands Casino is located in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. The casino offers a free shuttle bus service from various locations in the Lehigh Valley and the Poconos. The final destination for the shuttle bus service is the Sands Casino in Bethlehem.

There are four places where you can catch the Sands Casino shuttle bus:

  • Northampton County:189 Fahy Dr, Bethlehem, PA 18015
  • Monroe County: 1770 Route 209, Brodheadsville, PA 18322
  • Lehigh County: 1 Stabler Lane, Suite 120, Bethlehem, PA 18015
  • Pike County: 1475 Route 6 & 209 Ste B, Milford, PA 18337

The buses run every 30 minutes from each location and the last bus leaves at 2:00am.