Casual casino-goers may not realize thereâ€™s a universal code of etiquette that nearly all casinos followâ€”but there is, and it will separate the pros from the amateurs. In order to get the best of your visit to a casino, be it a big-shot high-roller in Vegas or a small-town operation in the middle of nowhere, keeping these simple tips in mind will keep you off casinosâ€™ blacklists and have you walking out knowing youâ€™ll be welcomed back.
You may be surprised, but much of casino etiquette revolves around kids. In general, itâ€™s considered bad etiquette to bring your child along, especially if theyâ€™re under ten. Children who are older are often allowed into casino restaurants, but many casinos ban anyone under the legal ageâ€”and, arguably, for good reason! Casinos are loud, bright, and have lots of unusual stimuli that can easily upset children.
So, if you want a night out, hire a babysitterâ€”and convince other members of your party to as well! Most casinos wonâ€™t kick and your kids out if they donâ€™t have a posted age limit, but a whining child can be a disturbance to other guests, and you may be asked to step outside.
This should be an obvious tip: donâ€™t be obnoxious. Casinos like it when you drink their alcohol, but they donâ€™t like it when you get rowdy. Getting drunk and shouting is one of the fastest ways to get yourself booted, so manage your alcohol intake and be sure to stick with your group if you are drinking, so they can keep an eye on you. And, of course, donâ€™t h .. [View Entire Article]