This is the time of year when we start thinking about summer. It may be some weeks away, but we still have summer on the mind as we plan trips, beach days, outdoor activities and just all around fun in the sun.
You know – summer stuff.
The spas at Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa want to help you prepare for the season by reducing your stress, rejuvenating your skin, as well as your general outlook for the upcoming season.
And best of all, we’re doing it with a great Spa Flash Sale. You can book the following services through May 1, but schedule them between May 2 and June 23 at Spa Toccare and Immersion Spa.
Here in Atlantic City, summer is the season to relax and party. There’s no better place to start than Borgata’s Spas.
De Stress Massage $110 / 50 min
What a perfect time to address your stress… Close your eyes and dream of pure relaxation as our therapist helps you let it go… This upper body massage focusing on high stress areas of your back, neck and shoulders will transport you to complete peace.
Treatment includes complimentary Lather travel kit, a retail value of $22.
It’s a sure bet that Mazzoni Center‘s annual fundraising gala, Elixir, will be a winning event this year. The festive celebration that raises funds for Philly’s one-stop LGBT healthcare and wellness shop has teamed up with Borgata to provide an evening of partying for a purpose.
Borgata has joined as a sponsor for the event, which is being held on Friday, May 20th at Thomas Jefferson University’s Lubert Plaza. Of course, in traditional Borgata style, the resort will be ushering in a night full of fun as they’ll set up a charitable casino lounge, filled with plenty of card games for the chance to win real Borgata prizes like hotel packages, show tickets, dinners, spa treatments, and more. Borgata’s participation is all for a good cause: Proceeds will support Mazzoni Center’s ongoing mission “to provide quality comprehensive health and wellness services in an LGBT-focused environment, while preserving the dignity and improving the quality of life of the individuals [they] serve.”
You know, sometimes here on the Borgata blog we spend so much time talking about Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa’s great entertainment, fine dining and nightlife, wonderful spas, and great all around amenities that it might seem like we’re overlooking a simple fact – Borgata is a great place to come and play in the casino and then spend the night in a comfortable and luxurious room.
Trust us, we know how important that is to casino players.
In fact, we’ve just announced a new set of special hotel packages at Borgata – one of the best ways to theme your Borgata stay – and we’re starting by highlighting the best reason to come in our “Play Your Heart Out Package.”
This package includes an overnight stay in one of Borgata’s AAA Four-Diamond award-winning hotel rooms, dinner for two at Borgata Buffet, and your choice of Bonus SLOT DOLLARS® or Match Play to play your heart out on the casino floor.
Starting at $159, your get:
Overnight stay in a Classic Room at Borgata.
$25 Bonus SLOT DOLLARS® or $25 Match Play.
$25 online credit to play at BorgataCasino.com.
Dinner for two at Borgata Buffet.
Of course, while you’re here, you might want to check out Borgata entertainment, dining and our fine spas. But mostly, we suspect you’ll want to play your heart out.
That’s what we’re here for.
Check out all of Borgata’s special hotel packages here.
Those of you that regularly check out our weekly big winners at BorgataCasino.com and BorgataPoker.com already know about the magic that happens on particular online slots games.
We’ve certainly noticed it in bringing you the winners list and the magic comes through again this week on our BorgataCasino.com slot game Loot EnKhamun. Our players had another great week of simulating the riches of King Tut as two winners – Rocco from Belmar and Virginia from Rahway – made a combined total of $6 in bets and won more than $8,000 in jackpots. And both on April 14.
At BorgataPoker.com, our Sunday $50K guaranteed tournament remains the gold standard as the top Borgata finishers (the tournament is also played at PartyPoker) took in better than $20K.
Who will the magic happen to this week?
Here’s a look at the big online gaming winners for April 11 to April 17:
– On April 14, Glenn from Franklin Lakes, New Jersey, bet $6 playing the OMG Kittens! slot game and won $3,937.50.
– On April 14, Rocco from Belmar, New Jersey, won $5,006 after placing a $5 bet on the Loot’EnKhamun mobile slot game.
– On April 14, Virginia from Rahway, New Jersey, made a $1 bet on the Loot’EnKhamun slot game and won $3,087.60.
It’s springtime and that means we’re used to getting more here in New Jersey. More great weather. More daylight hours. And this week, a little extra in your pocket.
When you play slots at BorgataCasino.com this Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, you’ll get 20% cash back on your losses — just in case things don’t go quite as planned in the luck department.
To earn the cash back, just sign in to your BorgataCasino.com account from a PC or Mac between Monday, April 25th and Wednesday, April 27th.
Then go to the Promotions tab, opt in to the Cash Back Thursday promotion, and make a deposit of $100 or more.
We’ll track your play on slots, classic slots, or progressive slots between Monday and Wednesday. On Thursday, we’ll give you 20% cash back on any net losses up to $100 incurred. It’s that easy.
It’s not every day at the Borgata Blog that we get to tell you about another of our new hotel packages at Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa and get to use a great pun.
So let us introduce a great new package designed for comedy lovers we’re calling the Bor-HaHa Hotel Package.
Get it. Borgata … Bor-HaHa.
Ok, maybe we’re using the description “great” pun a little loosely, but it doesn’t change the fact that our new Bor-HaHa Hotel Package is a great deal for fans of stand-up comedy and the Borgata Comedy Club.
Start by sipping cocktails at Long Bar, then laugh out loud with some of the region’s top comics, before slipping into 300-thread-count Egyptian cotton sheets in your signature Borgata bed.
Starting at $129 a night, you get:
You’ll feel like the happiest player on the planet when you hear this. We’re celebrating Earth Day by handing you up to $1,000 Bonus Dollars.
On April 22nd, just sign in to your BorgataCasino.com account from your PC or Mac. Then head to the Promotions tab and opt in to the Earth Day promotion.
We’ll show you a special Earth Day card. Click it to see what you’ve won. It could be worth as much as $1,000 Bonus Dollars and you’re guaranteed to win something.
New to BorgataCasino.com? Get $20 Bonus Dollars free when you sign up, plus a 100% match bonus on your first deposit worth up to $100.
If there’s one thing Americans like to win, it’s a new car. It’s something that “The Price is Right” has known for all 287 years it’s been on television, as well as every other game show from “Family Feud” to “Let’s Make a Deal.”
And we at Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa know even better than most the joy of announcing a prize with the line “It’s a new car!”
On Saturday, April 30 we’ll be saying it five times as Borgata holds its BMW 528i Sweepstakes.
That’s five prizes of the BMW 5 series sedan that’s a testament to BMW’s mastery of style, performance, and innovation. With everything in perfect balance, it offers the best of every world.
Yeah, that’s car talk from BMW, but as car talk goes, it’s pretty good stuff.
Consider this about the BMW 528i:
BMW’s superb craftsmanship comes to life in the sophisticated interior. Optional 20-way multi-contour seats ensure outstanding comfort, while other premium selections like lush Nappa Leather upholstery and contrast stitching bring a refined style to the elegant cabin.
With the preview weekend behind us and one full week under our belt, we are very excited for what’s to come. We would like to thank everyone that came out the past two weeks and making Premier’s opening a huge success. But it’s not over; we have much more to come! We continue this week with our star-studded lineup with Steve Aoki!
Friday Night – Steve Aoki
Steven Hiroyuki “Steve” Aoki is an American electro house DJ, record producer, and music executive. Steve Aoki founded his own label, Dim Mak Records, in 1996 but made it big internationally in 2010. Through relentless touring with an average of 250 shows a year, he gained huge support from his colleagues. Steve Aoki is widely known for his acrobatic crowd surfing stunts, throwing cake at fans, spraying champagne bottles, and riding rafts on the dance floor. Steve Aoki has headlined more than 55 cities in 60 dates across the United States and Canada.
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The World Series of Poker recently announced that many bracelet events this summer in Las Vegas will start at 11am rather than the usual noon start time. I expected to hear complaints from poker players, pros especially, when this change was announced but I couldn’t have predicted just how much backlash there would be from the poker community.
I personally would prefer to keep the noon start times, but as with any change that impacts many people it’s important to look at the overall effect(s) of the change rather than one’s personal preference. I believe it’s a bit short-sighted to complain about the change in start times in much the same way that it’s short-sighted to complain about the slower pace of play, bright lights, showing your cards to the camera/RFID reader, and other annoyances associated with being on a streamed or televised table. When you look at the big picture, tournament poker has flourished in the past 13 years mainly due to televised poker bringing in masses of people who watched poker on TV, especially the WSOP and WPT.
When it comes to the 11am start times, I think it’s important to consider which demographics are more likely to prefer which start time. I can tell you from many years of experience playing Borgata tournaments, which typically start at 11am, that recreational players tend to be on time much more frequently than pros and they don’t seem to mind the earlier start time. The earlier start time at WSOP is accompanied by an earlier bagging time, which is a big consideration for recreational players who aren’t used to being up until 2am, much less playing high stakes tournaments at that hour. I think Borgata has been getting this right all along and I’m glad the WSOP has caught up from a “good of the game” perspective.