4 Lucky Spots to Touch On The Boardwalk

Last updated: June 20, 2019 at 2:49 pm. Posted by in Atlantic City, Atlantic City Attractions, Atlantic City Hotels, Bally's Atlantic City, Caesars Atlantic City. No Comments on 4 Lucky Spots to Touch On The Boardwalk.

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Known as an iconic gaming and hospitality brand around the world, and offering the loosest slots in Atlantic City* in true Monopoly-style, Caesars has developed a list of four iconic “lucky spots” to see and touch on the Boardwalk, hoping to bring guests happiness and good fortune this summer in honor of the 40th Anniversary of Caesars Atlantic City

 

Caesar statue

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Caesar is among the great leaders who possessed an unusual share of good luck and favor. Certainly the facts of his military career indicate good luck, and it is said that he considered himself a child of good fortune. By staring at the statue and asking Caesar for luck, you just might be as fortuitous as Caesar in his prime.

 

coin fountain at caesars

Caesars Atlantic City 2Walking towards Caesars’ lobby and casino floor, be sure to stop in your tracks and admire what lies ahead. There’s much more to feel than simply the satisfying sensation of tossing loose change into a small body of water. Many fail to realize just how much luck this fountain from Ancient-Rome possesses. Emerging from the well, you will find what appears to be a horseshoe. Similar to a four-leaf clover or rabbit’s foot, the shoe symbolizes good fortune to those who wish upon it.

 

park place & boardwalk sign

Atlantic City boardwalkOne of the world’s most popular board games – Monopoly – undoubtedly requires some luck. The most coveted properties in the game are the purple properties, Boardwalk and Park Place. They’re the most valuable, they cost the most, and are the least landed on spaces. But, those lucky enough to possess both Boardwalk and Park Place cards have a clear advantage. For similar luck, touch the sign where park place meets boardwalk – just outside Bally’s – and hopefully Mr. Monopoly will grant you fortune. 

 

the crazy clock at bally’s

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Speaking of Monopoly, you know how if you roll doubles, you receive an extra turn? Well, there’s no denying repeated numbers are pure magic here. After all, 11:11 strikes our famed clock tower outside of Bally’s Wild Wild West in Vegas, Central, Mountain and WWW time. Although the already-prominent number sequence is vital for wishful thinkers alike, we have heard through the Center of the Boardwalk that if you cash in those wishes when either side of the clock hits this pattern, your luck will significantly increase.

 

*Per 2018 DGE monthly revenues – Harrah’s Resort #1 loosest slots; Caesars #3 in the market.
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