There are many myths, misconceptions, and assumptions about hosting a casino party. Here are seven of them.
Myth # 1 — Casino Parties Is Illegal
Although gambling is not permitted in all states, parties at casinos are allowed in all of them. However, there may be restrictions in some states if it is to raise funds. Gambling refers to the exchange or payment of real money in return for chips or any other considerations. Casino fun parties are made up of play money and chips. Participants can exchange their chips for cash without any recompense. You’re not losing any money and it’s not gambling.
Myth # 2: Casino Parties Cost Expensive
A casino party is much cheaper than other forms. Even movie tickets can go for more than $10. Concert tickets can be more than 100 dollars each, not counting the 20% convenience cost that Ticketmaster imposes. Las Vegas shows and Broadway plays are notoriously expensive. A typical casino party costs between 20 and 30 dollars per person. Pretty reasonable, if you ask me.
Myth #3 – Casino Parties can be difficult to organize and manage
There is no other way to put it. Most occasions, the casino rental company will provide the Pit Boss. This person will oversee your event, manage casino dealers, and facilitate prize giveaways. For the casino to rent you, they will require three things:
Myth #4: It’s hard to find an ideal location
You will have a lot of fun planning your party at a casino. However, it doesn’t always have to look expensive or extravagant. We’ve hosted casino theme parties indoors and outdoors, in warehouses or hotels, in private homes, clubhouses or veteran’s halls, basements or community centers, as well under a pole barn right in the middle a farmer’s cow paddock. For the people who attend the event, it doesn’t matter where they are located.
Myth #5- I don’t have enough guests to host a casino party
Yes, there have been many casino events that attracted over 1,000 people. However, the event was also very popular with just 20 people. You can adjust the number or tables depending on the number of people attending. It isn’t uncommon for small casino nights only to have two or three table.
Myth #6 – We don’t know how to play casino games
Most casino fun party vendors will demonstrate how to play the game. Some will even demonstrate a simple betting system. Many people who attend casino parties have never played in a slot machine or gambled before. The casino dealer cannot promise that you’ll win if you visit a casino.
Myth #7 – Casino Parties do not make good fund-raisers
Casino Party Fundraisers are one of the best ways to raise money. Even if it is your first event, you can easily make thousands of dollar in just three hours. Multiple streams of income are often available to Casino Fund Raisers.