coilman
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coachbelly
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December 3rd, 2014 at 12:04:24 PM permalink
The CET casinos in Atlantic City have the same policy, there are signs at all entrances stating that alcoholic beverages
may not be brought onto the premises.

It's no big deal, it doesn't really stop anybody from sneaking in a bottle or two, or even a case of beer in their luggage.
It does give security the option to prevent folks from bringing in coolers full of alcohol and multiple cases of beer.

I don't blame them, restaurants with liquor licenses don't allow patrons to bring their own.
I believe that it is illegal (in NJ) to bring alcohol onto a licensed premises, you have to purchase it from the licensee.
kenarman
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December 3rd, 2014 at 12:10:47 PM permalink
Quote: coilman

Believe it or not.............

http://blogs.windsorstar.com/news/caesars-windsor-puts-a-cork-in-outside-alcohol-at-its-hotel



This is a pretty standard policy in a lot of hotels with room service and lots of on site facilities. If you look at the terms you will often see it. I have never seen it enforced much for a small amount of booze but you will see it enforced when the stag party checks in and needs a cart just for their booze.

It is along the same vein as the casinos in BC will not let you walk in with any outside fluids or theme parks not allowing you to bring in your own picnic lunch.
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December 3rd, 2014 at 12:14:05 PM permalink
That's why God made whiskey, rum, and Gold Peak Tea the same color. Worst case for beer, you put your clothes in your cooler, your beer in your luggage, then the old switcheroo in the room.
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JohnnyQ
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December 3rd, 2014 at 5:19:34 PM permalink
Quote: kenarman

or theme parks not allowing you to bring in your own picnic lunch.



The major theme park near us allows you to bring in your lunch and they even have a picnic pavilion. Most people park their coolers there and I think it is pretty much an honor system not to mess with someone else's stuff. The picnic area is just outside the park entrance, so you just get your hand stamped when you go out for lunch.
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terapined
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December 3rd, 2014 at 5:26:00 PM permalink
Quote: JohnnyQ

The major theme park near us allows you to bring in your lunch and they even have a picnic pavilion. Most people park their coolers there and I think it is pretty much an honor system not to mess with someone else's stuff. The picnic area is just outside the park entrance, so you just get your hand stamped when you go out for lunch.



I used to see concerts at Filene Center Wolf Trap in Northern Virginia when I lived in the area.
Beautiful concert pavilion with lawn seating.
Operated by the National Park Service.
So on the lawn, attending a concert, National Park rules apply.
Can you bring a bottle of wine into a National Park, of course.
Therefore if you wanted to bring a few bottles to the concert with you to drink, its allowed :-)
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sc15
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December 3rd, 2014 at 6:53:09 PM permalink
This rule is only to target the jackasses who squeeze 8 guys in a room and bring in 3 cases of beer with them. Nobody's searching your bags when you go into the hotel.

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