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Hard Rock Casino

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Hard Rock Casino

The minimum for a credit line is $5,000. What does one do if they run out of US funds and need more to play in casino but not $5,000 worth? Will they charge your room for the amount you want?

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Suggest you contact the Hard Rock Casino directly for a precise answer. Here is a link to their contact information:

hardrockhotelpuntacana.com/casino/contact-us…

Fredericton, Canada
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""need more to play in casino"" (-:

No judgement - just had to chuckle when I read that phrase.

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Even I don't spend that much in their Casino.

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If I'm reading this right you don't actually want the $5000 credit line but less, in that case I would suggest using your credit card to withdraw cash, yes you'll get fees for doing so but I think you'll be able to keep an eye on how much your spending, I've heard a few horror stories of people who charge it to the room and lose track of what they've lost.

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Hmm..... I don't think I'd use my credit card to withdraw cash.... credit cards start charging interest immediately on cash advances - no grace period like with standard purchases. I think a better idea would be to use a bank ATM card and withdraw from your bank account... pay the fees associated with that.

Or, do what I do..... budget for the week (I do bring cash for this) and if you lose it, you stop playing.

Bavaro, Dominican...
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Yes I agree that would be better, its being able to see what your spending that's the key.

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Thanks for your suggestions, one of the girls in the group is the "big spender" and she asked. One more question, the slots are in US$ aren't they?

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