Tax, fee battle looms for Delaware casinos
Gerry Corrigan of Salisbury, Md., plays the slot machines at Dover Downs. Delaware's three casinos are laying the groundwork for a battle over what they pay the state in taxes and licensing fees.
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#1 Nov 14, 2011
My husband and I were devoted Delaware Park patrons, but are getting upset with them. We did try Perryville Slots but it was too crowded, cramped and no table games.(Seems Maryland is always 10 years behind other states, this time it's with table games)
We have noticed that Delaware Park has cut back on all their "Comps" gift mailings, points and have tightened the slots noticeably.
They must have hired some Atlantic City Marketing/financial executive that ruined Atlantic City a few years back. It's like dejavue all over again!!! Atlantic City marketing/financial executives tried to cut back on all the patrons’ perks/comps and tightened the slots and drove people away. They should have done the opposite, let people win and they and 10 others will come back.
Delaware Park needs to let more people win and give more comps, if they don't people like my husband and I will settle for Perryville, a shorter drive and in June, Arundel Mills Casino.
Make us want to come back!!! Don't drive us away...
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