Preparing For Your Return to a Casino

Here's how to play for a return to a casino

COVID-19 vaccines are rolling out worldwide, and there is light at the end of the tunnel when it comes to returning to normality. Australian casinos are operating at a reduced capacity and have experienced no real issues. This is leading many people to plan their return to a casino in the near future.

Casinos will always be available, so there is no need to rush your return to a casino. This is especially true if you do not feel safe doing so. Nobody judges others for wanting to remain safe. You return to a casino when you are ready and only then.

Those of you planning to return to a casino can read and absorb these tips for making it a memorable, enjoyable trip.

Protect Yourself When You Return to a Casino

Aussie casinos follow strict government guidelines to keep their staff and customers safe. These include, but are not limited to, wearing face masks, sanitising stations, and reduced capacity.

Take extra measures when you return to a casino to minimise any COVID-19 risk. Feel free to wear a mask even if doing so is not compulsory. Likewise, carry some hand sanitising gel with you and apply it regularly.

Purchase some disinfectant wipes and wipe down your chair, playing surface, or pokie. You will find casino staff already do this and do this well, but it does no harm.

Furthermore, do not be afraid to speak up if someone is stood or seated too close to you. Complain to the casino’s staff if your pleas go unheard because everyone has the right to feel safe.

Do Not Get Carried Away

It is tempting to go hell for leather when you first return to a casino because you may not have played casino games for a long time. Always remember how important bankroll management is.

Bet your usual stakes and have your typical stop losses in place. You may have saved a decent chunk of money not visiting your casino, but this should not mean you start betting much higher than you would ordinarily wager. It is not easy to return to your regular stakes once you sample larger bets. This can and does lead to gambling problems, which nobody wants.

Furthermore, it is easy to get carried away with the excitement of being in a casino. Casinos employ a range of tactics to relieve you of your money, and it is easy to forget this. Your return to a casino should be exciting, but not so much you get carried away playing games with a significant house edge or that you have no real clue about.

Take Advantage Of Promotions

COVID-19 hit Aussie casinos hard in terms of finances. Enforced closures and reduced capacity meant a lack of revenue. Operators are aware customers are wary of making a return to a casino. Those operators are running plenty of promotions as a result.

What better way to get players to return to a casino by greasing their palms a little? Every casino is different but expect discounted food and beverages, free bets, and more.

Now is the time to sign up for any loyalty scheme your casino offers. You earn loyalty points each time you spend your money in the bars and restaurants. The same applies to playing pokies, blackjack, or roulette. Think of these schemes as cashback and treat any rewards as a bonus. Do not play higher stakes or longer sessions just to climb up a loyalty level; it really is not worth it.

Above all, enjoy your return to a casino. They are fabulous places brimming with fun and laughter. Keep your wits about you, take advantage of any added value, and take the casino to the cleaners!