Ongoing Promotions Keep Poker Strong At Tropicana Atlantic City

Posted on July 9, 2018

The downsized Tropicana Poker Club at Tropicana Casino & Resort Atlantic City continues to hold a position of power in the Atlantic City live poker market, thanks to a series of attractive and ongoing promotions.

The 42-table poker room at The Trop once housed some of the biggest games in town. The room has since moved to a new location next to the property’s Boogie Nights nightclub, and there’s still plenty of action. The new space now features 18 tables, 11 TVs, new, lighter-colored decor, and fully adjustable seats.

Tropicana Poker Club Treasure Box

Ongoing cash game promotions include the Tropicana Poker Club Treasure Box and hourly high hand promotion giving players the chance to win $150 every hour, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The minimum qualifying hand is aces full of kings, at least $20 must be in the pot and both of a player’s hole cards must play.

Tropicana Poker Club Treasure Box also features Bonus Days, giving players the chance to win $150 every half hour. Bonus Days run Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 12 p.m. until 11:59 p.m., plus Fridays from 12 p.m. until 5:59 p.m.

Bonus Cash cashback

Additionally, the Tropicana Poker Club offers one of the best cashback programs in Atlantic City. The poker room’s Bonus Cash promotion sees everyone who plays 50 hours in a month earn $75. Plus, those who play 90 hours earn $150, and anyone playing 130 hours or more earns $300.

Bonus Cash is paid on the second Wednesday after the end of the month. Players must pick up the cash before the end of the month or the prize is forfeited.

Further Tropicana Poker Club cash game promotions include the Breakfast Club Lucky Seat where players can win $100 just by sitting in the lucky seat. Two random draws for lucky seats are conducted Monday to Thursday from 9:30 a.m. until 11:59 a.m. Only Texas Hold’em players are eligible to win.

Players can also win a complimentary room at Tropicana just by hitting a Royal Flush. Only one of a player’s hole cards must be used to win. The room must be reserved and is available Sunday through Thursday only, excluding holidays.

Bad Beat Jackpot

There’s also a Bad Beat Jackpot promotion that has paid out an outstanding $7,810,795 in total winnings since 2008. The current jackpot as of July 1, 2018 is just $21,911 because it was recently hit.

Additionally, all poker players can earn comp dollars using the Tropicana Poker Club’s own loyalty club card. However, the comps have a equal value to the Trop Advantage loyalty club program. Poker players earn comps at a rate that ranges from 50 cents to $2 an hour.

Tropicana Poker Club tournaments

If tournament poker is more your flavor, the Tropicana Poker Club runs tournaments twice daily.

The 11:15 a.m. No Limit Hold’em Daily Tournament features a $40 buy-in with a $10 entry fee and a $5 dealer option for more starting chips. There are unlimited re-entries until the close of registration.

Then, the 7:15 p.m. No Limit Hold’em Daily Tournament features the same $40 buy-in with a $10 entry Fee and a $5 dealer option for more starting chips. There are also unlimited re-entries until the close of registration.

Registration for both tournaments begins an hour before the scheduled start time.

Tropicana Casino & Resort Atlantic City

Tropicana Casino & Resort Atlantic City is located on the Atlantic City Boardwalk. The property is home to 2,400 hotel rooms, 26 restaurants, and 20 bars and lounges. Plus, entertainment options include the Tropicana Showroom and an IMAX Theater. It also houses The Quarter, a 200,000-square-foot shopping mall and entertainment complex.

Billionaire Carl Icahn sold parent company Tropicana Entertainment Inc.’s US casino properties to real estate investment trust Gaming and Leisure Properties in April. Reno, Nevada’s Eldorado Resorts will soon take over casino operations.

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