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February 4, 2017

Get a Bus to Atlantic City From Bay Ridge, Brooklyn

Where can I get a bus in Bay Ridge to go to Atlantic City Casinos?

 

bus to atlantic city from bay ridge brooklyn
 

 

There are a lot of stops in Bay Ridge for the Atlantic City Bus:

 

  • 69th and 5th (outside Mikes Donuts)

 

  • 69th Street and 4th Avenue

 

  • 3rd Avenue and 75th Street (outside of Ice Deli)

 

  • 3rd Avenue and 81st Street (outside of Brooklyn Market)

 

  • 3rd Avenue and 92nd Street outside of the candy store (across the street from Foodtown).  (On the return trip, this is the first stop in Bay Ridge)

 

 

Where can you purchase a ticket for the Atlantic City from Bay Ridge?

These places sell tickets for same day return”

 

 

  • Call SGS Travelscope 718-339-2928 and book a ticket. The cost is $38 and you get $30 back in slot money. You also receive some food credits for some of the casinos (like $10 from Ballys Casino).

 

  • Sapan Convenience Store – 9116 – 3rd Avenue – 718-745-9135   This is  the candy store across the street from Foodtown (or three stores away from Panentico). It’s  $38 for a roundtrip ticket and then they give you $30 voucher for slots (you have to use that for slots – you don’t receive cash money back). The bus leaves Bay Ridge at 9:45 am  and then in the evening you have to board the bus in Atlantic City around 6-6:30 pm  and arrive back to BayRidge around 8:30 – 9:00 pm   This bus always runs Thursday to Sunday, but it also runs on some Monday, Tuesdays and Wednesdays (less likely in the Winter though)  

 

 

*Children are not allowed on the bus.

 

Other areas with buses to Atlantic City:

 

Sunset Park: There are coach buses that leave from here daily: 58th and 8th Avenue (across the street from Chase Bank). The ticket is  $25 dollars and they give you $40 casino credits. The ticket is good for 3 days.

 

Dyker Heights:  75th and 13th Avenue

 

 

 

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marlene

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