Canadian Casino Tours

By Ben Hamill - May 02 2016


You don’t have to spend a ton of money on travel and accommodations to go to a casino and enjoy gambling entertainment. There are a wide range of Canadian Casino tours that take vacationers for a day, a weekend or more to a nearby casino where they can enjoy the gaming fun and excitement as part of a travel group.

Why Travel to a Casino as Part of a Travel Group?

Casino Tours offer personalized service, starting with the staff which brings with it many years of travel experience and casino expertise to ensure that your trip will be one that offers you a satisfying gambling adventure.

When you travel to the casino as part of an organized group, everything is taken care of, from soup to nuts. You travel on a bus so you don’t have to worry about organizing the driving or other travel arrangements. Gas costs, toll roads and all other types of planning is already secured. You travel with other like-minded gamers from your home-town which gives the trip an atmosphere of a party.

When you travel with a casino tour group the casino treats you like a high roller, yet you still benefit from the discounts that casinos offer tour participants. You pay one price for your trip which includes the airfare/bus fare, meals, accommodations (when applicable) and, for overnight guests, accommodations and entertainment. Casinos often pay air fares/bus fare for repeat visitors and often offer complementary meals and transportation to and from the airport as well. Your only expenses, other than those of the trip itself, are those of the bets that you want to make at the gaming tables.

Casino tours are probably the most inexpensive way to visit your gambling destination. Casinos love to host junket travelers because they have proven, over time, to be the casino’s most valuable clients. The casino awards junket visitors complementary vouchers for the eateries, gift shops, entertainment events and invitational tournaments.

Traveling to the casino with a group might not be every gamer’s cup of tea, but it does make a lot of sense for many casino patrons.


The Great Canadian Casino Express is one of the largest group casino tour operators in Canada. The tour operator provides comfortable and affordable transportation for small groups and individuals, originating in locations across Southwestern Ontario, to the casino of their choice.

Casino destinations include the Fallsview Casino in Niagara Falls, Casino Niagara in Niagara Falls, Caesars Casino in Windsor and Casino Orillia in Rama. Travel is facilitated by coach and the trips last one day. Participants enjoy all of the amenities of a high quality casino event including casino comp points rewards.

Fallsview Casino junkets leave from Aylmer, Brantford, Cambridge, Chatham, Delhi, Guelph, Kitchener, Listowel, Superstore Mall and Westmount Mall in London, Sarnia, Simcoe, St. Thomas, Stratford, Strathoy, Tillsonburg, Wallaceburg, Waterloo and Woodstock.

Participants are eligible for rebates including a $10 rebate on slots on Thursdays and Saturdays and a $20 rebate on Slots on Fridays and alternate Sundays and Tuesdays.

The cost of the junket is $15 per person. Busses begin their travel from the London Mall (Oxford and Wonderland) at 10:00a.m. on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, alternate Tuesdays and alternate Sundays.

The Casino Niagara tour departs from Quality Inn to the Casino Niagara and winds through Branford, Kitchener, Guelph, Cambridge, London, Stratford, Waterloo and Woodstock on alternate Mondays at 11:00am. Players receive a free buffet. Cost of participation in the junket is $15 per person.

People in Alymer, Chatham, Kitchener, London, Sarnia, St. Thomas, Strathroy, Tillsonberg, Wallaceberg and Woodstock can travel to the Caesar’s Casino in Windsor for $15 per person. The tours depart from Aylmer Market Building at the Corner of Murray & Spruce. On alternate Sundays and Fridays.

Rebates offered to junket participants include a $20 free slot play.

There are bus tours to the Casino Rama in Orillia on alternate Mondays and alternate Wednesdays for $10 per person. Departure points include Cambridge, Guelph, Kitchener, Stratford and Waterloo. A rebate lunch buffet is offered.

  • Vancouver
    The Hard Rock Casino in Vancouver welcomes a wide range of bus tours including tours from seniors centers, social groups, family vacation packages and even groups from outside of BC. The Hard Rock Bus Tour incentive package includes free soft drinks, coffee and tea on the gaming floor, slot play coupons and competitive financial incentives. Meals are available at the seven casino eateries including the Asylum, the Buffet at Unlisted, the Stake, the Fu Express, the Chip’s Sandwich Shop, the roadies’ Burgers and the Fuel Café. Comp points from casino gaming enable patrons to enjoy their meals for reduced prices or even, for enough comp points, for free.

The Hard Rock Casino will assist tour groups in locating the best group hotel rates in the region to ensure that the trip is financially accessible for everyone.


Frontier Bus Lines organizes tours to Alberta’s casinos and to casinos in other parts of Canada. Many of the tours include on-board bingo with prizes. Casino destinations include the APEX Casino in St. Albert, the Grey Eagle Casino in Calgary and the River Cree Casino in Edmonton. The tours cost $35 per person and on each individual’s sixth tour, he is invited to join for free. Tours depart from the Red Deer Arena overflow parking lot. Participants may sign up for the casino lunch option and other incentives.

The Edmonton Bus Company organizes $10 tours to Camrose Casino in Camrose, Edmonton, where participants can stay for the day or take advantage of the casino’s Play and Stay package. These packages can be booked for Sundays — Thursdays for $149 or Fridays — Sundays for $159. There are additional deals on meals including an $11 lunch steak sandwich and a Friday seafood buffet. Customers must book at least one week in advance.

Nova Scotia

Atlantic Tours brings players from around the Eastern Canadian seaboard to the Casino Nova Scotia for gambling, entertainment, fine dining and, for multi-day stays, hotel accommodations. Tour participants are given $10 towards the Trapeze Restaurant or the Paradise Buffet and $15 in slots credits. With a Player’s Club Card gamers can enjoy complimentary non-alcoholic beverages on the gaming floor. The Stay and Play package options include motorcoach travel, VIA Rail or even airfare.

Don’t forget…..all Canadian casinos accept only players who are 19 and older. Traveling to a casino with a group can become a great deal for everyone.

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