Saint Patrick’s Day Parade Return to Atlantic City for the first time Since 2019

By Raymond
Published March 3, 2023

It’s become a tradition for many Americans to travel to Atlantic City to join the Saint Patrick’s Day Parade. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it was last hosted in 2019. 

If it wasn’t for the chairman of the parade committee, James McCullough, a cancelation of the 2023 event was most likely.

I decided we had to do something about this, and I called the mayor. He said he would give us any of the tools necessary to make the parade happen.

While the event remains open for registration at, many businesses and events plan to bring all the Irish luck, food, and drinks to Atlantic City. Of course, multiple land-based casinos in the state are joining the excitement with special promotions and offers. 

Saint Patrick’s Day Promotions at AC Casinos 

Filling the parade with events and exciting opportunities, just about all the land-based casinos have something special on offer. The parade starts on 12 March and continues until 17 March. During this time, various promotions and special offers are available. Some of the most remarkable include: 

Get the celebration off to a great start with $25 credits towards a breakfast each day of the parade at the Coastal Craft Kitchen and Bar or Bobby’s Burger by Bobby Flay at Harrah’s Resort

Hard Rock Casino Atlantic City sets the bar high with huge winnings up for grabs with the Shamrock Sweepstakes promotion. On Friday and Saturday (March 17 and 18), visitors can claim prizes of up to $100,000! 

Golden Nugget Casino offers the ideal dinner plans for the day with a four-course meal, which includes salmon, pork chops, fire-roasted oysters, and bread pudding at Vic & Anthony’s. 

Those who can’t join in person can still make the most of the day with various St. Patrick’s Day online casino promotions in New Jersey. 

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