The luxury gift website, VeryFirstTo.com, and Intercasino, have butted heads to think of the perfect gift for the gambling man. The results of the brainstorming session is the ‘Most Glamorous Bet on Earth;’ a gift that will transport two people to 12 of the world’s most famous casinos, in eight different locations in just four weeks.
Customers of Intercasino have chosen the 12-most famous casinos after responding to several surveys. The eight locations will be Macau, Monaco, Germany, Las Vegas, Connecticut, Atlantic City, Bahamas and Argentina, in a whirlwind trip that will see the guests traveling via business class to enjoy days of high roller gambling and evenings of high class sleeping in Junior Suites across the globe.
The 12-casinos by name are the Venetian Macao, Wynn Macau, The Casino de Monte Carlo, Casino Baden, The Bellagio, Caesars Palace, The Venetian, The MGM, Foxwoods, Trump Taj Mahal, Atlantic Paradise and Park Hyatt Mendoza.
If this is a gift that you would like to give to your parents, then the total package would set you back £96,000 for your troubles. Intercasino have also agreed to give you £100 to bet online with InterCasino.com during each night of their four week stay. Let’s just hope that online gambling laws allow such a terrible thing to happen. The lavish couple will keep 50% of the night’s winnings and the other 50% will be donated to charity.
Marcel Knobil, the founder of VeryFirstTo told the International Business Times: “Whether they’re novices or pros, whoever rolls the dice on this trip will enjoy the most exhilarating and dazzling gaming journey ever. It’s a tour of true gambling brand icons; helping charity along the way.”
Other luxury gifts being advertised on the VeryFirstTo website include The World’s Ultimate Christmas Dinner. At just £125,000 (for four persons) John Salt Head Chef, Ben Spalding, will serve you a four course meal that includes a £37,000 bottle of champagne that pre dates the first World War, the world most expensive fish eggs, the world’s most expensive melon and a 150 year old bottle of Balsamic Vinegar.