Class Action

Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa “Unlimited Free Parking” Vouchers

Class Action

Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa “Unlimited Free Parking” Vouchers

A class-action lawsuit was filed against Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa in January 2015 (and transferred from state court to federal court in March 2015) for allegedly falsely advertising an “Unlimited Free Parking” voucher when, in reality, the voucher is limited. Specifically, plaintiffs claim that the casino’s loyalty program members cannot redeem the “unlimited” voucher more than one time each month. In addition, plaintiffs claim that the casino provides consumers with two “Free Parking One Time Per Month” vouchers when, in reality, consumers cannot use both vouchers because use of one of the vouchers automatically voids the other. (Motwani, et al v. Marina District Development Company LLC d/b/a Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa, Case No. L-276-15, Superior Court of New Jersey, Bergen County).

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