Harrah’s Philadelphia Casino Partners With MLS’ Union After Every Win

Written By Corey Sharp on June 14, 2023
Harrah's Philadelphia Casino just partnered with the Philadelphia Union.

The Philadelphia Union and Harrah’s Philadelphia Casino are forging a partnership. Fans who attend Union games can head over to Harrah’s Philadelphia after a win to enjoy generous promotions.

The PA casino in Chester also has promotions in place the day after Union games for fans who didn’t attend the game.

The Union are in third place in the Eastern Conference with a 9-3-5 record. There’s no better place to celebrate a Union victory than Harrah’s Philadelphia.

Union Win promotion at Harrah’s Philadelphia

The Union pack Subaru Park every home game with 18,500 fans. After a triumph, those fans can celebrate at Harrah’s Philadelphia through the Union Win promotion.

Fans can show their ticket at the rewards desk for $25 match play, following a win. In addition, Harrah’s Philadelphia is offering guests 2x comps and two-for-one pizzas the day after games. That specific promotion is open to all guests, even those who didn’t attend the soccer match.

Harrah’s Philadelphia will include drink specials, live entertainment and more after every Union home game.

As Subaru Park and Harrah’s Philadelphia are three miles from each other, the partnership makes a ton of sense. Zara Alayan, SVP and General Manager of Harrah’s Philadelphia, said in a statement:

“We are thrilled to team up with the Philadelphia Union and deliver an exhilarating experience to fans. In addition to our Union Win You Win promotion, we are committed to actively engaging with the community as part of this partnership. Being just three miles away from the stadium and right on the Delaware Riverfront, we aspire to serve as a hub for pre and post-game events while also fostering community involvement. Together, we aim to make a positive impact in Delaware County and create lasting connections with the local residents.”

Philadelphia Union 2023 schedule

Luckily for Union fans, the team has plenty of home games left in the 2023 season. Charlie Slonaker, Chief Revenue Officer for the Union, wants the gameday experience to carry over to new partner Harrah’s Philadelphia. He said in a statement:

“In our pursuit to consistently make game days better and more exciting for fans, we are thrilled to partner with Harrah’s Philadelphia Casino & Racetrack. Giving our fans more reasons to celebrate every Union victory, we look forward to the opportunities this partnership will bring.”

Here is the Union’s remaining schedule, as home games are bolded:


  • 21: Union at Orlando
  • 24: Miami at Union


  • 2: Union at Atlanta
  • 8: Union at Los Angeles
  • 12: Union at Nashville
  • 15: New York City at Union
  • 22: Tijuana at Union
  • 26: Quertaro at Union


  • 20: Dallas at Union
  • 26: Union at Washington D.C.
  • 30: Union at Toronto


  • 3: New York at Union
  • 16: Cincinnati at Union
  • 20: Union at Charlotte
  • 23: Los Angeles FC at Union
  • 30: Union at Columbus


  • 4: Atlanta at Union
  • 7: Nashville at Union
  • 21: Union at New England
Photo by Matt Slocum / AP
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Corey Sharp is the Lead Writer at PlayPennsylvania bringing you comprehensive coverage of sports betting and gambling in Pennsylvania. Corey is a 4-for-4 Philly sports fan and previously worked as a writer and editor for the Philadelphia Inquirer and NBC Sports Philadelphia.

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