Biloxi bus trips and packages

On top of awesome beaches, world class casinos, luxurious hotels, an awesome climate, and outdoor adventure galore, Biloxi has another great attribute: it is conveniently located.  Right in the middle of the Gulf Coast, Biloxi is a mere hour or so drive from New Orleans and is an easy day trip from many locations in Alabama and the Florida Panhandle.

While hopping in your car and taking a trip to Biloxi is easy enough, it is even easier--and often even cheaper--to visit by bus.  A number of companies now have buses headed to Biloxi, and customers can choose from day trips to overnight trips to multiple night vacation packages.  Once you are in the Biloxi you can also enjoy cheap, accessible, and flexible public transportation servicing the local area.

Quick Trips

There are a several regional operators leaving from a variety of nearby locations who aim to show you a great time in Biloxi.  Most carriers depart from nearby states including Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Georgia, Texas, and even Missouri,   Some offer day trips, while others put together overnight and multiple night packages for its customers.  

  • Kincaid Coaches , based out of Panama City, Florida, offers several day trip options from the Florida panhandle to Biloxi  that generally take around 6 hours round trip, for as little as $25 per person.  Kincaid Coaches also offers overnight trips to Biloxi which include three casino visits, one meal, and $50 in free slot play.  Overnight trips start at $69 per person and may include free slot play and even a free casino buffet, depending on departure. 
  • Trailways offers a monthly "Casino Run" that originate in Montgomery, Alabama on the second Sunday of each month. This day trip includes visits to two casinos, with $15 slot play at each.  Trailways also offers a number of charter options from Mobile and other points in Alabama.
  • Based out of Pensacola, Florida, Good Time Tours  offers regular day trips to Biloxi casinos departing from several locations in the Florida Panhandle and Southeast Alabama. Gamblers can take the bus to a Biloxi casino for as little as $10 and get more than that back in free play. They also offer a number of overnight packages  and occasionally have multiple night bus tours that include stops in New Orleans.   Check upcoming departures on their casino run calendar.
  • With over 20 pickup locations throughout Florida, Trinity VIP Travel  makes it easy to hitch a ride to Biloxi.  Their most popular destination package is a three night stay at The IP Resort Hotel .  Starting at $209 per person, travelers will enjoy deluxe motorcoach travel, three nights stay, $25 in free slot play, over $20 in food credits, and a heckuva good time getting there and back.
  • The Magic Carpet Ride  Biloxi Express leaves from St. Lucie and Indian River Counties in Florida and heads straight to the Four Star Beau Rivage Resort and Casino  for tree nights of non-stop action.  Trips start at $249 per person, and include $70 in free slot play.
  • Diamond Tours , which prides itself on being the nation's largest motorcoach tour company, offers many trips to the Biloxi area.  With starting points throughout the South, travelers can visit the company's website and enter their starting location to receive an updated agenda of upcoming trips and instant pricing.  Most packages are all inclusive, and most include stays in both Biloxi and New Orleans.   The Company's Biloxi/New Orleans travel page offers up to date information on upcoming bus trips.

Casino Odysseys:

For a lengthier and more robust experience,  Best Casino Tours , based out of Missouri, has 6 day/5 night trips that visit Tunica, Biloxi, and New Orleans .  Needless to say, the anchor of the trip is Biloxi, with three nights at the Beau Rivage.  Prices start at $425 per person and include $80 in casino cash and seven free buffets.

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