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72 Hour Rule!!

Discussion in 'Comps' started by browningclay, Jan 17, 2014.

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  1. browningclay

    browningclay Newbie

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    Okay guys,

    I was well unaware of this 72 hour rule until reading some fine print yesterday... So i received offers for 2 nights and 125 F&B to a few different hotels... Well a month ago I booked a 2 night stay at the Mirage, Bellagio, and Mandalay Bay... All back to back... My question is, since i was able to book these, will they honor them? When i booked the last two they saw the other comp nights i had booked and did not say a word about that i couldnt do this!
     
  2. hillwood24

    hillwood24 High-Roller

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    They will not honor them if all were booked through Mlife.
     
  3. browningclay

    browningclay Newbie

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    Im glad i finally read the fine print!! I wish they would tell you that as you booked them... So is it 72 hours from the time you check out?
     
  4. CaliMike

    CaliMike Low-Roller

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    Well I have done this before a while back when they said it had to be a 72 hour window in between stays. When I have called to make the second reservation sometimes they would tell me that I cannot book because of the other reservation. Other times they let me make the reservation for the second hotel. I don't know if they saw my first in the computer or not. When they let me book they gave me the confirmation number and I had no problems checking in to my room. The only problem you might have would be the $125 F&B. You might only get to use that at the first hotel you check into.
     
  5. paperposter

    paperposter VIP Whale

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    it shows up thru you players number
     
  6. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Usually, you can book an offer at Mlife. And then get a ROOM ONLY as well.

    Very rare that anyone has said you can get real offers with other stuff back to back.
     
  7. ChickenBone Jones

    ChickenBone Jones Low-Roller

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    Nostress is spot on. You will get the room at each place, but will only get your freeplay or F&B at the first place.
     
  8. gmille58

    gmille58 Low-Roller

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    Linked accounts?

    My wife's account and my account through Mlife are linked. She plays slots so we have always used her offers, which are better than mine, as she gets resort credit, free play, etc. In fact we haven't booked anything in the last couple of years using my account as the booking account. If we were to go longer than three nights, booking her offer first, and then booking a room at a different hotel under my offers, would they refuse to honor a second room offer?
     
  9. pressitagain

    pressitagain Low-Roller

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    From my recent booking. The answer is: no deal. I had a corporate offer and my wife had an mlife offer. When I called to book, everything was fine. Two minutes later they called and said that the system no longer allows the same account to book within 72 hours. So I took the corporate offer (which was better) and bought the extra 3 nights.

    When we get to Vegas the first thing we are doing is unlinking the account.
     
  10. weluvvegas

    weluvvegas Vegas Slot Junkie

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    A while back, I booked a comp through MLife for 2 nights at Mirage and then one night at Aria. I didn't have any issues with them at all and was able to use both back to back. Just like most things with MLife, there is no consistency and nothing ever makes sense.
     
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  11. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Again, there is a difference between just getting rooms, and getting other stuff.

    Rooms can be done. Getting FP/Food/Tickets etc more than once in a trip is another thing.
     
  12. weluvvegas

    weluvvegas Vegas Slot Junkie

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    The Mirage room came with FP, the Aria room came with resort credits...if that helps, they were both corporate offers.
     
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