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  1. daubbermom

    daubbermom Tourist

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    I purchased the ACG for the coupons. Is it okay to cut out all the coupons before and store them in my purse or are they like the Entertainment book and have to be removed at the time of use?
     
  2. Natural21

    Natural21 Low-Roller

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    I always cut them out. No problem.
    Good luck. :beer::beer:
     
  3. Unimik1

    Unimik1 Tourist

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    That is what we have always done. Just be sure to carry around that "member" card too. Never had an issue.
     
  4. daubbermom

    daubbermom Tourist

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    Okay thanks:beer:
     
  5. BarelyHangingOn

    BarelyHangingOn Low-Roller

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    A member on the forum was nice enough to mail me a few of their coupons that were unused. We used them no problem.
     
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  6. cokeboy99

    cokeboy99 Tourist

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    Is there enough value in this magazine if I'm specifically looking at matchplay and freeplay on the strip and downtown?
     
  7. npom

    npom High-Roller

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    Plenty of value. The book can be purchased for less than $15 and you can even trade on here with other members for coupons you may want more than one of. Las Vegas Advisor also has a very good coupon book available.
     
  8. roycpa

    roycpa Low-Roller

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    Not much on the strip, as I recall, but plenty of value for downtown.
     
  9. zoey11

    zoey11 Low-Roller

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    I lost my membership card on the last trip, and going again in two weeks with some left over coupons. Do they always ask for the
    card? I don't remember them asking the last trip, but think I showed it with the coupon.
    If anyone has a card left over, I would love to have one just to be sure. :nworthy:
     
  10. epWick

    epWick Tourist

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    You could get another book. I think I remember them checking for the card.
     
  11. vwhiten

    vwhiten High-Roller

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    I have only been asked once for the card in several years -- but you never know.
     
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  12. smerrian

    smerrian Low-Roller

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    I usually find one or two places that ask for the card. Rare to have them ask...very rare.
     
  13. eksantirik

    eksantirik Low-Roller

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    Ellis Island always asked for the membership card. I don't remember anyone else asking.
     
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