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Any way to keep M Life points alive?

Discussion in 'Comps' started by gnd, Sep 18, 2014.

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  1. gnd

    gnd Tourist

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    This is going to be the first time in 9 years that I will not be going to Las Vegas. Is there any way to keep my points alive for another year? There is not a casino near me, and I do not have anyone going to Vegas to play on my card. I play MyVegas all the time, but I don't believe that those points can be rolled over to my M Life account. Any ideas???

    Thank you
     
  2. brit2vegas

    brit2vegas Tourist

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    As far as I know, the only way is to use your card at an Mlife property, ie spend in the resort or Casino. I asked Mlife the same question a few weeks ago and was told that even if I reserved show tickets or booked a room, my points wouldn`t show up until I handed over my mlife card to check in/collect tickets.:thumbsdown:
     
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  3. deadeyefive

    deadeyefive Tourist

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    I'm going next month. You could always send me your card and $5. I'd be happy to put it in a machine for you.
     
  4. stiles525

    stiles525 Tourist

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    Is it
    possible to shop online ... or maybe buy a hotel gift card (if you know you will be going before it expires)using your players card #? I have no idea if possible just a thought :)
     
  5. JosieCat

    JosieCat VIP Whale

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    I don't think that will do it. According to the web-site - in order to not lose your EC's and I assume points would be the same, it says:

    Express Comps will not expire as long as you play on your M life account every 12 months.


    A purchase doesn't increase your EC's or your points - just your tier credits.
     
  6. Ty

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  7. Peachiekeehn

    Peachiekeehn High-Roller

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    Just remember that having someone play $5 on your card will mess with your ADT and could affect future offers. If it's not that many points I'd probably just let them expire rather than risking future offers.
     
  8. heatherlovesvegas

    heatherlovesvegas VIP Whale

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    Well, regardless you will reset to zero on 10/1 like everyone else... what would be the point? Unless you were super close to hitting the next tier... or you have a TON of unused express credits...
     
  9. gnd

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    Thanks all. Not going to worry about it. Not worth it
     
  10. Hogman

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    The tier credits reset on 10/1 every year.
     
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  11. sindustry

    sindustry VIP Whale

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    actually, were you wanting to maintain tier credits or reward credits. Tier credits will reset on 10/1, no matter what, as others have said. However, i believe reward credits will stay active as long as you have had activity on your card within 12 months since the last time you used your card.
     
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