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Argghh to many decisons

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by bswim, Mar 12, 2013.

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  1. bswim

    bswim High-Roller

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    Which I guess having so many options is a good thing. lol

    I had originally booked Fri, Sat, Sun, Mon nights (April 19-23) at Monte Carlo (high floor strip view). I managed to snag the Mandalay Bay 2 night suite deal on myVegas so cut MC back to Fri and Sat.

    My original MC room was about $550 for 4 nights, it's now down around $300 or so. BUT, I could book the MB suite Fri and Sat for about $600.

    So..........I spend $50 more than originally planned and stay in a nice suite and one location or I pocket the money and spend it on food and drinks and stay in 2 places, although I'd get to see 2 properties this way..........
     
  2. Nevyn

    Nevyn VIP Whale

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    I'd pocket the money and stay at two properties.

    But then again, I am heavily biased against spending money on rooms, and love checking out new places, and don't mind moving.
     
  3. bswim

    bswim High-Roller

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    that's kind of what I'm leaning towards, it's not like it's a choice between Circus Circus and a MB suite, LOL.
     
  4. Viva Las Vegas

    Viva Las Vegas Ramblin' Gamblin' Man

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    The one factor to determine if saving money is worth it is the time and expense involved in moving / checking in twice / waiting for a room to be available during a short trip.

    I typically stay at three or four casinos during a ten day - two week trip.

    I'll stay three - five nights for each stage except for two factors:

    1. Fly in evening, I'll stay at a hotel one night and not unpack until I go to my first stay. I've done that for Hooters, Casino Royale and will do it to check The Quad off of my list.

    2. Two night full comp (I won't bother with a one night comp offer - MILFe is the only company I ever receive one day offers from).

    The room rates quoted ($150/night Monte Carlo standard room :eek:) indicate increased demand & room rates, making it clear any low or mid level player MGM comp offers are going boys, and they ain't coming back.......

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