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Aria Bottle Service - Monte Carlo Credit

Discussion in 'MyVegas' started by HuskerBB, Oct 15, 2014.

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  1. HuskerBB

    HuskerBB Low-Roller

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    Have a trip booked for November that is mostly a guys trip - pure gambling trip for me. Planning to stay at Bally's on a comp as of now.

    Just got an email for an Aria offer that with a $79 room rate and a $100 resort credit (+ 2 for 1 Zarkana tickets). I went into the website and it looks like I could book it for one night which makes it a wash assuming I use the resort credit.

    Generally would say it is not worth the hassle - but I have never stayed at Aria and would not mind checking out a room there even just for a night. Main thing though is that it would open up the ability to use some MyVegas reward points as I really was struggling to find anything to use them for on this trip. One is the $10 freeplay (not a big deal obviously). Might get a couple buffet passes as well which are at least cheaper with a 1 night stay.

    But the main ones I am curious about are the bottle service or the $50 Monte Carlo dining credit.

    I am not really interested in the bottle service personally but the people I am going with might be as they are more into the bar/club scene than me. In terms of the bottle service I have seen conflicting reports on what you get. The T&C's say it is a bottle of Skyy vodka - but other messages refer to a $500 credit off their bottle service menu. Anyone used this recently who can give me a clear description of what you get? (What I want to do is describe this to the people I am with and see what they would be willing to pay for me to get this for them - as my plan would be to get them set up and then head back to the casino while they party in the club.)

    Second - is the Monte Carlo dining credit easier to get now since they added the stay requirement? I know it was difficult before but thinking there might be less demand now.
     
  2. SH0CK

    SH0CK Stylin' and Profilin' Quasi Tech Admin

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    Some recent reports were of a bottle of Grey Goose instead of Sky.

    http://www.vegasmessageboard.com/forums/showthread.php?112392-Bottle-Service-Rewards-at-Aria
     
  3. purdue07

    purdue07 Tourist

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    I did it the beginning of September - and it was a $500 credit. We used it for a bottle of Captain Morgan ($425), several Red Bulls, Bottles of Water, and a couple of mixed drinks. It was a really good use of my points. You tip $100 to start - and then can leave additional at the end if you want.
     
  4. Horatio Hufnagle

    Horatio Hufnagle Low-Roller

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    Did the bottle service last year. Got a bottle of grey goose and some shots with the 500. We hit the high limit tables inside and took em for another 1500 real quick. Good times. Well worth it. Very attentive service inside as well. I also have struggled to get the Monte Carlo 50 dollar credit. Got it once last year, and finally after about a couple dozen fails this year, got it today for my November trip. Taking it right to Brand again for the steak for 2.
     
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