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Beau Rivage Sweetheart Shopping

Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Hotels & Casinos' started by GVR, Feb 17, 2015.

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  1. GVR

    GVR Tourist

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    Has anyone been and what was it like. It looks like they give you vouchers with no $ value but some gifts require more than one voucher.

    Any info on previous visits would be appreciated.

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  2. Tellafriend

    Tellafriend High-Roller

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    Typically they have two kinds of shopping events at the Beau. One is in house for their stores, which generally sucks due to lack of choices. The other kind is less frequent, where they will bring in outside vendors to sell stuff, which is what this is. As I recall, they will give you vouchers to use for what you want. The products usually have a wide range from tents and camping gear to bedding to electronics. Some events have more choices than others. Regardless, this is the better of the two types of events. Two years ago they did this type for Christmas and it was great and I was able to pick up some good gifts. This year was back to their in house bullshit.
     
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    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    They are fun. Items are way overpriced stuff though.
     
  4. GVR

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    Thanks, Tellafriend and nostresshere. I'm glad it sounds like a wide variety of products. I live in Dallas, so it's a bit of a trip for me and I am not sure how much my offer is really worth. On MLife, it shows I am to receive 11 vouchers that are worth $1,100.

    I am guessing that pricing is full retail, so a $35 polo golf shirt that they stick a Beau logo on becomes $75 and you'd have to use one voucher on it, which doesn't sound like a great deal. If they have a blender that retails normally for $149, they keep the full price sticker of $199 on it and you'd have to use 2 vouchers. I'd still call that a decent deal since I'd be getting a $149 blender for $200 worth of comps (75% of value). All in all, if they are offering 1,100 in comps and I can get $750 worth of stuff, that'd be pretty cool.

    Am I close? Do you have any examples of pricing / voucher redemption? Thanks again!!
     
  5. Tellafriend

    Tellafriend High-Roller

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    Your analysis is pretty accurate. For $1100 it would be worth the trip plus you can still get your monthly freeplay.
     
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