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Cashing Sports Book Tickets at CET Properties

Discussion in 'The Sports Book' started by Sniff009, Apr 29, 2013.

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  1. Sniff009

    Sniff009 Low-Roller

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    Going to Vegas in a couple of weeks and I want to cash a sportsbook ticket which pushed from Harveys in Lake Tahoe. Can I take it and cash it at any CET location?

    Thanks in Advance.
     
  2. archie1959

    archie1959 Low-Roller

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    I do not think so.
    If you make a bet @ a certain casino they are the only ones that cas settle transaction.
    The back of the ticket should have an address mor mailing winnings.
    But it never hurts to ask!
     
  3. Grasp

    Grasp Low-Roller

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    I can't speak for CET, but most groups allow you to cash tickets at sister properties. For example, you can cash tickets from the Orleans at the Boyd properties downtown.
     
  4. VegasDave

    VegasDave Addicted

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    If you dont have time to mail it, try to do it in Vegas and let us know!
     
  5. stackinchips

    stackinchips High-Roller

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    I can't speak to your specific situation, but I do know that you can cash CET tickets among the LV casinos. For instance you can cash a Planet Hollywood ticket at Caesars. That makes me think that there's at least a chance that you can cash one from Tahoe in Vegas.
     
  6. Sniff009

    Sniff009 Low-Roller

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    Thanks everyone. I checked the back of the ticket and the mailing address is in Vegas anyway, so I don't see why not. I go May 17, so I will report back!
     
  7. Sniff009

    Sniff009 Low-Roller

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    Got back from my trip Tuesday and I was able to cash my Harvey's ticket at Paris. I can cash the ticket at any CET property since they are connected to each other. Thanks again everyone!
     
  8. chess

    chess VIP Whale

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    any CET property will cash another CET sports ticket...

    ive cashed numerous ones from Pho at Harrahs and Caesars
     
  9. zamboni

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    You can also fill out the back and mail it to them and they will mail you a check. I do suggest to mail it to them in a registered letter.
     
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    Good to know you can cash at any CET from another CET
     
  11. KingBBInLV

    KingBBInLV High-Roller

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    Good info to know about CET sportsbooks.

    I know you can't cash a ticket from the Hard Rock LV sportsbook at the Palms or M sportsbook even though they are all owned and operated by Cantor Gaming unless they have changed it in the last 6 months.
     
  12. dankyone

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    Yes, good to know and interesting. Bellagio will not cash an Aria ticket.
     
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