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Do free rooms at LV translate to free rooms at AC?

Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Hotels & Casinos' started by LV_Bound, Apr 6, 2013.

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  1. LV_Bound

    LV_Bound VIP Whale

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    Lets say you only visited Las Vegas where you get 3-4 night free room offers for Ballys and Caesars.
    Now you may be making a visit to NJ and think a trip to Atlantic City may be possible. Is it possible to get just 1 or 2 nights free in AC based on your play at LV?

    If so who would you talk to? Your host in LV to make AC arrangements?
    Call the Ballys or Caesars host and ask for them to view your LV play?

    Are they ask generous in AC with free rooms as they are in LV?
     
  2. atom

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    It is possible, just log in to Total Rewards and check your calendar in AC. I got comp rooms at the Showboat on my first trip o AC due i play in Vegas. YMMV. Good luck!
     
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    Didn't think of that and just checked.....
    I have 300 Vegas offers and 0 AC offers.

    The only non-Vegas offers listed is 1 for Harrahs at Tunica and 1 for Harrah's Laughlin.
     
  4. jerseyguy

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    Try going back into Total Rewards again

    Log in and go into reservations on the top. Then just follow the menus, put in AC,all casinos ,Calendar,if you have a companion with a card enter them also .
    I dont have a host anywhere and they give us all the free rooms during the week we want in AC.
     
  5. ant1433

    ant1433 Low-Roller

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    I agree that yes you should log in and try. Also if that doesn't work call the 800 number on the back of the players card and ask for a new reservation. They can also check with marketing while you are on the line with them. That has worked for me in the past.

    If you haven't been there and the beach is no big deal try Harrahs. It is the nicest, just not on the beach and really near anything(except the Borgata which is worth a visit). For the out lets, boardwalk etc try Caesars or Ballys(the outlets are easy walking distance from Caesars/Ballys and safe).

    If you are Diamond there shouldn't be a problem.
     
  6. Joe Strummer

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    I got offers from AC due to my Boyd property play while
    in Vegas.
    However, it came thru "marketing" NOT "rewards".
    When I called the hotel in AC --
    they were unaware of my offer.
    I had to speak to "marketing".
     
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    Yes, Boyd is half owner if the Borgata, but the player's club is separate. Another possibility: if you have a relationship with Golden Nugget downtown, they took over the old Trump Marina and I'm pretty sure they share the same player's club.
     
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