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El Cortez - Siegels 1941

Discussion in 'Downtown Hotels & Casinos' started by ValerieJo, Aug 19, 2015.

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  1. ValerieJo

    ValerieJo Low-Roller

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    I was looking through several places to eat downtown and I noticed that Siegel's 1941 has 50% off on Wednesday for 50+. I was looking at the menu and it states there is a special menu for the 50% off, 50+ customers.

    Does anyone know what the menu is? Is it not their regular dinner menu?

    Any info would be appreciated.
     
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    It's a few items off the regular menu(2 or 3 selections from breakfast/lunch/dinner), so you cant get anything you want but you can find something to eat at each meal.
     
  3. CtheWorld

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    They did this at the cafe while Siegal's (The Flame) was being renovated.

    I ate a meal there and when I paid my bill I saw they had (without my asking) given me the 50% off 50+ discount.

    As I'm not yet 50, getting a discount had never been so depressing.
     
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    ouch :)
     
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    I was in my mid 40's when AARP started sending me stuff. After a couple of months of being bombarded from them I finally called them and mentioned that I wasn't 50 yet so best if they don't send me stuff until I made 50. Even though I'm in my mid 50's they haven't bother me since but now that I consider myself a "bluehair" I'm always on the lookout for discounts. Vegas is great for that because they consider seniors to be age 50 and above (unlike many other places that consider 65 to be a senior citizen).
     
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    The day of my 50th birthday, I received the AARP mailer. I joined. The amount of snail mail they send is manageable and we have used the card for a couple of hotel reservation discounts. I recently renewed for another ~7-8 years and the price at the time, I thought was reasonable, but I can't tell you how much I paid.
     
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