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Ellis Island Steak Special no longer includes beer?

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by Nevyn, Oct 29, 2015.

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  1. Nevyn

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    I don't suspect they will lose much business over it. Times are tough for the smaller casinos, gotta do what you gotta do. I know that will be my first nights dinner place, king cut prime rib meal.
     
  3. gradytripp

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    That's too bad, but it remains a good deal. That was a large beer they were including with that special.

    Drink service on the floor at EI has been good, in my experience. I wonder if one could just get a comped beer playing VP or BJ, then bring it in to dinner? (I sort of assume you could.)
     
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    tringlomane STP Addicted Beer Snob

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    Also, LVA claims it's $7.99 again. It wasn't $7.99 when I went last time in Feb.. I thought it was $8.99 with the player's card. Still worth it, imo.
     
  5. zignerlv

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    That probably is the players card rate, but you have to play $5 through slots/VP and then print out a voucher at the kiosk to get it at 7.99 price.
     
  6. TheNewUnion

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    Was there last week and we were charged for beers. Oddly, the server said something like "oh, I forgot to get your beers" (we'd walked in with beers from the lounge) took our order etc, then they were on the bill.

    Not bothered really, as it's still a great deal. Seemed like it had just changed though.
     
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    We did do that. I thought it lowered it from $9.99 to $8.99. I easily could be mistaken though.
     
  8. zignerlv

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    ELLIS Island made some changes to its menu, as well as in the requirement for getting the 24/7 steak dinner at the lowest price. The base price on the steak has been raised by $1 to $12.99, but everyone can swipe a players card to get a $3 discount to $9.99. You used to be able to lower the price to $7.99 by playing $1 in a machine, however, that requirement has been raised to $5
     
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    We've done that before ....grab one at the bar and proceed into supper. No qualms from our server. Still an awesome deal though
     
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    I did it in the past, but not the last time.
     
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    He may of thought he served you the beers! Was it busy?
     
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