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Freeplay Question

Discussion in 'MyVegas' started by WHISKERY, May 11, 2015.

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  1. WHISKERY

    WHISKERY Newbie

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    Gonna be at the Mirage for 5 nights coming up here in a few days. Want to purchase the $25 freeplay but the room I'm staying in is under my brothers name. I know you have to be a hotel guest to redeem the freeplay. Will this be a problem if the room is not in my name? Thanks.
     
  2. VeddaLasVegas

    VeddaLasVegas Low-Roller

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    Your brother can add you to his room as a guest. My husband always adds me so I am able to charge to the room. When they check the room number, your name will be listed also. I would think this would work for redeeming your rewards.
     
  3. fugsworth

    fugsworth Tourist

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    Yeah, your brother just needs to add you to the room when checking in-- then you'll be able to use any of the rewards that require a hotel stay. (Personal experience, not just speculation :thumbsup: )
     
  4. QIKFIX

    QIKFIX Low-Roller

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    Would you be able to have 3 people on the room or would they want to charge an extra fee for the third person for accommodation?

    (trying to maximise MyVegas comps)

    MS
     
  5. fugsworth

    fugsworth Tourist

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    In that case, you might get hit with an extra fee. I know most employees don't really care how many people stay in a room (as long as you don't trash the place), but if you have a third person on the books they might have no choice but to charge you.
     
  6. Superpocky

    Superpocky VIP Whale

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    I've had three adults registered to a standard room before and was not charged a third person fee, but this was at the Aria, so cannot be sure about the Mirage. It might have been because the room was 2 doubles instead of 1 king?

    Based on my experience though, this is really a hit or miss, some casinos/check-in clerks will care, but most don't seem to care much as long as it's less than 4.
     
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