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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 Low-Roller

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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: )
     
    First time staying at the dirty bird. Reeeally hoping for an upgrade!
  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 Low-Roller

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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.
     
    First time staying at the dirty bird. Reeeally hoping for an upgrade!
  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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