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Grazie - Any way to share account with spouse?

Discussion in 'Comps' started by Austehn, Jul 6, 2016.

  1. Austehn

    Austehn Tourist

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    Hi everyone,

    Relying on the board's collective expertise on whether or not there is any way to have my spouse and I play on the same account. We always go to Vegas together, so there's really no need for both of us to have a V/P Grazie account. Currently, my account is the one that is getting offers, so on our next trip, we would like to play together.

    V/P's site says that you can't open a joint account, but has anyone had experience with just getting a couple of cards for the same account and we each play on one? Obviously, this is just for slots, as I understand table gaming is different.

    Thanks!
     
  2. hawki39

    hawki39 Low-Roller

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    Last year, while at the Four Queens, my wife and I were on a single account. This year, again at the Four Queens we were not allowed to get on the same card and had to open two accounts. I am not sure if other casinos are doing the same thing.
     
  3. Snidely

    Snidely VIP Whale

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    Get a duplicate card and have your wife play on it at the machines. Every casino I've been in allows duplicate cards at machines. Haven't played a lot of table games but the few times we tried with duplicate cards, they didn't allow it..
     
  4. Hogman

    Hogman VIP Whale

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    On my last trip to V/P my host suggested that I let my wife play on my card and that is what we did. I play table games she plays slots.
     
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  5. Austehn

    Austehn Tourist

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    Awesome, thanks for all the responses! Hogman, do you know if we could both play slots together using two separate cards (but same account)?
     
  6. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Yes, that is what the others are suggesting. You can have multiple cards and be playing at the same time. In fact, you can play two or more machines at once yourself if you want to. Though some fine print in some players club might not allow this, it is common. You do NOT need to set up separate accounts. She can have an account, but just use your card.
     
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  7. Austehn

    Austehn Tourist

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    Perfect, exactly what we were wondering. Thank you all, again, for the quick help. I've learned so much from this board, even just normally being a passive digester of posts. =)
     
  8. Its Only Money

    Its Only Money Low-Roller

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    If you both play off the same buy-in they should rate you together. MLife always does for me. I am mainly a craps player and my wife will play the sucker bets in the middle while I'm playing and only play a pass line if she wants to shoot and the dice come to her. They have always counted her action with mine.
     
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