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how about use LP to stay in Palace Station?

Discussion in 'MyVegas' started by Zhe Zhang, Dec 8, 2014.

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  1. Zhe Zhang

    Zhe Zhang Tourist

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    I found a "1 night stay midweek" in palace station is very good because it doesn't count as 3/30 "MGM rewards", it count as "2 rewards from station casinoso", right? And palace station is not far away from the strip.

    So I can get 2 rewards in station casino system and 3 in MGM rewards system, Is this correct?

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    I have one more question: someone on internet says that the LP rewards will be different when they find your location is in vegas. So what rewards will be that? Do you have an idea?
     
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  2. lovetotravel

    lovetotravel Low-Roller

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    You can get more than 2 from the Palace Stations, you can only use 2 within 24 hrs. So, for a 3 day trip, you could use 6 at Station Casinos and 3 at MGM casinos 3/30.
     
  3. Zhe Zhang

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    Thank you, bro.

    I have one more question: someone on internet says that the LP rewards will be different when they find your location is in vegas. So what rewards will be that? Do you have an idea?
     
  4. dewey089

    dewey089 Guru of Value

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    If you go for the free tee shirt, check the gift shop before you have the voucher processed by the player's club to see if they have something you want. Once you process the redemption with the Player's Club, you only have 48 hours to use it. The shirts that are free are pretty bad, nothing like the photo. For an extra dollar I got a very nice shirt with the Palace Station logo. However, it was the last one in any XL size. They don't have the stock to cover the promotion. I also had to argue with the clerk about tax. She wanted me to pay tax on the whole purchase. I wanted to pay tax on just the dollar. I won.
    The free buffets were not good on Sunday. Again, we did not note that before processing the redemption with the Player's Club and they said nothing although we were processing it on a Sunday. The clerk at the buffet made a call and we were able to use it for the Sunday buffet by paying just the difference in price.
    I did not stay there, but if they still do MyVegas next year, I'm going to try that. I am curious what rooms are given. Their lowest priced rooms used to be very basic, but I'm not very fussy. Still, MLife gave me some amazing room at Mandalay Bay that racked at $375 the night I stayed there. And Planet Hollywood on those share with a friend coupons gave me the same sort of upscale room. Perhaps if they are using this as a promotion, Palace Station will promote by giving an upscale room.
    I did have a problem with MLife dropping out many of the room rewards after one visit. I heard they do limit us if they think we are local. I called them and they adjusted my offers back to what everyone else gets. They may have taken me for a local because my trip stay is 25 days long.
    Write and let us know what you experience if you stay in a room there.
     
  5. SH0CK

    SH0CK Stylin' and Profilin' Quasi Tech Admin

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    The rewards aren't different, they are extremely limited. I believe all of the hotel rewards are missing for locals (and being logged into MyVegas while in town shows you what rewards that locals are limited to using) along with the freeplay? Quite a few are "missing" if I'm not mistaken.
     
  6. fugsworth

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    That's correct-- when you are physically in Vegas, the rewards are dramatically limited and the ones that are available mostly require you to spend money (i.e. Buy one get one free, $X credit when you spend a minimum of $Y, etc.) The one exception that I can remember is single ride monorail tickets-- those are still available.
     
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