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How do dining credits work at Gold Coast?

Discussion in 'Comps' started by TIMSPEED, Nov 7, 2013.

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  1. TIMSPEED

    TIMSPEED !địt mẹ!

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    So I got an offer from GoldCoast, and it says $10 per day dining credit, up to 2 days...
    In the fine print it says I have to charge the food to my room, and they take it off on the backend...
    So, if I just went and had a $20 dinner the first night, would that work, or do I need to use exactly $10 per day?
     
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    nuggetboy Low-Roller

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    You only get $10 each day.
    If you charge $20 day 1 and $0 on day 2, you will be billed $10.

    You need to spend at least $10 each day to get the full benefit.

    I have the same offer( get it several times over the year) and will be there in December.
     
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    Thanks for clearing that up...guess I'll be eating a few meals there then! Lol
     
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    Before you check out read your hotel bill on the tv. My food credit didn,t show up and i had to go to the front desk to get them to fix.
     
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    nuggetboy Low-Roller

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    If you did any decent amount of gambling during your stay, also ask the front desk to call a host when you check out to see if they will comp anything. I never did this my first 5-6 stays but have done it the last 3. 2 out of 3 times they wiped out my entire bill. And no, I do not have a large bankroll.
    I play $10 blackjack and some video poker.
     
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