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I am sooooooo ready for this one!

Discussion in 'Vegas Trip Reports' started by PokerrNutt, Oct 26, 2008.

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  1. PokerrNutt

    PokerrNutt High-Roller

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    My Trip Report

    I am finally totally booked!!! And now I'm ready to go! Everything has worked out so incredibly well in the past few weeks - almost like there's a force that wants me in Vegas!! LOL!! I know it sounds hokey, but, I can feel a big win coming on this one!

    Flying out in AirTran - WPB - LAS - $220 RT.

    Using ALAMO - $136 with tax included - I'm gettting the insurance too, so it will be $276 total price for a week.

    Anyway - I'm staying in a couple places that I've never stayed - just for something different -

    11/4-11/5 - Railroad Pass on Boulder Highway - $39 for one night.


    11/5-11/9 - Colorado Belle in Laughlin - $128 for 4 nights (splitting w/ my friend - $64).


    11/9-11/11 - Binion's - $27 for two nights (splitting w/ my friend - $13.50).


    I'm already feeling like I'm winning!!! :wave:

    Now, the agonizing waiting game continues....:grrr:
     
  2. vegolfer

    vegolfer Tourist

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    Hey you, Have fun and i hope your right about a big win.
    Ijust got back a week and half ago and already have 3 more booked(Dec., Mar.,and May)
     
  3. Blondie76

    Blondie76 Low-Roller

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    Have a fun and Winning trip!
     
  4. Echo27

    Echo27 Low-Roller

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    Have fun, and win win win!
     
  5. Dracula

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    If you have full coverage insurance on your vehicle most Insurance Companies will cover your rental car as well...I originally asked for insurance for my rental car and then "what the Hell, I'll call my insurance and see if I am covered", sure enough they assured me that I did not need to purchase insurance from the rental company. Just a FYI...anyways, Good luck and have a fun and safe trip.
     
  6. Dracula

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    Oops...looks like this was already covered in the "Anger at Alamo" thread, didn't see it until after I posted that:blink:
     
  7. neonmama

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    anger at Dollar

    It was anger at Dollar. I also have a rental scheduled with Alamo- this will be first time I haven't used Dollar-
     
  8. Dracula

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    LOL...I just can't stop screwing up tonight, must be my excitement of being there in less then a week :woohoo:
     
  9. Gregg19

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    Have a great trip Pokerrnutt, and post a trip report when you return
     
  10. PokerrNutt

    PokerrNutt High-Roller

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    Thanks Dracula for the info - I did check my insurance company - and they told me that the rental cars were not covered....oh well!
     
  11. sarah9nascar

    sarah9nascar VIP Whale

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    My car insurance says it is covered for a rental car but I always worry that if something did happen and my insurance paid, how much would they go up for the rest of my life? We did have a wreck one time in an Avis car but had the insurance and there was no problem.
     
  12. Blondie76

    Blondie76 Low-Roller

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    If you use a credit card don't you often have coverage with that? Maybe check that out.
     
  13. PokerrNutt

    PokerrNutt High-Roller

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    Last April - I did check that out - and the rep did tell me that it was covered. But when I checked the coverage, it looked like it was only a supplemental. I went without the car rental insurance - just relying on the credit card insurance, but always had it in the back of my mind that I don't think I'm fully covered with that....this time, I'd like a little peace of mind.
     
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