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If I'm not staying at the property, can I use their FP?

Discussion in 'MyVegas' started by Kjbeyer, Dec 10, 2015.

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  1. Kjbeyer

    Kjbeyer Newbie

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    Have about 300k+ lp and am headed to Vegas this weekend. Wanted to use the 50 Bellagio and 50 Aria fp.. Seems that most of these offers require me staying on property, I will be staying at a CET propert.. Is this true ?
     
  2. thimus

    thimus Tourist

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    All of the ones I've seen require you to stay at least one night at the property. Just click on them to see. It clearly states the requirements.
     
  3. bardolator

    bardolator Lifelong Low Roller

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    I know people who have booked multiple offers and have taken advantage of promotions without physically staying at a place, but they did it on regular comps, not MyVegas LP's.
     
  4. sarah9nascar

    sarah9nascar VIP Whale

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    I know Aria's says 1 night for $10, 2 nights for $25 and 3 nights for $50.
     
  5. Matty Ice

    Matty Ice Low-Roller

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    The $50 Free Play reward states "Minimum three night stay is required in order to be eligible to redeem."
     
  6. soxfan70

    soxfan70 Tourist

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    Just back from 4 night stay at Aria Sky Suites - I can confirm that the MLife desk confirmed that we were staying at the property before activating the $50 Free play.
     
  7. fugsworth

    fugsworth Tourist

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    Yup, and they're sticklers about it-- keep in mind that third-party bookings (Orbitz, Expedia, etc.) do not satisfy the requirement. Comp rooms, whether from MyVegas or the casino directly, are okay.
     
  8. willywilkes

    willywilkes Low-Roller

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    Comp rooms aren't okay at Mandalay Bay. AFAIK they're the only one with that restriction but it's right in the fine print for them. I assume that an mlife offer that is just a discounted right is okay but not sure about that.
     
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