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Just got this mailer: Comp Dining = Silver/Gold Card?

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  1. TIMSPEED

    TIMSPEED !địt mẹ!

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    Anyone ever see this (For Boyd; more specifically Sam's Town)...I've gotten one before, with "Complimentary Dining" written on it...
    Does that mean a "Silver/Gold Card" ?
     

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  2. oldschoolvegas

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    The other side...
    Says:
    This offer is non-transferrable, based on availability and cannot be used in tandem or in conjunction with any other offer. Must be a registered hotel guest to redeem, a credit card and valid ID are required upon check-in. Managedmant reserves all rights. All complimentary offers are based on gaming activity on your B Connected account. Offers may be adjusted, removed, or cancelled if activity level is not maintained. Complete rules will be available at Check-in. In addition to the free entries included in this offer, you can earn more by blah blah blah. *Base points exceeding 10,000 per day on Video Poker are not available for promotional point multipliers.
     

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    Yes, I got it yesterday, but I don't play at Sam's Town unless I want to kill time away from the Strip or Downtown. They have one Silver Strike machine.
     
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    Call them
     
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    I would guess no to silver or gold card
    code for my wife's offer is I5CARSG for $15 in slot dollars or I5CARTG (table bets); 3 nights accommodations, etc.
    my code is I5CARSD for $100 slot dollars or I5CARTD (table bets); 5 nights accommodations, etc.
    my experience with gold card (or silver) offers is they have always been for up to 5 nights
    both mailers, however, do say 'complimentary dining'
    hard to imagine, though, that would apply to every restaurant at st
     
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    Does anyone have any updated information about this "complimentary dining?" Anyone call yet?

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    Okay, I called, and the dining amout on the I5CARSG offer is $15. (Same as the FSP.)

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    Thanks for that!
    That's a joke though, to say "Complimentary Dining" then it's REALLY only a $15 dining credit..why not just put "$15 dining credit" :rolleyes2:
     
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    Just win the Hyundai Elantra. I thought that was what you was going to buy the new Wife.

    TIMSPEED. Happy wife Happy LIFE....
     
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    That's debatable, lol...take $6000 to win it, and it'd still be a $10k discount, hahahaha.
     
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