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Just received a Wynn offer in the mail

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Bluskies, Dec 31, 2014.

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  1. Bluskies

    Bluskies Low-Roller

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    Came in today's regular mail, and it is odd for me to get something from Wynn because I don't think I have even stepped inside their hotel. Anyway, it sounds like a good offer and wanted to see what you think...

    2 nights stay starting from $299 (the "starting at" are probably the key words here) in a 640 sq ft Deluxe resort room, plus complimentary upgrade to Resort Suite King at Encore.
    upon availability

    2 comp tickets to Le Reve

    1 comp breakfast or Lunch for two at the Buffet.

    The dates are for select dates (again "select dates" is probably key here) from Jan 9 through July 30, 2015.

    Opinions? Never stayed at the Wynn.
     
  2. suebee

    suebee Low-Roller

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    I've never had a mail offer form the Wynn but my usual email offer ranges between (starting at) $99 - $149 plus lunch buffet for two and the same Encore upgrade. I've never stayed there and have only played penny slots (maybe a couple hundred dollars over the years, so nothing really). I've been getting this level of offer for at least 4 years now and I'm actually going to book it later this year for my Week at the Wynn (but I'll still play pennies! :D).

    Hope that helps for offer comparison purposes.
     
  3. thecarve

    thecarve Misanthrope

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    Like you said, "starting at/select dates" is key. If you can get those rates + the freebees (assuming you'll use them) on dates that are good for you, then it's a great offer. You won't find Wynncore for much lower than $150/night very often (assuming you haven't gambled there) - not to mention with the show tickets and buffet thrown in. But if the rates are jacked up for the nights you are able to get to Vegas then it doesn't really matter. Does it?

    I hope it works out for you. :beer: I'm an unabashed Wynn-phile and would recommend either place to just about anyone. So if you can score a deal, I say go for it. The location might not be ideal if casino-hopping is your favorite Vegas activity. And everything is going to cost a bit more than it will elsewhere (though not so much that it would shock anyone who's paid strip prices before). But the rooms are beautiful and comfortable, the casinos, bars and restaurants are great and the culture of top notch customer service they've created is the best you'll find in any of the mega-resorts in town. At least in my (occasionally) humble opinion.
     
  4. waverunner

    waverunner BBHMM

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    Sounds like a Wynn-Win deal. Never stayed there but always spend time at Steve's properties. If i were you i'd wait till the pools open to get the full benefits the Wynn can offer you. Also, i would choose Lunch instead of Breakfast, more choices, more variety with a full menu.
     
  5. Bluskies

    Bluskies Low-Roller

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    One thing that I think would hold me back is that I would be traveling solo. Not as great a deal when I would only use 1 ticket and be only one person at the Buffet.
     
  6. petp13

    petp13 Low-Roller

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    If its two nights TOTAL for 299, especially if any spring/summer weekends are included, then thats a pretty decent offer if youve never stayed there.
     
  7. VegasGroove

    VegasGroove VIP Whale

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    I used this exact offer in November for my Mom's birthday. She was upgraded to a King Suite at Encore, we used the Le Reve tickets for her birthday night, but never used the buffets.

    Like you, I hadn't been in Wynn since it opened and I had never been in Encore. I would still get offers, but wasn't interested in staying. I often wondered why I stayed on their mailing list so long without any play.
     
  8. Sam in Ut

    Sam in Ut High-Roller

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    Well, at least everyone's getting some free offers.... my only mail from the Wynn is a beautiful expensive 4 layer booklet with the future slot tournaments information. Nothing free, just some supposedly discounted rooms but that's it. Understood, I've only spent minimal time there last year so I didn't expect anything but it's still nice to see they haven't forgot me..lol
     
  9. DaiLun

    DaiLun R.C., L.C., and A.A.N.G.

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    That's the standard offer for "non-players". Once you get on the "player's list", you'll start getting free room Su-Th and $129 a night Fr-Sa, and as your play goes up, the offers will increase from there.

    I've been getting the "player's list" offers for 2-3 years and the only reason I haven't taken them up was because Wynn/Encore are extremely tough places to play.

    I broke my "Wynn" cherry this last trip, but hitting a $1500 jackpot when you're already $1900 down isn't my idea of a good time.

    However, the good thing is . . . since you are paying for the room, IMHO, you don't really have an obligation to play . . .
     
  10. heatherlovesvegas

    heatherlovesvegas VIP Whale

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    Yea, I've gotten offers similar to that.

    Enjoy two nights in a Wynn Deluxe Resort room at the following rates:
    from $129 per night Sunday through Thursday
    from $219 per night Friday and Saturday
    and enjoy a complimentary third night Sunday through Thursday plus $200 in FREECREDIT.

    Even at that price, it's still REALLY expensive. Friday and Saturday, $219.. plus tax and resort fee that's over $600 for 2 nights. I can't justify it. Especially when you can get something really nice, for $100 or less.
     
  11. LoveVeGa

    LoveVeGa Tourist

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    Got exactly same offer as yours. Stayed at Encore once and loved it. The dealers and cocktails girls wewe nice and friendly.
    If I stay 2 nights and get 3rd night free on weekdays(129 + resort fees/day) total 450 minus 200 free credit, it will be less than $100 a day.

    I will take that and have agreat time
     
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