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M Life Corporate Summer Offer - E-mail???

Discussion in 'Comps' started by JosieCat, Jun 26, 2012.

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  1. JosieCat

    JosieCat VIP Whale

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    Has anyone gotten the corresponding e-mail that usually goes with M Life's corporate offers. This was always how I checked what tier number they had me at (within the link to each offer you could see this). Many of my offers seem to have a 47 behind them now - so apparently I've gone from tier 8 to tier 47 :)
     
  2. smac

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    No, I haven't received it yet either. I've had the offer for over a week or so but still no email. I'm waiting to check my tier level as well!
     
  3. shifter

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    when i click on the summer offer and then one of the hotels the URL in the browser has this in it:

    momentKey=Corpsummer2012T1

    look for that and see what comes after "T" and that should be your tier.

    also in the offer details it says:

    •Offer Code: CSUMT1
     
  4. JosieCat

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    Strange. I am not a T anymore. Shifter, where you are T1, I am an S47. I was tier 8 for spring. Not exactly sure what that means.
     
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    shifter Degenerate Gambler

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    T is for tables, S is for slots. i don't know if 47 is the tier or what, but they don't usually have that many.
     
  6. JosieCat

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    Well about the only thing I can think of is that they REALLY broke it down into the nitty gritty details. Before your tier didn't control your free play amount. We could both be tier 8, and yet have different free play amounts. Maybe now each S level is very specific. Who knows.
     
  7. Bruinfan1

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    I'm gonna regret this question...but probably less than the people who respond regret answering it. :evillaugh

    Given the variance in MLife benefits and offers when compared to play, tiers, tier credits, express comps, and solar flare activity; is this "Tier Number" an indicator of your "true status" w/ MGM? Or is it just another random number used to further confuse their hurting web site?

    (Most of my offers were "1", suggesting that they know I'm a low roller? But one offer mentioned in a previous thread was "6", which sounds good to me. Is it? Medium-roller? Clearly 47 is reserved for the awesomest people. My nickname at a former job was "Level 23 support", so I know just how awesome tier 47 is. :wink2:)
     
  8. JosieCat

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    I am pretty sure that tier 47 is the best. :wink2: With that said, I do think it is your true status with M Life, not necessarily with the individual properties though. But it's damn hard to keep track of, as they keep changing what they represent. I don't know why I care. I think it's a sickness.
     
  9. Debh

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    CSUMS61 is what my offer code now says.

    Its just a little hard to understand how I gamble more but I am considered a lower level of gambler.
     
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    I checked and mine shows S43 and my offer was:

    $350 in FREEPLAY®
    Complimentary Suite for 3 nights
    $200 Food and beverage credit
    2-for-1 Tickets to any MGM Resorts show
    Offer Code: CPQ203S(43) - 12

    I played with the link going up and down. Here is S42:

    $350 in FREEPLAY®
    Complimentary Suite for 3 nights
    $300 Food and beverage credit
    2-for-1 Tickets to any MGM Resorts show
    Offer Code: CXS2042
    Offer valid 7/1 - 9/30

    Heres S19:

    $600 in FREEPLAY®
    Complimentary Suite for 3 nights
    $300 Food and beverage credit
    2-for-1 Tickets to any MGM Resorts show
    Offer Code: CXS2019
    Offer valid 7/1 - 9/30

    S10:

    $800 in FREEPLAY®
    Complimentary Suite for 3 nights
    $400 Food and beverage credit
    2-for-1 Tickets to any MGM Resorts show
    Offer Code: CXS2010
    Offer valid 7/1 - 9/30

    And for the elite slot player S1:

    $1,500 in FREEPLAY®
    Complimentary Suite for 3 nights
    Complimentary food and beverage for 2
    2 Complimentary tickets to any MGM Resorts show
    Offer Code: CXS2001
    Offer valid 7/1 - 9/30
     
  11. JosieCat

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    Deb, it's not just your play that affects your offers. You go quite often and have basically said that every time you go, your host upgrades you to 5 nights in a panoramic corner suite - I would suspect that's why your offers aren't better - you are using up all your comps on the room. Have you priced one lately? 5 nights in one is over $2,000. Not only are you getting 2 extra nights comped from the normal 3 night comp offer - up front, but you are getting a major room upgrade.

    You have said your combined bankroll is $1,000 a day - so I'll assume $5,000. Well, add-in your free play and food and you are being comped what $2,200-$2,300 a trip. Those are pretty good comps for that bankroll.
     
  12. Debh

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    Hi Josie,
    Yes I totally agree, I am sure the room type definitely takes up a lot of the comps.
    Cash gambled is often over $5000 though as we tend to gamble back our winnings as well lol
    We have decided we enjoy our room type so will not be too concerned about lower comps otherwise.
    cheers Deb
     
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    I'm an S77 - must be the bottom of the barrel haha
     
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    When you guys refer to "Corporate Summer Offer" do you mean the offer on the Mlife website?
     
  15. numeno

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    Nope. :) S78 here. My low play at MGM has finally been found out. :)
     
  16. JosieCat

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    Yes. It is usually the first offer and will say M Life Summer offer. If you click on it, you will see all the individual properties.
     
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    OK Thanks.
    Only property I see is the Mirage, where I have stayed the last two trips. Good offer though :D
     
  18. LV_Bound

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    My e-mail offers are never for free rooms. Only discounted rooms.
    I have to access MLIfe for the free rooms which has been very rare lately.
     
  19. Mednec

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    From my experience and from what other people on this board have said if you are in the UK you dont get the Mlife corporate offer, only hotel specific ones.
     
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    That makes more sense, thanks for the info.
     
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