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Mesquite locals

Discussion in 'Living in Sin (City that is)' started by Aw234, Jun 11, 2016.

  1. Aw234

    Aw234 Low-Roller

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    Was visiting Mesquite NV. and was wondering if Mesquite residents are considered Las Vegas locals to the casino's. Do they receive the mailers? Was just wondering and Thank You to those who reply.

    Aw234
     
  2. Iceicecool

    Iceicecool Low-Roller

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    Most likely yes. When I lived in Vegas, all the Laughlin properties considered me a local.
     
  3. vegasbound

    vegasbound Moderator

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    NV Residents are considered local. However, those with an address outside of LV often receive better offers to entice folks to play. For example, I would receive $5 slot play at Stations or Silverton and my mom (Pahrump) would get a minimum of $10, for the same level play. No difference was noted in strip property mailers.
     
  4. Aw234

    Aw234 Low-Roller

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    Thanks for the feed back. Allways wanted to move Vegas being I have family that live their. The crime is causing another look and thinking Mesquite may be an alternative. Thanks again.

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  5. TomTWI

    TomTWI High-Roller

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    The crime rate in my Vegas neighborhood is very low. Probably lower than here in small town Wisconsin. I would never live in certain areas of Las Vegas but that is no different than any large city.

    TomTWI