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Mlife or Total Rewards credit card question

Discussion in 'Comps' started by hokdo, May 26, 2012.

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  1. hokdo

    hokdo Tourist

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    Is it worth it to get one of these to use for gas purchases just to keep points active? Does it take a lot of these points to earn comps? I'm a mid level roller and earn room comps on most stays but why not help myself out with food and everything else. Sorry if this has already been asked.
     
  2. jgates8

    jgates8 VIP Whale

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    The TR card is no annual fee. You earn 1% back on your purchases in comps (pretty standard for a lot of cards). So if you rolll only gas thru on it & run $400 thru a month it would be $4 in comps. I have it as an additional card & my daughter runs her stuff on that one. I do a Chase cash back card for my regular stuff.

    After losing $50 in comps because I was a couple of days late to my 6 months (like TWO), I got the card. I wasn't gutsy enough at that time to ask to speak to a supervisor (I have heard people have had them added back on).
     
  3. LV_Bound

    LV_Bound VIP Whale

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    MGM used to have a card that when used would provide early check in and late check out. The card was dropped about 2 years ago.

    Is this MLife CC something new?
     
  4. Llew

    Llew Low-Roller

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    By the way, you can also buy virtual money on the Caesars Casino game on Facebook to earn TR points, although you have to spend at least $20. A less effective but still potentially useful way to keep your points from expiring.
     
  5. edinpa

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    I had their "mgm" card a few years ago and used it until it was discontinued. If there is a new version I haven't heard anything about it yet.
     
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