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Mlife registration

Discussion in 'MyVegas' started by Vegas_Baby, Aug 18, 2014.

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  1. Vegas_Baby

    Vegas_Baby Tourist

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    Newbie here, 1st post. We are going to be in Vegas next month for the first time ever....Bucket list for me. I have been playing Myvegas like crazy doing well with the LP points. I see people mention registering at the mlife desk when you arrive?

    When I look at rewards, it says I need to be a mylife member before purchasing, what does that mean?

    Thank you!!
     
  2. samanthaelizabeth

    samanthaelizabeth Low-Roller

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    You can sign up at MLIFE.COM :peace:
     
  3. Vegas_Baby

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    Thank you so much!!!
     
  4. LVHooked

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    It doesn't have to be done till your there, and you need a card anyway. So when you buy the reward, you give your name and e-mail adds. And they send you a conformation, print that and take it with ID to a m-life desk and they will either give you a voucher or a players card with it loaded on the card. Very easy.
     
  5. Vegas_Baby

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    Thank you!!
     
  6. g8rb8k8

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    I think if you are redeeming for hotel stays and/or show tickets you have to give them your mlife number when you call to make reservations. Just like someone already suggested, you can sign up online and then when you call (if its for rooms or shows) when they ask you for your mlife # you will have it
     
  7. kayden

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    I signed up for the mlife card online about 2 months ago, turned in LP's for 3 rewards a month ago, showed up to retrieve the card at the mlife desk, and then obtained my rewards, which were loaded on the card (buffets). Easy as pie. You don't even need to have a print out for buffet rewards. You just need the confirmation code that they send you in the email.
     
  8. Vegas_Baby

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    Thank you for helping me with this. Easier than I thought, again Thank you
     
  9. Ty

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    Which rewards are you looking to get?
    Just curious.
     
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  10. Vegas_Baby

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    Terry Fator show for sure, we already have lodging, so maybe some meals. I am open to suggestions as this will be our first time there.
     
  11. samanthaelizabeth

    samanthaelizabeth Low-Roller

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    You should check out LOVE at the Mirage. Great show!!
     
  12. namja

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    Speaking of mLife registration, I signed up a long time ago, so my Mlife account number is only 8 digits (19XXXXXX).
    I thought that was a pretty low number, until I saw my friend's Mlife account number which was only 6 digits long (60XXXX).
     
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