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Mlife Summer Offers starting to roll out

Discussion in 'Comps' started by Aftermath, Apr 15, 2013.

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  1. Aftermath

    Aftermath Low-Roller

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    Reserve Your Summer Offer at ARIA!

    Your exclusive M life offer is available at ARIA Resort & Casino
    Now – August 29, 2013


    -Room Rates Starting from $79 Sunday – Thursday with Special Weekend Rates Available

    -As a Bonus, Stay Two Nights Sunday – Thursday and Receive Complimentary Dining for Two at The Buffet at ARIA

    -30% off the Newest Show in Las Vegas, Zarkana™ by Cirque du Soleil®


    No thank you... :Þ
     
  2. Gaggles

    Gaggles VIP Whale

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    That was my exact birthday offer with $75 Freeplay. Ya...thanks Aria......
     
  3. BnV226

    BnV226 Low-Roller

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    Surprisingly, my summer offer was a little (much?) lower than my usual offers from Aria.

    I went to Aria in late March so I doubt that the last visit even played into the summer offer at all (for better or worse).

    What I don't get is, if they are basing this offer and my previous spring offer on my trip last summer (to vegas) or my dec. trip to Goldstrike (tunica) then why would my Spring offer (previous) be higher than summer?
    Isn't July and August a low season compared to March-June??

    I think they randomly assign offers just to keep people from ever really figuring out the whole comp thing :) Or, they haven't figured out the comp thing yet either...
     
  4. boxnmn2k3

    boxnmn2k3 Tourist

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    I'm dropped to Platinum, and got the following Summer offer:


    The Buzz: Summer 2013 .MGM Grand Las Vegas • Las Vegas, NV
    •Complimentary room for 4 nights
    •$100 M life Resort Credit for your stay
    •Offer code:
    •Offer valid: 5/1 -10/31/2013
     
  5. dwysywd

    dwysywd Newbie

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    same here
     
  6. Grid

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    Not that I ever try to wrap my head around Mlife corporate offers. But even i am at a loss here.

    I get MGM comped for 3 nights & $75.00. Its been the same offer I have gotten for years. I took them up on it before and the offer stayed the same. Now they want me to pay the resort fee so piss on them.

    I haven't stayed at NY NY in about 6-7 years. Out of the blue my online offers blew up from them. I have 6 total, all about the same. 3 nights and 75 in free play. One was for a slot tourney as well. I called a host, told her about my offer and the fact that they charge resort fees. So she booked for me, with the free play and waived the fees. I booked that 2 months ago. And I still have a ton of Ny NY offers.

    Mirage used to send me 3 nights plus a buffet or resort credit and $100 in free play. Once it was $200.00 I never low play them as I love their casino. But now all my offers are 1 night and no FP. The kicker is I have like 8 1 night offers in my account. What a waste of space.

    Aria, I booked 2 months ago. 2 nights + resort credit + $75.00 FP. I havent stayed on the offer I booked yet. But now I have no offers. Same for Luxor, Bellagio (which used to send me kick ass offers) MB (same as the B). I have never once seen an offer for Monte Carlo or Exc for me. How does Aria & the B want my play for years but never these 2?
     
  7. slots4fun

    slots4fun Tourist

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    I haven't received any summer offer yet, mine are all still spring. Ranging from $85 - $150 FP, 2 - 3 nights comped, some with resort credit some without.

    Here a question though that I just noticed. Some of my offers state clearly 2 nights free, 3 nights free, but some just say complimentary accommodation. What does that mean for length of stay?

    Just curious.
     
  8. BrandonR

    BrandonR Tourist

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    Aria sent me a summer offer for $150 in birthday FP, 3 free nights, free buffet for 2, and 30% off Zarkana tickets.

    Which is odd because I only had one Vegas trip last year and according to my loss statement, only lost about $230 there (and it's not like I had any huge wins that would contribute to a huge coin-in). Compare that to my $900 loss at the Bellagio which is where I stayed but they've yet to send me any summer offers.

    Not that I'm complaining or anything... :thumbsup:
     
  9. nameBRAND

    nameBRAND Tourist

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    ^ got almost the same offer with more freeplay but hit 100k tier credits from just gambling which is a lot higher than my past stays... And I got a better offer last time :(... Does gambling in march not affect summer offers?
     
  10. StormHawk

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    I took the $79/night +$50 resort credit. Best I'm ever going to get from them, I'm afraid.
     
  11. 44inarow

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    And here I thought I was the only person who got bizarre offers from NY-NY. I stayed there for exactly one night, back in 2005 or so; I didn't have much money back then, so I'd be surprised if I gambled at all, and I'm positive I haven't played at all there since. Yet for the last few seasons, like clockwork, an offer for three nights and $75 shows up in my list, while the places I actually stay and gamble at regularly don't give me much. I'd understand it if I had been to NY-NY a couple years ago and they were trying to woo me back, but it's literally been almost a decade now.
     
  12. jr7110

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    I am staying at Aria right now on my Spring offer for three complimentary nights, two free buffets and $200 in FP. I got the same deal for my summer offer, which I have already booked for the end of June-July....
     
  13. shifter

    shifter Degenerate Gambler

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    I don't get any corporate offers anymore. I do get the Buzz offers from MGM all the time, though. They used to offer a Skyloft, but recently they've started offering a Mansion Villa. My host gets super pissed when they do that because it just upsets his lower players when they think they're getting in the Mansion and they end up getting bumped of course. But I've got nothing from any of the other Mlife casinos in a long, long time.
     
  14. VegasBJ

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    Yeah, I'm in the same boat. However, for my next trip, they booked me into the skyloft until I pulled out the ole' Buzz offer for the Mansion, and they changed it to the Mansion Villa right away.
     
  15. StormHawk

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    Shifter -
    Maybe I missed something recently, but are you jumping ship or just making a Wynn trip?
    Your signature makes me do a double take every time.
     
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