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Monorail single passes

Discussion in 'MyVegas' started by WickedWife, Mar 18, 2015.

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  1. WickedWife

    WickedWife Tourist

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    I saw on another site that some people were buying 4 single tickets for their trip. When I checked the terms of the reward it said you can buy up to 4 but you can only use 1 in a rolling 30 day period.

    Have the rules changed or are people not catching the rules and thinking they can use all 4 for one trip?
     
  2. cjohnson202

    cjohnson202 VIP Whale

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    I redeemed two at the same time last trip, which was last week
     
  3. JoJoR

    JoJoR High-Roller

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    The reward is currently sold out so I can't check the second page of the terms. But I'm one of those people that's never had any issues purchasing 4 and using them all on one trip. What is also nice is the tickets themselves are valid for one year. So if you don't use it, save it for your next trip.
     
  4. Isaac Wolkowicz

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    Any thoughts on using the monorail in general? Even though the myVegas reward does not count towards the 3-in-30 I am not sure I want to waste LP's on it.

    We are staying at the MGM and I don't know how close the monorail would get us to walking distance of the Wynn (when compared to just walking from the MGM).

    Same question for the Bellagio?

    Same question for getting to Fremont street?..i.e. would it be cheaper to take the monorail from MGM to the last stop and then take a cab from there to Fremont? or is it almost as cheap to just take a cab from the MGM to Fremont?

    Thanks all!
     
  5. lisaloveslv

    lisaloveslv Tourist

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    I bought the reward for my trip next week. Nowhere does it say you can only use 1 in a rolling 30 day period.
     
  6. WickedWife

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    Sorry guys! Looks like I read the rules wrong!!
     
  7. fish48

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    Isaac,
    If going to the Wynn, get off at Harrahs, walk thru the casino to the Strip, go next door to Venetian, walk thru there and the Pallazo, and take the crossover bridge to Wynns. A lot of less walking then from the MGM. To Bellagio, get off at Ballys and walk thru to the strip, and take the crossover bridge to Bellagio.
     
  8. Isaac Wolkowicz

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    Fish48,

    Thanks for the advice...sounds like the unlimited 3-day BOGO is a good way to use some LP's and save some money.
     
  9. JoJoR

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    If you're staying at MGM, I can see it being beneficial. Most of the stations are buried in the casinos, so sometimes its almost faster to walk then to take the monorail. But if there's a station right in the hotel (like MGM) it can be quite useful.
     
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