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Multiple free play offers

Discussion in 'Comps' started by Amn1410, Dec 28, 2013.

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  1. Amn1410

    Amn1410 Low-Roller

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    On my visit in march, I have $50 in free play for the visit. I see that there is another offer for a different $50 free play offer with a different code. Are they both going to be valid? I certainly hope so, but I didn't know if they will tell me that only one offer is valid at a time.
     
  2. KarenTN

    KarenTN Tourist

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    You didn't say which casino the 2 offers are with. But if they are both with the same casino company and cover the same dates, probably not. But if they are back to back offers, like one is good March 1-7 and the other is March 8-15 and you are there the 6th -10th you might be able to find a way to use them both
     
  3. sindustry

    sindustry VIP Whale

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    If the FP is tied to a room offer, then in small print, it should mention you must book a minimum of x number of nights. So, two separate FP offers would need two room reservations. If the FP is not tied to a room offer, then they should be good within the dates specified. I often get multiple FP offers at my local harrah's and if two happen to be redeemable on the same day, they are both valid.
     
  4. Amn1410

    Amn1410 Low-Roller

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    They are both for all the cet resorts. One is for Jan 1- march 31st and the other is march 1st- may 31st so they overlap. It isn't really with a room offer, just one of those "stay with us and receive" kinda deals
     
  5. TDB Aces

    TDB Aces Tourist

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    I'm guessing that you will be able to use both free play offers based on my experience with Horseshoe Cincinnati, which is also a CET property. During their first few months of operation they sent out lots of free play offers and many of them over-lapped the same dates. I remember going one day and using 3 free play offers on the same day for a total of $175 or so. There have been a couple of other times when I've used 2 free play offers on the same date, usually smaller amounts like $20 each.

    Hopefully you will be able to use both offers. Good Luck!
     
  6. Amn1410

    Amn1410 Low-Roller

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    Awesome! Gives me some hope! Thanks!
     
  7. Chuck2009x

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    I don't have a ton of experience booking CET offers, but for an upcoming stay I showed two "stay with us and you also get" offers - one for $125 free play and another for $125 resort credit. Both covered the same time period.

    I wanted to use the free play offer but couldn't get the code to work online, so I called. The rep I spoke with said I could get both, and booked me.

    When I logged in a few days later, I saw I had been booked under a different offer. By that time, I had an even better one, so I canceled the original reservation.

    CET has so many freakin' offer codes with similar digits, although I think their phone reps are good, I also think it's easy for them to make a mistake. Given that the rep (apparently) booked me under the wrong code, I'm not sure I trust she was right when she said I could get two offers on the same reservation.

    In your case, I would call to make the reservation. After you have your confirmation, go back to the offers page and find those offers - any offer that's associated with your reservation should have a little green check mark icon and say "Offer Used", and when you click on it to see the details, the detail frame should say "You have booked a reservation using this offer"
     
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    lmondun Low-Roller

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    I have been able to use back to back offers from CET properties as the OP describes. But it has always been accomplished with the assistance of a host, who sets it up as one trip but with separate reservations for each of the offer codes. So two nights under offer A and two more nights under offer B. It's seems all the same to me as I don't have to change rooms or anything mid-trip. If you are not booking through a host, then definitely try to get someone in casino marketing on the phone and ask them to assist. I would not advise trying to do it yourself online.
     
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    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    SPEAKING of CET HERE.

    Do not confuse a FP offer with FP coupons. Coupons have almost no restrictions other than dates. Actual offers at CET, especially at Vegas are often difficult to double book. You have to pick one or the other when you book your room. Sometimes - make that most times in my experience.

    Again, offers are different than coupons that you just put in the machine.
     
  10. Amn1410

    Amn1410 Low-Roller

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    They aren't offers that I have to book, they both just say to go to the tr desk to pick them up, no Coupon needed. All I have to do is be booked at a property for both. I will be, but I didn't know if they needed to be separate bookings, or if I can just use them for the one booking.
     
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