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Multiple "O" tickets

Discussion in 'MyVegas' started by Garmy, Mar 21, 2013.

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  1. Garmy

    Garmy Low-Roller

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    I have heard that there is a rolling limit on purchasing items with LPs. I have also heard that if you buy any amount of coins that will increase your permited purchases. I plan to go to Vegas the last week of June and would like to get 4 "O" tickets. I almost have enough LPs to do it now but will surely have enough soon. Since the "O" tickets are sold individually will I be able to get 4 at one time or even 2 now and 2 more in 30 days?
     
  2. Smo

    Smo Mr. Las Vegas

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    According to the Purchase & Redemption Limitations section:
    This reward is limited to 1 per myVEGAS player .

    So it looks like you're only getting one then.
     
  3. Scullygirl33

    Scullygirl33 Tourist

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    Ok, you can only get 1...so you hope your companion on the trip plays as well and managed to get one too. How do you both redeem them in advance and make sure you get seats together since you have seperate Mlife accounts?
     
  4. Smo

    Smo Mr. Las Vegas

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    Then you would both take your ticket vouchers from the MLife desk over to the ticket booth for the show at the same time. Tell them you would like to sit together. Should be no problem.

    These vouchers are only good for the Wednesday/Thursday night showings at 10pm. Category B seats as well. But hey, it is free!!!!
     
  5. weluvvegas

    weluvvegas Vegas Slot Junkie

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    Are you definitely sure about the days of the week? I've been playing my butt off on this game for 2 "O" tickets...now I see I can only get one and we'll be there over a weekend! Blah!!

    What about Zarkana?
     
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    Boogaloo Low-Roller

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    I don't mean to be rude, but why not just look at the rewards pages directly?

    The terms and when they can be redeemed are very clearly spelled out, and that's the surest way you're getting the correct information, rather than from strangers on an Internet message board:

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  7. Tomen

    Tomen Tourist

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    My wife and I both redeemed O tickets.

    When I called to redeem them, I just told the MyVegas rep who answered that I wanted to book a ticket for myself and a ticket for my wife for O. All he needed was her players card number and the redemption number.

    It took maybe 20 minutes total and we got front row seats.

    I was also given the option of the 7:30 or the 10:00 show, even though the terms say it's only for the 10:00 show.

    The tickets have to be picked up at the box office by 4pm the day of the show.


    Hope this helps.
     
  8. jgates8

    jgates8 VIP Whale

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    I would not wait until you arrive to book. Call & do it ahead of time. Each show also only has so many allowed, and you could run the risk that they may have no myVegas seats left available if you wait until that day. Or none left next to each other, etc. (Someone on the FB group had to book 4 individual seats for their show - 4 people playing - as they had no groupings left for four people together as show was nearly sold out. I think that may have been Terry Fator.
     
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