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Myvegas questions

Discussion in 'MyVegas' started by TOUR, Jan 22, 2013.

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  1. TOUR

    TOUR Low-Roller

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    We have been playing on Myvegas on Facebook, & myself and the wife have both got a Mirage buffet. Now we are wondering what to go for next ? We are both retired so have plenty of time to get other offers. We don,t need rooms as we have 5 nights comped at ballys and 2 w/e nights @$64 and 7 nights at Four Queens at casino rate. So looking at food or show offers and wondering if anyone has any comments on these (1) Circus Circus buffet (2) Excalibur buffet (3) Bellagieo lunch buffet (4) 50$ credit at Circus Circus restaurants (5) Australian Bee Gees show. Any comments would be most welcome
     
  2. Steelers7

    Steelers7 Low-Roller

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    Of the ones you listed I would only suggest the Bellagio buffet (currently sold out) and the $50 food credit at CIrcus Circus. I would only use the $50 at The Steakhouse. The Steakhouse is the one place we always go for dinner every trip. I love it there, but there are those here that don't care for it. It has really good steaks(dry aged) cooked over mesquite. We always get great service there too. I would suggest valet parking if you are driving, it's very convenient and will save you quite a walk from the parking area/garage. Here's a link to there menu...

    http://www.circuscircus.com/images/PDF/SteakhouseMenu.pdf
     
  3. leo21

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    I would skip the Excal buffet. I haven't heard much of anything about the BeeGees show either way. Bellagio buffet is a solid choice and most people like CC Steakhouse so I would pick one of those.
     
  4. Liondownnow

    Liondownnow Tourist

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    The Border Grill Brunch is fantastic and a great value since it is actually worth $60.
     
  5. thenuke1

    thenuke1 High-Roller

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    bellagio is a must ... they reload the vouchers at midnight (los angeles time)
     
  6. westie

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    I am also retired and not interested in staying on the Strip -my priorities are/were:

    Border Grill brunch
    Bellagio luncheon buffet
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    Steakhouse @ Circus Circus

    So far we have redeemed for all but the Steakhouse. After that I probably would shoot for the
    $75 dining credit @ NYNY.
     
  7. flysrb

    flysrb Hey Now!

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    Hey Now!
    all booked for Zumanity on May 24th....my Bday. It was easy and painless..
     
    HEY NOW! NYE in AC!!!!!!!
    Hey Now! 6 days in Biloxi....plus early Mardi Gras Parades!!!
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    flysrb Hey Now!

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    Hey Now!
    Westie.. are you gonna be in town for Memorial Day by chance?
    We would love to meet y'all..
     
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    Erich17 Low-Roller

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    Reload Time

    They started reloading the comps at 9:00 am central 7:00 am Vegas time now. Said they had to give other people a chance to get credit.
     
  10. leo21

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    If folks are looking for something a bit different, the High Tea experience is all that. Since the buffets in the MGM lineup don't excite most people, the Tea would be a nice alternative, especially for light lunchers.
     
  11. westie

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    Thanks but we are going late March into April.
     
  12. gcadays99

    gcadays99 Tourist

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    hmmm was on both at the 2 am and 9 am central time and still tons of rewards sold out. Either they still change up the reload times or they aren't reloading daily anymore.

    I have a feeling 3 things of dice wouldn't instantly sell out lol
     
  13. TOUR

    TOUR Low-Roller

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    Thanks for all the feedback, but the last few posts seem to have gone unto a different subject alltogether.
     
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