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Need a list of casino's that give you easy play for signing up

Discussion in 'Comps' started by SoCalMon, Apr 5, 2014.

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  1. SoCalMon

    SoCalMon Low-Roller

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    I want a list of casino's in vegas that give out easy play for signing up for a players card. I know 4 queens does, golden nugget, east side cannery, california, and I am not sure waht other casino's that do. I would like a list so I can visit them when I go memorial weekend to vegas.
     
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    SoCalMon Low-Roller

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    I also would like to know how much free play each casino gives as well. I don't remember what the cannery gives (been a few years), 4 queens I know 20 for your birthday month, golden nugget at least $5, california I think $10. I would to save as much money as I can out there and try out the different casinos around.
     
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    I think if you add Downtown Grand, The D and Wynn/Encore to your list its pretty close to complete.

    Thats going to pretty much be covering The Strip and Downtown. There are going to other little locals casinos that may offer free play on signup but anything you would get will just be cancelled out by what you spent to get there (cost of gas if you are driving, cost of a taxi, bus fare, etc).

    For how much: I would expect $5 and if you get more then its just a pleasant surprise :)

    The "problem" is the big hey-day of everybody giving away free play ended about 7.5 years ago and now most of them require some nominal level of play before they give you anything of note, even a small bit of free play - the free play was an enticement to get people to sign up for players clubs and after a couple of years everybody had millions, if not tens of millions, of names added to their clubs so they mostly stopped giving away freebies (back in the 'olden days you could get a bunch of shirts, pen sets, coffee mugs, key chains and other stuff along with free play just for signing up).
     
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