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Discussion in 'Comps' started by VegasSchemer, Mar 3, 2016.

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  1. VegasSchemer

    VegasSchemer Low-Roller

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    Where are the best ones? I know there's the $500 at Plaza. Any other solid options? I think there's a buffet offer for new folks at Wynn.

    I'm taking the girlfriend to Vegas for the time and want to know where to get to her started and pick up something easy comps or get some good play with lowered risk.
     
  2. notfromconcentrate

    notfromconcentrate Low-Roller

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    By experience, I can tell you food comps are very loose at Boyd properties downtown (Main Street Station, Fremont, California). I've also been told that Binions/4Q has very loose comps.
     
  3. spdandpwr

    spdandpwr Low-Roller

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    There's also two free buffet tickets if you book the 25% offer that some of the mLife properties are touting.
     
  4. SimpleLasVegas

    SimpleLasVegas Low-Roller

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    I think he's asking specifically about new player's card members for casinos not general comps. I have not heard about the Wynn free buffet. Is that when registering for there red card? Can anyone confirm?
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  5. Miller12pack

    Miller12pack Low-Roller

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    I think the plaza one is done in March and only for new players. Where is the love for all of us that kept these places going? I am starting a new thread.
     
  6. HolgerKCH

    HolgerKCH Tourist

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    No buffets for new players at Wynn. In fact you get something if you are willing to risk a medium
    coin in at your first day, but absolutely nothing free anymore :-(
     
  7. phantomfj

    phantomfj Low-Roller

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    There is a promotion, if you sign up and get 200(not sure of number) points you spin a wheel for various free play points, luggage, etc............I got a $10 free play. If you reach 750 points (I think this is ongoing, not just for new signups) you get 2 free buffets. We signed up in the middle of Feb, I am assuming these are still running.......
     
  8. SimpleLasVegas

    SimpleLasVegas Low-Roller

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    Oh really? I need to find out exact details on this. Can you use the 2 buffets on seperate meals?
     
  9. BayouBengal

    BayouBengal VIP Whale

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    If you buy a copy of the American Casino Guide there are several coupons that are valid for new players club members. Actual sign up bonuses sans coupons are kind of scarce these days.
     
  10. phantomfj

    phantomfj Low-Roller

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    I think so, but after spending a week in Vegas my memory is kinda fuzzy...................:drunk:
     
  11. CindyS

    CindyS Low-Roller

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    CET is giving 1 buffet for 50 tier credits earned in a day thru the end of March. The tickets are good for 48 hours, so you either each get one on 2 separate cards or get one one each day and go together on the second day. Any buffet except Caesar's Palace and if you the seafood upgrade at RIO you have to pay an upcharge.
     
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