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Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself!' started by WonderMidget, Aug 23, 2012.

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  1. WonderMidget

    WonderMidget Newbie

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    New to this and don't really know what I'm doing. Leaving for Vegas on Sunday and looking for info about "sandwiching" which I just heard of for the first time yesterday. We haven't been to Vegas, for one reason or another, since 2009. We always stay at the Bellagio. Any advice?
     
  2. cloudi63

    cloudi63 MIA

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    Better known as the $20 trick, I call it a bribe. It's folding a $20 when checking in at the front desk for a bigger, fancier, better view of a room, chances are if it's not busy while you are there, chances are you could ask without the so called tip, and may still get the upgrade, if they are busy I.E. conventions, etc you may be turned down, 97% here call it a tip, many say they've had good luck, there are many threads topics here about this.
     
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