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Players Card question.

Discussion in 'Comps' started by Backagain1, Jan 28, 2013.

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  1. Backagain1

    Backagain1 High-Roller

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    I do not understand Players Cards. Do we get them at every place we go to?
    If we are not high rollers should we still get them?
     
  2. gpenguins67

    gpenguins67 High-Roller

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    definately use your card wherever you play. You never know what kind of offer they send you for free or discounted rooms even if you do play low. Plus you never know you might play more than you realize at times. So why give up any kind of comps/free stuff they might possibly give you

    You dont necessarily need to get a card at every hotel. For example the mlife card is good for any MGM property, Total rewards is good for all the CET props(except Bills I beleive but thats closing soon anyways), Venetian/Palazzo has its own, cosmo its own, wynn its own, TI has its own.
     
  3. smartone

    smartone VIP Whale

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    If you play at the MGM "family" of properties you sign-up for the MLife card... Caesar's "family" has one that's integrated for use at their joints... Station casinos has a players card program as well. Wynn/Encore has a card and TI has their own "loyalty" program. I've always been told that the first thing one should do at the properties is to get a card. There's usually a nominal free gift for sign-up and some other small perks, but the card is the best way to allow the casino to track your play and points. It goes without saying though that concentrating your play on a players-club program is superior to playing small amounts all over the place.
     
  4. Backagain1

    Backagain1 High-Roller

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    Thanks! I felt silly asking but if you do not ask...

    Thanks again.
     
  5. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Unless there is some great signup promo, and you are traveling as a couple, I would suggest only ONE of you sign up this trip. Then next trip, the other person can sign up. We learned the hard way. No big deal,but sometimes signups are only for NEW signups, and one per family.

    If you are only going to play 10-20 bucks, it is probably not worth the time in most cases. Except maybe at CET. They will offer discounted or free rooms to get you back.

    But, if you are not going back in a year or so... no deal.
     
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