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Player's Club Free Play and Match Play

Discussion in 'Comps' started by dis220, Dec 17, 2015.

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  1. dis220

    dis220 Tourist

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    On my next trip, I want to sign-up for a bunch of player's clubs with the hope that free play and/or match play coupons are offered with new sign-ups.

    These are the places where I am not a member of the player's club. Does anyone know if they do or do not offer gambling coupons with new enrollment?

    Tropicana
    Circus Circus
    Treasure Island
    Stratosphere
    Wynn/Encore
    Venetian/Palazzo
    Casino Royale
    El Cortez
    Westgate
    Cosmopolitan
    SLS
    Palms

    Thank you!!!
     
  2. VegasSchemer

    VegasSchemer Low-Roller

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    SLS was giving out a least $5 in free play for new members earlier this year.
    Circus Circus has promo chips you can get every 6 months. $30 gets you $45 in play til you lose chips.

    Don't think Venetian, Wynn, Westgate, and Tropicana give anything.
     
  3. tnyqst

    tnyqst Tourist

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    Isn't the Tropicana still running their "Even the Odds" promotion for new players club signups? I will be in LV next week and was planning on going by to sign up.

    Follow up question - Is it only for slots, or can I use it for video poker too?
     
  4. VegasSchemer

    VegasSchemer Low-Roller

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    Trop ended it's $200 promo, if that's what "even the odds" is. Sorry if I'm thinking of the wrong thing.
     
  5. BayouBengal

    BayouBengal VIP Whale

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    You'll need to get a coupon book like the American Casino Guide and use the coupons. Most places don't offer sign up bonuses straight up. Need a coupon usually.
     
  6. tringlomane

    tringlomane STP Addicted Beer Snob

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    I thought someone on here verified that this was still on this month.

    I recommend the Plaza new member loss rebate if anyone can hit downtown for 3 consecutive days.

    Casino Royale has a $20 instant loss rebate for new members.
     
  7. KevinF2020

    KevinF2020 Low-Roller

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    My wife signed up for a new player card at The Palms last month and I think she got $10 free play. She had a coupon from the ACG.
     
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  8. FuzzyDiceCraps

    FuzzyDiceCraps High-Roller

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    We signed up for some new cards, or took friends to sign up for new cards, within the past year, so this may be dated a bit, but here is what we were able to get:

    Treasure Island - nothing up front, but if you earned so many points you could spin the wheel and earn more. We got an extra $50 in freeplay.

    SLS - free play spin for signing up, think we get $10?

    Casino Royale - you get your first $20 back in free play (if you lose)

    Wynn - similar to TI above, earn so much in points and spin the wheel. We were already members, but saw people doing this.

    As was said above, if you're looking for "thanks for signing up, here's free play" offers...those aren't to be found on the strip anymore.
     
  9. tnyqst

    tnyqst Tourist

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    Just returned from Vegas and wanted to report that Tropicana is still running their "Even the Odds" promotion. There are signs everywhere on the property advertising this - on the foot bridge as you come over from MGM Grand, everywhere you look in the room where you sign up for their players club, etc. Terms were the same, however the employee that signed me up was careful to point out that "terms were subject to change at the start of the year" several times.

    I gambled just enough to lose $202 ($198 at DDB VP and $4 on the Flintstones slot). Was immediately given $100 free play, which I was told could not be used on electronic roulette, electronic craps, or "linked" slot machines (anything with a progressive that links to other machines) but any non-progressive VP was okay. Took their word for it but, in hindsight, I should have tested out one hand of VP just to be safe.

    I am going back to Vegas at the end of January, so I decided to collect my additional $100 in free play then and spend all $200 in free play at one time. Hopefully the terms of this offer won't change before I get back. I fully understand that I might be S.O.L. if they do.

    Thinking about using the $200 in free play on 8 hands of $5 JoB...
     
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