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Plaza mailer received today. Need coin-in/points confirmation

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  1. Joe

    Joe VIP Whale

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    In today's mail I received an offer for 3 nights free at the Plaza for Oct, Nov & Dec. Only catch was I needed to put 200 points per day on the card. I called the Plaza marketing dept and talked to someone who left me a little suspect on the details.

    She stated the offer was based on coin-in and length of daily play. I stated there was no requirement on the offer about length of play, just 200 points per day. Then she said slots are $1 in equals 1 point and VP is $3 equals 1 point.

    If my math is correct, at $1 VP, 200 points takes 120 hands or maybe a little less than 30 minutes per day.

    Can anybody confirm VP is $3 in equals 1 point? I'm hoping Feadolphus can answer before next Friday. I did send an email to him.
     
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    My assumption is that when they say length of time they're referring to table games (ex. $25 a hand an hour at BJ = 125 points)

    200 points at the Plaza is $600 coin in at VP (1 point per $3 coin in) or 1 point per $1 on the slots.
     
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  4. tringlomane

    tringlomane STP Addicted Beer Snob

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    I'm assuming they just don't want you to stay there and no-play them. If you play exactly the required amount, I would be surprised if they gave you the offer again. If they would, then I would be interested. This is quite my speed...lol
     
  5. doug2288

    doug2288 Low-Roller

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    I got the same offer, but this one doesn't mention if it's good for weekend.The offer I got in May was good for two weekday+one Fri. or Sat..
     
  6. Joe

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    Doesn't matter now. They are sold out for the weekend I wanted.
     
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  7. feadolphus

    feadolphus Newbie

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    Hi All. yes The offer you are referring to works just as our casino services representative described. The length of time and average bet is for table games and the point requirements are for the slot players. Please note...never assume we can not assist with your reservation. You will be surprised. :)
     
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