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Question on credit lines in AC

Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Hotels & Casinos' started by DaiLun, Sep 18, 2015.

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  1. DaiLun

    DaiLun R.C., L.C., and A.A.N.G.

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    I am primarily an LV CET player. I plan to take my 7* retreat to AC this year.

    I "hate" bringing extra cash with me, but notice that there is a 10% check cashing fee (given back in free play).

    I have credit lines at Caesars LV, should I take the time to open on in AC for my trip, or is there "something" about opening a line in an NJ casino?

    TIA
     
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  2. paperposter

    paperposter VIP Whale

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    i thought 7 * waves the fee it does in vegas or used too, but its up to snyergy (sp) how much they will let u cash
     
  3. easy_money

    easy_money Low-Roller

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    7* used to get the fees waived, but not anymore. Like DL mentioned, you get the fee amount back in the form of freeplay. They'll ask if you want it for tables or slots.

    DL, not sure what you're specifically asking IRT CLs. I have CL's at both. From my knowledge, there are no differences for CLs between LV and AC.
     
  4. JeJas

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    Come on, why AC? Even the locals don't go there anymore.
     
  5. NCAAHoops

    NCAAHoops Low-Roller

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    Dialun go for it and get a CL for AC. It is much like vegas they will hit your checking acct when you leave or you can set it up and pay it off when you leave. However, note you must use the same checking acct when paying it off if you pay by check before you leave at least that is how it use tobe a few years ago. When do you plan on comming hitting AC ?
     
  6. DaiLun

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    Thanks for the advice. Because my trip dates are limited, it won't be until June of next year at the earliest. I'm booked for LV in January, February, and March (the only time my 14 year old has school breaks). I had originally planned to take the retreat during the signature event, but have change my mind and will make it at another time and for to the LV signature event.
     
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  7. jrp227

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    I did my 7 stars trip to AC just back in July and Caesars refused to comp back cash advance with fp like they do everywhere else. I think you need at least 200 or 250k tier for that.
     
  8. DaiLun

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    Cash advance or check cashing??

    Per Seven Stars Insider:

    "While there is a 10 percent check-cashing fee, Seven Stars cardholders get the fee back in the form of free play. In other words, if you want $1,000, your checking account will be debited $1,100, but you’ll get $1,000 in cash and $100 in free play."

    I don't think CC cash advance applies.
     
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