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Redeeming 4 day monorail tickets

Discussion in 'MyVegas' started by Loston815, Jul 31, 2014.

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  1. Loston815

    Loston815 Tourist

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    I see that the 4 day monorail pass is 18000 LP. It says buy 1 get 1 free. Does this mean I get 2 passes for 18000 LP? Or does that mean I actually have to spend money to get a buy one get one pass.

    Just need some clarification before I use up my points.

    Thanks.
     
  2. Readingfanman

    Readingfanman Low-Roller

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    It's for one free pass when you buy with cash, another 4 day pass. Not 2 passes for 18K points.
     
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    Mitkraft High-Roller

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    To expand on that a little bit. You can also turn it into a half price for however long you really need if you only need one. i.e., if you need 4 days worth of pass redeem for a 2 day (do they have one?) BOGO and you can use one the first two days and one the second two days. The "clock" doesn't start on the ticket till you use them for your first ride (actually your first entrance through the turnstiles leading to the platform.
     
  4. npom

    npom High-Roller

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    It is a buy one get one free deal. They do have a 2 day pass deal also. I bought 2 sets on my last trip so I would have them for my next trip in case the game was gone. They are good for a year from the time you purchase them as long as they haven't been used so you could save your second pass for another trip.
     
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