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Discussion in 'Off-Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Jimbo338, Dec 11, 2013.

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  1. Jimbo338

    Jimbo338 VIP Whale

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    Now that the WAX stops at the Suncoast, staying there is more doable without a car but where do you find a deal? I have never been there so there won't be any comps coming, and I don't think Boyd properties sell to brokers cause I don't ever remember seeing them on Kayak or the other third party brokers. I checked their website and prices seemed high.

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    Jimbo, do you have a bconnected player's card? If so, go to www.bconnectedonline.com and register to sign in. There you will find deals for all of the bconnected properties.
     
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    I've never played or stayed at Suncoast but looking at Bconnected I can get a Ruby discount from $33 a night, regular rate is from $39 a night.
    They also have packages from $39 a night with a $10 per night food and beverage credit.
    Actual prices will vary by date.
     
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    Jimbo, I realize this doesn't help your situation, but you might want to take the WAX out there and prime the pump, so to speak. Play for a couple of hours, take the WAX back and see if you get any offers for future play.

    I was on a solo trip in March and decided to mix it up a bit. I took the WAX out to Suncoast from MSS, played $1 VP for no more than 2 hours and now I get mailers for 2 nights free almost every other month.

    I know VMBer "gambler" & spouse did a similar thing and have been getting some really good offers. Granted, all of these might be teaser offers to get you to stay there instead of somewhere else, but worth a try maybe. It is a nice property and was one of our favs when we lived there.
     
    Give Suncoast another try.
    Our new favorite place to stay, but gamble at MSS
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    Listen to Joe – he gives good advice. I think Friday will make our 18th consecutive stay at Suncoast, which I doubt would happen if not for some generous offers. Give 'em a try.
     
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    Thanks, guys!

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    I'm curious...
    Do you guys think free room are easier at Suncoast than say...MSS or GC or Orleans?
    I know Sams Town is EASY...but it's a HAUL out there...
     
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    For me it's hard to say. As I mentioned, after going in March and playing for 2 hrs, the 2 night offers started coming. I don't know how far back they look at history. 2008-2010, we played there at least once a week, usually more. The March play I gave them was the first since early 2010.

    The WAX does make SC incredibly accessible from the airport or downtown. My hesitation is that besides a half mile walk to Rampart casino, there isn't much around if you are staying there. It is essentially in a residential/office neighborhood. Angel Park golf course is just a couple of blocks away.

    Directly across the street they had all the iron work up for a mixed use building, but the economy did that in. I don't know if it has gotten any further.

    My references are all w/o a car. i enjoy adult beverages.
     
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    Give Suncoast another try.
    Our new favorite place to stay, but gamble at MSS
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