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Time between booking V/P offers?

Discussion in 'Comps' started by Ally Vegas, Sep 19, 2015.

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  1. Ally Vegas

    Ally Vegas Tourist

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    Hello All!

    Recently tried out V/P and loved it! Can anyone tell me how long to book between corporate offers? I'm still getting good mLife offers, and wonder if I should keep them up for long trips or devote all my bankroll to my new "home".

    Thanks!
     
  2. JeJas

    JeJas VIP Whale

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    Didn't get your question.
    Or you mean you want to use the same offer again and again? I never done that. I can't even use of quarter of my new offers and they keep coming.
     
  3. Ally Vegas

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    I'm wondering how long you have to wait between comp stays. MLife has a 72h rule, unless a host over-rides it. Nice for longer trips.
     
  4. Geogran

    Geogran OTD Tea Sipper

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    I just got a comp offer from V/P and the fine print says 5 days. " Offer may not used in conjunction with any other offer within a 5-day period".

    I have never seen that before so maybe a recent policy change? Or else I just never paid attention before! I'd consider giving Mlife enough play to keep the offers coming, just in case. We sometimes stay at two places to change things up a bit and to take advantage of FP and food comps at both places. Our Mlife hosts are really good at extending us extra comp nights, so we have made them our home base.
     
  5. Ally Vegas

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    Oh! Thanks for the info! I'll keep my mLife up. Love everything about V/P, but a 5 day break is too long!
     
  6. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    They put in 5 days, but in reality, then mean..... go home, save up some more money, then come back and see us.

    They realize we often (not always) have a limited amount of loss money. They figure then can get it in a few days and do not see any reason to entice you to stay longer.
     
  7. JeJas

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    For me, a 3 night stay is already way too loooong. I already wished I had gone home after the first night
     
  8. Ally Vegas

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    Lol... I like to be there long enough to reach the height of degeneracy. Then recover and actually enjoy the room, shopping, restraunts, pool and spa so I'm fresh for a new round of degeneracy.

    Any one have experience with a host over-riding the 5 day rule and what kind of play it requires?
     
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