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time frame on players cards

Discussion in 'Comps' started by GES774, Dec 9, 2012.

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  1. GES774

    GES774 Tourist

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    it has been over 10 yrs since I visited Vegas....will my cards for the casinos still be good or will I have Been removed from their computers?
     
  2. DonD

    DonD Super Moderator

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    You'll have to sign-up again. That's a good thing because there's some good bonuses for new sign-ups.
     
  3. GES774

    GES774 Tourist

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    that yaounde good......guess I will have to do some research and see who offers what? Or are there some posts here I might find on that subject?
     
  4. GES774

    GES774 Tourist

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    I have a Harrahs card only cuz I live in Illinois and go to Joliet a few times a year, and we are staying at Paris this trip, so I imagine that card will cover all their properties.
     
  5. sco5123

    sco5123 VIP Whale

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    As I understood, they would still have you in the system. Once your name is linked to a birthday and such...That's what I was told. Although 10 years is a long while.

    Call the casinos, ask for the player's club, and ask for them to look up your information to see if you have an account still.
     
  6. Kickin

    Kickin Flea

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    If you're using your Total Rewards card in Illinois then yes it will definitely still be good at Total Rewards properties in Vegas (like Paris) despite not having been to Vegas in 10 years. Total Rewards covers all their properties nationwide.
     
  7. leo21

    leo21 VIP Whale

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    There are some that may still have you from 10 years ago. But, if you've moved in that time it will be like a new account because they weren't scanning IDs back then. Also, there are alot of clubs that have rebooted in that time. Some would have dumped everyone and started fresh and the others would have dumped inactive players. You should go to advantageplayer.com and look up new player signup bonuses before your trip.
     
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    petp13 Low-Roller

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    my last trip to vegas before my trip last month was 7 years ago. went to the mlife desk at aria and i was still in their system.
     
  9. LAV

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    My observation whenever I signed up for any player's club is that they enter your driver's license into their system. With that in mind, I would imagine you will always be in their system.

    Just a guess though. I haven't been back to places like Mainstreet, etc., in over 10 years, but I am guessing I would still be in their system.
     
  10. KingBBInLV

    KingBBInLV High-Roller

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    A lot of properties have changed hands in 10 years, NYNY, Mandalay Bay, Excalibur etc.

    If you have a passport you should use that to sign up for a new account and take advantage of all the new sign up bonuses.

    I've had cards in the past (like 7 years ago) for Golden Nugget, Binions, Tropicana etc. This past year I have re-signed up at those properties for a new players card account and was able to take them up on their new player sign up bonuses.

    If they ask you if you've had an account with them in the past just tell them no.
     
  11. GES774

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    ok thank you for all the replies.
    I knew Harrahs would have me listed.....so guess I will go hunting for the others.
    thanks again
     
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