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Treasure Island Players Club

Discussion in 'Comps' started by ChitownVegas, Jan 5, 2013.

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  1. ChitownVegas

    ChitownVegas Tourist

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    Is there anyone here who is a member of it?


    I am thinking about TI for the first time and possibly joining their club.

    What is your opinion of their players club? Are they table or slots based?
     
  2. Auggie

    Auggie Dovahkiin

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    The first thing would probably be: if you had an MGM Players Club card from 2008 or earlier then you already have a Ti Players Club account. When MGM sold the property the casino at Ti continued to use the MGM Players Club program for the first little while and so everybody who had a Players Club account got a Ti account automatically, even if you had never set foot in the property.

    They actually have some decent signup bonuses if you put in a bit of play, but what this means is if you are already in their system, because you had an MGM Players Club card in the past, then you won't qualify as a new signup, even if you have never set foot in their property before.

    For the overall program itself: it doesn't seem to favor either slots or table players, just pretty well balanced like the old MGM program it was derived from.

    When we stayed there a few years back the one thing I thought about their casino was that it was pretty boring overall - just everything from the color scheme to the vibe to the overall atmosphere.

    We do stop there from time to time and it doesn't seem like it has changed much and reading a few trip reports over the years that seems to be a pretty common theme from people who have stayed and played their.
     
  3. JRAinDC

    JRAinDC Tourist

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    I'm a table games player and like T.I's club. My host treats me well. Let me know if you want more information.
     
  4. finsfanscott

    finsfanscott Tourist

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    I play tables and I am also reasonably happy with TI as a winter destination. In the summer I want a nicer pool. Comp requirements are fairly low, and if you are a black chip player, the high limit room serves whatever drinks you want, sometimes as low as $50/hand. I like the petite suites (jacuzzi tub and two bathrooms). Good luck!
     
  5. Grid

    Grid VIP Whale

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    I love TI, very easy to get a free room and almost every offer comes with at least $75.00 in free play for me. Compare that to CET and they give me a room and no free play for the same ADT. So their players club is pretty solid. The only shitty thing about the place is the food options.
     
  6. JRAinDC

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    Agree on food options. They do have awesome room service at least.
     
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