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Two Coupon Questions

Discussion in 'Coupon Swap' started by TXactuarial, Aug 2, 2014.

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  1. TXactuarial

    TXactuarial Low-Roller

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    Get out of Blackjack Hand for Free (ACG): Is the coupon good for one hand, effective only if you get a 22? Or is it good for an entire session wherein your first 22 you push?

    Silver Nugget Free Embroidered My Points Polo (ACG): The coupon says that earning 100 points gets me a free shirt. Does anyone know how much play that is? Side note - anyone else know of any other players clubs that give out complimentary clothes? I could use a new sweatshirt!
     
  2. Buddha

    Buddha VIP Whale

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    >>> Turn the coupon into the D's player's club for a voucher. Take that voucher to the Blackjack table, and it will be good for as many hands as necessary, until you get hit with a "22". That will be the hand that will be voided for you, without a loss ... and the voucher is over & done.

    >>> At the Silver Nugget, $1 coin-in (on VP) = 3 points. So ... after cycling $34 on VP, you will have earned 102 points for your free shirt.
     
  3. Criminole

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    I played the Get out of Blackjack hand for free at the D and they acted like they had never seen it before (Oct 2013). Glad to hear they have it figured out now.
     
  4. TXactuarial

    TXactuarial Low-Roller

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    Thanks - the blackjack coupon seems like the most valuable one in the book considering its maximum bet is $25.
     
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