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Using Both 2012 and 2013 ACG?

Discussion in 'Las Vegas for the Frugal (not Cheap)' started by applejuic3, Dec 12, 2012.

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  1. applejuic3

    applejuic3 Newbie

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    Hello,

    I just found this board the other day when doing research for my upcoming Vegas trip from Dec. 17th-20th.

    I found ACG and realized it was the perfect opportunity for the four of us to profit on some match play and slot play coupons, especially because we do not have any memberships to the casinos which offer it to new members.

    My plan is to purchase the 2012 ACG for all four of us, and then use it in combination with all of the other promotions I have found.

    However, can I purchase both the 2012 ACG and 2013 ACG and use both of the coupons on there for slot play and match play?

    For instance, the El Cortez has a $10 slot play for all members in both issues, and I am wondering if I can use both of them since they come from different year issues?

    Any help, tips, advice would be appreciated.

    Thank you,
    Kevin
     
  2. Buddha

    Buddha VIP Whale

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    First of all ... the 2012 ACG coupons are still good until the ending date on the back of the coupons ... usually Dec. 29 or 30. The 2013 ACG coupons are good as soon as the books were sold in this past November.

    HOWEVER ... I seriously doubt that you will be allowed to double up at a property with free-play coupons from both editions. You can always ask at the players club, but I would not expect it to be allowed. I would expect a "no" answer for any matching 2012 / 2013 coupons that must be taken to the player's club.

    Now ... if it's a food coupon to be redeemed at a buffet or diner, or MP's taken directly to the tables, you would probably be OK, as long as you use them at separate times.

    When in doubt, read the rules of each coupon, front & back. Good luck .....
     
  3. psimon68

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    I have done this in the past. Not recently, so maybe the rules change. Sometimes they will only let you use one or the other on a single day. I'm pretty sure that's the case at El Cortez ($10 Free Play). But you can go back the next day and use the other one.
     
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