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Using both LVA MRB and ACG coupons on same coupon run...

Discussion in 'Las Vegas for the Frugal (not Cheap)' started by freez111, Jan 5, 2015.

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  1. freez111

    freez111 Tourist

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    While the LVA MRB looks great this year, there are some of the same matchplays and freeplays that are in the ACG.

    Has anyone had either great success or problems using both at the same time/table (matchplays) or redeeming freeplay to players card at same time at the booths??

    i hope to be able to use all on one go around coupon run...thoughts?

    any help is greatly appreciated!

    freez
     
  2. Iamrice

    Iamrice High-Roller

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    Most places won't let you do two in the same day.

    They want you to come back.

    Sorry.
     
  3. Ben Jammin

    Ben Jammin VIP Whale

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    Just use some discretion. Don't play both at the same table with the same pit boss. Some casinos track through the players club, most don't. Just be indiscreet. The dealers really don't care. The pit might, but it's not such a big deal unless you are too obvious.
    There used to be teams that would go in and play only the match plays and leave. The idea is they want you to play. If the rules are decent then why not? You might win. If I win my match play on the first decision then I usually play a few more hands. After all, why do we go to Vegas?
     
  4. Jimbucc

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    When you use your free plays, ask at the players club if you can use them both. They really are two separate entries in their system. Some of the free plays in the books require you to play $10 first. I would do those separately. Some of the match plays require you to redeem them at the players club. Again, all you can do is ask. I have my wife with me so she uses one book and I use the other. It helps to simplify the problem. We do match plays together at the roulette wheel. However we never place bets against each other. I play even or odd and she plays black or red.
     
  5. chef

    chef Resident Buffetologist

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    I've used both and have been turned down for trying to use both - depends on specific casino. Or, do like what Ben Jammin suggests and try a different table. I've also had success going that route. It is certainly so much easier to take care of everything on one casino run.

    The dilemma with MPs is feeling like a scum bag for going the hit-n-run route, but knowing you have to for maximizing their value.
     
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