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Venetian/Palazzo Momopoly Game

Discussion in 'Casino Gaming' started by john1516inny, Jul 21, 2014.

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  1. john1516inny

    john1516inny Low-Roller

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    Has anyone redeemed prizes at the Grazie Desk, If you got a winning card from someone else can you still use it?
     
  2. ardee

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    They don't care where the card came from as long as you have a Grazie card and ID. We've picked up several of the small prizes: the Monopoly game, a very nice Ricardo beach towel, and about $50 in Free Play. Also got lots of discounts for places we don't eat at. :D
     
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    What are the details of this game? How easy to win prizes? I'm flying into Vegas on Wednesday for five days.
     
  4. john1516inny

    john1516inny Low-Roller

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    Thanks Ardee, getting the towel also and dinner at Aquaknox
     
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    Here you go. It's at the Venetian and Palazzo.

    http://www.palazzo.com/monopoly.html

    Basically you get a card at the slot desk for every 500 points you put on your card. The card you get has a scratch off portion and 2 game pieces. The game pieces are used to collect properties.

    It's on-going until the end of August I think.

    When I did it, I got 10$ in slot play from the scratch off portion.
     
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    You must be a Grazie club member and use your player's card while gaming at Venetian/Palazzo during the Monopoly promotion (Ends 7/31/14).
    You must accumulate 500 points for each Monopoly playing/scratch card redeemed at the Grazie desk.

    You can only scratch one of 4 squares on the card to redeem an "instant" prize/offer/free play, etc.
    If more than one square is scratched off of the card it becomes void and you don't get anything from that game piece.
    There is a 1:4 chance of winning a smaller prize such as example a Venetian Las Vegas-themed Monopoly game
    or a beach towel.


    The front of the game piece has a perforated area with two game pieces.
    They're for big prizes like $10-50,000 in cash or free play and a new Mercedes.
    If the game pieces match you win the prize. Odds are much higher to win any of that stuff, of course.

    Here's a link about the Monopoly Promotion:

    http://www.marketwired.com/press-release/more-than-3-million-cash-prizes-up-grabs-with-monopoly-venetianr-palazzor-las-vegas-1919831.htm


    By the way, when we were there last week a woman won for $2.6 MILLION on a progressive slot
    and one of the Grazie Club desk reps told my husband that the winning couple still came to get the 2 towels they won from the promotion.
    She was holding her GIANT cardboard check while waiting in line. Wish I'd have seen that one. I heard a lot of people talking about it on the casino floor the next day.

    Here's a link to that win: http://news.ballytech.com/press-release/jackpot-winners/lucky-winner-hits-26-million-jackpot-hot-shot-progressive-video-slot-p
     
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    Never mind. Both halves of ardee were replying to this simultaneously.
     
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