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What are the best offers for new members of players clubs these days?

Discussion in 'Comps' started by Simpatt, Apr 10, 2015.

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  1. Simpatt

    Simpatt Low-Roller

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    So I'm headed on a trip with a Vegas virgin in May, I'm keen to know which players clubs offer the best introductory offers/freebies these days? When I first started to go to Vegas free buffets/free play were plentiful, dare I say most of these have dried up these days?

    Thanks for your help guys!
     
  2. VegasSchemer

    VegasSchemer Low-Roller

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    If you can get your hands on some coupons, there are a few good spots to take take newbies. I usually take people to Ellis Island with a coupon so they get at least $20 in freeplay. I also take people to Circus Circus so they can practice playing the tables with little risk using the $30 for $45 promo chips. If they flew Allegiant, then there's lots of starters in there. Outside of that, most places just throw 5-10 in freeplay at you. Without coupons, there aren't many awesome offers.

    I think Casino Royale currently has a lose $20, get $20 in freeplay (and $20 for every $100 lost after that).
     
  3. BreakEven

    BreakEven Low-Roller

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    Doesn't seem to be in ACG, can't find it in an online search. Still a valid coupon for this, or was that previous years?
     
    Only 2nd trip for year :(
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    I think they're talking about the "Win Cards"

    They have a website at: http://www.wincards.com/index.html

    But some have said that the list of what casinos you can get them at isn't up to date (fewer casinos than what is listed there offer them still).

    Basically you buy them from the casino (usually either the player club or the main casino cage) and you get little "How To..." cards on playing the games and then you get some promo chips. You get more in promo chips than the cost, IE: it might cost $20 to buy but you get $30 in promo chips.
     
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