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Which coupon book to use for match play and free slot play

Discussion in 'Las Vegas for the Frugal (not Cheap)' started by LadyLovesLV, May 25, 2015.

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  1. LadyLovesLV

    LadyLovesLV Tourist

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    I am already signed up for various players clubs, but not all of them. I was thinking that the LVA coupon book would be a better value for me since most of the gambling coupons seem to specify that you can be an existing member as opposed to ACG which looks like a lot of the gambling coupons are for new players. Not interested in food or show coupons. Thoughts? Also is there another coupon book I should be looking at? Thanks!!
     
  2. westie

    westie VIP Whale

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    I agree with your assessment that the LVA (online) membership is the best deal for MPs and freeplay. Casino perks was a decent value years ago, but not recently.
     
  3. Catzilla

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    I was also looking at the LVA Rewards Book. They refer to "exclusive" online deals that are offered throughout the year. What kind of things are included in that? Since I am often solo, I like that some places offer 50% discount for an individual on the BOGO buffet coupons.

    And, is the coupon always sufficient, or are their rewards where you actually have to have the book?
     
  4. westie

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    You should have the coupon book, but it easily fits in your back pocket or a purse. The online deals have been disappointing and nothing has been added in the interim since the beginning of the year. The 2 online, printable coupons that have provided me with the most value are for the South Point, but those are 2/1 show tickets and buffets so you won't find much value. Here is a link to the online coupons:
    http://couponsinvegas.com/coupon.cfm?id=151
     
  5. Catzilla

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    Thank you, westie.

    I was wondering if I could share the coupons I wouldn't ever use with friends, but needing the book might make that difficult.
     
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