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Win Cards

Discussion in 'Casino Gaming' started by stackinchips, Aug 28, 2012.

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  1. stackinchips

    stackinchips High-Roller

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    Okay so I know that Mandalay Bay, Four Queens, CC, and Tropicana all have Win Cards, but does anyone know what the amounts are and how often/many times you can buy them? Thanks in advance!
     
  2. jughead1963

    jughead1963 Tourist

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    MB and CC can used every six months and MB is buy 20 get 30 and CC is buy 10 get 15 but there was a bonus offer of buy 20 get 30 on top of the first offer. Whether the bonus is still running I don't know.:nworthy:
     
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    ValerieJo Low-Roller

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    Sorry if this is a dumb question but What are Win Cards? We'll be at the 4 Queens on our upcoming visit. Is this something I need to know? :eek:

    Thanks in advance.
     
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    atom High-Roller

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    Win cards are sold at the players club. Four Queens does offer them. You get a small packet with rules and tips for a casino game or games. Generally, you also get free play (table games) for a slightly higher amount than the cost of the packet. I believe 4Q was $25 and you got 30 in table game play.
     
  5. stackinchips

    stackinchips High-Roller

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    Win cards are essentially "cheat sheets" for strategy and payouts on roulette, craps, and BJ. They're meant for beginners as a reference, but they come with some free chips. It varies from casino to casino, but you typically pay $20 for the package, and will get the three Win cards, 20 dollars in regular chips, and an additional $10 (or whatever amount) in non-negotiable chips that you can play with until you lose them. There is also usually a $1 tip slip that you bet for the dealers. Not many people know about these, but it's an easy way to get a free 5-20 dollars in free chips and you can typically get them multiple times.
     
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