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    I have an offer for $500 in gaming vouchers from CET. Anyone know if these are "play until you lose" or "one and done" vouchers?

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    Click or hover your mouse to enlarge image Originally Posted by stackinchips Click or hover your mouse to enlarge image
    I have an offer for $500 in gaming vouchers from CET. Anyone know if these are "play until you lose" or "one and done" vouchers?
    My experience is that they are play until you lose. BUT, you do not control the denomination. It's whatever the computer spits out. With the Reel Rewards, you can determine the denominations as long as there aren't more than 10 coupons (so you could do 10x$50 = $500 but not 20x$25 = $500).

    While I don't like to play slots and I normally play tables, I always get mine in Reel Rewards. I take them into the HL Room and use the video poker machines to turn them into cash.

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    I'm my experience the ones I get from Rio with room offers are play till you lose. Mine are generally $25 tickets. Which I'd fine for me and I've never asked to have anything smaller so I can't comment on not being able to get other denominations.

    I use them at baccarat and have my wife bet against me til I've turned all my vouchers into cash.

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    Sounds like fun free money, how can I sign up? Click or hover your mouse to enlarge image

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    OK - I just used these 2 weeks ago in vegas - here is how it worked for me so I am assuming they will be the same, in my case I had $450 worth.

    #1 - They all must be used at the same casino. Once issued I believe you have 48 hours to use them.

    #2 - Be careful of the terminology - a "gaming voucher" is for table games, I am not sure what the one's for slot machines are called by the cashier - be clear before you get them as once they are issued they cannot be re-issued.

    #3 - You go to the casino cashier at the cage of the casino you want to play your play at to redeem. They can generate a maximum of 10 vouchers, so, in my case (and I am assuming yours as well) they will be in $50 denomination. You must play the entire amount of the voucher whether it is a table game or for the slots, so, if you get a slot voucher you must put the entire $50 in 1 machine and play until the $50 is used up, and then you can cash out. You need to track how much you have spent because any winnings will also show up on your credit meter.

    #4 - You must bet each voucher in it's entirety - so if they are $50, you simply place the paper voucher in the betting circle and the whole $50 plays. If you win, they pay you your money, and the voucher STAYS. You continue to play it until you lose it. All other rules of the game are the same.

    Remember to be vary specific with the cashier as to whether you want to use the rewards for table games or slots.

    The vouchers were vary luck for me!

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    Click or hover your mouse to enlarge image Originally Posted by GolferTrav Click or hover your mouse to enlarge image
    With the Reel Rewards, you can determine the denominations as long as there aren't more than 10 coupons (so you could do 10x$50 = $500 but not 20x$25 = $500).
    Didn't know that. So if you have more than $1000 in free play at a time, there must be higher denoms than $100 if the max is 10 coupons? I have $2500 free play coming up at PH next month!

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