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Ellis island

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by danny8235, Feb 27, 2017.

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  1. danny8235

    danny8235 MIA

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    how much $ is the strip stk dinner with no coupons or card
    Is it worth getting the card an how do I get it
    Have been there man times for breakfast but not dinner
     
  2. smerrian

    smerrian View from Bally's

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    Take your driver's license (or other State ID) to the player's club booth. Tell them you want to apply for a player's card. Ask them how to get the $7.99 steak dinner and they will tell you. I believe that you get two coupons to get the $7.99 price. At least one of the coupons is obtained by playing $10 through the machines. The second, I believe, is just placed into your account. I believe each coupon is worth $2 so the original price of the steak dinner without belonging to the player's club would be about $11.99.
    Someone else can possibly correct any mistakes I may be relating.
     
  3. j52chips

    j52chips Low-Roller

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    Ellis is my #1 spot for Burgers , Prime Rib, BBQ, Country fried steak, & the Special. On my last stop there, without a card & no coup it was 12.99. With the first coup with your card it's 9.99. Next play thru $5 win or lose at a machine then get your next coup for 7.99 good for 4 people. Being my # 1 spot to eat, I only get the special when other friends want it. The rest of their stuff is actually good at reasonable prices. Enjoy it. I'll be there in a few months.
     
  4. Nevyn

    Nevyn VIP Whale

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    j52 has it right

    12.99
    9.99 if you print coupon (need a players card)
    7.99 with $2 off coupon after $5 of play on any machine.

    By the way, if you sign up for a card, they usually have a deal for free play after $x play, too. So your first time in, with a low variance VP game, excellent chance it won't cost you anything or you come out a little ahead. And of course, with LVA or ACG coupons ...
     
  5. The Rumor

    The Rumor VIP Whale

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    If you're not at all interested in using a card or coupon, you may want to consider ordering something else off of the regular menu. The deal isn't that special at $12/person when you consider the entire menu is cheap.
     
  6. wernerw

    wernerw Low-Roller

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    In January they told me the 9.99$ coupon is good for the whole party, the 2$ off after playing 5$ is good for one person only.
     
  7. vegasdev

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    and at $12, the steak ain't that great. perhaps still cheap for a steak dinner, but I would choose something else.
     
  8. wernerw

    wernerw Low-Roller

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    Definitely. The Prime rib is great
     
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