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Free dining credit at the Orleans

Discussion in 'Off-Strip Hotels' started by crazy44vegas, Mar 2, 2020.

  1. crazy44vegas

    crazy44vegas Tourist

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    I have $75 free food credit at the Orleans for our upcoming stay. When I made my reservation I asked if it had to be used all at one time or could be used during the duration of our stay. I was told that sometimes it does have to be used all at once, but my particular offer is not that way and I can use it at several dining places. Can anyone tell me where free food credit can be used at the Orleans? Thanks
     
  2. SMG

    SMG High-Roller

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    On previous stays, I've used my dining credit at Ondori's Asian Kitchen, Copper Whisk Cafe, and Prime Rib Loft. I'm pretty sure you can use it at the Medley Buffet too. If the comp offer is included as part of your stay, you'll have to charge everything to your room to get the credit. I haven't dined at the other restaurants, but you can always ask at the front desk.
     
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  3. DESPERADO

    DESPERADO VIP Whale

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    :wave:ditto with SMG.:beer:
     
  4. Vegas Todd

    Vegas Todd Currently on Double, Triple Secret Probation...

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    Your food credit isn't good at the food court (Subway, Fudruckers, Baskin Robbins, Sbarro) or TGIF.
    As far as I know, food credit is good everywhere else, including upstairs at the bowling alley snack bar.
     
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  5. Jake13

    Jake13 Low-Roller

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    If you decide you want to eat at TGIFridays, I would ask if they do or do not take food credit. TGIF always accepted them before last year. The only time that we ran into them not taking them was last year when the Orleans was using the stupid voucher system. The Orleans/Boyd has since went back to charging the cost of meals back to the rooms to get the food credit. So don't know if TGIF went back to accepting or not, but will soon find out. Leaving tomorrow for Orleans.
    And I do agree with others that food credits should be accepted all restaurants except the food court.
     
  6. philvie

    philvie Low-Roller

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    Pretty much like all the restaurants at the Orleans. Especially Big Al's
     
  7. Jake13

    Jake13 Low-Roller

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    Food credits given as benefits are charged to room and TGIF accepts this.
    Food vouchers as kiosk reward and printed at the kiosk state on them that TGIF does not accept those.
    That has been the case for us this week.
     
  8. vegasvette

    vegasvette High-Roller

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    The offer I used at the end of February included $25 food credit. Upon check in, the desk did not mention anything about the food credit. However, when I went to a kiosk for the first time, several coupons printed, including a $25 food voucher. I didn't know if it was different from my offer. Throughout my stay, I charged my room with two charges in the food court, and one from Java coffee. The total was $20-$30 I believe. I never used the printed voucher.

    Upon check out, I was told my total bill was for the room charges. I explained my offer and the clerk told me I should have used it at ONE purchase. I merely said I didn't know that and she wrote off the room charges.

    I feel how the offer food credit is given varies among Orleans staff.