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How long to expect to get an Mlife offer

Discussion in 'Comps' started by KBT2012, Jan 20, 2017.

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  1. KBT2012

    KBT2012 High-Roller

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    Hey guys - was wondering how long it takes to get an Mlife offer from your play typically. Perhaps I didn't play enough to even get one?

    I spent 4 nights at bellagio at the beginning of October and after the trip I earned about 45,000 tier credits spread across all Mlife properties except Luxor and Mirage. Most of it was craps ($25 pass line, 2 come bets full odds and usually $25 in prop bets per roll). Then about 2,000 coin in slots in random spots. Maybe the spread over the casinos hurt me? Have yet to receive anything at all - but some insight may show this play didn't merit anything.
     
  2. Its Only Money

    Its Only Money VIP Whale

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    How many of those TCs were earned through dollar spen and how much through play. MLife gives you 25 TCs per $1 spent in Vegas.

    How many hours over the 4 days did you play craps. I'm a dice player at MLife with a typical average bet rated at between $100 - $150 per roll and get three nights at any MLife resort with resort credit ranging from $100 - $350 depending on property. In my general offers I get suite options everywhere but Bellagio and Aria. I typically give 3 - 4 hours of play a day on average as well.

    I would say you should be getting something at this point. If you are ready to book and don't have anything online give the VIP line of the resort you'd like to stay a call. I find it's typically better to call anyway. Good luck.
     
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