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Problem using "traded" coupons?

Discussion in 'Coupons & Sweepstakes' started by Valerie, Jan 13, 2017.

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  1. Valerie

    Valerie Tourist

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    Has anyone had a problem using "extra" coupons they trade for? Don't they need to remain attached in the book until used?
     
  2. Natural21

    Natural21 Low-Roller

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    Never had a problem with ACG coupons. I always remove them from the book at home.
    Good luck. :beer::beer:
     
  3. VegasSchemer

    VegasSchemer VIP Whale

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    With LVA, I just put them in the spot where they ago and then pretend to tear them out.
     
  4. Valerie

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    Thanks, I was wondering how everyone was able to use coupons they traded for. I have both ACG and LVA books.
     
  5. Golden Retriever

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    As VegasSchemer said, just put the traded LVA coupon in the area of the used coupon, and pretend to detach it from the book. Most don't ask to see the book, but some do. As for the ACG, make sure you have the 'Discount Card' with you, no one will ask for the entire book.
    Do you still need any coupons? If so, email me at kleitzsch at gmail dot com.

    Klaus
     
  6. Valerie

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    Thanks, I was hoping I didn't need to carry the ACG book around. So, the card is the only thing needed or do I need the ACG card and coupon from the book?
     
  7. Golden Retriever

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    Card and coupon. Rarely have been asked for the card (maybe twice in 5 years)
     
  8. Valerie

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    Thank you.
     
  9. Venus1971

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    I have been asked at Sams Town buffet and Hooters Players Club too look at MRB. I have been asked at Hooters and Rio buffet for ACG card.
     
  10. Daani

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    You don't need to carry the whole ACG. I do something that is probably considered terrible, but it works. I tear the coupon section from the rest of the book and just carry that. The card goes in my wallet.:whistle:
     
  11. dcrawf

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    ACG book is very bulky, nobody will ask to see the whole book. Only Ellis Island has ever asked to see the card, and then only rarely. MRB fits easily in your pocket. I make semi-big production of tearing MRB coupon out im front of dealer/slot club person. If neccessary put the "traded for" coupon directly in front of/behind a coupon you have no interest in and tear them out together
     
  12. Valerie

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    Lol, thanks everyone. I got my LVA book and it just so happens the Wicked Spoon coupon is a separate card ( sorta like a business card). I guess the booklets were printed after they (cosmopolitan) agreed to be in the book?
     
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