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Wynn status matching?

Discussion in 'Comps' started by DrScorpio, Jun 10, 2021.

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  1. rex2

    rex2 Low-Roller

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    How long did it take for the match offers to show up? I matched to plat last week and haven't seen any emails or any offers post to the account. Also haven't received any emails from them in over a year but to be fair I haven't logged any activity @ Wynn in years. It's so just far up the strip that I never bother to make it there if I'm not staying there already.
     
  2. cjcjcj

    cjcjcj VIP Whale

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    I also noticed this on my latest comp stay as well as the one we stayed in Feb. If anything it shows the casino cost for the room you have to "play off" to get any backend comps
     
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  3. WheatThins

    WheatThins Tourist

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    Thanks. This is very helpful information! The $50 daily breakfast credit is the only thing they "take out" of the Tower Suite benefits, when you're staying on a comp, correct? You still get priority seating at the buffet, etc.? (It makes sense that they take the breakfast credit out, because if you're playing at a level to get the Tower Suite comped, your offer would probably include upfront dining credit in the first place.)
     
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  4. Cageet

    Cageet new member of the handpay club

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    Yes, just the breakfast credit is removed. You still do get a separate line ("priority seating") for the Buffet and Terrace Pointe Cafe. There might be others, those are the only ones I remember.
     
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  5. kennyquach

    kennyquach Tourist

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    Matching Offer is just only one time in the entire life ? Or we can do Tier
    Match again if they have the offer ? Thank you
     
  6. Colesc15

    Colesc15 VIP Whale

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    Based on the fine print, Tableau should work for a breakfast using the credit unless I'm missing something?
     
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  7. Cageet

    Cageet new member of the handpay club

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    Tableau is right next to the Wynn Tower Suites elevators. Would be weird and awkward (and I'm sure they would get a lot of complaints) if the breakfast credit couldn't be used there.
     
  8. Colesc15

    Colesc15 VIP Whale

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    Sorry, I didn't clarify, the birthday food credit.
     
  9. Cageet

    Cageet new member of the handpay club

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    Tableau is not excluded from the "birthday dinner credit". But I dunno if the birthday dinner credit is literally meant for "dinner" only or if that's just another word for meal.
     
  10. FABismonte

    FABismonte Tell my wife I am "about even."

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    I had thought that the Wynn annual birthday credit had to be used on one meal. If so, using it for breakfast looks like a waste unless you are only around for that morning.
     
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    Colesc15 VIP Whale

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    Based on the menu at Tableau, it looks pretty easy to eat up $150
     
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  12. Colesc15

    Colesc15 VIP Whale

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    Good point. Has anyone tried using it for breakfast/lunch? It doesn't specify in the terms, it just references dinner over and over but no specific time.
     
  13. RC

    RC Low-Roller

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    Is anyone using their newly acquired Wynn status to match again at another property? I was most interested if Mlife would match to Wynn status.
     
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  14. FABismonte

    FABismonte Tell my wife I am "about even."

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    Wife used a $300 birthday month credit for lunch at Red 8. Had to take a bunch of dishes "to go" for the airplane trip as we could not eat $300 of Chinese food on one sitting. The fancier restaurants we were eyeing only opened for dinner and we could not catch our flight if we went that route.
     
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  15. Bubblehead

    Bubblehead Low-Roller

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    Wynn isn't on mLife's list of Nevada properties they'll match.
     
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  16. Dragonfly

    Dragonfly Low-Roller

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    Does the $300 Black level birthday meal need to be used all at once?
     
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    duceiswild Low-Roller

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    Yes, but you can order alcohol, and with most of Wynn’s wine lists, hitting $300 shouldn’t be a problem. Or order some Waygu or Caviar that you maybe wouldn’t normally eat
     
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  18. dankyone

    dankyone VIP Whale

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    I was thinking about that too, it’s really no trouble to have a $300 dinner for one at any restaurant at Wynn if you are trying…
     
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  19. cjcjcj

    cjcjcj VIP Whale

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    Or get a lot of tomato soup and grilled cheese to go !!! :D
     
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  20. RC

    RC Low-Roller

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    You confirm what I already was thinking, but I thought that I would ask anyway since I have not played rated @ Mlife for many years now and was hoping to return (with some status) to them as a rated player.
     
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