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Old Jun 14, 11, 10:03 am
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most free play?

Vegas - who's offering the best deal on free play? I'm a Grazie newbie (still don't understand a great deal of their system) but I'm thinking about joining other programs as well. Your input is greatly appreciated.
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Old Jun 17, 11, 6:54 am
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Originally Posted by eagleeye702 View Post
Vegas - who's offering the best deal on free play? I'm a Grazie newbie (still don't understand a great deal of their system) but I'm thinking about joining other programs as well. Your input is greatly appreciated.
What do you mean by free play? Free match plays? Comp dollars? No one offers "free play" directly. Please be a little more specific.
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Old Jun 17, 11, 12:35 pm
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Originally Posted by SnoopDaddy View Post
What do you mean by free play? Free match plays? Comp dollars? No one offers "free play" directly. Please be a little more specific.
I get free play all of the time in addition to room and food offers. The casino puts a certain dollar amount on your players card and you load it into the slot machine. You have to cycle it through once and are free to cash out with your winnings if you wish to.
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Old Jun 18, 11, 4:04 pm
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Old Jun 18, 11, 8:08 pm
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Thanks for the input. Like I said, I'm new to these loyalty rewards programs. Still learning, still trying to compare "apples-to-apples" and can't. Still trying to figure out where my dollar earns the most. I like to play $.25 slots and I don't anticipate getting to Platinum anytime soon.
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Old Jun 19, 11, 1:37 pm
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Originally Posted by donnde View Post
I get free play all of the time in addition to room and food offers. The casino puts a certain dollar amount on your players card and you load it into the slot machine. You have to cycle it through once and are free to cash out with your winnings if you wish to.
Sorry I'm a table player and didn't even think of slots. So I really can't answer the original question well.
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Old Aug 24, 11, 3:11 pm
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Originally Posted by eagleeye702 View Post
Vegas - who's offering the best deal on free play? I'm a Grazie newbie (still don't understand a great deal of their system) but I'm thinking about joining other programs as well. Your input is greatly appreciated.
FWIW, I just came home from vegas and found that Silverton Casion gave me $5 and a free buffet when I signed up for their card. My friend who had a room there was offered a survey and got more $ than I did. The money transfers at a slot machine t oyour card and you must play it out in that machine (I saw no way t oremove the original $). However, all winnings went to me and were cashed out. I made $25 profit or more that way.

By the way, both of us commented that this was an exceptional buffet there! It is unfortunate I missed Polynesiandinner night, but then again, here in Hawaii, every night is Polynesian dinner night.
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Old Aug 28, 11, 8:25 am
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In both the Harrahs and MGM system, free play is common, depending on the locale. Harrahs casinos in Atlantic City, have free play offers, almost on a daily basis, while in Vegas they, generally don't. All my free room offers in LAS, for the MGM group, always include free play and most of the time free food.
I'll be staying (free room included) in October at Harrah's Paris casino, and that promo included $500 in "casino play".

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