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Jimgotkp Jul 6, 14 11:46 am


Originally Posted by baccarat_king (Post 23151499)
Yes, Borgata puts a "minor" limitation. No matches from Resorts or Golden Nugget Atlantic City.

Interesting that Borgata doesn't status match the GN.

baccarat_king Jul 6, 14 2:39 pm


Originally Posted by Jimgotkp (Post 23151522)
Interesting that Borgata doesn't status match the GN.

Personally, I "think" that is an oversight. Doesn't really make much sense.

While on the subject; Golden Nugget Atlantic City is also very aggressive with status matching.


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Jimgotkp Jul 6, 14 6:55 pm


Originally Posted by baccarat_king (Post 23152313)
Personally, I "think" that is an oversight. Doesn't really make much sense.

While on the subject; Golden Nugget Atlantic City is also very aggressive with status matching.

How can they forget about their neighbor? :D :p

baccarat_king Jul 7, 14 6:16 am


Originally Posted by Jimgotkp (Post 23153329)
How can they forget about their neighbor? :D :p

Agree. And, from the reports I get lately, the Golden Nugget AC is one of the best kept "secrets" of Atlantic City (with regard to comps and promotions).

nrr Jul 7, 14 1:44 pm


Originally Posted by baccarat_king (Post 23155152)
Agree. And, from the reports I get lately, the Golden Nugget AC is one of the best kept "secrets" of Atlantic City (with regard to comps and promotions).

If you play outside AC (LAS, Reno, etc.) you have to play in a nationwide system, so, while GN might be great relative to AC, play there won't get you comps in LAS (say). [Borgata used to have a link with MGM-Mirage, now only Boyd.]

baccarat_king Jul 7, 14 5:52 pm


Originally Posted by nrr (Post 23157347)
If you play outside AC (LAS, Reno, etc.) you have to play in a nationwide system, so, while GN might be great relative to AC, play there won't get you comps in LAS (say). [Borgata used to have a link with MGM-Mirage, now only Boyd.]

You don't HAVE TO. You may, WANT TO, but you definitely don't HAVE TO.

I know many who play at Wynncore/Venetian in Vegas, Mohegan and Borgata on the East Coast.

In any event, Golden Nugget AC and Golden Nugget Vegas are associated and do cross market and promote.

Personally, it's sometimes better to NOT have all your eggs in one (nationwide) basket. Since, if that nationwide gaming company decides they are not really interested in your business, you are "screwed."

nrr Jul 8, 14 1:02 am


Originally Posted by baccarat_king (Post 23158810)
You don't HAVE TO. You may, WANT TO, but you definitely don't HAVE TO.

I know many who play at Wynncore/Venetian in Vegas, Mohegan and Borgata on the East Coast.

In any event, Golden Nugget AC and Golden Nugget Vegas are associated and do cross market and promote.

Personally, it's sometimes better to NOT have all your eggs in one (nationwide) basket. Since, if that nationwide gaming company decides they are not really interested in your business, you are "screwed."

Sticking with one major Casino system, like flying on one airline system, leads to lots of nice perks. But, as you note, I use Borgata as a backup (more so when they were linked with MGM-Mirage and I split most my play between MLife and TR).

bitachu Sep 17, 14 7:43 pm

i wonder if this will help for spg gold?

As a Seven Stars Member in the Total Rewards program, do I receive any special benefits in the SPG Program for registering to participate in the SPG-Total Rewards Member Benefits?
Yes. By registering for the SPG-Total Rewards Member Benefits: (1) a Seven Stars Member that is not a Gold Preferred Guest or a Platinum Preferred Guest in the SPG Program at the time of registration will receive Gold Preferred Status in the SPG Program within 2 weeks after registration and will maintain at least Gold Preferred Status for as long as he/she remains both a Seven Stars Member and a participant in the SPG-Total Rewards Member Benefits; and (2) a Seven Stars Member that is a Gold Preferred Guest or a Platinum Preferred Guest in the SPG Program at the time of registration for the SPG-Total Reward Member Benefits will maintain at least Gold Preferred Status in the SPG Program for as long as he/she remains both a Seven Stars Member and a participant in the SPG-Total Rewards Member Benefits.

jcc39 Nov 8, 14 12:10 am

Hi, i'm interested in signing up for the Founderscard and this TR diamond status offer if it's still available. Are there any FC members on this thread or FT for that matter than can PM me a referral code? Thanks!

baccarat_king Nov 8, 14 12:15 am


Originally Posted by jcc39 (Post 23809655)
Hi, i'm interested in signing up for the Founderscard and this TR diamond status offer if it's still available. Are there any FC members on this thread or FT for that matter than can PM me a referral code? Thanks!

Here is a link to join as a referral.

pricing details :

for an annual rate of $395 (vs. our standard rate of $795), valid through November 15, 2014.

shend82 Nov 10, 14 11:22 am

Has anyone used the founders card which made them a diamond member and went to Borgata to see if they upgraded them to Black label? Very interested in the card especially if I can get Black label at Borgata. Has anyone tried getting an upgrade at Mohegan Sun or Foxwoods?

dv8ed Dec 10, 14 9:57 pm

Has anyone recently signed up for FoundersCard at $295 rate? or $395 - $100 AMEX Gift Card = $295?

Diamond status still available as of Dec?

I would sign up if any of these promotions are still active.

baccarat_king Dec 11, 14 2:13 am


Originally Posted by dv8ed (Post 23977486)
Has anyone recently signed up for FoundersCard at $295 rate? or $395 - $100 AMEX Gift Card = $295?

Diamond status still available as of Dec?

I would sign up if any of these promotions are still active.

As far as I know there is a current active promotion for :


As a gift for the holidays, we would like to extend a very special offer to join FoundersCard at a preferred annual rate of $495.

As an added bonus, you will receive a $200 American Express Gift Card once you become a member.

Apply for Membership by December 31, 2014 at the preferred annual rate of $495 and receive your $200 American Express Gift Card using the promo code: AMEX200
This is my referral link ; but be sure to advise them of promo code: AMEX200 after you use the referral and they finalise the application.

Caesars Diamond is still active; and takes around 4 weeks. If you would like me to inquire about expiry dates; I'd be happy to inquire.

72Rickc Dec 16, 14 10:07 pm

Sir may I use your code to sign up for the program?
Thank you,
Rick

baccarat_king Dec 17, 14 5:00 am


Originally Posted by 72Rickc (Post 24009481)
Sir may I use your code to sign up for the program?
Thank you,
Rick

Sure,

I did inquire about Caesars status (for 2015) and this is the official response :


With Caesar's it is officially good through March 2015 (note it does take up to 6 weeks to process once member and it is requested). We expect it to renew.


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