Al3xK said: In Vegas now and here's a tip, it costs $4 at the MGM for a coke from the fridge, but the fridge is stocked full so you can't use it. It's worth the $4 so that you can buy a small space to put stuff...aka remove the coke and put things on the weighted square. I've already kept my mixed drink cold, kept my room service club sandwich that I couldn't finish fresh, etc with it.
It seems like the most useful $4 I can spend to get a square. I keep the "privacy please" thing on the door so the hotel staff doesn't come in and stick another coke on it.
We should also have an "I'm drunk" thread on here.
This is actually a great time. Sometimes you can just ask nicely at the front desk and they'll send a fridge over for free, especially if you have small children.
zerosports said: What can you redeem on MyVegas Game?
Plenty of things. Vouchers for shows, food, drinks, rooms, room upgrades etc. My wife and I have been playing since around Feb 1st and have almost enough to redeem 3 rewards each. We are going for pair of Zumaniti tickets, $150 steakhouse voucher at Circus Circus, pair of Bellagio Buffet vouchers, $100 dinner credit to Nine Fine Irishman at NyNy, then a few throw ins maybe drink vouchers
I've been playing for about 10 days, I don't maximize and go through the hoops like some people, but with minimal time invested I'm up to 10k points. Heading to Vegas in June so I've got plenty of time. Going for the 2 free nights at the Mirage to start with, anything left over after that will go for food.
I've seen some people get hundreds of thousands of loyalty points within a month. I think they start out buying or something though and blackjack seems to be the secret to leveling up fast. What do you guys play?
Just an update for you guys. For 3/30 limits, I've confirmed that buying $5 changes it to 4/30, buying $99 + a $5 package gets you 6/30 and buying $238 worth gives you 10/30. Of course this might change, but this is what i got talking to my myvegas friends. Hope that helps.
Al3xK said: In Vegas now and here's a tip, it costs $4 at the MGM for a coke from the fridge, but the fridge is stocked full so you can't use it. It's worth the $4 so that you can buy a small space to put stuff...
You mean you need to pay every time you open the fridge that's inside your room?
ishyarai said: Al3xK said: In Vegas now and here's a tip, it costs $4 at the MGM for a coke from the fridge, but the fridge is stocked full so you can't use it. It's worth the $4 so that you can buy a small space to put stuff...
You mean you need to pay every time you open the fridge that's inside your room?No, it means you might need to buy something jsut to get some space in the fridge to store your own stuff.
dohethman said: What kind of company has 6 year laptop running still, lol.
Mine is the only one, I had it 2 years ago and just hung onto it. It's not my main computer, I have a high powered desktop at work. I keep the laptop at home for "working" from home. As I said, the IT guys don't care that I keep, most people here don't have laptops, the ones that do are 1-2 years old.
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