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Getting More myVEGAS Rewards

About a month ago, someone contacted me about the non-seasonal 2-Comp Night Rewards (which I then researched and wrote about in my Two versions of myVEGAS Two Night Comp Room Rewards post). I hadn’t been able to see those Rewards until I made some chip purchases. Even then, the 2-Night Comp Rewards didn’t show up instantly. I had made $30 in chip purchases over the course of a week when they appeared. I do not know what amount triggered it since nothing changed instantly. It wasn’t until logging in one morning that the new 2-Night Rewards appeared. Continue reading Getting More myVEGAS Rewards

Two versions of myVEGAS Two Night Comp Room Rewards



myVEGAS’s 2 Night Comp Room Rewards come in two different flavors. Everyone who plays should be able to see the seasonal 2 Comp Nights Rewards (like the current 2 Comp Nights: Fall 2017).
If you purchase chips, though, you may be able to get non-seasonal Two Comp Room Nights Rewards (the different spelling is intentional – myVEGAS uses the number 2 for the seasonal Rewards and spells out two for the regular Rewards). Continue reading Two versions of myVEGAS Two Night Comp Room Rewards

myVEGAS adds Carnival Cruise Rewards

myVEGAS has added Carnival Cruise Line as a Partner.

Carnival Cruise Rewards are limited to 3 per player in a 90 day rolling period (similar to  the MGM Rewards 3 in 30 Days limitation, but this is 3 in 90). They are also limited to one Reward per sailing (which makes sense, since they are only offering cruises, not add-ons).

The Rewards are good for one room with 2 people. Rewards must be booked within 14 days (the cruise itself can be much further in the future – right now, dates through July 2018 are available)

 

Preparing for your trip – Game Training and Practice

One of the things I do to get ready for a trip is to train and/or practice the games I plan on playing.  For games where skill is involved, it helps me fine tune my skills and serves as a refresher for some of the more intricate decisions. For less skilled games, it serves as a rules refresher and helps me get amped up for those games.

Here are a few of my favorite pre-trip training and practice options :

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