I was just going off of 'Ibeatyouraces' story. It just seems like it's not going to be that much due to the severe lack of details, but since I'll already be staying at the Ameristar I might as well check it out on my way over there.
How cool. We'll get you your rebate after your loss when we feel like it. What a joke. Is this even legal?
They should be able to state at the start of the promotion when you are eligible to have the rebate available to you. Not doing that definitively is ludicrous in my opinion, and should be illegal. ."
Okay, I called Argosy KC twenty minutes prior to making this post and got the following information, but first:
DISCLAIMER: This information is based on information given to me by a Player's Club Representative. I accept no personal responsibility whatsoever if any of this does not end up being the case. Wizard of Vegas, nor any affiliated websites or companies accept any responsibility if any of this does not end up being accurate. This information is based solely on a conversation with the PC Rep.
1.) This promotion applies to first day losses of up to $500 on either Slots, Video Poker or Table Games.
2.) In terms of being a Marquee Rewards Players Club Member, you must either:
A.) Be a new Marquee Rewards Member
B.) Be a current Member, but have not played at any Penn National Gaming or Gaming and Leisure Properties Casino in either the states of Kansas or Missouri in the last year.
3a.) Table Games losses are reimbursed on a $10 for $10 basis, up to $500 in Promotional Chips. If you lose less than $500, then your reimbursement will be rounded down to the nearest $10.
NOTE: These are Promotional Chips rather than Non-Negotiable chips. Promotional Chips do not stay up on a win, therefore, are worth slightly less than half of face value on Even Money bets. If they can be used on Blackjack, then slightly more than half. If they can be used on long-shots; then generally, the longer the shot, the better the value.
3b.) On Slots or Video Poker, the player will be reimbursed only $5 on a loss of $1-$49, but everything after is a $50 for $50 basis once you have lost fifty up to $500. If you lose less than $500, but more than $49, any losses that are not a multiple of $50 will result in the FP being rounded down to the nearest $50.
4.) The player will receive a mailer within 3-6 weeks of incurring the loss with the Promo chip coupons or thing to take to the PC to collect the FP. There will be a date range, but the rep does not know what it is. If you are not local, however, she said that they would probably increase your date range if you cannot make it by talking to a supervisor.
That's all I've got for now.
So seems like the right play is VP for a 100% loss rebate vs. 50% for table games
Mission was talking to a $10-13/hr slot boothling, it is extremely common for them to not know details about a lot of things or give misinformation simply because they don't know....