The catch is that Nothing is what it seems to be anymore.Quote: Alembert
MGM apparently has a partnership with Facebook. Play free games on facebook, collect points that can be redeemed for comps at MGM locations in Vegas. Is this legitimate? What is the catch?
The game is designed to be addictive and make money through the purchase of game chips. Also, the decent comps take at least dozens of hours of play to earn.
MyVegas is one of those games. Your loyalty to them is that you play games based on their property names. It's very easy to earn a deck of cards and free dice, but the die hard fans are going to go for the 25,000 points it requires for $50 meal credit or even the offer of free nights. The games are mindless (except blackjack) and if you spend passively an hour or two a day at it to collect the 50K coins from the MyVegas groups and the 20K or so in property drops per day, you can probably get 700K of action on the slots there (at 90% payback). It takes about 2.5K in action to get 10 points while playing at a realistic rate. I'm guessing you would accumulate about 3K in earnings over 2 hours a day. If you play at the higher levels, you could probably earn about 1.5K in an hour. At that rate you're looking at about 16 hours to earn a $50 meal credit and about 48 hours to earn a free night.
You have the passive ability for autospin so you can multitask, only clicking when you win a bonus or at the end of the autospin.
For me, I've decided that I'm going to see how long it takes to earn 200K points, which is enough for 2 free nights, a dinner at a buffet or steakhouse, and a Cirque show. I am guessing that it would take about 5 months at one hour per day. And that would be my Vegas trip for 2014.
I've been following the same plan, auto spin while I multitask to earn a vacation. But what are the "groups?" I've just been picking up the day spin and property drops.