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January 24th, 2015 at 1:27:17 PM permalink
I am moving to Vegas. I enjoy the various mail offers I already receive from several Vegas Casinos, but the value of free rooms is definitely being downgraded for me. When it comes to Free Play offers and event invitations, is it better to keep my out of state address or change my cards to reflect my new local address?
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January 24th, 2015 at 1:54:29 PM permalink
Out of state is better
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January 24th, 2015 at 2:19:26 PM permalink
I've asked other people at the Silverton about this before-- evidently, it was pretty common knowledge amongst the locals that, there, locals get match play and free play, out of staters got rooms and about half as much free play.

(This was maybe a year and a half ago.)
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January 24th, 2015 at 3:05:13 PM permalink
For the most part strip properties out of state, off strip local. Downtown is probably about equal I think, varies by property a little bit. If you will be out of town frequently and don't have anyone to help you out, that's a consideration. If your address is local younr offers will generally be broken down in 5-7 day time periods.
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January 24th, 2015 at 3:49:30 PM permalink
Remember -- if they keep you with an out-of-state address, your mail will get sent to that address. If you know whoever is living there, this could work out well, as they'd just have to call/message you whenever they got something for you from a casino. If you don't know the people living there, then you'll have to figure it out on your own (ie: show up on the days when you would normally expect FP, pop a card in, and hope you have FP)....or go to a boothling and say you lost/forgot/dog-ate-it my "funny thing I get in the mail that always gives me paper cuts / now my mailman thinks I'm a degenerate gambler (but I am)".
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