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    Anybody get the MGM beau rivage offer in March

    Anybody get this offer? Flight, hotel, and some free play and you just have to pay a 50 dollar convenience fee.

    Iím definitely thinking of taking advantage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pittsburgh View Post
    Anybody get this offer? Flight, hotel, and some free play and you just have to pay a 50 dollar convenience fee.

    Iím definitely thinking of taking advantage.
    Great offer, used it before. Smoothly run down to the transportation and check in, highly recommend!


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    I used this same offer many times. Try it and you will like it. To get around to other casinos in Biloxi the city offers a bus system just for that called the Hopper.
    Info here
    https://coasttransit.com/casino-hopper/ You need exact change. The Hard Rock is next door and an easy walk.

    The Beau was built by Steve Wynn and resembles a Vegas property in many ways.
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    I got one, and I'm thinking about it. Mine, from Chicago, is the last week in Feb. Free transport, free hotel, $600 in free play. The $50 fee for me and whoever I bring, but that comes back as $50 in free slot play each. I'm thinking about it, but 5 days is a long vaca so early in the year.

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    I've taken one of these MGM junkets to Beau Rivage before and I really enjoyed it. Very streamlined and organized. Worth it to say you went to Biloxi for a visit if you've never been. However, make sure you visit some of the other casinos as well. I found the Beau to be a very tight casino, expensive but beautiful. I enjoyed Hard Rock next door and IP personally.

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    Nice but 5 days in Biloxi is a long time.


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    I was going to take them up on it. I spent a lot of my time at Cosmo in Vegas in 2018, so I only managed Gold with Mlife. I know enough to avoid those horrible "Specialty Games" and I do OK sticking to "standard" slots for the $3 coin = 10 tier credits.

    I thought I could hit them up early in 2019, use my accelerated TC earning (20%) and set myself up for Platinum once more for the year.

    Looking over the rules for the Beau, it's $3 coin for a base point (Non-Specialty) which only nets 2 TC's. Yikes! I would have to play 5 times as much to earn the same Tier Credits as I would in Vegas.

    When I do the Borgata junket, they have the same TC junk earning, but they offset that with all the bonus slot dollars and comp dollars you earn. I cant see much reason to do Beau.

    My $1K per day bankroll usually nets me close to $10K coin per day in Vegas. That is 3,333 points X 20% bonus = 40,000 tier credits. 5 days of play and I'm usually on point for Platinum. The same play at Beau is 6,666 TC's per day, VS 40,000. That is a huge downer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pittsburgh View Post
    Anybody get this offer? Flight, hotel, and some free play and you just have to pay a 50 dollar convenience fee.

    Iím definitely thinking of taking advantage.

    I was born in Pittsburgh, and spent my 1st 17 years there. Anyway, I have taken this junket from Jacksonville, Fl. Most of my offers are for 3 days. On the 1st day you leave later in the afternoon so, by the time you get there, check-in, eat etc, that 1st day is gone. And, on the 4th day, you leave very early in the AM. So you actually have 2 full days there. I used to get the $50 cost, but then it went up to $159. As I live 7 hours away, I just drive over and stay for 6 nights.

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    We've done it many times and will be going again if mid-Feb. You do earn tier credits MUCH slower than in LV but reward credits pile up faster than in LV We love it there and you can't beat the price. Just a warning if you're a VP player: their VP is pathetic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nandjfrmnj View Post
    We've done it many times and will be going again if mid-Feb. You do earn tier credits MUCH slower than in LV but reward credits pile up faster than in LV We love it there and you can't beat the price. Just a warning if you're a VP player: their VP is pathetic.
    Right about the VP. After my last trip when they sent me a survey I commented on the poor VP payouts. I even pointed out that the two sides of the Breeze Bar have different payouts for a flush in DW.
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