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5 minutes ago, eoMMan said:

You haven't listened to him and willing to pay those ticket prices? 

Yikes. Ball out I guess. There should be a lot of women (not dry) in the crowd.

Huh?  The reason for the post was exactly the opposite, I'm not willing to pay those prices.  We "just want to get into the joint", meaning nosebleeds, which are nowhere to be found, yet.  The pricing was simply relaying info that I thought was interesting and gave a barometer.  Seats up high should be less than half those priices.

I would estimate finding a couple tickets for $250 is about right.  And considering he's one of the most talented performers in the world right now, I'd love to see what he's about, while he's still only 35.  People on here were talking about seeing some baseball game being minimum 100 bucks all said and done.  I would much rather check out something I've never seen before, a generational talent and in his prime.

Reviews have been stellar.  Only complaint I could find is he started a show 1/2 hour late.  LOFL, in Vegas no less.  Oh, and no cameras/phones was another, which is actually fantastic.

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Pick your package.

24 Karat Gold

Available at Bellagio & Aria

The ultimate for a party of four. Four VIP Banquette seats, $500 in food and beverage credits for your stay, Bruno swag, personal concierge and more. Add three nights in a Penthouse Suite at Bellagio or ARIA.

Package price/person $2,649*

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Upscale Funk

Available at Bellagio & Aria

Set the party off right with two premium floor seats, three nights in an upgraded room at Bellagio or ARIA, $200 in food and beverage credits for your stay, VIP entry to Park Theater and more.

Package price/person $1,239*

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Champagne Taste

Available at Park MGM

Ring in the return of Bruno with two Lower Bowl tickets at Park Theater, two nights in a Park MGM King or Queen room, and $100 in food and beverage credits.

Package price/person $829*

 

For comparison sake.

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4 minutes ago, Bob Sacamano said:

Pick your package.

24 Karat Gold

Available at Bellagio & Aria

The ultimate for a party of four. Four VIP Banquette seats, $500 in food and beverage credits for your stay, Bruno swag, personal concierge and more. Add three nights in a Penthouse Suite at Bellagio or ARIA.

Package price/person $2,649*

Learn More →

 

Upscale Funk

Available at Bellagio & Aria

Set the party off right with two premium floor seats, three nights in an upgraded room at Bellagio or ARIA, $200 in food and beverage credits for your stay, VIP entry to Park Theater and more.

Package price/person $1,239*

Learn More →

 

Champagne Taste

Available at Park MGM

Ring in the return of Bruno with two Lower Bowl tickets at Park Theater, two nights in a Park MGM King or Queen room, and $100 in food and beverage credits.

Package price/person $829*

 

For comparison sake.

You'd be crazy not to get one of these packages

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9 hours ago, Harry Frogfish said:

Thinking about seeing Bruno Mars at the Park Theater later this month.  There are a few tickets left on TM (not re-sale).  Lowest is $720, very good seats.  $875 for better, near the back of the lower/front tier.  $1450 for seats w/ service.  And get this, $8K for front row (two left).  What's weird is the night before (Friday), there are almost identical front row seats (2) for "only" $5K.  WTF?

We'll be comped at the Venetian so I'll ask the host there but I highly doubt we're at a level that would get this done.  Do any of you ballers have any other ideas?  We just want to get in the joint but I don't see a thing on Craigslist, yet.

I've never even listened to one of his albums but I wanna see this guy in his prime.

Individual tix, no room, through Mlife:

Jul 23 - starting at $900 per (upper bowl). $2k per (lower bowl)

Jul 24 - $2k per (lower bowl)

Jul 30 - $660 per (section 201) up to $5k per (front row)

Jul 31 - $720 per up to $8k per (front row)

 

 

 

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1 minute ago, Bob Sacamano said:

Individual tix, no room, through Mlife:

Jul 23 - starting at $900 per (upper bowl). $2k per (lower bowl)

Jul 24 - $2k per (lower bowl)

Jul 30 - $660 per (section 201) up to $5k per (front row)

Jul 31 - $720 per up to $8k per (front row)

 

 

 

Would have been nice to realize this was basically just a link out to Ticketmaster. 🙄

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So we are going to be staying at the NY NY--and for the first time, we won't have a car. What is the best way to get around other than taxi?  The Deuce bus looks like it is having staffing problems and there are not enough drivers/buses to keep up with the demand (recent reviews talk of people waiting an hour or more for one). The monorail is promising, but it seems you have to walk forever to find a station. We have never done Uber out there. If you order one. do they meet you in front of the hotel at the taxi stand area or do you have to pre-arrange a pickup spot somewhere else. 

I know the easy answer is walk, but with the high heat, 110--115 degrees is not fun to be out and about in. 

I miss not having a rental car out there, but there was no way I was paying those crazy prices. 

 

 

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Going in Sept.  Currently have Bellagio booked but here's the options I have for 4 nights:

NYNY    $286
Park MGM    $370
MGM    $392
Mirage    $473
Caesars    $631
Aria    $641
Bellagio    $762

Thoughts?

 

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30 minutes ago, Courtjester said:

So we are going to be staying at the NY NY--and for the first time, we won't have a car. What is the best way to get around other than taxi?  The Deuce bus looks like it is having staffing problems and there are not enough drivers/buses to keep up with the demand (recent reviews talk of people waiting an hour or more for one). The monorail is promising, but it seems you have to walk forever to find a station. We have never done Uber out there. If you order one. do they meet you in front of the hotel at the taxi stand area or do you have to pre-arrange a pickup spot somewhere else. 

I know the easy answer is walk, but with the high heat, 110--115 degrees is not fun to be out and about in. 

I miss not having a rental car out there, but there was no way I was paying those crazy prices. 

 

 

I was out there a few summers ago and walked most of the time.  It was 110+.  I hate waiting on uber/lyft, they have designated areas for pickup/dropoff, usually in the back of the casino.   

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46 minutes ago, Courtjester said:

So we are going to be staying at the NY NY--and for the first time, we won't have a car. What is the best way to get around other than taxi?  The Deuce bus looks like it is having staffing problems and there are not enough drivers/buses to keep up with the demand (recent reviews talk of people waiting an hour or more for one). The monorail is promising, but it seems you have to walk forever to find a station. We have never done Uber out there. If you order one. do they meet you in front of the hotel at the taxi stand area or do you have to pre-arrange a pickup spot somewhere else. 

I know the easy answer is walk, but with the high heat, 110--115 degrees is not fun to be out and about in. 

I miss not having a rental car out there, but there was no way I was paying those crazy prices. 

 

 

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I was out there a few summers ago and walked most of the time.  It was 110+.  I hate waiting on uber/lyft, they have designated areas for pickup/dropoff, usually in the back of the casino.  

Yep every casino has a designated rideshare pickup/dropoff area, usually clearly marked.  IMO if you don't want to walk that is the best option, but they are understaffed just like the rest of the service industry so your waits will be longer than normal.  Too easy to sit at home and make money for now.

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1 hour ago, Random said:

Going in Sept.  Currently have Bellagio booked but here's the options I have for 4 nights:

NYNY    $286
Park MGM    $370
MGM    $392
Mirage    $473
Caesars    $631
Aria    $641
Bellagio    $762

Thoughts?

 

I’d probably go Aria at those prices or Mirage if you want to save a few bucks. They’re all fine though, really. 

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On 7/9/2021 at 10:40 AM, Bob Sacamano said:

Individual tix, no room, through Mlife:

Jul 23 - starting at $900 per (upper bowl). $2k per (lower bowl)

Jul 24 - $2k per (lower bowl)

Jul 30 - $660 per (section 201) up to $5k per (front row)

Jul 31 - $720 per up to $8k per (front row)

Thanks.  Dug a little more and saw that there are plenty of tickets on Stubhub in the $250 range for July 31, so there's my ceiling and I'll take it.  Should find cheaper closer to the show, so I'll wait it out.  5,000 seat theater, we're fine wherever.  Reviews I've read are over the top for this "kid", looking forward to checking out something I've really never seen before.

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7 hours ago, Random said:

Going in Sept.  Currently have Bellagio booked but here's the options I have for 4 nights:

NYNY    $286
Park MGM    $370
MGM    $392
Mirage    $473
Caesars    $631
Aria    $641
Bellagio    $762

Thoughts?

No clue but I just checked on Park MGM earlier and it was a little over 200 for July 31 (Sat), with a minor AAA discount.

I booked the Venetian which was a "casino rate" of $369 for Saturday and $169 for Sunday.  Their website shows slashed (LOL) pricing of $415 (from $474) and $199 ($209) for those same dates.  There's an advertised "up to 25%" off on their main page, thus the lower rates.  So they gave me 15% on top of the current promo I guess.

Park MGM was about half the price of Venetian for my particular dates. 

Anyway, football season welcomes you!  And some were a little concerned about Vegas a year ago...

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8 hours ago, Courtjester said:

So we are going to be staying at the NY NY--and for the first time, we won't have a car. What is the best way to get around other than taxi?  The Deuce bus looks like it is having staffing problems and there are not enough drivers/buses to keep up with the demand (recent reviews talk of people waiting an hour or more for one). The monorail is promising, but it seems you have to walk forever to find a station. We have never done Uber out there. If you order one. do they meet you in front of the hotel at the taxi stand area or do you have to pre-arrange a pickup spot somewhere else. 

I know the easy answer is walk, but with the high heat, 110--115 degrees is not fun to be out and about in. 

I miss not having a rental car out there, but there was no way I was paying those crazy prices. 

 

 

We were there over the fourth of July weekend.  I'd recommend the tram.  It's like $13 for an all day pass.  The stations are sometimes a walk to get to, but it's in an air conditioned casino and less of the walk it would take to get where you are going (in the heat).  The tram ride itself is very quick.

A buddy ride shared/taxi'd all weekend and he did say the waits were much longer than usual.  In his experience, the taxi rides were usually cheaper than the Lyft rides, which were cheaper than Uber.  If that helps at all...

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Oh, another thing.  If you are going the next couple of months, make sure to fly early or late.  Planes won't take off after a certain temp and I'd expect that'll happen some more (can't lift).  Maybe the worst flying experience of my life was being stuck in a plane there on a tarmac at like 112 degrees.  With no AC.  ####### dumbasses kept us in there for hours, too, as if if the temperature was going to miraculously drop.

Then they scheduled us for the same time the next day, with the same weather.  And the same thing happened, never took off.  Luckily we didn't even go to the airport for that one.  Being stuck two EXTRA days in Vegas is not as fun as it sounds.

That's also why I just booked with Southwest instead of crapass Frontier.  No change fees (or baggage fee BS, like 30 bucks for carry on, min).

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So sitting in NY NY now, (like I mentioned on the Covid thread) place is jam packed. Very little masking to be found anywhere. We have had a good time, but I am ready to come home tomorrow. There just is only so much debauchery a 52 year old body can handle.   We lucked out and had good weather.  Our 16 year old daughter has really enjoyed herself. 

—We did the monorail, but wow. were some of those walks a haul to get where you wanted. 
—Vegas needs to get their escalators and moving walkways working. Several times today we saw they were not working and it really impacted some elderly people. 
—we had tickets for Tournament of Kings tonight and it just cancelled. No email—nothing. We only realized it when my wife checked our account today and saw the refund. We walked over prior to the show and they said it was closed until next week due to “technical difficulties”
—the smell of weed just permeates the whole casino  and I am from Colorado. Just overwhelming. 
—you snooze you loose if you want to eat places. You better use Open Table in advance to get your reservation. ##### Last Resort was a lot of fun but you better bring your thick skin. 
we had a great time overall

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Now that we are home, I thought I would add a few more thoughts 

The NY NY is a serviceable hotel. I mean, we have stayed there before and it does the job--nothing more, nothing less. We used the pre-check in on the phone and got the digital keys. That was great to skip the lines, but our 6th floor room had a wonderful view of duct work and the side of a generator. If we had checked in with a person, I would have at least asked to be upgraded to a room with some sort of view. We just kept the blinds shut the entire time. Their sports book is non-existent and the gambling was very tight. 

I have always wanted to eat at Benihana and we did that Wednesday. We had an entertaining chef and the food was delicious. The only thing that sort of stunk is we had couples on either side of us, who were not into the performance at all.  Why don't you just sit at a regular table then? The one lady kept bossing the cook around to not put this in her food or prepare it this way. Her boyfriend, despite ordering the six course meal, ate nothing. He just sat there drugged out of his mind. The other really young couple spent their entire time talking to their friends about being at Benihana's rather than enjoying being at Benihana's. I weep for today's generation.. 

My wife couldn't wait for Zak Bagan's Haunted Museum. We got the RIP package, which was $260. for us three. It was creepy and fun., There was a portion where you had to crawl on your hands and knees through this little dark tunnel that the hungover me could have done without. It took two hours and for fans of the show (like us) it was well worth it, but beware, it is extremely hot in that place and they don't allow water or bathroom breaks during the tour.  

The taxi/uber shortage is a real thing out there. We got done with the museum and the three groups in front of us called Uber/Lyft and the museum people called us a cab. It took 30 minutes for our cab to get there and I think it was only by sheer luck we got that one as they were dropping another couple off, but the other groups were still there as we left. Even at the hotels, the cabs would just trickle in one at a time every ten minutes, which shocked me because in the past I was used to seeing them lined up waiting for fares.

We are thinking about going back over Christmas with my other daughter and her boyfriend and doing the Palazzo. We have stayed there before and enjoyed it. 

 

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On 7/22/2021 at 1:08 AM, Courtjester said:

So sitting in NY NY now, (like I mentioned on the Covid thread) place is jam packed. Very little masking to be found anywhere. We have had a good time, but I am ready to come home tomorrow. There just is only so much debauchery a 52 year old body can handle.   We lucked out and had good weather.  Our 16 year old daughter has really enjoyed herself. 

—We did the monorail, but wow. were some of those walks a haul to get where you wanted. 
—Vegas needs to get their escalators and moving walkways working. Several times today we saw they were not working and it really impacted some elderly people. 
—we had tickets for Tournament of Kings tonight and it just cancelled. No email—nothing. We only realized it when my wife checked our account today and saw the refund. We walked over prior to the show and they said it was closed until next week due to “technical difficulties”
—the smell of weed just permeates the whole casino  and I am from Colorado. Just overwhelming. 
—you snooze you loose if you want to eat places. You better use Open Table in advance to get your reservation. ##### Last Resort was a lot of fun but you better bring your thick skin. 
we had a great time overall

Me thinks they did you a favor

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5 hours ago, Osaurus said:

Me thinks they did you a favor

Believe me, I have seen it a couple of times. We were only going so our daughter could say she had seen it. The show was $250+ for all three of us to go, so I don't mind that money coming back. 

Que the SNL reference......Link

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Heading to Las Vegas on Friday for a conference that starts on Sunday. Despite everyone being vaccinated, local protocol is requiring everyone to be masked while indoors. Not ideal. 

My wife and son were planning on joining me for a few days starting on Friday but now that the mask requirement is in effect, they will probably skip it. Kind of sucks considering I'm going to be gone for two weeks straight now (I arrived in Seattle yesterday and will be here until Friday, also for work). 

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3 hours ago, Senor Schmutzig said:

Heading to Las Vegas on Friday for a conference that starts on Sunday. Despite everyone being vaccinated, local protocol is requiring everyone to be masked while indoors. Not ideal. 

My wife and son were planning on joining me for a few days starting on Friday but now that the mask requirement is in effect, they will probably skip it. Kind of sucks considering I'm going to be gone for two weeks straight now (I arrived in Seattle yesterday and will be here until Friday, also for work). 

The renewed mask mandate plus skyrocketing pricing is threatening my annual buddies trip for a second straight year.  About 30% more expensive at this point, for the same trip at the same time at the same places, pre-covid.  We'd probably pay the extra if we knew we could be mask-free.  Masked?  Hell no.

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On 7/10/2021 at 12:39 PM, Random said:

Going in Sept.  Currently have Bellagio booked but here's the options I have for 4 nights:

NYNY    $286
Park MGM    $370
MGM    $392
Mirage    $473
Caesars    $631
Aria    $641
Bellagio    $762

Thoughts?

 

This trip is also near the tipping point of being cancelled.

JFC people, just get your shots.

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Just got back today.  Depending on the casino, there's probably at least 20-30% of the people inside with no masks.  I rarely saw security (or anyone else) telling people to put them on.  Obviously, a lot of people are walking around with drinks in their hands so maybe that's the excuse?  Or perhaps because the new masking rule went into effect on Friday and they were giving people time to catch up?

Pool parties and clubs are a totally different story.  I was one of three people in Hakkasan with a mask on and probably the only person with a mask on at Encore Beach Club.  I am not surprised at the surging rates with all those people partying in the COVID soup.

They are pretty strict about the tables (I saw two guys get kicked off the tables because they kept pulling their masks down and had to be repeatedly told to pull them up), but at this point it seems masking is still somewhat optional walking around casinos.  At least for now. 

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On 8/1/2021 at 10:32 PM, facook said:

The renewed mask mandate plus skyrocketing pricing is threatening my annual buddies trip for a second straight year.  About 30% more expensive at this point, for the same trip at the same time at the same places, pre-covid.  We'd probably pay the extra if we knew we could be mask-free.  Masked?  Hell no.

Depending on how willing you are to wait, I would buy last minute if you decide to go. It seems obvious that the demand is going to slow down now. 

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Booked part of a trip for the first weekend in November. Staying at Circa for a couple days (my first stay downtown) and out at Lake Las Vegas (Henderson) for a couple of days after that. Definitely not my standard trip, but I’m spending most of the time hanging out with my sister who lives just south of the airport. I’m giving her my pool pass at Circa. 

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On 8/21/2021 at 9:35 PM, Drunken Cowboy said:

Headed out for FFPC draft in a couple of weeks. I have never stayed for an NFL Sunday. What does it take to reserve seats at the book? I am staying at Planet Hollywood. I might go over to Ballys for the games

The prices for a seat at Caesars are nuts. There has to be an amount I am planning to bet that gets a seat without paying right?

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12 hours ago, Drunken Cowboy said:

The prices for a seat at Caesars are nuts. There has to be an amount I am planning to bet that gets a seat without paying right?

Assuming a 5% house edge in the sportsbook, traditional comping rules of thumb (40% of expected loss) would indicate you would have to bet roughly fifty times what they're charging for the seat. Doing the math on almost any individual comp will make one sad.

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On 8/24/2021 at 9:39 AM, kevzilla said:

Assuming a 5% house edge in the sportsbook, traditional comping rules of thumb (40% of expected loss) would indicate you would have to bet roughly fifty times what they're charging for the seat. Doing the math on almost any individual comp will make one sad.

I get that for free food, but dropping hundreds on a seat to watch the games I am betting is nuts 

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On 8/21/2021 at 9:35 PM, Drunken Cowboy said:

Headed out for FFPC draft in a couple of weeks. I have never stayed for an NFL Sunday. What does it take to reserve seats at the book? I am staying at Planet Hollywood. I might go over to Ballys for the games

I haven’t been there in a few years, but The PH sportsbook was pretty small.

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Been to Vegas about a dozen times but it's been 2-3 years.  I'm heading out there for a trade show at the convention center 9/13-15 which happens to just about coincide with NFL opening weekend.  Raiders season opener is Monday night and I'm going to see if I can find a deal on a last minute ticket to check it out.  I'm flying from the east coast so probably will miss the 1:00 (10:00) games and part of the 4:00 (1:00).  Was thinking of flying out Saturday but I'll be travelling alot this month (including a guys' trip to Key West) and feel bad ditching my wife and kids for multiple weekends.  I did take a look at Circa to check it out for a Saturday or Sunday night stay but its sold out.

Any suggestions for a place to stay while I'm there for the show that's somewhat convenient to the convention center and won't look too bad on an expense report?  The new Las Vegas Hilton at Resorts World looks interesting.  The Westgate is right there but haven't stayed there since it was the LVH and had the Star Trek exhibit.  I'm a fan of the Venetian (especially Bouchon) and its not too far.  Not sure what's up with the LINQ but I still miss the old O'Sheas, that was a favorite spot to hang out and play "strip" poker.  Main plans aside from the show are football on Sunday and Monday, playing some poker, spending some time downtown and checking out Circa, etc.  Based on @Drunken Cowboy post looks like I may have to make a reservation for a good watching spot?  But guessing not if I'm only there in time for the Sunday night and Monday night games anyway. 

Any poker rooms around still "fun" with some drunk tourists or has everyone gotten serious nowadays?  Did I mention I miss O'Sheas already?  Any better than others for a spot to watch the games and play at the same time?

TIA!

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2 hours ago, Lehigh98 said:

The new Las Vegas Hilton at Resorts World

This is what you seek, especially if you can get anywhere near those prices. It's full of new and pretty. Full disclosure, I haven't seen it in person.

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43 minutes ago, kevzilla said:

This is what you seek, especially if you can get anywhere near those prices. It's full of new and pretty. Full disclosure, I haven't seen it in person.

I wasn’t too thrilled with room rates for my November trip so maybe some other time.

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18 hours ago, Drunken Cowboy said:

I ended up reserving a table for 4 at PH for about $250. There are 2 extra seats if anybody wants to cornhole. 

Got the go ahead from my wife to fly out Saturday so I'll be there (solo) all day Sunday so may be interested in a cornhole at some point.  Still thinking about checking out Circa Stadium Swim with GA for $60 (* Includes General Admission for Day (9am to 11pm). Does not include access to reserved seating) but not sure what GA access will be like, how crowded it will be, and if I can get a chair by the pool for the games.

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22 hours ago, kevzilla said:

This is what you seek, especially if you can get anywhere near those prices. It's full of new and pretty. Full disclosure, I haven't seen it in person.

They had a summer special going on at the Hilton for $150/night but the best part of that promotion... no addition resort fee.  I opened a chat and confirmed twice before I booked but still dubious.

I'm now flying out Saturday so will need to extend or book another hotel to try out for Saturday night.

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2 minutes ago, Lehigh98 said:

Got the go ahead from my wife to fly out Saturday so I'll be there (solo) all day Sunday so may be interested in a cornhole at some point.  Still thinking about checking out Circa Stadium Swim with GA for $60 (* Includes General Admission for Day (9am to 11pm). Does not include access to reserved seating) but not sure what GA access will be like, how crowded it will be, and if I can get a chair by the pool for the games.

We are red eyeing it out of Vegas Sunday night. I wanted to keep it simple.

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Just read an interest thread on Facebook about tipping at casinos. Vegas casino patron wins a $1.1 million jackpot playing slots. How much should the slot attendant be tipped?

Same question if the player is at a table game - imagine a game-specific jackpot on something like 3-card poker or Let-It-Ride. How much do you tip the dealer(s)?

Do you then also tip the person who brings out the tax form, the over-sized check or the security guard who walks you to your room afterwards?

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7 hours ago, soothsayer said:

Just read an interest thread on Facebook about tipping at casinos. Vegas casino patron wins a $1.1 million jackpot playing slots. How much should the slot attendant be tipped?

Same question if the player is at a table game - imagine a game-specific jackpot on something like 3-card poker or Let-It-Ride. How much do you tip the dealer(s)?

Do you then also tip the person who brings out the tax form, the over-sized check or the security guard who walks you to your room afterwards?

I certainly would tip a lot of money, but it isn't going to be 100k. 

Maybe 10k to the dealer and then 1k to every hotel employee who i interact with the rest of the weekend.

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On 8/27/2021 at 6:06 PM, Drunken Cowboy said:

I ended up reserving a table for 4 at PH for about $250. There are 2 extra seats if anybody wants to cornhole. 

Where? Book?

FnB min on top of that? That covers some portion of FnB?

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