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    Default Coupon Runs

    Has anyone ever gone on a coupon run where they go from Casino to Casino and play their coupons? Typically I will go out early one morning with a set amount of money in my pocket to track my earnings / losses of my coupon run.

    On my best run I made approx. $130 dollars. About $50 of which I ended up drinking away at the Double Down Saloon.

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    Sorry to hit this thread bit late, Jupiter, but I do this in Vegas when I stay downtown.
    Here is my route: Take 108 to Hardrock for free slot play/matchplay, walk back to Terribles for breakfast and their matchplays, walk to Tuscany for the live poker buy in, walk to Ellis Island in time for a half priced menu meal and matchplay, walk to the Westin for the $25 matchplay, perhaps by now hitting the happy hour cheap gambles, take the Flamingo bus to Palms/ Rio area. 3X points VP at Palms and meet someone at the Rio 2 for 1 late buffet, then to the Orleans 2 for 1 if it is a good night for a show. Back downtown after the Orleans is the Tropicana bus to the strip and the ACE back.
    Last trip I stopped off at the Sahara and played coupons there. It was easy and fast on the ACE.
    There are other choices along that route, but it works as a good day out with very little money risked in hit and run coupon betting. Also, I play a bit at each place so the trip acts as a way to keep my points active. At Terribles I first go in the Player's line. Often I get a free buffet there or some other coupon deal for something.

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    Default Re: Coupon Runs

    I'm replying even later... I'm going to Vegas for 5 days at the end of the month and am planning to see how the coupons work downtown and on the Boulder Strip. This is the first time I've bought the book so I'm looking forward to using the coupons.

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    Most of what I've read about using the book on Boulder was good. The Longhorn is funny at times for folks. I like to bring the book with me there. Also if I remember right the initial 2500 points is good for food but needs time to get posted, so you might want to do that one first when you have time to come back for free food.

    If you like craps, while you are on Boulder Highway, there is the most frugal craps in Vegas at Joker's Wild. A fifty cent bet will let you put $5 free odds. It is not a coupon, but feels like a coupon to me. It is best to call first as some times the table is not rolling.

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    Thanks for the hints. It sounds like we're the same type of gamers. I don't mind losing (I've had a lot of practice) but I like to stretch my dollar. I like to figure my hours of entertainment per dollar spent. I don't play a lot of craps, but that sounds like my kind of table. I'm mapping out my days so I made a note of your advice. Thanks again.

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    Default Re: Coupon Runs

    I am a fairly frugal player, but I play a lot of live limit poker and less of everything else. I play off the matchplays, however. Great odds there.

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    match plays are great.

    you can cash ANY check at the craig cannery. and will usually win a 5 dollar match play or 10 dollar match play for slots. dble that for table games. max freeroll prize is 3x ur check cashed.

    the least prize you will win is a free drink. but this is rare. usually its a match play or 10 bux off their restaurants. the pizza place vinos there sells pizza by the slice.

    cannery casinos are pretty loose. due to fact they are in competition vs station casinos.

    400 pts earned is a dollar match play. which is 800 bux through.

    but some days are 5x point. call them and ask.

    also they are promoting a 25 pt earned freeroll max $75 cash or matchplay. and 750 pt earned match play or min $25 cash freeroll. also. once target goals are hit. and u get ticket from kiosk. and then turn into can can club. you get 5x point for rest of day.

    this hot freeroll. is every mon, tues, wed month of march 2011.

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    so yeah. u got it right. try to get max points and match plays. cuz it definitely without any question
    adds to your wealth.

    gl

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    oh yeah. cannery is a penny slots local casinos which is very busy. tables games are usually crowed.

    but if you are really HIGH roller this mite not be your place.

    the past three days i went this week. tues, thursday and fri nite. i walked with $140. or so.

    so it can be done.

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    Default Re: Coupon Runs

    Tell me about these coupon books?
    I'm going to vegas in may, and while I have a significant bankroll and a plan for myself, I'm going with a couple of guys who either a) dont gamble much at all or b) will be going out with less than $500 to gamble over 4 days. It could benefit them greatly to cash in on some free stuff, or cheap stuff, etc.

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