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Old 04-08-2010, 07:42 PM
 
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Hi all, my in-laws are in town to dog sit for 2 wks
while we're on vacation.

does anyone know of a consolidated list online of senior discounts here in town for food and entertainment that I can research for them?

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Old 04-09-2010, 01:41 AM
 
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Hi all, my in-laws are in town to dog sit for 2 wks
while we're on vacation.

does anyone know of a consolidated list online of senior discounts here in town for food and entertainment that I can research for them?
Did you Google it yet?
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Old 04-09-2010, 07:55 AM
 
Location: North Las Vegas
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Hi all, my in-laws are in town to dog sit for 2 wks
while we're on vacation.

does anyone know of a consolidated list online of senior discounts here in town for food and entertainment that I can research for them?
Try Kshop am 1400 there is always discounts on that radio station Radio Shopping Show - KSHP in the morning go on line and check out what they offer before you tune in. It doesn't matter how old you are.
Most places offer senior discounts all over town you can't go practically any where and not find them.
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Old 04-09-2010, 09:03 AM
 
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Hi all, my in-laws are in town to dog sit for 2 wks
while we're on vacation.

does anyone know of a consolidated list online of senior discounts here in town for food and entertainment that I can research for them?
I don't have a consolidated list, but I can get you started.

The Coast casinos have Young at Heart 50+ days on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday, depending upon the individual casino.

Mondays are Senior Days at the Gold Coast with 241 buffets, free drawings, and $10 off show tickets:

Young at Heart

Tuesdays are Senior Days at the Orleans with 241 buffets, $4 matinee movies, free bowling with a movie ticket, and free drawings:

Young at Heart

Thursdays are Senior Days at Sam's Town with a free slot tournament for seniors, free cash drawings, and other specials:

Young at Heart April Thursdays (http://www.samstownlv.com/whats-new/promotions/young-at-heart-march-thursdays - broken link)

All of the Station casinos have Senior 50 Plus Wednesdays, with cash drawings and free slot tournaments. Participating casinos include Red Rock, GVR, as well as all the casinos with "station" in their name.

Las Vegas Hotel Promotions - Deals, Discounts & Special Offers

Tuesdays AND Thursdays are Senior Days at the Suncoast with $3 movies on Tuesday, a free "hit parade variety show" on Thursday, BOGO at TGIF's, and other specials:

Young at Heart

The Silverton Lodge has Senior Mondays in which they have drawings and give away $100 each to 50 people (10 names are drawn every two hours: 10, 12, 2, 4, 6).

Las Vegas Casino Gaming Promotions - Coupons for Las Vegas Casino Specials

The meal specials include 50% off everything in the coffee shop from 11am-3pm and $5 total for the dinner buffet from 4pm - 8pm (That's a $5 total charge for the buffet, not a $5 discount. The buffet normally costs $13.99.)

Discount Offers for Las Vegas Dining Promotions - Cheapest Dining in Las Vegas

Finally, South Point has $3 movies for seniors every day before 3:00pm.

Movie Theaters Century Las Vegas | South Point Hotel

That may not be a complete list, but it gives you and your in-laws something to work from. Hope tht was helpful.
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Old 04-09-2010, 11:25 AM
 
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Hi Buzz,

Yes, I Googled, but wasn't able to find some of the specials that I had remembered MadMan had mentioned.

Thanks MadMan!
I was hoping you'd weigh in. Thanks so much for your help...this will keep them busy and full the whole time they're here!
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Old 04-09-2010, 11:19 PM
 
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To do the 241 deals, do you both have to be 50+?
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Old 04-10-2010, 08:27 AM
 
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To do the 241 deals, do you both have to be 50+?
tbh, I'm not sure what the rules are, but I've never been asked by the cashiers for more than one ID card when we've paid (and that was only at the Silverton). At the Station casinos, you swipe your club card at a kiosk and print out the 241 coupon (and/or the movie coupon). You then give the coupon to the cashier. I've never even been asked to show one ID at the Orleans (where we normally go) much less two IDs. So I suppose theoretically, once a senior uses his or her card to print the coupon, they could even give it to two non-seniors to use. But that definitely would be a violation of the rules.

As I said noted earlier, I don't know whether one senior and one non-senior would violate the spirit, if not the intent, of the promotion. But in practice, it shouldn't be a problem.
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Old 04-10-2010, 08:31 AM
 
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Thanks MadMan!
I was hoping you'd weigh in. Thanks so much for your help...this will keep them busy and full the whole time they're here!
My pleasure.
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Old 04-10-2010, 05:31 PM
 
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tbh, I'm not sure what the rules are, but I've never been asked by the cashiers for more than one ID card when we've paid (and that was only at the Silverton). At the Station casinos, you swipe your club card at a kiosk and print out the 241 coupon (and/or the movie coupon). You then give the coupon to the cashier. I've never even been asked to show one ID at the Orleans (where we normally go) much less two IDs. So I suppose theoretically, once a senior uses his or her card to print the coupon, they could even give it to two non-seniors to use. But that definitely would be a violation of the rules.

As I said noted earlier, I don't know whether one senior and one non-senior would violate the spirit, if not the intent, of the promotion. But in practice, it shouldn't be a problem.
Well, I sure wouldn't want to cheat the system, I just didn't know. I will hit that number before DH, so...he can just pay full price...I earned it!

I think it is also a bummer for a single 50+. They should offer half off for them otherwise they really don't get the benefit. I have heard this complaint from others and I kind of agree. I don't know, though as I haven't hit that point yet...soon enough, though
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Old 04-10-2010, 06:10 PM
 
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Do you have to admit to being 50?
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