BConnected tier points for video poker

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jepatey
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Re: BConnected tier points for video poker

Post by jepatey »

When bconnected points were reduced they changed them to following year. That means if you were sapphire this year and play reasonable amt you should have sapphire next year. I was told by host based on play I would have sapphire. However the following year who knows. P play 25 and 50. In 2021 I doubt I will have a card. My solution is when comps quit coming I go to other casinos.

markinca
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Post by markinca »

My card says I'm sapphire through 2018 - when I went to Vegas before my Thanksgiving trip, I was at I think like 180 tier credits. After I left, I was only at 250. I'm actually kinda surprised I even got to 250, since virtually all my play was at 99%+ VP. I would think there's almost no chance I'm still sapphire next year.

HawtFawts
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Post by HawtFawts »

Fremont casino has the loosest super times pay machines in all of downtown Vegas in my opinion.

TodZ
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Post by TodZ »

I’ve played NSUDW and didn’t get a tier credit for $150 coin in. I have been told that if you remove your card for any reason the count resets.

Vman96
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Post by Vman96 »

TodZ wrote:
Sat Jan 05, 2019 11:35 pm
I’ve played NSUDW and didn’t get a tier credit for $150 coin in. I have been told that if you remove your card for any reason the count resets.
This is unfortunately correct. You would want to play at least $186.25 coin-in before pulling out your card for a tier credit.

FluAdolescent
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Post by FluAdolescent »

Yes, that's why I changed the casino.

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