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OTABILL
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Re: Las Vegas RESORT FEES

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Hey I am learning alot about resort fees at Las Vegas casinos. I gather they would be higher if not for being subsidized by revenue from fracking.

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Post by Tedlark »

Why don't you all just go get fracked! LOL...

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Post by OTABILL »

   Why don't you all just go get fracked! LOL...


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Post by olds442jetaway »

Just saw an ad for Gilley's at Treasure Island on tv. Anyone know how it is? Can't get out to Vegas for now, but plan someday soon.

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Post by alpax »

Before this discussion got sidetracked, I found on the fine print of my everyday (no joke) offers from CET that Diamond and 7* members do not pay resort fees.

[QUOTE]Offer is a two-night minimum stay. Room offer valid at any one participating Las Vegas Total Rewards resort on specified dates only. Must be booked 48 hours in advance under offer code mentioned and a registered hotel guest during event dates. Offer is subject to space availability and is non-transferable. Valid photo ID required. Invitation has no cash value and may not be exchanged for cash. May not be combined with or redeemed within 48 hours of any previously redeemed offer, event or promotion. All room reservations are subject to hotel cancellation policies. Las Vegas room reservations subject to a daily resort fee of $25 - $29 (subject to applicable tax) to be added at check-in. Resort Fee includes: daily in-room high speed Internet access for two devices, fitness center access for two and local calls. Resort Fees not assessed for Diamond and Seven Stars® guests, but such packages may be purchased upon request with call center agent or at check-in. Management reserves all rights and may revise or cancel this offer at any time without notice. Please see Total Rewards for complete details. Additional restrictions may apply. Caesars Entertainment shall not be liable to any patron for any error in the information contained in the printed material herein related to the offer or the event. All trademarks not owned by Caesars that appear herein are the property of their respective owners. Caesars Entertainment welcomes those 21 years of age and older to our casinos. [/QUOTE]

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Post by Tedlark »

Thanks for sharing alpax;sometimes reading the fine print does payoff.

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Post by notes1 »



 i believe there is pending litigation in a nevada court over 'hidden' resort fees.

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Post by doris13 »

some guy is suing venetian/palazzo for 5 million bucks because he was not told about the resort fees when he made his reservation.

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Post by Galeygoo »


some guy is suing venetian/palazzo for 5 million bucks because he was not told about the resort fees when he made his reservation.Hmmmm  I would think Donald would have another place to stay

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Post by Tedlark »

There is a big difference between compensatory and punitive damages. I was recently notified that I was part of a class action suit regarding airport fees for rental cars at McCarran Airport in Las Vegas. I think they said I would be entitled to a certificate good for 1 day's car rental from Enterprise. That is; if I sign up to be a plaintiff in the class action. Pass.....

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