Tropicana Atlantic City started giving me a Sunday through Thursday, comped room night a week again and a friend was
I have been writing about the Mlife program at the Borgata, since the transition from My Borgata Rewards in June. It was difficult to figure out the Mlife Earn Rates because the computer system is not tallying all the numbers correctly in everyone’s account and I could not confirm the earn rates that they gave me verbally, even though they were updating my account to these values.
It’s been over a year since the announcement but you can finally start to see the vision MGM Resorts International has for the conversion of Monte Carlo to Park MGM. This is really just the beginning of the future.
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The Borgata has always thrown some extra perks to their lower level players during slow times and it’s nice that Mlife is continuing that tradition.
Atlantic City | Borgata Comps – With trial and error and many emails, phone calls and visits to the Mlife desk, I believe I have figured out the Earn Rates of the new Players Club Program (Mlife) at the Borgata, which was instituted on June 7, 2017.
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A few times a year the Borgata offers special hotel packages at reduced rates. The current deal is the Suite Escape Hotel Package, which includes an overnight stay in a Fiore Suite, $100 in Dining Credit, 2 Comedy Club Tickets (Sunday through Thursday) and $50 Bonus Slot Dollars.
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After perusing the Jose Garces’ Okatshe Tropicana Atlantic City menu we found the hidden door in the back of the Japanese candy shop and walked into a large and whimsical space, set up like an Izakaya (informal Japanese gastropub) in an alley of Tokyo.