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Coming Soon: MLife Non-Gaming Tier Credits

By Chuckmonster on Wednesday, 14th September 2011 1:17pm
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M Life is on the verge of rolling out tier credits for non-gaming spend, giving folks the ability to earn credit for comps and discounts everywhere in a resort, not just the casino. As expected, there are limitations as to what you can and cannot get tier credits for.

Included in M Life non-gaming is all spend charged to your room... room service, porn, dining, internet, deposits, resort fees. Room rates that have been paid to an online travel retailer (Expedia, Hotels.com, Priceline etc) are NOT applicable. When you swipe your M Life card at any dining or entertainment outlet your charges will be applied to your M life no matter how you pay for it.... cash, credit card, gift card, wampum, sexual favors etc.. Charges that are comped or refunded aren't applicable to M life, nor can you apply tax, tips or service charges of any sort. Fair enough.

The big belly whopper is that when it is rolled out in the coming months, money spent at retail CANNOT be applied to M life. Wah waaaaah.

For Las Vegas players to get Sapphire you must charge under $999, Pearl: $2,999, Gold: $7,999, Platinum: $39,999, Noir: $40,000+. For play outside of Las Vegas, multiply each tier by 3x.

Welcome to M life.

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Comments & Discussion:

so $8K for gold?

Does midget porn get credited at full price?

I think so long as the porn is full length the size of the stars matters not.

now if only Wynn would follow suit with this I would be a really happy camper.

DoucheTastic VIP Bottle Service?

That's big.

Are those non-gaming spend numbers good for the standard rolling 12-month period? And will comps work something like low-mid roller comps, where you visit a host at the end of a trip to figure out what you'll be comped?

For instance, say I take four people to L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon, we all order the $155 tasting menu and $100 wine pairing, and I charge it to my room -- I would now be Pearl and possibly get some of that money comped back to me? That would be cool.

Andy, they should have the same rules as other spend once they become tier credits.

This might be the only way that a video poker playing schmuck like me could ever get anywhere with Mlife. Mlife hates VP players.

Chuck, Thanks very much for the info. While I do wish they would've included retail spend, this still has the potential to be really good news for folks like me who go to Vegas with gambling in third or fourth place on the agenda.

Also, I've never picked up the bill for four people at L'Atelier (though I wish I could afford to), but I could see this new policy encouraging "mLife roulette" at the end of every meal.

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