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Yowza, MyVEGAS sure is popular. Any time we have news, there's a flood of comments, both good and bad. MyVEGAS is obviously polarizing and the freemium (free to play, but you can also buy chips to play more) social game by PlayStudios only continues to grow.
Often as a company expands, some moves are meant to attract more customers. Simultaneously, those moves may sometimes alienate the existing base. This happens with music†all the time (i.e., "I used to like that band until they sold out/changed their sound/got all popular.") Right now, MyVEGAS is the big dog. Between MyVEGAS on Facebook and the MyVEGAS Slots mobile app, it's one of the top grossing social games. MyVEGAS isnít just popular, however. Itís addictive. The average MyVEGAS player logs onto the game three times a day for somewhere between 45 to 90 minutes.
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From the alternate universe files: Bellagio will dive into The Strip's obsession with superstar DJs (albeit a few years late) with the debut of a new fountains production featuring an "exclusive three-song medley" by TiŽsto.
The new show will premiere September 17 at 7 p.m. As a press alert details:
While art fans continue to duke it out over how much Sin City needs/deserves/should have/should support museums, lovers of fine art can still visit Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art (about to get Fabergť with it) and see fun pieces at CityCenter, Wynn Las Vegas and The Cosmopolitan, among other spots on The Strip. Another fun art attraction is the Polaroid Museum above the Polaroid store at The Linq.
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Similar to Golden Nugget's free-play online poker site, this one lets you play cash games or tournaments for fun, with the chance to use the points you earn to buy in to tournaments offering real-world prizes.
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Now two years old, social casino game MyVEGAS continues to add new users, new rewards, and new mini-games. Earlier this month, PlayStudios unveiled its latest slot title, China Mystery. New ways to earn those valuable loyalty points are always welcomed, but we were even more excited by the addition of new dining rewards. As we took a closer look at whatís new, however, we were left wishing we could turn back the clock.
Anytime anyone criticizes MyVEGAS they are inevitably met with the same response, so letís get it out of the way. Yes, the game is free. Itís been possible to rack up free hotel stays, dining vouchers, shopping credits, show tickets, and more, all from day one without spending a dime. For those who joined early on, itís been a great ride. Many of us here at VegasChatter are MyVEGAS players and this writer alone has racked up at least $1,000 in rewards. Thatís the good, on to the bad.
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The freebies just keep getting better when it comes to Golden Nuggetís online poker site.
GoldenNuggetPoker.net has just added a free live tournament entry to its weekly Sunday Main Event to complement the complimentary two-night stay the winner already enjoys. All it takes to join in the fun is a computer or smartphone -Ė no credit card needed.
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Casino visits can be personal or impersonal experiences, depending on how you attempt to craft your time. At places like Cosmopolitan, you can grab a slice from Secret Pizza and simply go about your business or you can chat up your pizza peddler, make friends in the line and bring them and your meal down the hall to the common area outside P3Studio.
If you head over to the Cosmo this week, and we really think you should, make sure you visit P3Studio for a highly personal experience youíre likely not to get anywhere else in the world. Well-respected artists from the local Las Vegas art world, Todd Duane Miller and JW Caldwell, are P3ís current artists-in-residence. The duo has created Face 2 Face, a truly interactive and immersive photography and fine art mashup.
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MyVEGAS brought new rewards on board for Vdara, the non-gambling, non-smoking hotel in CityCenter. This writer was especially happy to see a spa discount offering a 80-minute service for the price of a 50-minute booking. Hopefully, this will spur similar rewards at other properties and, maybe, a complete freebie at a higher loyalty point tier in the future.
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Caesars Entertainment has taken to the casino in an effort to drum up business for the High Roller observation wheel. Last week, Flamingo, The Quad and other Caesars casinos began issuing free High Roller tickets to any player that received a suited 21 at the blackjack tables. That means any time the first two cards dealt to a player are†an Ace and a 10, Jack, Queen or King in the same suit (diamonds, hearts, clubs, spades), the player would receive a coupon for a free ticket to ride. The coupons†are non-transferable (in theory, not so much in application) so whoever the ticket is†made out to has to use it.
Front row seats to Book of Mormon might not be in everybodyís budget, but did you know you can check out The Smith Center for free? By check out we donít mean a full-fledged show, but zero dollars buys you an interesting docent-led tour of one of the most beautiful buildings in Las Vegas.
A short cab ride from The Strip or an even shorter one from Fremont Street, The Smith Center is one of the most interesting and unique buildings in Las Vegas. Home to Symphony Park, Reynolds Hall and Bowman Pavilion which houses the Troesh Studio Theater and Cabaret Jazz, the campus glorifies the unique architecture of the Art Deco age.
Downtown's Container Park is home to restaurants, bars, shopping, a playground, and even a fire-spewing preying mantis. Now, the DCP (we all call it that, right?) wants to add drive-in movie theater to the roster. Well, minus the drive-in part including the cars and those speaker boxes that attach to the window, too. More like a pedestrian-in theater, we guess. Where were we?
Oh, yes. If you haven't heard yet, Thursdays have become Movie Night at Container Park. Held under the stars beginning at 9 p.m., a limited number of blankets and outdoor chairs are even available on a first-come, first-served basis. Guests, however, are free to BYOB(lankets) and chairs, if they want to ensure they have 'em.
The weekly lineup is as follows:
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Tucked away behind the many doors of Rose.Rabbit.Lie. at The Cosmopolitan is The Study. A room that easily seems to have been transported from any number of stately manors across the pond. That is, however, until the magic dragon and his dog show up. Then, you're pretty sure you're in a room transported from any number of stately manors across Tim Burton's filmography.
It's in this intimate venue where you'll find the best free Vegas attraction on The Strip, Breakfast at Piffany's. Offered at midnight Wednesday through Saturday, the late-night production is like knowing in advance when that hilarious drunk guy is going to climb atop the bar and cause a spectacle. Except, the guy's not drunk. He's a dragon. With a chihuahua.