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Thread: Seven Stars brochure fine print claims 4 nights must pass between complimentary stays

  1. #21
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    Alan, get real and pay attention. I HAVE a Seven Stars card...but it wasn't my intention to be in such a "unique" group. Unlike others, I WON my way into it, and now I couldn't care less about the mailers and the stupid $100 "free" dinner certs or the frivolous "please CET, make me feel better about losing" cruises. I would much rather go out for a $450 dinner AT A RESTAURANT OF MY CHOICE and pay for it with money I WON. You know, like anyone who isn't controlled by the CET system would do.

    And tell the truth. You people are solidly embedded into the CET grip. What's worse, they have the worst gambling of any casino entity, we read horror story after horror story from numerous SS card holders right here, and none of you can just say NO! And you think it's ME who's being ridiculous?

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    Rob as a 7 Stars player you should be getting free hotel gift certificates. Please send them to me. I have friends who can use them. And any of the other promos that you don't want... please claim them including shopping spree certificates and I will take them from you.
    Alan Mendelson
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    "(Alan) simply can't get past a die having six sides." -- Michael Shackleford May 12, 2015

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    Originally Posted by Alan Mendelson View Post
    Rob as a 7 Stars player you should be getting free hotel gift certificates. Please send them to me. I have friends who can use them. And any of the other promos that you don't want... please claim them including shopping spree certificates and I will take them from you.
    Doesn't Rob owe you a dinner, too, from a while back? Maybe Rob can send you a dining certificate from the Seven Stars comp package to cover that? Just a passing thought.

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    Yes, Rob owes me a dinner or lunch from the "stock market bet." But I'd rather meet Rob and shoot the breeze with him. He's still a friend. Misguided, but a friend.
    Alan Mendelson
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    "(Alan) simply can't get past a die having six sides." -- Michael Shackleford May 12, 2015

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    Yes I still owe Alan a nice dinner, and that will come. The longer the wait, the better the meal, and yes, I am also looking forward to sitting and chatting with him again instead of mailing him a tub of meals from Omaha Steaks. Right now our travel plans don't take us south for quite some time though. We're headed to.N. Calif. very soon, then to Oregon for the Summer and if you can believe it, to Minnesota until March. Arci here we come. But then we'll be in Phx. for several months, and it's during that timeframe that this dinner WILL happen.

    I did receive some info or offers but I tossed the ones I can't use. How can you transfer them--I didn't know you can. I've already shut down my mail forwarding and won't turn it on again until we get to my daughter's house for the w-I-n-t-e-r. Yikes!

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    You can't transfer offers. However, there are a few offers during the course of the year that include a "gift certificate" that are meant for the 7 Stars player to give as a gift so their friend or relative can use it. The typical gift certificate is the one for hotel stays. In the past I've received a dining certificate which also could have been used as a "gift". But again, in general, offers cannot be transferred.
    Alan Mendelson
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    "(Alan) simply can't get past a die having six sides." -- Michael Shackleford May 12, 2015

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