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Pocketbook of Values- Coupons from LV Advisor

Is buying the membership and the coupon book worth it?

Better than the Am. Casino Guide?

Would like to hear from people who have used one or the other and also what kind of coupons are included.

The LV Advisor showed a list of coupons from 2001. Can't believe these are the same now.

Also are a lot of them for use off the strip?

Thanks to all.

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1. Re: Pocketbook of Values- Coupons from LV Advisor

There is a list of the coupons for 2006 and 2007. With the POV you can use 1-2 coupons and get your monies worth. I always order one and you can have it mailed or pick it up yourself when youre there.

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2. Re: Pocketbook of Values- Coupons from LV Advisor

I think you should look through the 2007 coupons and see if you would actually use them. A lot are for off strip locations, but if you plan on hitting these places, than I think it will be worth it (especially if you're planning to go to Palm's - there's a 50% off coupon for up to $50 off just about anything). If you're just on the strip, than it's not such a bargain.

All of that being said, I do appreciate the 'insider' type information that the paid members share.

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3. Re: Pocketbook of Values- Coupons from LV Advisor

many coupons are sun--thur.,

thats when we go and have car so it works out for us

and you can find out what you need to know at there site

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Can you give me the link to these coupons ? how do I buy them.... or view the disocunts

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5. Re: Pocketbook of Values- Coupons from LV Advisor

I can't speak for the LVA coupons except to say to go to their website and they have a list of what coupons are offered. As for the American Casino Guide coupon book--I bought one last year and used quite a few. It was worth the $10 but most of the coupons are for off strip. I decided to buy two for this year and I should have bought one first to see how it was. They do change their coupons from year to year. I liked the Casino Windsor buffet coupon from last year but it is not in the 2007 book and that is the one I really wanted because I traded with other people for it. But for $10 I'm not out very much and I'm sure I'll use some of the others.

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6. Re: Pocketbook of Values- Coupons from LV Advisor

Here's the link to the list of 2007 coupons:

lasvegasadvisor.com/whyjoin-pocketbookofvalu…

You can go to lasvegasadvisor.com to sign up if you think the coupons would be worth it to you. You can get an online only membership for (I think?) $35 a year. The only difference between that and the $50 membership is you don't get the newsletters mailed to you. The POV coupon book is the same and they mail that to you. If you are travelling with someone and go off stip you can probably get your money's worth but many of the coupons are 2 for 1 and such. There are a lot of matchplay coupons so if you don't play table games those won't be of any use either. I had this and the American Casino Guide this year (2006) and felt like the ACG was a better deal since it is much cheaper but that's just my opinion.

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7. Re: Pocketbook of Values- Coupons from LV Advisor

Good responses here.

I did check out the list for 2007 and will have to do some figuring. We are staying downtown in March but won't have a car, so I'm not sure.

I usually read their question of the day and sometimes it is entertaining/good info., other days just junk.

Thanks for your ideas on this.

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8. Re: Pocketbook of Values- Coupons from LV Advisor

maria.

there is free coupon book for just dt . you can get it from 2nd floor above wallgreens, or ask fse police they can tell you how to get one

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9. Re: Pocketbook of Values- Coupons from LV Advisor

Thanks Gus.

Do you know what kinds of things are in it?

We'll have to check that out.

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10. Re: Pocketbook of Values- Coupons from LV Advisor

Maria - here's a tip if you are going to be Downtown- I am assuming it will still be available in 2007.

Go to the 1/2 price ticket concession, which I think is at the Fremont St. entrance to Four Queens. They have two racks of free tourist guides. Look for the small one called 24/7 magazine.

One of the pages inside has a ad that will get you a sheet of free coupons just for Fremont St. There is a booth in front of Binions where you can redeem it, or you go upstairs in the elevator in the parking garage next to Walgreens to the Fremont St. Experience office on the second floor ( you'll see signs ). Either place will exchange the ad for the coupon sheet. It has 2/1 buffet coupons for the Fremont and Main St. if you join their Players Club ( just takes a sec) and also 2'/1 buffet without joining anything at Fitzgeralds ( their buffet is not great but they make omelets at breakfast and that with unlimited juice and coffee and breakfast pastries are worth the coupon. Also a $10 off for the Pasta Pirate at the California ( a nice restaurant) and a few other things we didn't use. The coupons on our sheet expired 12/31 , but I'm guessing they willhave a new sheet for the new year.

Since we stay Downtown and don't get a car, I persoannly thoughthe coupons at POV and ACG were probably not worth it for us- but you can see what you think- but the oens for Downtown are no cost and easy to use.

There are other coupons in the 24/7 as well for other locations but most were for things we would never care about doing even if they were free.

Was going to say have a nice trip, but just realized I'll be going back in February, (Yay!) so I'll try getting it again and see if they still have it and post. I think they made us show an out of state ID to get the sheet.