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Rick S.
04-11-2010, 09:52 AM
Book thru American Airlines..... http://www.aa.com/netsaaver/viewVacationDetails.do?fN=AAV10percentoffall.xml&_locale=en_US

If you already have reservations at the Riv....they charge 15.00 to cancel it.

You'll still be way ahead of the game.

Booked mine last night. It's probably a limited amount, so don't waste time. (or MONEY)

"Popeye"
04-22-2010, 11:14 PM
I checked orbitz today and noted one of my upcoming reservations for work went down in cost. They did the price guarentee, gave me a refund for the difference and gave me a $50 coupon for a future stay. Since my BCA booking was already setup with a booking directly made with Circus Circus. I also noticed that orbitz had a better rate. I cancelled my room at Circus Circus at no charge. Rebooked it via Orbitz with the $50 coupon. Total cost with a resort fee of $25 at checkout is $105.00 for May 17th-22nd. That could be the best deal out there if you can get the coupon. BTW, I called Circus Circus back and made sure I'm in the Main tower which is closest to the Riveria.
Cheers, Mark

Rick S.
04-23-2010, 07:28 AM
What I didn't notice was that the Riv has a price guarantee as well....I should have just had them match AA's price.

I'd rather pay the extra $$$ to stay at the Riv. I walk enough as it is. Not to mention it's a little nicer.

tucson9ball
04-23-2010, 12:34 PM
What I didn't notice was that the Riv has a price guarantee as well....I should have just had them match AA's price.

I'd rather pay the extra $$$ to stay at the Riv. I walk enough as it is. Not to mention it's a little nicer.
Have to agree with ya here, if my doge get tired, I can just go up to my room and chill for a bit.
Another way to get a good room rate, use your players card and book that way. I have never used the BCA rate, $85 is waaaaaayyy too much for me.;)

JustinHayes
01-20-2011, 03:45 PM
I know this post is for last year, but I just looked through AA and it's $70 (at the moment)...

Can someone let me know if there is a good deal coming up with one of these websites?

I apprecaiate it.


Also, how much of a pain is it to walk from Circus Circus?

Mark Griffin
01-23-2011, 12:22 AM
Reasons to stay at the Riviera!

Riviera rates are pretty good this year!
$60 per night if you stay 8 nites
$70 per night (under 8 nights) and book befor 1-31-2011
$80 per night (under 8 nights) and book after 1-31-2011

Up to 4 per room at no extra.
No resort fee
several FREE slot tournaments

TAR feed from US Open One Pocket & US Open 10-Ball are planned o be shown FREE in the hotel rooms (but not free to anywhere else), on the hotel TV.

Walk from Circus Cirus can be long in the heat.

Remember - this year event also include NATIONAL 9-BALL CHAMPIONSHIPS

Hope to see everyone here.
Go to: www.playbca.com for more info.

mark giffin

tucson9ball
02-04-2011, 09:56 AM
I know this post is for last year, but I just looked through AA and it's $70 (at the moment)...

Can someone let me know if there is a good deal coming up with one of these websites?

I apprecaiate it.


Also, how much of a pain is it to walk from Circus Circus?

Get yourself a players card for use in the casino. This will get you on the Riv's mailing list. I get promo specials all the time. I'll be staying at the Riv again, my 10 day stay will cost me $592 after all the taxes. :smile:

tucson9ball
02-04-2011, 09:59 AM
Reasons to stay at the Riviera!

Riviera rates are pretty good this year!
$60 per night if you stay 8 nites
$70 per night (under 8 nights) and book befor 1-31-2011
$80 per night (under 8 nights) and book after 1-31-2011

Up to 4 per room at no extra.
No resort fee
several FREE slot tournaments

TAR feed from US Open One Pocket & US Open 10-Ball are planned o be shown FREE in the hotel rooms (but not free to anywhere else), on the hotel TV.

Walk from Circus Cirus can be long in the heat.

Remember - this year event also include NATIONAL 9-BALL CHAMPIONSHIPS

Hope to see everyone here.
Go to: www.playbca.com for more info.

mark giffin

LOL, last year my wife and I played in our first slot touney. What a HOOT!!! It was great fun, all luck, but tons a fun. All you do is press the button when the reels stop spinning. Who knows, you might get top score and pick up a few bucks. I will try my luck at one of these this year also.

CocoboloCowboy
02-04-2011, 10:09 AM
Many of the other Hotels/Casinos on the Strip have special running, and you need only walk a little way for a nicer room, at a better price than the Riveria.

My buddy just got a DEAL ON PRCE Line for $25.00 a night down the strip from the Riveria, as Las Vegas is hurting like the rest of the USA!

JCIN
02-04-2011, 10:34 AM
Many of the other Hotels/Casinos on the Strip have special running, and you need only walk a little way for a nicer room, at a better price than the Riveria.

My buddy just got a DEAL ON PRCE Line for $25.00 a night down the strip from the Riveria, as Las Vegas is hurting like the rest of the USA!

What part of support the places that support pool do you not understand?

Besides its not like you would actually ever go to an event and spend money on it in the first place.

sunnyday
02-05-2011, 05:40 PM
What part of support the places that support pool do you not understand?

Besides its not like you would actually ever go to an event and spend money on it in the first place.

Don't you wish you could delete some people's posts? LOL!

S.G.

Testa
02-08-2011, 12:50 PM
If you get a players card and play a little while you are there - There is no question you can get a room from $0-$49 a night depending on your player rate. - FYI request The Monaco tower it is one of the nicest towers they have. IMO