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    Quote Originally Posted by CornwallAce View Post
    That link said Bentley announced its schedule. Has anyone seen it?
    The Bentley press release has no dates, just the teams that Bentley will be hosting.

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    Harrah’s was around $80-85 including taxes & fees last year. New York, New York, right next to the arena $95-100 last year. When you do your searches, check the fine print. Most of the prices shown do not include the $35-40 “resort fee.”
    All resorts on the Strip have resort fees in the $25-39 range, it's unavoidable. Also, most now charge for parking if you get a rental car. That said, the weekend the tournament will be going on should be pretty cheap. It's right before the Consumer Electronic Show (biggest convention of the year, ~175K attendees) but hotel rates should be pretty good. Sign up for the free players club online (Total Rewards at Caesars properties, MLife at MGM, etc.) and you'll get some automatically discounted rates. I just checked on my MLife account and there's numerous options that weekend for $100 a night with resort fee included within short walking distance of T-Mobile. Also, the weather that time of year is very comfortable and not hot at all, in fact it's borderline cold.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snively65 View Post
    I just learned that Bentley will play 18 home games in their new arena during the 2018-2019 season, including OOC matchups against Harvard, Dartmouth, Merrimack, and UMass-Lowell.
    Where else would they play home games?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mookie1995 View Post
    Where else would they play home games?
    You coming to Mankato in October?

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    Re: The 2018-19 Schedules Thread

    QU non conference schedule


    Home opponents - BC, UConn, AIC, UMass Amherst, Holy Cross.
    Road opponents - BU, UMass Amherst, AIC, Maine x 2, & UVM.
    Also a non conference neutral site game at Nassau vs Colgate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brassbonanza View Post
    All resorts on the Strip have resort fees in the $25-39 range, it's unavoidable. Also, most now charge for parking if you get a rental car. That said, the weekend the tournament will be going on should be pretty cheap. It's right before the Consumer Electronic Show (biggest convention of the year, ~175K attendees) but hotel rates should be pretty good. Sign up for the free players club online (Total Rewards at Caesars properties, MLife at MGM, etc.) and you'll get some automatically discounted rates. I just checked on my MLife account and there's numerous options that weekend for $100 a night with resort fee included within short walking distance of T-Mobile. Also, the weather that time of year is very comfortable and not hot at all, in fact it's borderline cold.
    Even off strip, they have the resort fees. Hard Rock and Stratosphere had them. I don't recall having to pay for parking, but I was there during a week in September (i.e. not a weekend). You're definitely correct about the players club though, as I still get mailers from the Hard Rock about room rates, and during the week they give them away.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brassbonanza View Post
    All resorts on the Strip have resort fees in the $25-39 range, it's unavoidable.
    Is the resort fee per night or per stay? And when did they start doing that? It's been awhile since I've been to Las Vegas (and the last time I was at the old strip), and I don't remember resort fees.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Russell Jaslow View Post
    Is the resort fee per night or per stay? And when did they start doing that? It's been awhile since I've been to Las Vegas (and the last time I was at the old strip), and I don't remember resort fees.
    Per night, at least as of 2015 when I was there. Wouldn't be surprised if they don't do that on Fremont.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Russell Jaslow View Post
    Is the resort fee per night or per stay? And when did they start doing that? It's been awhile since I've been to Las Vegas (and the last time I was at the old strip), and I don't remember resort fees.
    Per night unfortunately. And unfortunately they've made their way to the Downtown (Fremont) area as well. The fees there are lower, but nearly all hotels on Fremont have them. The fees started up around 2011-2012. Caesars Entertainment properties were the last major Strip hotels to implement them, around 2013. They've progressively increased in price through the years from $15-20/night when they first started to now the most expensive is $45/night at Venetian/Palazzo. It's a fixed cost that allows the hotels to combat the third-party hotel booking sites taking some of their profits. The price you see through Priceline, Trivago, etc. does not include the resort fee. The hotel keeps 100% of that revenue as opposed to the percentage they pay to the third-party booker for the night's rate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brassbonanza View Post
    Per night unfortunately. And unfortunately they've made their way to the Downtown (Fremont) area as well. The fees there are lower, but nearly all hotels on Fremont have them. The fees started up around 2011-2012. Caesars Entertainment properties were the last major Strip hotels to implement them, around 2013. They've progressively increased in price through the years from $15-20/night when they first started to now the most expensive is $45/night at Venetian/Palazzo. It's a fixed cost that allows the hotels to combat the third-party hotel booking sites taking some of their profits. The price you see through Priceline, Trivago, etc. does not include the resort fee. The hotel keeps 100% of that revenue as opposed to the percentage they pay to the third-party booker for the night's rate.
    That's too bad, but understandable. Here's the ones that don't charge it: https://www.lasvegashowto.com/resort...ree-hotels.php
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    Quote Originally Posted by FlagDUDE08 View Post
    That's too bad, but understandable. Here's the ones that don't charge it: https://www.lasvegashowto.com/resort...ree-hotels.php
    I seem to be the bearer of repeated bad news in this thread .... check the first three hotels (Cal, Main Street, Fremont) from that website off the no resort fee list, all recently implemented $15/night fees.
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    Re: The 2018-19 Schedules Thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by mookie1995 View Post
    Where else would they play home games?
    Good point, but I was just trying to remind that the JAR is no longer home ice for the Bentley Falcons. :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by brassbonanza View Post
    Per night unfortunately. And unfortunately they've made their way to the Downtown (Fremont) area as well. The fees there are lower, but nearly all hotels on Fremont have them. The fees started up around 2011-2012. Caesars Entertainment properties were the last major Strip hotels to implement them, around 2013. They've progressively increased in price through the years from $15-20/night when they first started to now the most expensive is $45/night at Venetian/Palazzo. It's a fixed cost that allows the hotels to combat the third-party hotel booking sites taking some of their profits. The price you see through Priceline, Trivago, etc. does not include the resort fee. The hotel keeps 100% of that revenue as opposed to the percentage they pay to the third-party booker for the night's rate.
    Current listings on Hotels.com for the weekend of the tourney: Harrah’s $61, Luxor $46, MGM $66, New York, NY $85, Excalibur $36. So even when you add the $35-40 per night resort fee, the rates are pretty reasonable. MGM & Ny, Ny are right next to the rink.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davyd83 View Post
    Current listings on Hotels.com for the weekend of the tourney: Harrah’s $61, Luxor $46, MGM $66, New York, NY $85, Excalibur $36. So even when you add the $35-40 per night resort fee, the rates are pretty reasonable. MGM & Ny, Ny are right next to the rink.
    Just reserve now, because it's guaranteed to go up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brassbonanza View Post
    Per night unfortunately. And unfortunately they've made their way to the Downtown (Fremont) area as well. The fees there are lower, but nearly all hotels on Fremont have them. The fees started up around 2011-2012.
    That explains my ignorance of them. I was last in Las Vegas in 2007 and that was in the Fremont area. In fact, that's why I missed the Frozen Four in St. Louis.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brassbonanza View Post
    I seem to be the bearer of repeated bad news in this thread .... check the first three hotels (Cal, Main Street, Fremont) from that website off the no resort fee list, all recently implemented $15/night fees.
    Yeesh... getting to the point where it'd be better to stay in Henderson.

    Hooters Casino doesn't look too far away, and they typically have some of the better gaming rates if you're into that. Also, Silver Sevens (formerly Terrible's) is great for cheap eats.
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    Quote Originally Posted by QUAlum2004 View Post
    QU non conference schedule


    Home opponents - BC, UConn, AIC, UMass Amherst, Holy Cross.
    Road opponents - BU, UMass Amherst, AIC, Maine x 2, & UVM.
    Also a non conference neutral site game at Nassau vs Colgate.
    Their thread also reports an exhibition vs. UPEI.
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    I'm not happy about it either, but Flag is correct (cue the Twilight Zone music!).
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    Quote Originally Posted by CornwallAce View Post
    That link said Bentley announced its schedule. Has anyone seen it?
    No, just Bentley OOC home games announced.

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    Re: The 2018-19 Schedules Thread

    WCHA schools are announcing their schedules on May 9th.

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