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5th Time In Vegas Comp Questions Wynncore

Discussion in 'Comps' started by VegasBubba, Sep 17, 2013.

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  1. VegasBubba

    VegasBubba Tourist

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    First post on this site. I think it is great very helpful and full of great TR stories.


    I am going to Vegas early Oct staying at the Encore, comp room and airport pick up for me and my cousin. I have stayed at the Wynncore twice,3 nights Tower Suite comp plus $400 off bill first time, regular high floor second 1.5K off total bill of $3400 second.(My 21st and 22nd Birthdays Great stories that should be posted later, nick papageorgio style) I have never gotten a comp room up front and I have a couple questions.

    First, my host said she would "send a car as courtesy" but not a limo, does this mean I will have a guy waiting for me at the airport with a sign directing me to a Wynn # Rolls Royce? (I will also have 5 of my fraternity brothers flying with us and staying at the B, and being the only guy who has been to Vegas on this trip it would be a great start)

    Second, I am not Full F&B how much more play will I have to give to get that.
    I am a $75 @ 8 hrs a day Black Jack player.

    Third, my cousin will be around a $25 @ 6 hrs ( Im guessing based off of bankroll (4.5K)and past play with him at other casinos, hopefully more) Will that take care of some F&B charge?

    Fourth, I have great club connections, I wait max 5 mins in line and I don't have a guy to girl ratio needed to get into XS, Tryst, Surrender. If i put some of the table bills on my room will they comp some of it?

    I know I will have more questions but these are a few that are on my mind now. Thanks for any insight.
     
  2. luvstp

    luvstp High-Roller

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    Can't help you with the rest of your questions as I play video poker and slots and don't do the club scene. LOL

    There will be a person in the baggage claim area next to the carousel for your luggage or at the base of the escalator wearing a dark brown suit who will have your last name on an ipad. This person will take your bags to his/her car (could be a limo or the Rolls) and take you directly to Wynncore. The Rolls is a very nice ride!

    Have fun and good luck
     
  3. shifter

    shifter Degenerate Gambler

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    honestly, at those levels you're just lucky to be getting a free room at Encore. unless you play higher or put in more hours for whatever reason, there's very little chance they pick up any extra F&B unless they're feeling very generous. and they definitely will not be picking up any club charges. they balk at that even for 3M dollar players.
     
  4. thecarve

    thecarve Misanthrope

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    I’m going to have to agree with shifter. I have a feeling that you have been playing bigger, or for longer, than you might think. (Or perhaps you were playing 6:5 BJ or 3 Card Poker or something?) Even at 8 hours/day, that seems awfully generous for Wynncore.

    According to something my host sent me a while back, they want $300/hand for 4 hours/day or 8000 slot points/day for a Tower Room + $200 F/B per day. For full RFB and a suite, you’re going to need at least $500+/hand.

    As far as the car, I really don’t know what you’ll get. I’ve always had the limo…never the Roller. :cry:

    Since my play is a mix of BJ and VP, it’s a little hard to compare to yours. But for reference, I usually rack up 6-8000 points a day and play maybe 1-2 hours a day of roughly $200/hand BJ (and a small amount of craps). For that I get a Tower Room and anywhere from $100-200/day in F/B.
     
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  5. UKFanatic

    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    Just got back from Wynn over a week ago, and not to rain on your parade, but you won't be getting any additional comps at that level. You can still bill the club and other stuff to your room, but from my experience, Wynn is a little stingier on comps than some of their neighbors and it sounds like your level of play won't cover anything more than the upfront room.

    As for the car pickup, just look for a driver in the baggage claim area holding a sign with your name on it. They will then walk you down to one of the cars at zero level to take you to the hotel. Have fun!
     
  6. Kickin

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    Something sounds fishy. $75 blackjack player getting a comped tower suite, a bunch of f&b, and an airport pickup at Wynn? You'd be lucky to get that at NYNY. How would they take off $1500 from your bill on that second trip when that would be more than your entire theo? I smell bullshit. :rolleyes2:
     
  7. Max2589

    Max2589 Low-Roller

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    I actually called Wynn last night to see if I had any offers at all..NOTHING !!!
    I dont get it. I dropped 4k in a few hours last trip and still don't even get a
    room discount offer.

    I am thinking bc my last stay was direct with a host maybe Im not in the system for mail offers. does that even make sense?
     
  8. Aftermath

    Aftermath Low-Roller

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  9. VegasBubba

    VegasBubba Tourist

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    Thanks for the help. Numbers might be low for avg bet and time. Hrs are more in the 11+ hr range. Need to ask my friend who was with me if he remembers my avg bet. It changes a lot depending on how bad I am doing at the tables. KickinChicken- No bullshit here nothing to gain by doing that. Just wanted to ask a couple questions.
     
  10. Aftermath

    Aftermath Low-Roller

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    First off, how did you end up with a host at Wynncore playing $75 a hand? :confused:
     
  11. VegasBubba

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    First time i went to the wynn. I started playing at the pool and won 5K betting $100-300 a hand for 4 hrs.
     
  12. Aftermath

    Aftermath Low-Roller

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    That makes a little bit more sense. You said you were a $75 per hand player so...

    Did the host approach you or did you seek one out yourself?
     
  13. VegasBubba

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    She came up to me. She was from international marketing.
     
  14. Aftermath

    Aftermath Low-Roller

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    Are you from out of country?
     
  15. dankyone

    dankyone VIP Whale

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    This makes more sense. Since the OP is 22 his trips probably took place after the Wynn went to all 6:5 blackjack at their outdoor tables.

    If you play 100-300 at 6:5 BJ, the welcome mat will be out permanently. Even $75 on 6:5 is like playing $300 on a more normal BJ game, and enough to get you comped a room and some food at the Wynn--even the way the OP describes if playing 8 hours a day.
     
  16. VegasBubba

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    No, however I speak spanish and I sat down next to a couple from mexico city and started talking to them (in spanish) and "helped" them play. That host has now left and I was assigned another host from international marketing.
     
  17. Kickin

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    Yes playing $100-$300 at 6/5 blackjack makes the comps sound more realistic. Congrats on winning $5k at the pool, that must have been a fun time.

    As far as your question about what it would take to be RFB, here is something thecarve posted from his host a while back, the avg bet size referring to blackjack:

    4000 points or $200/hand (4 hours) = TS Room
    8000 points or $300/hand = TS Room + $200 f/b
    25,000 points or $550/hand = Executive Suite (RFB)
    40,000 points or $600/hand = Parlor Suite (RFB)
    60,000 points or $750/hand = Salon Suite (RFB)
     
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