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ADT from my host

Discussion in 'Comps' started by CJ's, Jan 17, 2015.

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  1. CJ's

    CJ's Low-Roller

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    Just had a week in the Aria comped ( CES week ) and upon checkout my host was on leave and no one was on duty in the host lounge.
    I thought I had put in my hours necessary to cover my comp but have no actual idea, other than my 135k TC with Milfe to go on, so wanted to drop an e-mail to him to see what info i could get out of him. Have a feeling I migh have fallen short as I did spread my play around other Milfe casinos but mostly at Aria

    He is a man of very few words from our cominuction in the past. If I ask him for my numbers from this week or even my week in Aug 2014 to compare with what might I expect in reply if anything? Is he obliged to give me this or is this priviledged info? Wanted to know in case it affects my possible Aug trip this later this year

    Thanks :evillaugh
     
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  2. MidnightBJ

    MidnightBJ Low-Roller

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    It had been pretty well confirmed that you earn tier credits at a rate of 30 per dollar of theo. So, in your case, based on 135k tier credits, you had $4500 in theo. You should pretty much expect about 25-30% of that back, since about 5% is given as express comps already. If you played at another mlife property, your host likely won't consider any of that play. Now, wins/losses do seem to affect hosts' application of those comps.
     
  3. UKFanatic

    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    No idea what kind of reply to expect. he's not required to give you any of that info, although it seems a lot of hosts will. As for your comps, it depends on what kind of room you had comped up front (standard room or suite) and how much additional you're looking to get comped. Overall, you can probably expect $2500 to $2700 total in comps (that figure includes the upfront comp)
     
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    Scottndindy Low-Roller

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    I asked for my time, average bet, and theo and my host had no problem sending them to me.
     
  5. CJ's

    CJ's Low-Roller

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    Thanks all
    It was just a standard room but it was CES week so i know the prices sky rocket on those couple of days.
    Sounds like I did my bit, just wanted to know as my bi annual trips are becoming a regular thing now and I'd like to keep him sweet for future visits. Should be OK as my August week is supposedly a slow time in Vegas.
    My kid brother is heading out in early June for the start of the WSOP but he's staying at the Cosmo, can't make that as that's the GF's 2 weeks in the sun time and she hates Vegas. As my bro says it's sunny in Vegas lol

    Might drop him a line see what he says, nothing to lose hey?
     
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