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Aria Corner Suite Comp Cost?

Discussion in 'Comps' started by Red Raider, Nov 23, 2015.

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  1. Red Raider

    Red Raider Tourist

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    Does anyone know how much Aria charges for a corner suite when in on a comp offer? I just returned from 2 nights comp in a corner suite with 150 F&B per day and VIP check in. I did not use the F&B credit on my arrival or departure day but charged 180.00 for food (tipped in cash) on day 2. When i went to the rewards desk to get my totals for the trip, I was told the 150 is per day and can't be carried over so she asked if I wanted to use my EC to cover the 30.00 on my bill. I declined and asked to talk to a host but had to leave for the airport before I could talk to someone. The Tower Suite check in is a nice addition and more convenient than the sky suites lounge.

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  2. shifter

    shifter Degenerate Gambler

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    actual is your actual loss.

    the rewards desk with never do anything for you.

    you need to talk to a host.

    the room cost was about $350/night, so $700 and with the F&B, total charges were $880.

    you earned over $2k in comps minimum, so you should have charged more F&B.
     
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    shifter Degenerate Gambler

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    on a side note, that comes out to $758 theo per $1k bet per hour.

    exactly what I have logged as the dice theo at Mlife properties.
     
  4. Its Only Money

    Its Only Money Low-Roller

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    Is this true for all players? I am typically in the $125 - $150 range per bet at craps and always just go to the MLife desk. I have never gone in to the host area, because frankly I know my action isn't what the Aria is looking for I like the property and am fine paying for what have to pay for. Previous trips the MLife desk has taken care of some of my bill, in October however, they said they could only apply my ECs. When I go after Christmas I plan on stopping in the host area and having them review my play at the end of my stay. I just want to make make sure I get the most that I can. Thanks
     
    I need one more trip to up my frequent flier level
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    shifter Degenerate Gambler

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    you can thank PGP for that.

    I guarantee the reps have been told not to use primary comps any longer.

    that will save them a ton of money on uneducated customers (the majority).

    I'm pretty sure you'll have to go to a host to get any primary comps applied.
     
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