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Aria hosts

Discussion in 'Comps' started by KoryD in WI, Sep 21, 2012.

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  1. KoryD in WI

    KoryD in WI Tourist

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    e mailed the host i met in december but pretty sure he is not a host there anymore. Anyone have a hosts e mail address or
    phone number. Thanks for the help
     
  2. shifter

    shifter Degenerate Gambler

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    why don't you call Aria and ask for him? then you'll know for sure if he still works there or not. if not, they will forward you to whoever took his players.
     
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    KoryD in WI Tourist

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    e mailed him and called him both not working. Will have to call tommorow to find a new host to deal with thanks
     
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    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Not working, or no answer?

    Casinos are rather stupid when people move along... no forwarding of email, etc.
     
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    Someone on this forum told me Michael Holland is good. But I haven't really worked with him yet cause we don't stay at Aria usually.
     
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    When I saw this thread, I was about to post the same link for table games. Didn't realize they had a separate crew of hosts just for slots. I always assumed a couple of the ones listed on table games handled that
     
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    Thanks for the info and the links
     
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    As far as I know it's like that at most of the M-Life casinos with separate hosts for slots and table players though of course some people do both types of gambling.
     
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    Naturaleight High-Roller

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    Are the hosts play expectations similar to that of Bellagio?
     
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    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    I'm curious about this as well. After my last trip staying at aria, but splitting my play between there and Bellagio (pretty much the same amount of hours at each), my host at Bellagio is promising me a lot more than my host at Aria.
     
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    Aria seems to want more for the same thing.
     
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    That's always been my impression. And even this past experience at aria was better than other experiences I have had there, Bellagio will still get more of my play. Might just be a difference between hosts, but I would rtaher reward with my play the host that takes better care of me
     
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    may seem like a dumb question but here goes (please be kind)

    I have a good host at Aria, I was wanting to try out Bellagio but don't want to upset my Aria contact any.

    Do you just look for host from Bellagio or ask Aria host?
    Would Bellagio host discuss with Aria host?

    My Aria host treats us very well with our stay don't want to destroy that.

    thanks Deb
     
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    Gets in around 11AM off Sun and Mon.

    I know the consensus is Aria seems to want more for the same play than Bellagio.
    My experience is just the opposite.It may be host related.
     
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    My experience is the same as Nittany1....I get far more comps at Aria than at Bellagio. I've had a couple of miserable hosts at Bellagio....miserable in that they didn't return emails, phone calls, etc. So, never looked back on the Bellagio. But, I don't have a $100K LOC, so am a minnow on the Bellagio screen and thus, get treated like a minnow. We will walk over to Bellagio and play there (love the conservatory) and then the offers for a suite and F/B start coming in.....but, I've been there and done that with them and know it's just a temporary feeling.
     
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