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Aria trips

Discussion in 'Comps' started by Gambling Host, Jun 4, 2014.

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  1. Gambling Host

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    I had my first stays at Aria in late April and again this past week. My numbers on the first trip (two nights) were 2523 theo with a win of 2300 and this trip (three nights) 4490 theo and 5800 in losses. I play Pai Gow Tiles and slots my average bet is usually around 350.00 and I play video theme and VP. Here’s my question what kind of offers can I expect, I haven’t received any offers for the April trip as of yet but contacted a host who has taken care of everything so far for me. He comped at the end of my first trip and comped my rooms prior to my second trip. I know that I am not a big player but hope to get some decent offers from this kind of play or am I just dreaming
     
  2. RiddickBull

    RiddickBull VIP Whale

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    You will definitely receive offers for comped rooms.
     
  3. UKFanatic

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    I agree that comped rooms are probably in the future. I'm guessing you play about three hours a day at $350 a hand. That should put you squarely in the free room range and a little resort credit
     
  4. paperposter

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    my guess is 3 nites comped some rc and probaly the free limo back and forth to the airport.

    i just dont know how many hours u played per trip , so its a guess

    it does take a while for the hard mail offers to come
     
  5. Kickin

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    You are by no means a small or even average player. Sure there are tons of way bigger players but with a 1200-1500 theo per night the equivalent average bet for a 4 hr/day BJ player would be around 600-700 per hand. I'd venture to say your offers will be better than just a comped room and a little resort credit, maybe a suite + RC + show tix + limo.
     
  6. Gambling Host

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    I try and play more than the four hours per day at the tables plus slots. On the first trip I checked in Tuesday at 3PM and checked out Thursday at 7AM and they counted it as three days so my ADT goes from 1250 to 840 which is bad because I wasn’t even there 48 hours. So not sure how many days this trip rated for. I go to play so I always get my hours in plus, I would guess that I played tables at least 14 to 15 hours the second trip plus my slot play. Remember Pai Gow is a slower game so a lot easier to get hours in on a higher ave bet for me
     
  7. paperposter

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    you will also get free zarkana tics with your offer, its standard at this pint, but yes at your play , room, rc , limo back and forth and show tics up front, then its up to you and the host from there
     
  8. Nittany1

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    You will probably get a Corner Suite plus all the other things mentioned above.
    If you are looking to book a trip before you receive any offers just call a host.
     
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