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Availability of Credit Comps?

Discussion in 'Comps' started by DonDraper, Apr 14, 2014.

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  1. DonDraper

    DonDraper Newbie

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    Hope someone can help.. I'm a non-USA citizen and fly in internationally for my trips which may come into play for this questions answer.

    First the background.. I mostly play DDVP, about 12 hours a day every day I'm there (from 4 to 7 days) at about $25 a game (10 games at .50 credit).

    I've been doing Vegas for many trips, have a few favorite places and right now that's Caesars (I like the hotel but know there odds are not the best :ssst:

    I also have a great host - she takes care of everything with any number of nights I request and extensions (which happen a lot!) and all room charges off at end :beer:

    My question.. I often read on hear about people getting x amount of upfront credit comps from $300 to $1000's even. I have never been offered that either when a new casino calls me to invite me other or my present host contacts me because I've had a few months off, or just on any of my regular trips.. could it be because I'm an international player or do I need to ask for these offers? :confused2::banana:
     
  2. CJ's

    CJ's Low-Roller

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    I would be interested to know this too.:wave:

    First impression for me would be that as they are comping you the room up front they take into consideration that any FP would be offset against the "cost" of your room comp.:confused2:
    I get my room comped at the Aria but have never been offered any FP though I have been granted FB credit, not sure if this is considered the same as Resort Credits. I'm sure some one else would be able to clear this up?:eek:
     
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  3. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    By credit comps, I will assume like the last poster you mean "freeplay".

    Rare that a host will give out any freeplay. Marketing/corporate will mail out offers from time to time, based on past play history.

    Also, this tends to go to slot players, not video poker. In fact, some VP machines would not even accept the freeplay coupons. (most are moving to pin based freeplay these days vs the old coupons)
     
  4. AllNetDad

    AllNetDad Tourist

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    If we are talking FreePlay, ours is always in offers, not discretionary from hosts; though a Host may notice we have an FP offer when we didn't see it online.

    With $50-$60K coin in per day playing VP, we get about $350-$450 in FP (per trip) from either Mlife or TR.
     
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