Discussion in 'Comps' started by RiddickBull, Jan 8, 2014.
What is the average bet needed to get a sky suite at Aria?
Completely comped? For how many nights? What game are you playing? For how many hours are you playing each day?
I can't answer your question, but the folks who can need a lot more information than you are providing.
As always, average bet is only part of the equation. Hours played is also a factor as well as the game played. It's all about theo
I don't know if there is a magic number. if I were to guess, I would say 1k a hand. My last trip there in November, my host comped me a penthouse suite upfront. I averaged over $1500 a hand during the trip and when I called my host about getting a two bedroom penthouse suite for my trip next week, she comped it without hesitation. Hopefully that info helps
my bets vary and the can also be going by my losses but ive rececived this offer a few times. this was just sent to me again
300 resort credit
limo pickup and drop off
2 show tickets
3 nites sky suites
my bets vary from 100 to lets say 1000. im sure ive 2000 at times but if we do and avarage its probaly going to be around 400 a hand thats just a guess.
plenty of times just 100- 200 a hand all bj and some baccaratt
this is my febuary thru april offer at aria
Keep in mind, there are different levels of SkySuites. The Aria suite is less than the Penthouse Suites, and those are less than the Sky Villas (which your host has to invite you to stay at)
yes i know i use there limo from the sky villas a few times .the funny thing is i live next door to aria
A daily theo over $1000 should suffice. You can work backwards to find what average bet is needed to achieve that. If you're still playing 1-2 shoes per day of baccarat I'd say you'll need an average bet of $1500.
Unless you need the privacy of Sky Suites, I recommend just taking a Corner Suite in the regular tower.
Also, keep in mind your past action comes into play...you mentioned before you planned to low-play Aria when you went out for the Mayweather fight. If you did, that will factor in.
This is excellent advice. I was quoting 1k a hand assuming you were playing four hours a day of bac or BJ. I don't keep up with your TRs, but Jack is right, if you low played Aria on a recent trip, you probably cannot expect an upfront comp for a Skysuite unless you either play more than 1k per hand next trip, or play many more hours each day
Thanks for the help. My bad for not including details.
Hours played per day: 4-5 hours (shoes)
Room: 2-bedroom sky suite
Yes, I did low play them for the Mayweather fight on a corporate offer. If I were to book with a host, I would not low play. I am sure this would make the host worried.
Nice offer. I just got back and my average bet was about $375 for baccarat.
What is your theo per day to receive such offers?
honestly no clue i only pay attention to what i win or loose
Lol, same here. I decided to call the on duty host find my ratings. My theo was 2k. I wonder if that is enough.
i live in vegas.
so all i care about is how much im up or down i am.
and if i ask for something and say i loose 20 grand why wont they give it to me .
to me the bottow line is how much money im ahead and what i can get for it.atleast i hope im up
i was at ny n y i new the pit guy when i was leaving ask what my avearage bet was he said you where all over the map 100-2000. so ill make it right for and your right i was all over the place.
LOL too bad right across the road from ya
Just got the same offer with $400 RC
Having just returned from 5 nights at Aria over New Years I know what my play was.
5 nights in a corner suite at RFB
20 hours total play 17.5 hours Craps
2.5 hours BJ
Avg bet $385
Like PP some sessions at $1000 some at $200
I have been comped in the SkySuites 5-6 times and my average is probably around $400
I don't get RFB upfront there but usually $300-$400 credit upfront.
This is the standard one bedroom.
My host put me in the Penthouse once and it was a real treat.
Earlier Captain Jack suggested a Corner Suite if you don't need the privacy of the Sky Suites.My thought is if you can get SkySuites,do it.
The Corner Suite I was just in was very nice.
It was the fourth different type of Corner Suite I have been in.
Some are nicer than others.
This one had a smaller bathroom than the other ones I have been in.
The one thing I'm not crazy about is the long walk to the room and every Corner Suite has it.
Maybe not a huge deal but the short hallways of the SkySuites are really nice.
Forgetting your phone and having to go back from the casino is a 15 minute round trip.
Also having coffee and water at the bottom of the elevator and not waiting in the Starbucks line is a major plus for me.
I agree. For me, the corner suite is not much of an upgrade over the standard king room. Maybe the couple times I stayed in one I just got a bad layout, but IMO, it really wasn't much better than the standard room
How about the panoramic suites are those cool?
Honestly, I don't know which ones are the "panoramic" suites. I've stayed in the penthouse suite and my host gave me a tour of the aria suites and a couple different sky villas. I don't know if the sky villas I saw were considered the "panoramic" suites or not. But regardless, they were pretty freakin awesome. My host told me that each one has a different design. The two she walked me through were on top of the Aria facing the Strip and it felt like you were looking down on top of everything. The rooms and décor were ridiculous
As UK said,there are "Panoramic Suites" in both the SkySuites and Panoramic Corner Suites.
Kind of confusing ,I know.
My first stay at Aria was a Panoramic Corner Suite.
Floor to ceiling windows and high floor.It had a small living room though that was crowded for partying with friends.
For my wife and I only it was fine as it had a couch chair,small desk,bar,fridge.etc.
The weird thing is they have to mount the TV on a pole almost in the middle of the room so it takes up some of the space.
The layout of Aria provides for many different "corners"
Basically Panoramic should usually mean the highest floors.
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