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Beau Rivage Mailer - How much to play

Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Hotels & Casinos' started by weazel03, Jan 21, 2015.

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  1. weazel03

    weazel03 Tourist

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    Got a mailer in for the trip to Beau Rivage in February. Talked with my GF and we are thinking about going (both 26). How much do they "expect" you to play to keep getting invited back? Any recommendations for 2 people in our 20's... yes we like to party.

    I highly doubt it, but this wont affect my Vegas comps right? I am going in March and June, and haven't booked either of them yet.

    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. DaiLun

    DaiLun R.C., L.C., and A.A.N.G.

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    If it's an mLife comp, it may affect your mLife offers.
     
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    Yes, MLife comp. I'm going to gamble but I would rather save my bankroll for the two other trips. What amount do you think? I thought mlife only gives comps to properties you have gabled at in Vegas?
     
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    They comp, but at a lower level.

    You accumulate less TC for your action at Beau Rivage. If you are a slot player, you accumulate 20% of the TC that you would at any Las Vegas mLife property. (LV=10TC per base point, BR=2TC per base point)

    You may want to check with a host before you go as to how much play you will need in order that it doesn't affect your LV trips.
     
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    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    You will already be there. Play as you see fit. Trying to figure out what it will do to future comps will drive you nuts, and even if you had inside information - it changes too often anyways.

    If you are looking to party, check what nights they have some "action". It can be rather quiet earlier in the week, but the front bar and the one in the back pick up on the weekend.
     
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    Well put, I guess I am a worrywart about preserving comp privileges. Sorry for the stress.
     
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    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Personally, I doubt any host, or even anyone in the bowels of Mlife could truly answer that. I would guess a very low play or no play might hurt, but other than that, good luck figuring it out.
     
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    I think that you should just gamble the way you usually do.. We really enjoy he trip to Biloxi, we are taking one 02/20-23.
     
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    Well, my host at MGM was able to give me a point total over my stay that she "wanted" to see to "make my comp".
     
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    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    The real question, is that a number that the "system" is looking for, or a number the host is looking for to make HER job look good?

    P.S. - you will not get the real answer from somebody whose primary job is to get the maximum play from her customers and give out the least amount of comps. Just the way it is. If you are "tight" with your host, you might get an idea.
     
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