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Can play in Vegas get comps in New Orleans?

Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Hotels & Casinos' started by 7out7, Jul 17, 2014.

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  1. 7out7

    7out7 Tourist

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    Hello, I have no experience with TR comps. Is it possible to get comped rooms in New Orleans based on play in Vegas?
     
  2. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    As to room comps, your play at most if not all CET casinos can get you room at any other CET casino.

    Just log into your account and look at the rate calendar for the casino you want to visit. Keep in mind that some of these locations have way less rooms available, so getting rooms will depend on your level of play. (and not your tier).

    I have booked comped rooms at many places that I have never visited before.
     
  3. bdautch

    bdautch High-Roller

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    I can confirm this. I prefer New Orleans to Vegas, and my closest casinos are in Atlantic City. So I've been comped at least a dozen rooms in NOLA without having set foot in Harrah's New Orleans for a year or more, just by earning at other CET locations.

    Keep in mind, not everyone can get comped specifically at Harrah's just off Canal Street. This is because Harrah's doesn't have many rooms. So they use partner properties, such as the Marriott and Sheraton, both just a few blocks up Canal. Not more than a five minute walk to the casino, and maybe even preferable because of their proximity to the rest of the city (French Quarter, St. Charles streetcar to the Garden District, etc.). You can also get the Wyndham by the convention center, or the Westin on the waterfront. Any of these should be reasonable, and in the 3-4 star range.
     
  4. atcmurph

    atcmurph Watcher Of The Skies

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    Yep. Never set foot in NOLA and got 3 comped nights at Harrah's.
     
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