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Cet comp room offers

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by CALELLA, Mar 22, 2015.

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  1. CALELLA

    CALELLA Low-Roller

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    Hope you guys can help me out here re CET offers.

    I am booked up for 7-18th June and am doing a bit of Hotel hopping due to offers etc.

    First 5 days I'm in El Cortez then move to Mandalay Bay for 1 night then The Luxor for 3 nights then finally Flamingo for last 2 nights.

    Now I was just looking at the Total Rewards site and came across offers at Ballys for 7-11th June that look like they are COMP offers where I would only pay the Resort Fee of $28(incl TAX).

    Having never booked comp rooms before I tried and it looks like I can only book one night (ie 7th June) and not the whole 5 nights, am I missing something here or is it the case that I would only be able to book 1 COMP night or could I then go on and book each subsequent night separately then hopefully link them when I check in?

    I would be surprised if the offer was for me as my play doesn't warrant many offers(predominantly a Poker player with some low volume Roulette/VP play).

    I would add the link but not sure if this is ok on the board or not.

    Any help would be appreciated as I would rather cancel the ElCo booking and stay at Ballys for the first 5 days as hardly any difference in price between the two.

    Thanks in advance, Jimmy.
     
  2. newmans

    newmans VIP Whale

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    You may have an offer for 5 comp nights, but it might be sold out for that particular offer. Try calling reservations. If the nights you are looking for are sold out, they would be able to confirm it.
     
  3. Chuck2009x

    Chuck2009x VIP Whale

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    Instead of looking at offers under My Offers, just go straight to the availability calendar for Bally's (or for all of the hotels).

    It is true that when you look at availability calendars, the COMP/price for that date is based on only staying for that night.

    So you may see a whole week showing as COMP, but your play only warrants then giving you a single night comped. In that case, when you select a string of nights, and then proceed, it will show you the price they're willing to give you for that length of stay.

    1, Log in
    2. Click Book Now
    3. Select Flexible Dates radio button
    4. Select Las Vegas in the "Where Do you want to go?" dropdown. Set the "All hotels" dropdown to Bally's.
    5. Put in June 1 as your Check In Date, and click Search
    6. When the calendar loads, click on the first night and the last night (not checkout day) of your stay, and click Select Room
    7. You'll get a listing of rooms with the average price per night shown. If you click on the "View Total" button under the price, it will breakdown the price by night and show you which ones are comped and how much you are paying for the rest.
     
  4. CALELLA

    CALELLA Low-Roller

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    Perfect Chuck, that's exactly the info I was hoping to get and now I at least know how to navigate around their offers page, much appreciated.

    Thanks also Newmans
     
  5. waverunner

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    I have June 7th-13th booked at Bally's, i have the 7th-12th comped, as 5 nights is the max online.
    Chuck is correct in bypassing offers and using the flexable rate calender. I personally never book offers, i'd rather get comped nights instead.
    Once you have comped nights, look at the rooms selection. If the comped rooms are just the classic in the Indigo Tower, still book them, then when you check in do the $20 trick to at least get the Deluxe rooms higher up.
    In my case i could only book the classic this time, usually i can book comped rooms both classic and deluxe. The deluxe rooms have better views and are higher up.

    Here are a few pics i took from the deluxe rooms at Indigo Tower in 2013-2014:
     

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  6. Darreningreenwood

    Darreningreenwood Low-Roller

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    I agree, except for the quoted above. There are a few exceptions to this: I looked at the calendar, and had 3 comped nights available at Planet Hollywood. My offers also included a "2 free nights and $30 in free play" at PHo. So instead of booking the three nights on the calendar, I selected the offer, and put in a three night stay. I got my three nights free (the two from the offer, and the other from the calendar, all in one reservation), PLUS some free play. So while I usually avoid the offers as well, sometimes you can utilize them to your advantage. In fact, my last three visits have utilized offers: a VP tournament with FP, a two night stay with FP, and this three nighter with FP.
     
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