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CET room comps

Discussion in 'Comps' started by Carole, Jul 10, 2014.

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  1. Carole

    Carole Low-Roller

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    I have no problem getting comped rooms as lowly diamond member but after recent experience with host I was hoping someone could tell me if I am comped 2 rooms for 4 nights and the rate calendar without using a total rewards card number to book those rooms is showing the total of 631.00 for each room for the 4 nights what my expected play would have to be so I am not being over comped?
     
  2. sindustry

    sindustry VIP Whale

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    Don't bank on this, but I would guess around $320 per hand for 4 hours per day...just for the rooms. This is based on the assumption they want the average bet to be the nightly room rate for 4 hours of play per day. If you play slots, i have no idea what kind of coin-in you would need.
     
  3. mrem3200

    mrem3200 High-Roller

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    I am not sure I totally understand what you are saying. You don't need to play anywhere near $320 to get a free room.
     
  4. sindustry

    sindustry VIP Whale

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    Maybe i did not understand what the OP was asking. I thought the OP was asking if they booked 2 rooms (uncomped) at the stated price, how much play would it take to get it comped on the backend.

    Yes, to get your room comped does not require as much play as pit critters and hosts generally say, but if you go with the blanket response they usually give (average bet equal to room rate for four hours per day), then you roughly get the $320 per hand, to cover both rooms.
     
  5. domeboy

    domeboy VIP Whale

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    A good rule of thumb is that they will give you comps equal to 40% of your Average Daily Theoretical loss. So, if you have a total coin in of $1,000 on a machine and the hold on the machine is 10% your ADT is $100. They plan on giving you around $40 in comps.

    But, the room rate may not be what a non-TR booking is. They may use rack rate which is higher for comp purposes.
     
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  6. mrem3200

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  7. BayouBengal

    BayouBengal VIP Whale

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    It's tough to gauge what exactly is needed for a room comp as often what the casino values the room at may be less than the rack rate. I get offers for 2 free nights at Cosmo and I don't bet near the room rate for the terrace studio.
     
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