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CET Room Comps

Discussion in 'Comps' started by StevieNight, Apr 8, 2016.

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  1. StevieNight

    StevieNight Tourist

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    Quick question, I am sure someone here knows the answer...I can seemingly book room comps at a number of CET properties for a stay later this year and wondered if I can book comped rooms at multiple different CET hotels if there is no overlap.

    My plan for example is to spend a couple of nights at Paris, a night at MGM in between (Friend is staying there and will be sharing his room), and then a couple of nights at Ballys.

    Will the CET system let me book this - I will only be using 4 nights of Comps, and have a day elsewhere inbetween. My understanding is that it is back to back comps that generally cause issues.

    Thanks in advance for any advice! :drunk:
     
  2. DaiLun

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

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    I believe that you need 72 hours in between comps.
     
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  3. Fet297

    Fet297 Vegas is my happy place!

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    In February I booked and stayed at Rio, Harrahs Laughlin, then two nights at Golden Gate, then three nights at Ballys. All comped without issue. Not sure if the Laughlin day trip mattered?
     
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  4. phantomfj

    phantomfj Low-Roller

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    Just a few months ago we had back to back stays, 2 nights at Harrahs then 3 nights at Caesars palace, all comped. I believe CET caps it at 5 consecutive nights. If the website wont let you (it didn't for me because the dates overlapped, it may not be an issue for you because you have a day elsewhere between) just call in and book the 2nd reservation in person.
     
  5. Naturaleight

    Naturaleight High-Roller

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    Yeah, I've done a month trip where all I did was move from comp room to comp room at difference properties. Just make sure there is ample time between offers, 72 hours as someone suggested.
     
  6. Chuck2009x

    Chuck2009x VIP Whale

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    I just tried and the TR online booking engine requires 3 nights in between reservations when you're logged in.

    I have a stay where checkout is Saturday, I can't book another room to start until the following Tuesday. I don;t know if the fact that my first stay includes 5 comp nights is involved. I want to say that booking online used to only require 1 night in between, but I don;t really remember.

    I think if you're eligible for 5 comp nights and you're only using 4, you can probably book the 5th night by calling, assuming that specific night at that specific hotel is comp-eligible for you.
     
  7. mrstealth

    mrstealth High-Roller

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    Right, it's 72 hours between stays in the "same market". So, the reason the above poster was allowed a consecutive stay in Laughlin is Laughlin is considered a different market even though it is only a little over 1 hour drive away.

    Depending on your level of play, you can accomplish what you want but it will require you to call in to over-ride the online system. The other option for couples (assuming each has a total reward card in their name and they have adequate play to warrant comps) is to book one room at one property in the husbands name, and book the other room on the wife's card.
     
  8. rycelover

    rycelover Low-Roller

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    Perhaps you can try calling the property and asking for the host on duty and have them book for you.


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  9. jgates8

    jgates8 VIP Whale

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    When I wanted to change properties during a trip I had to call to book the 2nd segment. No phone booking fee as system wouldn't let me do it myself


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  10. DReynolds86

    DReynolds86 Come On, You Blues!

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    From my experience, the booking system is broken as heck, but you can always call and make arrangements over the phone. I had my Jubillee Tower room coming up as comped on Caesars.com and there was a "technical error" not allowing me to book it. A five-minute phone call later and I'm booked.
     
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