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Comp at Fremont

Discussion in 'Comps' started by garrman, Jan 20, 2013.

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  1. garrman

    garrman Low-Roller

    May 17, 2008
    Trips to Las Vegas:
    Hey all,

    I received a comp for 4 free nights at Fremont. I also received $100 free play and complimentary meals. In the list of bconnected offers, the room, fp, dining are all listed as separate offers.

    I know that you have to use the room offer to use the fp, can I use all 3 offers? Has anyone done this?

    Also, what does the dining comp entitle me to? My buddy got a dining comp and his stipulates $35, but there is no amount on mine.

    Any information is greatly appreciated!!

  2. Terry Benedict

    Terry Benedict VIP Whale

    Jun 27, 2010
    Trips to Las Vegas:
    For general answers and opinions, this board is a good spot to go. For specific questions like this, the Bconnected players club can give you specific answers.

    HAWJOHN Tourist

    Aug 15, 2010
    Trips to Las Vegas:
    Based on having one time using the Fremont (now using MSS) as my home casino, here is my interpretation. The B-connected site will not provide an explanation and only duplicate what was in the mailed offer.

    You can use all three offers at the same time. If you look at your mailed offer next to your name or on the B-connected site, there will be an offer code. If this is the recent offer for April, your code would probably read E0413HA or E0413MA.

    In my opinion, your level of play is high enough to warrant host attention. If you are silent, the free meal anytime offer will most likely be a coupon book that you can use for certain menu items. The coupons have a small value for the other menu items.

    If you contact a host, you should ask whether your play qualified you for a “Silver” or “Gold” card. The Silver card entitles you to eat free at the low end restaurants or buffets at any down town Boyd Hotel. The Gold card would include their fine dining restaurant. In my opinion, you would be given the Gold card. The card also allows you to go ahead of the buffet lines at Fremont or MSS.

    As for your friend, he is a lower average gambler entitled for payment of meals up to $35.00.
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