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Comps in Reno

Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Hotels & Casinos' started by klove42, Apr 15, 2014.

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  1. klove42

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    Where is the best place in Reno to sign up for a card and attract decent comps?

    I've been to Reno for the past few years and going again in 2 weeks. Other than Harrahs I find the comps pretty weak in Reno especially at Atlantis and GSR. I've read how great the comps are at Atlantis but after putting through 15k coin through the slots and $25-50 avg bets on blackjack last year over 2 days I didn't get much for return offers. I'll admit I built up nice comps with the point multiplier and a host was pretty generous with a steakhouse comp but my monthly offers have been just $25 in FP and 3 nights standard room. I plan on using the room this year on the weekend nights and gambling somewhere else to attract comps for our trip next year. We always get a car in Reno so getting around is not a problem. I read all the hype about the Atlantis but I just don't see it.

    GSR - Spent 2 nights there as well last year put about 10k coin through on slots and absolutely nothing for return offers not even a room. Needless to say I will not be going back there again although I love the resort and the rooms.

    Am I just not gambling enough at these casinos to warrant decent comps? I mostly play the worst odds penny slots with avg bet sizes of $2-$3.

    Comparatively, last year started out the trip in Lake Tahoe so betting was lower since we were spending 6 nights in Reno and did 2 nights in Lake Tahoe at Harrahs and I put through 7k coin through slots and average bet of $10-$20 blackjack. Host comped out $100 tab at gift shop. My offers for May are $100 slot fp coupon, $300 table game bet til you lose chips, and $50 dining credit plus obv free rooms. Also the Montbleu gave some solid offers and only spent a few hours in there.

    Only get to Reno/Tahoe once a year due to the high costs of travel there versus other gambling markets.

    Maybe I'll just stay loyal to Harrahs since they seem to give the best comps overall unless some Reno regulars have better suggestions?
     
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