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Contacting Casino for Hotel Rates

Discussion in 'Comps' started by aliasyoshi, Feb 8, 2013.

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  1. aliasyoshi

    aliasyoshi Low-Roller

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    Thinking of a trip later this spring and we tend to stay downtown. I am what you would call a micro-roller, so I don't get a ton of comp night offers, but randomly will after some trips. None have come in recently, but I am interested in contacting places downtown where I have played to ask about comps or at least a better rate than on the web. When I call them, who should I ask to speak with about this?
     
  2. JDinTN

    JDinTN MIA

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    Just ask to speak to VIP services or casino marketing. Different depts at different casinos. You can also ask to speak to the host on duty which is just a host filling in for general inquiries. If you call the normal reservations desk and tell them you'd like to talk to someone about a casino rate based on your play they should connect you to the right dept. They may be able to do it themselves. Even though you're a micro roller it is worth it to ask so you're doing the right thing.
     
  3. Gandolf One

    Gandolf One Tourist

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    If you are calling mLife properties, please compare "casino rate" with other websites like expedia or travelocity. My experience has been that casino rate they've offered me has been higher than I've been able to find at discount websites.

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  4. stripview

    stripview Tourist

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    I just did exactly what you are asking about, two days ago. I contacted The D and 4 Queens. The D offered me 3 free nights and 4 queens offered me casino rate, which was $10 less a night than expedia. It never hurts to call and ask. I just asked the reservations person and said I had a players card and they accessed my information with just my name. Good luck
     
  5. aliasyoshi

    aliasyoshi Low-Roller

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    Thanks, folks. I will contact some and see what happens. Downtown is already fairly cheap, but why not try to make it even cheaper, right? :beer:
     
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