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Cosmo comps

Discussion in 'Comps' started by sporty8705, Feb 16, 2013.

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  1. sporty8705

    sporty8705 VIP Whale

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    I haven't played at Cosmo in like a year. They started sending me a two free night offer or a 200 credit if i book a weekend stay. If i book it but don't play to their liking will they take it back or charge me for it?
     
  2. RiddickBull

    RiddickBull VIP Whale

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    If it is a corporate offer then no. They probably will not send you anymore offers if you don't play.
     
  3. sporty8705

    sporty8705 VIP Whale

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    I plan to play but the only time I was ever in the Cosmo was in March of last year when I did their 100 loss rebate.. I lost 100, then played the rebate and left.. to I really only lost 100ish bucks there..
     
  4. BeeeJay

    BeeeJay President of The Red Lobster Hostess Satisfaction

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    I've had the following experiences with comps at Cosmo:

    #1 Played a bunch with no offer and was able to get a comped room for a night on the spot.

    #2 Played pretty little on an offer stay, no immediate consequence.

    #3 Played quite a bit after booking a 2-night comp stay but staying add'l nights on an online special, they comped most of the add'l 2 nights on the back end.

    Cosmo has been hard to predict as mailers seem to come maybe quarterly, usually offer 2 nights, sometimes includes weekends, sometimes not. But I feel like they've treated me decently, and respectfully for my play level, especially considering their higher rack rates. I can't say the same for MGM/CET. I actually have some loyalty to Cosmo, but it is primarily based on my enjoyment of the rooms, the atmosphere, and the food. Decent comp treatment is a bonus.
     
  5. natedog666

    natedog666 17 and 20 Expert

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    I agree, I like their atmosphere and I think their comps are fair. Part of the reason I like their atmosphere is probably because their dealers are trained very well (over 150 are from the Wynn), so usually have no issues with them.
     
  6. littlepiggie

    littlepiggie VIP Whale

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    I am not a high roller. I have been able to get comps on weekends and week days. My last offer was for week days only but I contacted my host and she comped me the weekend. She also was friendly and even told me how much extra money I could spend when I asked how much comp I had left about a few hours before I left. I really enjoy the property. I feel I am treated fairly for my level of play. I wish they had the props bets on craps though.
     
  7. sporty8705

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    Sounds good
    Forgot to ask if the comp covers the resort fee...
     
  8. nubia11

    nubia11 Low-Roller

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    I recently stayed on a VIP Services comp offer and the resort fee was waived.
     
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