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Cosmo is loving the slot players I guess!

Discussion in 'Comps' started by matchu, Jul 21, 2013.

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  1. matchu

    matchu Low-Roller

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    This will be our 4th (!!) comp offer this year from the Cosmo! If you are a slot player, I highly recommend giving them some play. No resort fee on a comped room, beautiful rooms w/ balconies, great pool, and IMO the best drink service on The Strip.
     
  2. floridavegas

    floridavegas Low-Roller

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    Good to know! Staying there for the first time in a couple weeks. I LOVE to play BJ at Bond Bar, super nice bar staff, my fav "cosmo" comped...

    I do have some favorite slots!! Monopoly Epic, blazing 777! I am beyond excited!!
     
  3. Naturaleight

    Naturaleight High-Roller

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    Just wanted to add I recently started giving them bulk of my play too. I just got an offer for 3 comp nights, $300 in food, and $750 in promo chips. I feel like their comps are much more generous than other strip properties, especially Mlife. They have excellent video poker as well as other things you mentioned. They have the most 9/6 JoB I have found on the strip. And hundred hand play machines at denominations I've been looking for. If your a VP player, definitely give them a shot.

    Unfortunately they have some of the worst Blackjack with a lot of stupid 6 to 5 tables, and none which stand on soft 17 even in high limit.
     
  4. ryanmac44

    ryanmac44 Tourist

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    What kind of play are you giving them in slots?
     
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    irmster Low-Roller

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    I only played there once, and only to play through their $100 rebate offer.

    Got an offer for 2 free nights which I am taking up in a few days.
     
  6. bardolator

    bardolator Lifelong Low Roller

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    Cosmo does NOT have excellent video poker. It has PLAYABLE video poker but only if you play at the $5 level, which means $25 per hand.

    Cosmo has outstanding drinks in its Crystal Lounge, including (naturally) the Cosmo. Not sure how comped drinks match up to that but it's another indication.

    We never received the 2-night offer and also didn't play slots. Could Cosmo be basing its offer on what games people play? Maybe we will know more in time, but in the meantime, perhaps people using the $100 deal ought to play some slots.
     
  7. matchu

    matchu Low-Roller

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    The comp drinks on the casino floor are probably the best in Vegas.

    As for play, we've run through about $5000 coin-in, each time. And we've stayed on a comp three times since January. We'll see if it continues after this stay in August! :banana:
     
  8. DeMoN2318

    DeMoN2318 The DERS

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    Wow...this is totally opposite my experience at Cosmo...They take forever to come by and even longer to come back with the drink...
     
  9. matchu

    matchu Low-Roller

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    That's crazy! I have had nothing but super cocktail service every time! But I was commenting on the quality of the drinks, which I think is super also. Espresso martinis and raspberry lemon drops are both :nworthy:
     
  10. paperposter

    paperposter VIP Whale

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    they are desprate to get people in there thats why comps are easy but there table games sux and unless a host is comping your stuff on the back end you get like nothing in comp dollars on your players card for playing there:grrr:
     
  11. jrp227

    jrp227 Tourist

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    I'm not sure if I agree with the part about earning comp dollars. It seems pretty easy to me to earn several hundred identity dollars at a time for tables, whereas comparable play might earn 20-30 dollars at Caesars. Also, they don't force you to burn those when the host clears the bill like some places do. I do agree, though with the earlier posters sentiments on the gaming conditions
     
  12. Nittany1

    Nittany1 VIP Whale

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    I'm not a huge Cosmo fan but that is based on my issues with the hotel.
    I agree that the cocktail service and the quality of drinks is the best I have experienced anywhere outside of a high limit pit anywhere in Las Vegas.
     
  13. paperposter

    paperposter VIP Whale

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    well ive done abounch of high limit playing on the tables in there and in my opinion from the dollars i got i say they sux.
    ive posted before about how little you get for your play there.
     
  14. anewfoundsin

    anewfoundsin Tourist

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    So in other words, sit down at a slot machine, and play play play and you will earn generous comps?
     
  15. tringlomane

    tringlomane STP Addicted Beer Snob

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    About how many points did you earn that day if you wouldn't mind saying? I was hoping my g/f might have got a tiny offer from her play trying that promo, but I was the one getting an email stating small discounts on rooms and she got 20X the number of points that I did. I wondered if they got her email wrong or something. :confused:
     
  16. LOCALGAMBLER77

    LOCALGAMBLER77 Tourist

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    Yes I noticed it too

    Yes, I dropped in about two months ago and saw a machine that I had never seen before (it was a Monopoly slot of some sort) and I ended up playing it for about three hours (max bet $4 a throw). Suddenly, I got $150 in free play per week and 2 free Wicked Spoon buffets per week (as a local player). Nice! Also, I was offered two free nights in August for a staycation. I do love their balconies and the rooms are nice and very unique on the strip.

    This is after a year of non-play due to their draconian drop in comps from their opening days.
     
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