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Did I get CORRECT amount of COMPS? CET

Discussion in 'Comps' started by corpus71, Sep 2, 2014.

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  1. corpus71

    corpus71 Tourist

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    First Post, First of all thanks for great knowledge share and plethora of good info. OMG I am addicted to some threads!!!. Thanks everybody.

    Even though i played a lot over last many years i have not taken a player card , just could not feel comfortable them tracking me/my play. anyways past weekend i took TR card in CP and in 10-12 hours i blew ~5k ( was up to 8 k and then gave it all) between 75% baccarat and 15% roulette and 10% HL slots. i came back home and checked and saw that i got ~3200 RC and TC of ~8000. I played 6 whole shoes of bacc during this time. my questions are (1) are my comps right? (2) how do i save these comps as they are scheduled to expire in 6 months (becasue locally i play at indian casinos two days each month and spend about 1.5k/month (12k/year) and i go to vegas only twice a year)

    Thanks
    Kris
     
  2. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Best thing you can do is read down through some old posts.

    Meanwhile, you you RC - reward credits - think of it as CET cash to spend on food, etc. Any activity at least once every 6 months will keep them active forever.

    Then you have TC - tier credits. This is the measurement to get to Plat, Diamond, etc. They reset to zero every January 1st, but do not expire before then. Hitting certain levels of TC on one day will result in bonus TC. Guessing you got some of those.

    Check out totalrewards.com for more info.
     
  3. DJ Ran

    DJ Ran High-Roller

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    If you get the Total Rewards Visa card, you don't have to worry about your RC's expiring.
     
  4. Gamesman

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    What were your average bets? The average bets determine the ADT which determine the comps.
     
  5. M0rtyC

    M0rtyC Low-Roller

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    You can Also apply for the TR credit card. One purchase every 6 months and your points don't expire
     
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    Bonus early day Downtown
    Annual end of the rodeo trip
  6. RiddickBull

    RiddickBull VIP Whale

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    Can you provide average bet and theo
     
  7. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Not totally.

    Avg bets, plus number of bets per hour, plus number of hours, plus theo of particular game all figure into the final number


    And another often overlooked variable. At CET, each day 6am to 6am approx is a day that is figured in. If you do 10,000 in bets on Tuesday, and play for a few minutes on Wed at $100 total bet, you average is shot to hell.
     
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  8. ButterflyMtn

    ButterflyMtn High-Roller

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    You don't have to get another credit card. If you buy things online you can fo through the TR marketplace and connect to your favorite online stores and earn RCs that way too
     
  9. corpus71

    corpus71 Tourist

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    Average bet is 125-150 on bac
    In roulette I tried to put around 150 bucks on 20 all the time (did not work once also) :)
     
  10. newmans

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    How many days did you play using the card?
     
  11. corpus71

    corpus71 Tourist

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    18 hours of ginger in 2 calendar days.


    I have another question...is there a way I can see in my TR account how much ($$$$$)win/loss I did for each month or day?
    That would be helpful or is there a cet number we can call and they will let us know
     
  12. corpus71

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    18 hours of gaming*
     
  13. Gamesman

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    AFAIK, you only see a win/loss statement at the end of the year.
     
  14. newmans

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    You can see your win/loss on the TR site, but not for the current year. You would have to ask your/a host for current win/loss info.
    I don't think a low-mid level table player generates many reward credits. But that is why you would have a host.. With that level of play, you would be getting back end comps.

    Maybe you had play over 3 days since CET's gaming day is 6am-6am. CET gives bonus tier credits. It's easier to understand 8000 tier credits if it was over 3 gaming days.
     
  15. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Win/loss for most people does not mean anything as far as comps, points, etc. Everything is tracked at the amount put in play. Very high end players do have their win/loss evaluated.
     
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