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Easiest room comps?

Discussion in 'Comps' started by JR Swift, Mar 21, 2016.

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  1. JR Swift

    JR Swift High-Roller

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    Here is my question in a nutshell: I come to Vegas 3 or 4 times a year for 3 or 4 nights each time and have enjoyed staying Downtown, off-strip or on the Strip. Let's just say that I want to find a hotel/casino that will take care of me on these trips with free rooms and maybe some free food or free play as well. I am willing to be quite loyal as far as giving that casino a consistent level of play, win or lose, but I want to minimize how much I have to play. What do you all think would be the best choice? I have had pretty good luck with Boyd but most of their offers tend to just be for 2 nights, regardless of how much I have played. In the past, I've successfully pulled off 4 nights at both the Hard Rock (during slow times) and the Rio (suspect most lower end TR hotels would also be in play) but both still charge those silly resort fees so it isn't really free. Thinking Downtown might be the way to go if I'm not too picky on the room quality. Have enjoyed playing at the Golden Gate and the D over the last few years so maybe that's an opportunity? Any feedback is welcome and I do thank you all in advance.
     
  2. aaisack

    aaisack High-Roller

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    Don't put all your eggs in one basket. I'm a low roller ($300-$500 a day gambling budget) and I get offers all over town for free rooms. I like week long trips and I like full pay video poker. Boyd is perfect for me because I can give a little play to Main Street Station, Orleans and Gold Coast and get reliable offers for all three properties which I can book back to back (3 night, 2 nights, 2 nights). Boyd properties (with the exception fo the downtown ones) generate separate offers. I also like to bounce around properties that I don't regularly visit to try and trigger teaser offers. Even 1k worth of coin in can trigger one. Give decent play as a walk in and watch the offers roll in. This gives me a couple back up options in case I get busted out early in a trip and no play a property.Try giving a low end CET property some light play if you don't have history there. They have been throwing out room offers left and right lately for barely any play.
     
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