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First Time Using a Host (cet)

Discussion in 'Comps' started by Vegasgal, Jul 23, 2012.

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  1. Vegasgal

    Vegasgal Tourist

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    HI, need some advice.This is the first time I've
    booked my comp room using a host.
    I sign all my meals,and drinks to the room.
    I understand that my rc's will be used to cover
    off these charges.If my rc's do not cover all my charges
    do I contact my host to see what he will do for me??
    Or would I be embarrasing myself? I don't have huge expenses
    just some meals, spa,and drinks.
    I usually have a budget of $1000 a day,and play slots.
    Not a big roller,but maybe could get some extra comps
    above rc's.I have no idea or expectation so would
    like your input.Tks
     
  2. CaptainJack

    CaptainJack Low-Roller

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    Yes, if your RC's won't cover F+B charges for the trip, speak to a host. There is always a discretionary comp account with CET that rarely gets used since most players just utilize RC's for everything. However, keep in mind, you won't get magically over-comped. If your $1000/day budget results in $10k coin in and roughly 2,000 RC's per day, don't expect an extra $300 in charges to be picked up.
     
  3. jgates8

    jgates8 VIP Whale

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    When I was Diamond at checkout they would take a round amount like $150I then comp off a bit more from discretionary. So it never hurts to ask.
     
  4. Vegasgal

    Vegasgal Tourist

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    Thank you both for the advice.At my level wouldn't
    expect a whole lot.Usually my credits do cover my
    charges.I'm happy with my room,and most of my
    charges to be covered,but always good to know
    how thing work.Tks
     
  5. queentata

    queentata High-Roller

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    Absolutely check with a host before checking out. the one who booked you if possible. They get "credits" for the trips you book with them so may be more generous than one you don't know. Just go by the office, in the high limit room at Paris, or wherever you are staying, and ask if they can review your play before checkout. Or you can call them and they can do it over the phone. Have a great trip.
     
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