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Four Queens comp levels-phone call

Discussion in 'Downtown Hotels & Casinos' started by Joe, May 2, 2012.

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  1. Joe

    Joe VIP Whale

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    Just got off the phone with a host at Four Queens inquiring about comp levels.

    Playing VP, in order to get a room comp, you need 1,000 points per day at VP.

    For RFB, you need an average of 3,000 points per day. Sounded good until he told me that VP is $8 coin-in for 1 point.

    So average of $8,000 daily coin-in for a room, but average $24,000 per day coin-in for full RFB.

    On a marathon VP day, we might hit $20,000 coin-in, but not 4 days in a row. :nono:
     
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  2. Buddha

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    Yeah, Joe ... it's hard to believe their daily in-house comp levels, when their free room mailer offers are so much easier. We used to stay there 2 or 3 nights as part of each of our week-long trips, and would easily get free room mailers for our typical VP average of $3k-4K coin-in per day.

    On one trip, on our last night of a free 3-night stay, we had a total VP coin-in of $12K, and I asked a host (no longer there) for a comp for dinner at Magnolia's ... and got rejected. We continued accepting the free room mailer offers, but I never attempted any other comp requests. It was just silly ....
     
  3. pass line man

    pass line man Low-Roller

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    That's funny, because I have always found that the comps right from the pit to be more than fair, even somewhat generous.
     
  4. Kingbarkus

    Kingbarkus Low-Roller

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    Joe,

    I've stayed and played at the 4Q for the past few years. I have RFB for 3 days every 2 months. I also get $200 freeplay every 2 months. I have to tell you the 4Q is on my sh*t list after the treatment I received from them over $200 in non-negotiable chips.

    Before I go on a rant here, I will say the staff was not on the same page when it comes to gambling with the special chips.

    I have daily limits on the food I can get at each establishment, but it enough for me. I will usually grab room service and watch tv if I get hungry downtown.
     
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