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Four Queens mailers

Discussion in 'Downtown Hotels & Casinos' started by bman77, Aug 8, 2016.

  1. bman77

    bman77 Tourist

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    I visit Vegas 2 to 3 times a year and stay at the Four Queens Hotel. I play 9/6 JOB and 10/7 Double Bonus Video Poker. I've been averaging about 5-6000 points a trip recently and have seen improved offers in the mail as a result. Currently I'm getting offers for three free nights, $50 in free food/beverage and $300 in free play. My question is, how much better can the offers get? I'd love to hear reports if you've gotten good offers here, and what the point expectation is to get them, or is this about the max?
     
  2. zignerlv

    zignerlv Low-Roller

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    Nice offers. You say per 5-6K points per trip. Is that for 2 days of play? 3?
     
  3. bman77

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    Hey, I've been staying for four nights. I usually play 3 to 3 and half days, with a rough average of 1500 points per day.
     
  4. zignerlv

    zignerlv Low-Roller

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    I think that is a pretty good offer with $300 FP if it is over 3 to 3.5 (which is really 4 days to the casino) day's play, as that's about $12k a day coin in.
     
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  5. bman77

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    Yeah, I'm happy with it. I'm really liking their comps that add up right on the machine as well. You get $25 bucks in cash and $50 in free food/beverage credit per 1000 points played, so I'll usually get $125 or so in cash and another $250 in free food/beverage per trip. I can never eat all of that food and my current food/beverage comp balance is over $500. I've been adding over $100 a trip in free food, even though I eat all of my meals at Four Queens and usually eat once at the fancy place, Hugo's. Just hoping they keep those 9/6, 10/7 machines there. It will be a sad day when they go.
     
  6. alexlifeson

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    Yes, I do believe that 1500 points per day is the magic number for that offer. Before I learned this, I had a trip or two where I earned just under 4500 points for three days and my offer dropped to $200 in FP. Since then, I've made sure to accumulate at least 4500 points for three days and my bi-monthly offers have all been $300. It does drop to $225 for single month offers which I think confuses people. I know a guy whose offer went from $80 to $60 for the single month offer and then back to $80. For both of our situations, the single month FP was 75% of the bi-monthly amount.
     
  7. Royal Flusher

    Royal Flusher Savvy Gambler

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    Believe there is one level higher than that but it takes a ridic amount of play. Greatly reduces the value of the free play. You're in the sweet spot, enjoy!!!
     
  8. bman77

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    Thanks for the info Royal Flusher. It definitely feels like the sweet spot. I'd have a hard time going a lot higher than 1500 points a day, especially if losing. I'll try to aim for 1500 again as long as I don't get killed, this is perfect for me.