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Table Games Gifts for Dealers?

Discussion in 'Table Games' started by johnjagg, Jun 26, 2014.

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  1. johnjagg

    johnjagg Tourist

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    Any thoughts on good _gifts_ for dealers?

    There's one dealer we particularly like, and I asked her if they get a gift if they can keep it. She said the only thing they can't keep is money (not sure what would happen with a gift card). One trip I just happened to have some mini bottles of a local liquor that had recently come out so I gave her several of those bottles thinking it would be hard (but not necessarily impossible) to get it in LV. Of course on our next trip I see an ad for it on the back of a taxi.

    I'd like to bring her something a bit more unique, but can't think of anything that isn't widely available either on the Internet or there in Las Vegas. Does anyone have any suggestions or a gift you've given that was well received?
     
  2. paperposter

    paperposter VIP Whale

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    they cant take anything over the table and i think outside it can be considerd conlusion so yes cash is the best thing when your at there table, i belive its been discused before
     
  3. Aaron5

    Aaron5 Low-Roller

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    I have bought gifts for dealers using my shopping $s for CET. They usually give it to the Pit person to hold until they have a break.

    I also have bought them sweets that they usually share with the other dealers.

    Most of the gifts I have given were at Planet Hollywood and Bally’s. Don’t know about other casinos.

    You could always ask for their email and send them an Amazon gift card.
     
  4. HuskerBB

    HuskerBB Low-Roller

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    I once sent a spa gift certificate to a dealer who was very good. Sent it by email to the casino manager and they forwarded it to the dealer and sent me a very nice reply. Saw the dealer on the next trip and she confirmed that she got it OK.
     
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