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Good Table Comps?

Discussion in 'Comps' started by VinVegas, Dec 28, 2015.

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  1. VinVegas

    VinVegas Tourist

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    Hello, I have only been to Vegas a few times.. Last time i stayed at Cosmo, my previous trip i was able to get dinner comped no prob.. This time when i asked a host, I was told to just charge it to my room and they would look at my play toward the end of my stay. Well needless to say at the end of the trip they would not comp any of my charges and i had to pay :thumbs down:.

    An open question to all, what would be the best casino for table game comps? Which treats medium level players the best? I stayed 4 nights with an average bet of $110 and 20 hours of play. Also had some slot play but not big on slots i think i had 2000 points or so on slots in addition to the tables which cosmo doesn't give points for.

    Thanks in advance.:drunk:
     
  2. Scottndindy

    Scottndindy Low-Roller

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    You are in a tough spot as you are right on the edge of being offered decent comps. If you are looking for future room offers and not much more I would try to play at a CET property. You should be able to get free nights pretty much anywhere except caesars most of the time except when large conventions are in town.

    If you are looking for a more traditional host role I would recomend the following:
    Monte Carlo and New York New York will be more generous for the Mlife properties. Mirage and Mandalay Bay can be hit or miss depending on the host and theo you have.
     
  3. RC

    RC Low-Roller

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    You also might want to try Trop or TI ... or if you really want to stay @ a Mlife property then find a host who is willing to give you credit for a larger avg bet because you are playing for more than 4 hours per day
     
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  4. mrem3200

    mrem3200 High-Roller

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    Your numbers are very similar to mine, my last trip my avg was $125 for about 6 hours a day. I play only BJ and Craps. CET gives me free rooms (including weekends) at any of their properties along with a few hundred of upfront free play and last trip took off all of my room charges (about $600) on the back end but that would have been lower if I didn't have a pretty big actual loss.
     
  5. paperposter

    paperposter VIP Whale

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    cet would by guess also , you will get all the free rooms you want, plus the rc credits and some extra deppending on were you staying
     
  6. VinVegas

    VinVegas Tourist

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    Do you use a host? Which CET property do you usually stay at?
     
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