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Host getting credit at Caesars Palace

Discussion in 'Comps' started by Skyboss, Jan 29, 2016.

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  1. Skyboss

    Skyboss Newbie

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    Have been staying at CP for past 5 years, I have a great host that treats me very well, my question is does he get credit for my play if I gamble at any of harrahs properties or just at CP.
     
  2. oghuman

    oghuman High-Roller

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    Yes.
     
  3. FABismonte

    FABismonte Low-Roller

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    I had asked my Ceasars host once. Answer is he gets full credit for your play at any Vegas CET casino.
     
  4. makuk

    makuk Low-Roller

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    Interesting, I asked my host this same question in October and she said she gains no benefit for my gambling in any other CET hotel in Vegas (just Caesars), and she is the Vice President of Eurpoean operations, so I assume she knows what she is talking about.
     
  5. Gamesman

    Gamesman VIP Whale

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    Maybe she misunderstood the question.
     
  6. ripper

    ripper Tourist

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    What do they make of a player? Small bank roll of 5-10k. usually about 40k coin in.
     
  7. jgates8

    jgates8 VIP Whale

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    Not sure what they get. But my host indicated if I go to a new CET prop, he also gets some type of add'l for making that first 'new property' reservation from me. I didn't realize that & I booked at a new property one time on my own & then mentioned it to him. So now if I head to a brand new one, I will make sure I have him do it.
     
  8. Scottndindy

    Scottndindy Low-Roller

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    It is my understanding that all hosts that work for any of the CET properties can have their players play at any CET property and it doesn't make any difference. As a side note Mlife is the complete opposite.
     
  9. Guy_

    Guy_ Low-Roller

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    I have not asked recently but the last time I asked a Vegas host if he preferred me to gamble in his casino or not I was told he gets credit for all Vegas Locations.
    When I asked my Local CET host if he would get credit if I booked thru him, he said did not receive anything based on my play in Vegas.

    It was years ago I asked these questions so this could have changed by now.
     
  10. Franken Dean

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    I would think that some host have different contracts, or incentive programs.

    A more talented, or tenured host may have different incentives than a newer or poorer perfroming one..
     
  11. jf3976

    jf3976 High-Roller

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    My understanding is that it is market based - las vegas market is all one market, etc... your local host should get credit if they book you in a new market for the first time (e.g. your first time to Kansas City or something). At least that was my understanding about a year ago.
     
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