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I am going to try no-play on my next trip

Discussion in 'Comps' started by JeJas, Oct 8, 2015.

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  1. JeJas

    JeJas VIP Whale

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    We saw many questions and stories recently about no-play, low-play on comped rooms.
    Just for the fun of it, I am going to try a no-play on my next trip at the end of this month.
    I will see what happens.
    I got it directly from casino up-front offer, no host. So I suppose I wouldn't have to pay for the room
    even after a no-play stay. It's a Wynn Tower Suite.
    This trip I will mostly play downtown and try to get some future offers from El Cortez and 4 Queens.
     
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    Make sure it doesn't say conditional comp when you sign off on the signature pad...
     
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    Man I can't figure you out jejas. You've recently posted about having a comp room at bellagio with a $300 dining credit, comp tower suite at the Wynn, yet you say you can't get any offers from Sam's town, and are going to try to drum up some offers at a couple other mid level downtown properties...
     
  4. JeJas

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    I guess each one is in different situation.
    I do get reasonably good offers (considering my ADT) from higher end properties, but not much from some lower properties.
    I am not loyal to anyone, I just play where I feel lucky and where I win more or lose less.
    I indeed played quite a bit at MSS and Sam's, didn't get any offer.
    On the other hand, I played one hour at Boulder Station, and get offers from all station casinos all year long.

    I wasn't kidding about getting future offers from El Cortez and 4 Queens. When I say offer, I mean free play, not free room.
    I am definitely not going to stay at El Cortez. I have plenty of room offers from Aria and Bellagio.
    But I do like downtown's good gaming odds. That's the main reason I don't want to play at Wynn. (read the other threads about craps at Wynn
    and Steve Wynn's interview? )
     
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    Thans Chow!
    I will pay extra attention to that.
     
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    I got a teaser offer from Wynn a few years ago. I ended up booking the offer and split my play between Encore and Cosmo. I never got another comp offer from Wynn for the next couple years...well, except for pay for a night, get a second night free.

    I was in Vegas this past May and happened to be at the Wynn to watch a show, so I played a little slots and some UTH. Now, the comp offers are coming again...most likely teaser offers again.

    As comparison, I have double booked CET and Mlife before and ended up not playing at CET at all (5 nights!)...comp room offers from CET never stopped.
     
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    My current offer from Wynn is a please-come-back offer. I haven't been there since the summer of 2013.
    I am fully aware that after this non-play trip, I won't receive any offer from them and I am fine with that.
     
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