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I got a host...now what?

Discussion in 'Comps' started by acerotten, Feb 3, 2013.

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  1. acerotten

    acerotten Tourist

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    I just got back from a very wild and crazy 4 day trip at Cosmo. I was very drunk most of the trip and one night i remember a lady came up to me and said "we would like to keep your action here" and gave me her card, yes she was a host and not a hooker.

    My question is, now what do i do. I'm planning on coming back in June and not sure what i say or ask her without looking like im Mr.Highroller and come across as some jackass. But if there is a way to get free rooms or something it would be nice to know.

    Although i have been drunk and lost lots of money in Vegas before i have never had a host aproach me. How will she even remember me?

    Thanks for any info
     
  2. SH0CK

    SH0CK Stylin' and Profilin' Quasi Tech Admin

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    Most likely, she won't remember you. But having given you her card, she probably knows that your play warrants at least looking it up on the computer when you call.

    Just give her a call up and say "Hi, my name is.... and I enjoyed playing in your casino on my last trip out. I'm planning a trip in June and wondered if there is anything you all can do for me?" She'll check your play with your players card number and tell you what they can offer.

    Others may chime in and ask this, but letting us know what games you play, what amounts, and how long would factor into what you could expect to get from them. A $100 blackjack player can expect better offers than a $25 pai gow player.
     
  3. BreakEven

    BreakEven Low-Roller

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    Call/email. Unless you made an amazing impression, I'm sure they won't remember you at first. They'll have to pull up your account on the computer.

    Tell them you're thinking of coming back & see what they'd be able to do for you, or what offers are available to you. Doesn't hurt to mention that it's the first time you've used a host. You don't need to commit to the offer right away (and they don't need to know if you've already firmed up your dates). Then compare that to offers you have at other casinos. If you have something better, tell them.

    Have you been getting emails/snail mail with other offers? If not, then definitely email so that you can be sure to get on your host's list. You'll also want to let your host know what's interesting to you - like event tickets, huge suite, free play, limo, food & beverage, etc. Ok, it's ALL interesting, but you have to prioritize what means the most to you.
     
    Only 2nd trip for year :(
  4. mike_m235

    mike_m235 Tourist

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    Call. Tell them when you were there and that she gave you a card. She'll look you up. Tell her the dates you want, and she'll tell you what she can do for you. Accept or decline.
     
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