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Is where you stay a factor?

Discussion in 'Comps' started by Top Dog, Feb 1, 2016.

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  1. Top Dog

    Top Dog Tourist

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    Do hotels look at how much you play at their casino while staying there vs. how much you play at their casino while staying elsewhere? For example, I stay at hotel A for 2 nights and play a good amount there, but then move to hotel B (different family of hotels) for 3 nights and only stop at hotel A for 1 of those days and play a little. Does hotel A take note that I take longer trips and play more where I stay or did I only hurt myself with hotel A by lowering my average play, which they look at the same regardless of where I stayed when I did it?
     
  2. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Hotels and casinos are somewhat separate. The offers you get are from the casino, not from the hotel.

    The hotels do not look at your play directly. The casino side does. And the casino side makes the decisions based on the play at their casino. Each day (CET and most casinos), or trip (mlife for example) is put into the ADT calculator and you are then determined to be a play at that level. If they KNOW you are there, it gets put into the calculator. If they do not know you are there, then they can not calculate.

    Right off the top of my head, the only thing about a hotel that can impact your daily ADT would be use of your card for room, meals, etc. So, if you check in to Paris with your card, but do all your play at Cosmo, you will look like you low played for your Paris visit. But - ONLY because you used your card.

    You have to slowly work your way through the logic. In you example at Hotel A, you were active in their system for 2 or 3 days. You play is average on each day for some casinos, or for the trip for others. If you are at CET, you may well be tracked on each of three days. Two would be zero in the above example. If you then moved to another unrelated hotel for even a week, but did not pay at the first place/chain again, they would have no idea you were in town and therefore CAN NOT track you.
     
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