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M-Life tier levels

Discussion in 'Comps' started by hallra, Mar 2, 2016.

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  1. hallra

    hallra Tourist

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    So, with the new M-Life changes, how do you maintain and increase tier levels if Express Comps are no longer offered on table games and only on slots, or am I missing something here? Does this mean, that I should plan to spend a few hours a day playing lots, as well?

    I apologize if tis has already been asked; however, I did not see it in previous posts.

    Thank you!
     
  2. 44inarow

    44inarow VIP Whale

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    You still earn tier credits (and primary comps) at the tables, just not express comps.
     
  3. UKFanatic

    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    This is exactly right. EC have nothing to do with moving up the tier ladder
     
  4. dnreyes23

    dnreyes23 Low-Roller

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    So if I'm primarily a BJ player, $25-$200 level (2-4 hr sessions). Do I need to ask pit boss who clocks me in and out for a comp for a restaurant or buffet? I would assume yes since I no longer earn EC's. Or do I need to just charge to room and HOPE it gets removed at the end.
     
  5. 44inarow

    44inarow VIP Whale

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    The latter. You don't accumulate express comps, but you do still get primary comps, so the Mlife desk will take care of it.
     
  6. adbynot

    adbynot High-Roller

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    Probably check with the pit boss for your numbers too why you leave, I would assume that they are sometimes wrong.
     
  7. dnreyes23

    dnreyes23 Low-Roller

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    I was told to ALWAYS ask what they were putting my average bet into the system. Then I haggle a little to get that rating bumped up as much as I can.
     
  8. 44inarow

    44inarow VIP Whale

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    Yep, this is always a good idea. It won't get you much if you're playing blackjack and flat-betting, but I've always found it to help while playing craps, where it's a bit more subjective.
     
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