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Mirage host recommendation

Discussion in 'Comps' started by Autoxer, Jan 17, 2016.

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  1. Autoxer

    Autoxer Tourist

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    Been searching the forums for recommendations and the only post I could find was over 2 years ago. Does anyone have one they can recommend? I can't believe they don't have any listed on their site to contact. I have host at several MGM resorts and usually stay at Bellagio. But this trip, my buddies are staying at Mirage and I don't feel like trekking back and forth between the two. I don't want to ask my other host for a recommendation because I don't want them to feel slighted for this trip. TIA for replies.
     
  2. ICPUI

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    Willie Haddock, best host out there!
     
  3. Scottndindy

    Scottndindy Low-Roller

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  4. Autoxer

    Autoxer Tourist

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    thx guys. Scott, don't know how I missed the host page but it looks like it was from their old site and couldnt find it on the new site.
     
  5. stackinchips

    stackinchips High-Roller

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    Seconded!
     
  6. Autoxer

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    can ICPUI and stack give more info on how he has made your stay better than expected? I'm not a hi roller, but I am comped suites at Bellagio for 4 nights. I only go to Vegas for 2 nights most each trip. I get show tickets and all my FB is taken care of. I have never left Bellagio or other resorts ever paying a cent. What I am looking for is a host that can provide pick up and drop off to airport. There are other things but not that I would post.
     
  7. shifter

    shifter Degenerate Gambler

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    That's not how it works.

    Ask him and you'll be better off than a cold call from here.

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    Any host can get you ladies.
     
  8. Spenard Gambler

    Spenard Gambler Tourist

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    Send me a personal message. I have a host at the Mirage that I think is great.
     
  9. Carol1113

    Carol1113 High-Roller

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    Yes Willie is the best host I have ever had--just a fantastic guy who really knows how to do his job--and he actually gets back to you normally the same day if he is working. You can't go wrong with Willie
     
  10. TommyJ243

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    Another vote for Willie Haddock. He has been my host for the last 3-4 years. Unbelievable guy
     
  11. Fafa2e

    Fafa2e Low-Roller

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    I hope I'm not hijacking this thread, but I have a Mirage host related question.

    I have a golf trip coming up in April and I've booked a comped standard room with $100 free play and $100 F&B on an MLife corporate offer. I mix my play between table games and slots, but have played more VP and Slots than table games recently.

    I'd like to contact a host to see if they can get me into a suite with an area that my golf buddies can congregate to make pairings, tabulate scores, settle bets, etc. I've never used a host before because I always figured that my level of play didn't warrant it. (Note: My gambling budget is typically $1k/day, playing $1VP, $1Slots, $50 BJ with avg. bet probably around $75) I guess it can't hurt to email Willie Haddock as he comes so highly recommended here.

    Any insight VMBers could provide would be appreciated.
     
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