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Mirage Tower and Penthouse Suites

Discussion in 'Comps' started by Goosey, Oct 8, 2012.

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  1. Goosey

    Goosey Low-Roller

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    Anyone know the availability (normally) and play required for a two-bedroom Tower Suite or Penthouse Suite at the Mirage? I play baccarat at $300-400 a bet, not sure that's enough.
     
  2. Goosey

    Goosey Low-Roller

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    Any ideas? I dug up an email from a host that was assigned to me at Mirage but she hasn't responded to my emails. Anyone kind enough to PM the name of a good host at Mirage?
     
  3. shifter

    shifter Degenerate Gambler

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    2BR suites generally start at 1000-1500 avg bet 4 hours per day. at your level you're looking at a 1BR jr suite.
     
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    cardfelon Low-Roller

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    I have been getting the Penthouse 1bdrm suite and typically have about 10k per day coin in and 2-3hrs blackjack at $150-200 per hand. Hope that helps you.
     
  5. Ezzy711

    Ezzy711 Low-Roller

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    I arrived on a 3 day comp offer and don't have as much coin in as you plan to do so I knew the likelihood of a comp suite was low so I inquired about an upsell. I paid $80/night for a penthouse. Considering it was over a weekend I thought it was a bargain. The best part was I was booked at the casino rate for the fourth night but they only charged the $80 and resort fee....no resort fee for the other three.
     
  6. Goosey

    Goosey Low-Roller

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    Thanks. By junior suite, do you mean the 1 bedroom tower suite?


    Hmm... I don't play slots so I'm not sure how much that coin affects your comps. But I assume I should be able to get the same thing.

    Does anyone know if paying for an upgraded room when a host brings you in will affect your primary comps?
     
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    shifter Degenerate Gambler

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    no, the 1BR tower suite is not a junior suite. those are 1200 sq ft. i'm taking about like the mirage suite. but who knows? cardfelon says he's getting a Pent with limited play so maybe it's possible.
     
  8. fas87

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    Although this doesn't direclty answer your questiona about upfront suite comps, you may be interested in my recent experience...

    About a year ago, I went to Mirage on a basic room comp and elected to upgrade at check-in to a 1-bdrm Penthouse suite for something like $50/night. At check-out, the upgrade (and some food) was comped based on $150/hand average BJ play. I realize this is not ideal as you would not have a suite guaranteed, but I was ultimately able to get the PH suite for a lot less play than yours.

    Good luck.
     
  9. cardfelon

    cardfelon Low-Roller

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    Getting a suite at the Mirage is easier than Bellagio and Aria I have found. I do get offers from time to time with suites at other properties but they are generally the smallest suite that the property offers. I was surprised when the Mirage gave me a Penthouse. I am not going to complain though!
     
  10. Goosey

    Goosey Low-Roller

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    Thanks for the help. In the past, I've always found Mirage to be one of those tweener properties. They have the villas and I think they still have whales who have stayed loyal to the resort, but overall, they haven't been in the top tier of casino resorts in Vegas for a while now but for years they still clung onto their old play requirements. But Mlife seems to have been adjusting things a bit so I'm wondering if things have changed at Mirage.
     
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