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Mlife & Wynn

Discussion in 'Comps' started by stijn831, Nov 4, 2015.

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  1. stijn831

    stijn831 Tourist

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    Just came back from a couple of days trip in Vegas.
    Played more then we have in the past so just curious what we might expect in offers, if anyone could shed some light.

    Both my wife and I played at the Wynn for one night.
    I ended up earning about 8k tier credits on my card and she ended up earning close to 4k.
    All the play was earned by playing slots, over a time period of about 5-6 hours and bets being as low as 3$ a spin and as high as 8$ a spin.
    So probably average around 4$ a spin.

    We also played/stayed at Mlife.
    Our play was spread across Mandalay Bay, Aria and Bellagio.
    Played for about 5 days, earned a little bit over 100k in tier credits and played for maybe 5-6 hours a day.
    Again bets probably averaging around 3$ a spin, sometimes going as high as 10$ a spin. All slot play.
    We stayed on a 2 night offer that was sent to us from Delano and ended up getting 1 night comped at Delano and 2 nights comped by a host at Aria.

    Our offers at the Wynn are usually just the basic 129$ Sun-Thurs and higher and the weekend.
    At Mlife usually we get 3 nights at MB or 2 nights at Delano and some resort credits.
    Should we expect anything different this time around? Or was our play not as good as I thought it was.

    Thanks! :nworthy:
     
  2. Dean Martin

    Dean Martin VIP Whale

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    I can speak to Wynn. If you two had 12k points on your Red Card in one night, if you don't get an offer call a host. We put about 5k a day on our cards (joint account) and always get a comp'd room for as many nights as we want to stay and sometimes a little $$ off of our food bill.
     
  3. thecarve

    thecarve Misanthrope

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    Ditto what Dino said. If your Wynncore offers don't improve (I've stayed there a dozen times and still can't figure them out), call a host. That action should get you comped rooms and some upfront freeplay and/or food and beverage.

    I'm not too familiar with Mlife. But it seems like your Mlfie action wasn't nearly as big as your Wynn action.
     
  4. undathesea

    undathesea Grandissimo

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    With MLife, it really depends if you spent a lot at a particular property and whether you were on a comp there already.

    There are corporate offers that apply to any resort, but mostly each resort has a marketing department that sends offers.

    Unfortunately, 100k tier credits over 5 days is not that strong of a spend. So, it's a coin-flip. I usually do at least 100k over 3 days and it's a coin-flip for me.
     
  5. Flowers

    Flowers VIP Whale

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    +1 what others said about Wynncore. I average I think around 7-10k points, with a VP/slot mix, on a heavy play day. I now get standard offers for 3 comped nights (host always adds a 4th) and $500 in free play with some backend comps as well, if my play warrants it. With your play being all slots, I would think your offers would be at least in the range I now receive though it can take a while for the marketing offers to kick in. I agree you should call a host if you don't get any casino mail in a couple of months.
     
  6. Red&BlackSmoke

    Red&BlackSmoke Low-Roller

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    Is Red Card still 1.50 coin in per point?
     
  7. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    For those new here, some advice.

    If the OP had put all their play on ONE card, their offers would be higher. Instead of two players with 8k and 4k on their Wynn cards, they could have been one player at 12k of play. Just a heads up.
     
  8. Red&BlackSmoke

    Red&BlackSmoke Low-Roller

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    Totally agree with nostresshere. Me and the wife only use one card and offers have improved
     
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