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Play at cet properties

Discussion in 'Comps' started by Gdicke13, Jun 11, 2014.

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  1. Gdicke13

    Gdicke13 Low-Roller

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    Thanks for any answers...I'm a mostly loyal cet player. As like most of my trips I'm staying at Cp later this month. Question, is my play looked at or rated differently depending on the casino I play at? Ie, if I play $100-200 a hand at Cp and the same at a quad, flamingo or ballys is there any difference? $200 a hand at Cp doesn't make an eye blink, but at the other mid to lower cet props does that type of betting get more attention? I've been reading about the new ballys HL room at $25... If I play there what can I expect as opposed to a regular $50 table in the pit at caesars...again thanks,,
     
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    VegasChic- VIP Whale

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    From all the posts I've seen regarding this, the general answer is yes. The cost of the rooms at CP are much higher and use up a lot of the comp itself. I was recommended to play at the lower-mid tier properties to gain more attention. Worth giving it a try. I must admit, I still only play where I actually want to be getting the comps from, which is usually dependant on the room themselves. I would think that the calculations between the properties is the same, just the value stretches further- if I understand correctly.
    Good luck on your trip!
     
  3. waverunner

    waverunner BBHMM

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    As a slot player loyal to CET, i agree with VegasChic. I get comped rooms Sun-Fri at Flamingo, Harrah's, Quad, Bally's, and Rio every year.
    I mostly gamble at Paris and Planet Hollywood, however, i hardly get comps at Paris/PH for 5 nights as well as Caesar's. Those hotels are more expensive generally on my TR calender.

    But last summer, Caesar's gave me 5 nights free so i took it. So when the time came i gambled mostly at Caesar's and also in Nov (i stayed at Bally's). Since then nothing.
    However, i noticed this year i had Planet Hollywood comped for 5 nights in August and Nov.,so i booked PH (i also booked Bally's in May 2014).

    Apparently, at least in my case, CET is giving me comps (for 5 nights), at Caesar's, Paris, and PH periodically, just to see if i increase my bankroll to allow them to give me another shot at those places (instead of Harrah's, Quad, Flamingo, Bally's, and Rio).

    Caesar's, Paris, and Planet Hollywood are very difficult (at least to me), to get comped Sun-Fri throughout the year, which is why i usually stay at Bally's (which i do like).

    When i go in August/Nov. 2014, I will once again mainly play at Paris/PH, but i get the feeling that in 2015, i will not get any comps (for 5 nights) at Caesar's, Paris, and the Ho. I think they want me to at least approach Platinum, which in my case, won't ever happen.

    For 2015, i will be happy staying at Bally's if the big 3 don't come through with comps.
     
  4. dbueler

    dbueler High-Roller

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    You are probably getting the occasional nights at CP and Pho when their occupancy is low. If you look at the Las Vegas Calendar on their reservation page, the nights that come up comped are generally when it's not busy, at least for lower players like myself. For instance, CP comes up comped for me the week and weekend AFTER NYE, when their are fewer people in Vegas. I'm a Diamond player, but very low diamond and don't have a big ADT. So for us lower end gamblers, I think the comped room dates are tied more to occupancy rates.

    Nonetheless, enjoy the rooms!!
    diane
     
  5. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    I believe the above answers are right, and wrong. Depends on the question.

    The comp value you build up is probably the same at any of the CET casinos. Theo is theo.

    But, what you can get for that comp value does vary by casino. For example, your degenerate play after 4 hours has earned you $150 in comp value - no matter where you play. You can get a night or two at the Linq. At Caesars, they might offer you a less desirable room on a tuesday in July when there are no events in town at all, but you are not going to get a weekend night.
     
  6. paperposter

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    this is the answer for cet , but if you say play 100-200 a hand for 4 hours harrahs u will get a host or be treated better than the same as cesars but you still get the same comps room poll , same rc credits. but i would rather stay at ceasars free without at host so play where u want in the cet sytem as it doesnt matter.

    enjoy

    now milfe it does
     
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