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Promo Chips

Discussion in 'Comps' started by Canucks13, Dec 6, 2015.

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  1. Canucks13

    Canucks13 Tourist

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    Coming up I have 400 free bet chips at Palazzo over New Years. Now my question is
    Can I get then in any denomination say 5 dollar or 25 dollar. Or will they have to be 25 or 100 dollar.
    I'm wanting to do 5 dollar and spread it all on number inside roulette.
    If I cover 20 numbers and hit il get 700 cash from the promo chips. Since there one time use only this seems like to best strategy for me
     
  2. paperposter

    paperposter VIP Whale

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    no . there usualy only good for even money bet and i bet ventian is one time use only but someone can comfirm

    denomtion depends, you probaly get 25$ mayebe 100$
     
  3. Canucks13

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    It says I can use any table on any bet.

    This is from the fine print in the email

    To redeem Free Bet Chips, present voucher along with a valid photo I.D. to The Venetian or The Palazzo Casino Cage. Free Bet Chip amount listed herein can be used on any table game for any type of bet. The Free Bet Chips cannot ride after being played. Free Bet Chips must be played during Event Dates and are not redeemable for cash. Voucher to be issued upon check-in.
     
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    shifter Degenerate Gambler

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    Probably only $100. Maybe some $25 but not all. No $5 even exist.
     
  5. Canucks13

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    Only 100 dollar will suck. If it's 25 dollars I can make that work at roulette. Say they only give me 100s
    What's the best bet I should do. All 4 hard ways on craps maybe?
     
  6. UKFanatic

    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    I got some promo chips at Venetian last year and $100 was the smallest denomination they had. When I received them, they told me it had to be used on even money bets, but based on the fine print of your offer, maybe that has changed.

    As for what's "best" to do, it depends on what you mean. I tend to play my promo chips at BJ because of the low house edge. But if your goal is trying to score big, bet all four on your favorite roulette number and see what happens
     
  7. Canucks13

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    I would do it at BJ but the chips can't ride if they win 1 time play. So that's why it's kinda like go big on 1 play. At least if I do it on craps. Could get a decent roll and hit multiple hard ways. 4 numbers on roulette kinda a long shot
     
  8. MrBBonz

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    Bet the three rows on roulette and pick black or red. walk away with 3-400 cash :p. Or 400 on a hand of BJ. I dunno, with promo play I always bet quick/higher.
     
  9. mickeydfly13

    mickeydfly13 Tourist

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    The problem I have with betting all the free play on a hand of blackjack is: What if you get 3-3 against a dealer 6. Now you split and double, etc, and you're in for a lot more than you thought your 'free bet' was going to be. And your own money. Sure, the odds are in your favor, but it's no longer a free bet........
     
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