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Question about TR Paris comp room: COMP2

Discussion in 'Comps' started by HowardK, Nov 18, 2012.

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  1. HowardK

    HowardK Newbie

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    Hello, I am new here. I joined Total Rewards in Atlantic City in March (from NJ) and after minimal gaming on like 2 or 3 visits I was able to make a reservation in June for 5 nights (Sun-Thu) in mid December. At the time the rate section said "COMP2"-
    My reservation that I printed lists COMP for each night as did an email.
    When I review the reservation on TR now, it doesn't list prices.
    How does the COMP2 work?
    Didn't want to get out there and find out I wasn't comped.
    Also, would I be expected to play a certain amount every day?
    Thanks!
     
  2. Nevyn

    Nevyn VIP Whale

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    That means its comped. If I recall the 2 links to a footnote about the comp, but when you review the reservation it should have a total of 0.00.
     
  3. domeboy

    domeboy VIP Whale

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    You are definitely comped, but that is why I always save the email .... It makes me more comfortable if I have something that says zero. The confirmations I get from Mlife don't usually have this, and that always bothers me (but it shouldn't).

    Most likely you will get one of the blue rooms .... if you can get upgraded to a red room it is a nice perk. I have stayed in a red room, and loved it.....but, the unremodeled blue rooms arent bad from what I heard. You will find the atmosphere to be about the same as Showboat AC with a little taste of Paris. The rooms are similar also. You made a great choice,,,.....

    You wont be expected to play a certain amount, so just play to your comfort level. Your offer was based on past play, but future comps will be influenced by your play during your stay. If you want to keep the offers coming, I am sure a couple hundred tier points will keep you in their good graces.
     
  4. dbueler

    dbueler High-Roller

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    Mine have always said Comp2, worried me at first as well. No worrys, really. I've stayed at least 20 times now at CET props comped and never once a problem, you're good to go.

    I've always tipped for a Red Room upgrade at Paris and have never been turned down. The regular rooms are fine, I just LUV the red rooms. I don't stay there anymore solely because I prefer the casino at the Flamingo and found I walked back and forth 5x each day just to play. Far better to just elevator downstairs and step into my fave casino. Otherwise, I always enjoyed staying at Paris.

    Have a great trip and enjoy the comped rooms. It takes very little play at CET to get lots of comped rooms, that turned me into a CET gal quickly.
    diane
     
  5. sybgal

    sybgal VIP Whale

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    Nice! Hope you like Paris - it's our home in LV...we love it and almost always easy to get a free upgrade. Hope you have a great trip!!
     
  6. Smo

    Smo Mr. Las Vegas

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    Click the Comp² and you will see this pop up: ² Comps available some nights, please check availability
     
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