I used comps at the Bar at Times Square ($75 - the piano bar) and Nine Fine Irishmen ($25). Here's a few notes: The piano bar was as expected...dueling style, a few decent jokes, and people having a good time. It was a good crowd on a Monday night. We ordered a round of shots, a round of mixed drinks, and a second round of shots. It ended up costing us $10 out of pocket for the final round of shots (paying for one). We started to think that we were being overcharged for drinks because of the comp. We were still tipping each round, but it seemed like the comp went really fast...we made note of that as we moved over to Nine Fine Irishmen. At the door, we were told there was a $5 cover, but they waived it when we showed the comp ticket (I tipped the door guy as a thank you). We ordered three beers and were told it would be $8 cash. That was clearly an overcharge - we saw receipts on the bar that showed beers at $7.50 each. We pressed the bartender about it, and he said, "but at 3/$25, I don't get tipped". We explained that we were more than happy to tip for fast service, but we didn't appreciate being overcharged. He gave us the drinks for the comp, and we ended up tipping $5. We really liked the place - there was a live band playing a good mix of Irish music and covers. I would definitely return, but I would also know the drink prices before I go there.