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Rfb vs Rfb plus

Discussion in 'Comps' started by charliepeete, Jan 19, 2013.

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  1. charliepeete

    charliepeete Low-Roller

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    what is the difference and is there a site that shows what each casino expects for rfb???
     
  2. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    About the closet information you will find is on this site in various postings.

    Pretty sure that nobody knows exactly what is required for this things. Just some ideas and stories about past situations. Some casinos offer these things based on your current trip play, and some to get you to come back based on past play.

    Probably better to talk about your play and see what others reply with. Or scroll through some postings from the past month.
     
  3. JosieCat

    JosieCat VIP Whale

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    When I got an offer from Bellgio it said Complimentary Food and Beverage. When my host confirmed the offer, it was called it RFB2 - which is $1,050 in food/beverage.
     
  4. BeeeJay

    BeeeJay President of The Red Lobster Hostess Satisfaction

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    I checked with my host at Bellagio. For RFB2, the $1,000 is for appetizer/entree/dessert. The $50 is for condiments/straws/undertable panty play. :evillaugh
     
  5. shifter

    shifter Degenerate Gambler

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    RFB2 at MGM props is $350 per day. the real high rollers still get the regular RFB, which is unlimited, how it used to be.

    as far as RFB+, that isn't a real casino term. that just means the person receives extra comps on top of his F&B like spa, offsite hard comps, maybe tips, etc that aren't guaranteed upfront, but are granted based on play each trip.
     
  6. JDinTN

    JDinTN MIA

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    Josie what do you play? I looked at some of your recent posts and you mentioned you have a $5k gambling budget but you're getting a comped suite at Bellagio, $700 in freeplay, $1,050 in food/bev, limo, and so on. Seems pretty good. Are you playing nonstop keno or something? :)
     
  7. JosieCat

    JosieCat VIP Whale

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    I play straight slots, anywhere from $2-$5 a spin, with a little VP thrown in. I don't know why I keep getting these offers. My last trip was 6K, and I earned 180,000 tier credits (before the 10/1 changes).

    But as long as they are willing to keep overcomping me, I am willing to let them :)
     
  8. JDinTN

    JDinTN MIA

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    That's really good. You're not overcomped but just comped at a higher percentage than the average. In the old casinoboss thread he mentions that low rollers typically get a higher comp percentage than high rollers. Not that a $6k slots budget is necessarily a low roller -- but you know what I mean. Good for you getting all that. :beer:

    I think the notion of different levels of RFB is less meaningful than it once was. A lot of low and medium rollers are not technically any level of RFB but still have rooms/suites comped and enough food/beverage credit to cover all or most of their dining. So in that case -- what does it really matter if you're technically RFB or not? The end result is the same.
     
  9. Kickin

    Kickin Flea

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    Isn't it $1 coin-in = 5 tier credits for slots? If so you had 36k coin-in. Not sure if you played penny slots or dollar slots but based on LV strip slot statistics your theo was anywhere from 5% to 10% or $1800 to $3600. Since you play slots the $700 in freeplay is as good as cash (they're basically giving you over 10% of your gambling budget in cash), the dining credit is as good as cash too since you would otherwise have to pay retail. So $1750 just on those two comps equals between almost 100% to 50% comp rate. Yeah...I'd say that's pretty good :) That's not even including the suite, which you can value however you want.

    I remember you called yourself a freeplay slut in the past. Well that slutty behavior is certainly working for you :thumbsup:
     
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