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"Shoot to win" / bubble craps comp rate

Discussion in 'Comps' started by Hayesman, Mar 7, 2016.

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  1. Hayesman

    Hayesman Newbie

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    Any idea how these machines calculate comps? Are they table game style or coin-in style?
     
  2. stackinchips

    stackinchips High-Roller

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    Some casinos don't award any comps for these machines. Some do at VERY low rates (like 1 point/TC per $100 bet). It all varies. The ones that don't award comps, usually have a little sign posted (by the card slot, not sure why they even have those but whatever). The ones that do will either have a small sign stating the rate, or if it's a CET joint, you can see what the "countdown" is to your next point when you insert your card. Long story short, many don't give any comps, some give a very small amount. Kind of like sports betting.
     
  3. Rush

    Rush VIP Whale

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    You aren't getting any comps at most places.
     
  4. aaisack

    aaisack High-Roller

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    Many don't even accept cards. Others do, usually at reduced points. Four Queens and Red Rock award points, but I don't recall the rate. It's not much, but it's something if you're low rolling it at them and trying to drink the casino's edge.
     
  5. bjpcyclone

    bjpcyclone High-Roller

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    At Caesar's properties most earn 1 point per $250 wagered.
     
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