Discussion in 'Comps' started by Hayesman, Mar 7, 2016.
Any idea how these machines calculate comps? Are they table game style or coin-in style?
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.
You aren't getting any comps at most places.
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.
At Caesar's properties most earn 1 point per $250 wagered.
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