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should i contact the 4 queens in advance and how

Discussion in 'Comps' started by stockd13, Mar 12, 2016.

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  1. stockd13

    stockd13 Tourist

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    Hi All,

    I have some very basic questions about comps that i understand very little of. Planning my 3rd trip to Las Vegas in 18 month from New Zealand. With flights and work etc i need to start planning my August trip now. Last trip was 8 nights at 4 queens plus two nights @ NY/NY. All pre-paid with a travel agent. I am happy to stay at 4Q again as it is cheap, does the job and i like downtown more than the strip.

    on the last trip from 6-7 days gamboling at 4Q when i checked out i had about USD70 cash given to me and about USD130-140 in resort credit through my slot play on my card. i have no idea what my coin in was or hours but i did play plenty of $1 slots, max bet most the time on penny slots (loved the flintstone machine $3.60 a spin. Yaba daba do) $1 video poker and craps where on one lucky night the boss man asked if i had a card and swiped it. i had over 150 a roll in front of me in bets for a period of time.

    Based on my 3 nights gamboling in NY/NY mlife is offering 2 free nights in NY/NY plus free play and food credit which i assume is a very standard beginners offer. expires june so no use to me.

    My two main questions are

    1 my last trip was December and i think a still had about USD70 resort credit in my 4queens card. (i was a bit drunk when i signed up for the card and thought the money flashing at me where you put the card was cash rebate not resort credit or i would have used it) When does this expire? IE i book direct with the hotel and pay when i leave this time could it still be used to pay a couple of nights accommodation off?

    2 i felt i did a lot more gamboling at 4 queens than in NY/NY how do i find out if 4Q would be willing to offer a couple of nights free rooms as well? I have no idea based on the basic number above if i would be zero chance or worth a shot? How do i contact them if you think it is worth while? Only see a reservations email address on the website.

    i realize as i am from overseas not an ideal person for the casino to be interested in but worth a shot to get any freebees so any advise appreciated.

    Please note i did not sign up for any cards the first trip 14 months ago as i thought i would be a one off. did not realize i would fall in love with the place that much.

    thanks Phil
     
  2. Royal Flusher

    Royal Flusher Savvy Gambler

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    Your FQ comp dollars should still be there.

    It's important to know what your daily coin is. You can figure this out in reverse based on the cash back you got.

    http://www.vpfree2.com/casino/four-queens-hotel-casino/club

    Cash: 40 Points = $1 (0.3125%)
    Earned Comps: 20 Points = $1 (0.625%)

    I think for slots is $5 a point.

    http://www.vpfree2.com/casino/four-queens-hotel-casino/hosts

    email a host, let them know your players card number, ask if they can comp any nights. Simple. They'll be able to look up your play history.
     
  3. stockd13

    stockd13 Tourist

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    thanks
     
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