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Staying but not playing...

Discussion in 'Comps' started by ron_ron, Oct 18, 2016.

  1. ron_ron

    ron_ron Tourist

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    Here is my story...
    1. I booked 3 complimentary nights at the Wynn.
    2. Our friends were staying at Cosmopolitan so we ended up spending more time there.
    3. Did not play as much at the Wynn (we did some...)
    4. Is this going to hurt my future offers ?

    Any input is appreciated.
     
  2. Imperial_Palace_King

    Imperial_Palace_King High-Roller

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    More than likely this will hurt your future offers. If you gave them less play than last time then you can expect your offers to adjust accordingly.
     
  3. Edserv

    Edserv Low-Roller

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    From my experience, if you have a history of playing at a certain resort, you can have a couple "low-play" trips, as long as your other trips are solid. But as I mentioned in a different thread, I think I finally got dropped from Venetian/Palazzo after having a couple low-plays in @ 2 years. So you may be o.k., or maybe not. Please let us know in the future how this worked-out. Cheers!
     
  4. ducc

    ducc Tourist

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    My experience with the wynn encore is that they'll give you 1 low trip as long as there was minimal play you'll usually receive a lower 2 night sun-thurs 2 day offer. If that trip does not par up to their theo standards your usally done, paid offers await. Took my a year and a half to get back on their good side. Finally back on, no more low trips for me.
     
  5. Edserv

    Edserv Low-Roller

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    I'm really tired of the comp chasing stuff. I think I'm going to start trying "pay as you go" and if I get back-end comps, fine. I'm tired of constantly feeling pressured to stay and play at a strip casino just because I receive 2 or 3 free nights. I somehow always manage to lose thousands of dollars no matter what. Might as well not feel pressured at the same time lol.
     
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  6. ducc

    ducc Tourist

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    Personally I now just focus my play where I'm staying. Has always been enough to get more offers. I'm done with the trying to up cards and get the "whale" offers. Lost far too much doing diamond in a day, Mlife gold, and v/p gold. I now look for my coroporate offers that way if I don't feel like playing I don't have to. I know the offers will dissapate. Time for another casino then. Host usually pressure you into doing something you might not want to. Just be prepared to play at multiple properties. Once the offers dry up at the wynn, go to the palazzo, after that switch to bellagio, then caesars, then cosmo. I now am going to keep them in rotation. By the time you've rotated all the wynn should be back in rotation. :wiggle:
     
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  7. JeJas

    JeJas VIP Whale

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    short answer is "absolutely". And Wynn is pretty sensitive to low-play
     
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