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TI Players vs Total Rewards

Discussion in 'Comps' started by handyhunter, Oct 4, 2016.

  1. handyhunter

    handyhunter Tourist

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    Hello All,

    New here to the forum but not to Vegas. In all of my trips (about a dozen in the past 6 years) I've always stayed at a TR property (usually comped). I am headed into town this weekend for a Bach party and I booked and paid for 5 rooms including a Tower suite. (Grooms Choice)

    That said, is their program any good? I have status and I've always been loyal to Cesar's mainly because my home casino was (up until 6 months ago) a TR casino. Now that it's no longer, I'm wondering if it makes sense to keep my play focused at a TR property or try TI as I'm staying there. (Or somewhere else...)

    Willing to try something new, but just wondering if anyone is a loyal player at TI and how the program stacks up against TR.

    Thanks!
     
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  2. smerrian

    smerrian Low-Roller

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    If my local casino wasn't a CZR casino, I probably wouldn't stay with them. (I live outside Atlantic City...3 CZR casinos) CZR only returns .o1% in comps...horrible. However, CZR is very good for room offers. I'm also not too keen on MGM which is a little stingier with rooms. I think if I was in your shoes TI would be exactly where I would be hanging my hat in LV.
     
  3. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    I guess the main point is that their play and comps are only good at TI. If you only stay and play there, then maybe.
     
  4. handyhunter

    handyhunter Tourist

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    First time staying so not sure if I'll like it, but to me a hotel, as long as it's clean and fairly updated, its fine. I travel about 100-125 nights a year for work so eventually all hotels are about the same as long as they aren't dirty. Just trying to judge what kind of comp offers I can expect. I certainly wouldn't consider myself a high roller (or even a medium roller for that matter) but I usually bring a BR of about 5-6k per 3 day trip and spread it between VP, BJ and Slots depending on my mood and desire to have to use my brain. It will be convenient to play at TI and as long as I can expect to get some free rooms and play offers in the future I see no need to head over to a TR property. Usually make at least one trip per year with the wife and one with work or with the guys. I like not having to worry about rooms. I try to grab a free offer somewhere and focus on "unplugging" from work for a few days and having fun. Just didn't want to worry about losing my TR status (since my home casino isn't a help any longer) if I didn't have anything to fall back on next year.

    Does anyone have decent TI status? Are the room comps and free play offers fair compared to others?
     
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  5. dnreyes23

    dnreyes23 Low-Roller

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    My father in law plays mainly at TI. His bankroll is always $5k. He goes 2-3 times per year. Slots and BJ. He gets full RFB and stays in tower suite.
     
  6. DDB

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    I have been loyal to Ti for a number of years. Getting 3 nights comped with $150 or so FP is my usual offer. Standard room, occasionally a suite if off-peak. No resort fees. I never qualify for any food or resort credits.

    I play only VP, mainly at their best machines. I estimate 4-5K coin in per day. So I think they are quite generous. The real downer is that they are a stand alone players club.
     
  7. handyhunter

    handyhunter Tourist

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    Thanks for the input. I'll likely play TI. I'd also like to check out cosmopolitan.
     
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