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What does a host do?

Discussion in 'Comps' started by lithium78, Aug 18, 2015.

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  1. lithium78

    lithium78 High-Roller

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    I was just notified that my play on my recent trip to Caesars Palace was apparently good enough to get a host. What exactly do hosts do? How do they help with future trips?
     
  2. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    It varies widely from casino to casino, and player to player.

    First off, their number one job is to get players to come and leave with money. Really.

    As to CET, most of the hosts, or often called executive hosts (words and titles are cheap) will help you book rooms for your next trip. If you play is high enough, they will help with limo, reservations, etc.
     
  3. bardolator

    bardolator Lifelong Low Roller

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    If you have played enough, hosts can get you free tickets to shows that run in their casino and sometimes other casinos within the same corporation. Hosts can comp rooms and meals, always depending on how much money you have put into play. For example, at my modest level I can generally get a free basic room and breakfast at the coffee shop. Others can get RFB (room, food, beverages) comped for the entire trip, up to and including fancy suites, gift packages, and all sorts of transportation right up to free air travel.

    Don't be afraid to ask for things. If the host wants to review your play at the end of the trip before awarding you this or that (aka a back end comp), it means you are probably asking for more than the host is authorized to give you.
     
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