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What to expect in future comps - Aria

Discussion in 'Comps' started by weazel03, Apr 28, 2014.

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  1. weazel03

    weazel03 Tourist

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    I just got back from a 3 day trip from the Aria. I gambeled Thursday for 2 Hours and Friday Night /Saturday Morning for around 8-10. Got rated at $200 a hand for 10 or 12 hours. What can I expect in terms of future comps from Aria or MGM properties?
    Thanks
     
  2. UKFanatic

    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    What games did you play. And how many hours at each game?
     
  3. jdvegas

    jdvegas VIP Whale

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    Also, are you sure about your rating? If you specifically asked, you should have an odd number like $215 average bet for 11.5 hours - not nice round numbers.

    It is very hard to figure out what unsolicited offers you will get , but if you call VIP and they look at your play (assuming your numbers are accurate and it was Blackjack), they will likely offer you a free room and maybe a bit of F&B for your next trip.
     
  4. weazel03

    weazel03 Tourist

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    Yes, I asked for my play rating when I made sure all my markers were closed out. And yes, it was all black jack.

    I am going again in July so I will give them a call when I am about to book it. I just wasnt sure if they would send me offers for Rooms, F&B, free play, etc... Or if I had to go to them for everything. Maybe see how much I can get out of them.
     
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    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    Still not entirely clear to me, but assuming you played 12 hours (and not 10), I would say you can probably get upfront a free basic room for a few nights and maybe a resort credit. As I mentioned in a thread yesterday, MGM doesn't really give freeplay to table players these days.

    I pretty much ignore the corporate offers I get, so I don't know when the corporate offers will start reflecting your play from this month. So you may want to call marketing. Although it seems most people have mixed experiences with Aria marketing. If that doesn't work, you may want to call MGM, Mandalay Bay, or Mirage (the next tier of MGM properties) and see if they can do better for you. Good luck
     
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    200$ an hour is just the tip in what aria looks for for free nites, so if your numbers are right say 12 hours over 3 days at 200$ a hand you will get free room and probaly some up front resort credit, no free play.

    usualy 3 nites comped in a room and they will review ur play at the end of the trip to see if you get any back end comps
     
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    Table ratings at Aria is a mystery. My most recent trip, i was playing Crazy 4 at $100 spot. At the end of my weekend trip, the HoD said i did avg bet of $219 at 11.5 hours.
     
  8. weazel03

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    So I should ask how it is viewed across all MGM properties of I have only been rated at Aria. I'm staying at MGM for another bachelor party in May and will probably spend 99% of my time there since I will be with a group. If I play $100 a hand at MGM for 12 hours and already have that Aria play, can any host pull up both resorts? Does that make sense.

    Pretty much will I get other MGM property comps because of my aria play.t

    Thanks
     
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    mlife makes no sense. mgm fucked me over and aria takes great care of me. theres no logic, yes they can pull up your play at all properties but unlike cet mlife kinda treats them as seperate properties.

    theres no logic my play at mgm should have gotten me alot and instead i was basicaly told to f off while aria takes great care of me and bellagio just reached out to me , so i refuse to play at mgm.:grrr:
     
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  10. jdvegas

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    Yes, they see all your play at all the Mlife/MGM casinos.

    Proactive offers are unpredictable, but you can call VIP at MGM and they will likely give you a free room and some F&B based on your Aria play.
     
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    QIKFIX Low-Roller

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    Would there be any differance in comps given if the first stay was through MYVEGAS?

    Or is their review really only for future trips. I don't want to be cut short due to staying on a FB game comp.

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  12. jdvegas

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    I am not sure I fully understand your question. If you are saying that on a past trip you redeemed some MYVEGAS comps, that will be irrelevant to how they review your play for future comps.
     
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    No, I mean we are staying at Aria for 3 nights on MYVEGAS comp in September.

    Will my play be looked differently because of that in regards to offers for future trips or not?

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    If you play enough, I think you will receive future offers.
     
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    It would affect comps if you ask them to review your play on that same trip for additional comps. It will have no affect on how they view your play for future trips/comps.
     
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