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Best casino for comp room

Discussion in 'Comps' started by Erik the Whale, Feb 13, 2017.

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  1. grosx2

    grosx2 Have fun storming the castle!

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    Amen to that....these days, a day at a water park feels like I went 5 rounds in the octagon the next day!
     
  2. Erik the Whale

    Erik the Whale Tourist

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    I bring with me 4500 for the trip to gamble. Usually 4 days. I only played at the wynn for a day max. I mostly played at the cosmo and whatever casino I stumbled in. I played down at old vegas also. My average bet is probably $50. And I played mostly table games. The weird thing is this time around I receieved nothing from cosmo or anywhere but wynn. Next time we I go I want to focus on TI or golden nugget. Thanks everyone for their thoughts
     
  3. yube baroke

    yube baroke Tourist

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    I think what you have been receiving are teaser offers. Gambling for one day only at $50 a hand, with a 4500 bankroll, over a multiday trip, will not sustain repetitive future comp offers. Unless you get super lucky and are able to play pretty much every hour of the first day, I think you will only see teaser offers from the upper tier props like Wynn and Cosmo. For your play, I would recommend CET properties...Harrah's, Flamingo, Bally's, Paris, Planet Hollywood, Cromwell, Caesars, and Rio. Play at any of those casinos and you will most likely get future offers for at least the lower tier props.
     
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  4. Noonerator

    Noonerator Tourist

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    it's not worth betting 4500 in a few days to stay at CET places like Rio for free
     
  5. VegasSchemer

    VegasSchemer VIP Whale

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    Losing or betting? If you're planning to lose the money, hit some dollar slots betting max for a few hours at Paris or PH. You'll get something for the effort. But if you're just betting that amount, not too many free rooms will come beyond a teaser at Caesars or Cromwell (or any high end joint), if you're lucky.
     
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  6. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Something is missing here. Please give us a bit more detail. You say you go every 8 months or so. And you were getting comp rooms at Cosmo, and then Wynn. How many times at each? Base rooms or suites? Food comps? Backend comps?
     
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  7. Vegas55

    Vegas55 Low-Roller

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    Geez, I'm starting to feal good about this. Its great to stay for free. What is the best room that you guys have comped?

    Always Cosmo PV Wraparound Terrace Suite. This next trip adding the One Bedroom connector. Mainly slots with a little Blackjack thrown in.
     
  8. Erik the Whale

    Erik the Whale Tourist

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    We get the basic rooms at cosmo but pay the $40 a night to upgrade to the balcony rooms. Craigslist girls and their husbands arent impressed with base model rooms. Need the balcony. The wynn I spent maybe 1 thousand on the bengals? Didnt work out. I've played at the Cromwell but never got any offers. I'm going to focus my efforts in April on The Golden Nugget, or Nugg as some would say. I'd like a free room down their.
     
  9. Erik the Whale

    Erik the Whale Tourist

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    Vegass 55. How much are you playing to get the wrap around suite? Maybe I should invest more in slots? When considering slots I think of a horrible man named R. Kelly that once sang, "My minds telling me no, but my body.....my booddyyys telling me yes!"
     
  10. pultzar

    pultzar Low-Roller

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    They have vacancy in their rooms under the bridge.
     
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  11. Vegas55

    Vegas55 Low-Roller

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    Normally two, four day trips a year playing mostly $5 machines, above if going well, down to $2 machines if going bad.
     
  12. DRPinVA

    DRPinVA Low-Roller

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    +1
     
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  13. Noonerator

    Noonerator Tourist

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    Erik the whale I totally understand about the craigslist girls. They love the better rooms. But WTF about their husbands. You're into some weird stuff man. Hey Vegas has all kinds.
     
  14. Noonerator

    Noonerator Tourist

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    Vegas 55 What level identity card are you. The reason I ask is I used to get better deals before I went to sterling. Now that I'm sterling I have gotten any great deals
     
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    Lmarl72936 Low-Roller

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    From my experience and from what I have read on the boards, CET is the most generous with giving away rooms vs other properties.
     
  16. Vegas55

    Vegas55 Low-Roller

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    Don't feed the trolls !

    I love feeding the trolls. They have to eat.
     
  17. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Yea, this has troll written all over it. I feel so low for feeding them.
     
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  18. VegasSchemer

    VegasSchemer VIP Whale

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    I did it too. :(
     
  19. topcard

    topcard Vegas Has Re-Opened!

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    In all seriousness, his profile says he's been to Vegas 5 times.
    For a rookie, getting a Cosmo or a Wynn comp is a given.
    So - he's been 5 times and (presumably) used 4 free room offers - based on his first post, that was two times at Cosmo & two times at Wynn.

    The answer to his question is: New players in each system will invariably get initial offers from the property. That stops when you fail to gamble at the minimum necessary to keep the offers coming. That's why Cosmo "quit putting out". He failed to gamble enough. If he had, the offers would still be coming.

    Each system basically works the same way. So, he should go ahead and use up his CET teasers & his MGM teasers.
    After that, try the Boyd properties... Chances are, he'll continue to get offers from all three, assuming he continues to bet at the $4000-per-trip level.
    At some point, he'll settle in on a property chain that he prefers & he'll give them the bulk of his play.

    No chain is "better" than the other. Room quality does, however, vary wildly. The nicer the room, the higher the room rate is, and therefore, the more comp-credit one needs to earn one.
    The cheaper the room, the easier it is to get it comped.
    It's not complicated.
    So - the question of "easiest" would be answered by "The one with the cheapest rooms".
    The $19/night (Sun-Thu) standard rooms at Golden Gate are very easy to get comp-mailers for.
     
  20. ken2v

    ken2v This Space For Rent

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    I'm tired of Maybach service from the private terminal at McCarran. How can I get a Yugo from the Greyhound terminal downtown? ;)
     
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