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Best Downtown or Other Casino for Comps

Discussion in 'Comps' started by cjcjcj, Dec 28, 2016.

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  1. cjcjcj

    cjcjcj VIP Whale

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    Is there a better casino out there to maximize my comps?

    I follow the motto - don't play for comps - but still want to know what's out there to get the maximum benefit for my play?

    Mixture of slots, blackjack, and roulette. And have been getting into craps now. So I play a mixture of everything.

    Average trip 3-4 nights, 20-30k coin-in, and 75-100/hand 3-4hrs/day blackjack/roulette.

    Am currently an Mlife player so probably not being given the "BEST" comps for my play. But am happy with what has been coming to me so far....3 nights free room, moderate freeplay(150-200), and resort credit(100-300). A host from Mirage has reached out to me with a nice offer so I am loyal....but if there's better out there to jump ship, I will.
     
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    DaiLun R.C., L.C., and A.A.N.G.

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    In 2013/2014, when I "returned" to Las Vegas, I made the D my home casino. The comps were very good for my level of play at that time.
     
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  3. jsunsports

    jsunsports Low-Roller

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    We will be in Vegas for the super bowl. Can anyone tell me where to hey the best place downtown to get comps for sports book, tables and slots? I know people say don't chase comps but the last four time I have been in Vegas we stayed at the El Cortez. But to this day I have never received one offer from the El Cortez regarding a room or anything. So this time I canceled my reservation at the El Cortez and booked a junior suite at the Plaza. I'm a low roller about $300 to $400 per day. But planning betting at least $1,000 on the Super Bowl just curious of where I can get a better bang for my buck and maybe some future offers.
     
  4. eaglejohn

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    Plaza is good for sports bets. But you will get no comps for sports bets other than drinks at some of them.
     
  5. merlin

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    You do use your players card, dont you?
     
  6. jsunsports

    jsunsports Low-Roller

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    Yes all the time whether I'm playing the slots table games or betting in the Sportsbook
     
  7. PopsOLA

    PopsOLA Low-Roller

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    Only place downtown I never get comps is Freemont/b connected. I've tried a few times on my trips to give them a day or two of decent play but I only get the 25% off deals.

    I stick to cortez, plaza, the d.
     
  8. paperposter

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    what are u looking for, rooms . food show tickets whats ur proirity ,becuase at certian mlife properties u will be fine , cet all the free roms u want. the ameneties fromdowntown and the strip are nite and day

    what are u priority that would so we can steer u in the right direction
     
  9. vegasdev

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    the sports books don't give you much. I think Boyd's gives a free drink coupon for $20 or $40 bet, limit 2 per day. you can get more by going to a different clerk. GN gives you one or two drinks for a $100 bet, maybe the same at the DTG. If you are going to be betting $1000 at the sports book, I would shop around and let them know up front, you can probably get more.

     
  10. vegasdev

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    it is hard to get rated accurately for craps. if you have 2 or 3 bets working with odds, and or some field bets etc, they can't keep up. make your buy in large, that's a good place to start.
     
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