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Boyd props moving comps?

Discussion in 'Comps' started by billyinpg, Jan 24, 2017.

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  1. billyinpg

    billyinpg Low-Roller

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    Is there any way to move comps from property to property with Boyd?

    The situation is my GF and I both have 3 nights comped each during the Nascar weekend. I got my 3 at GC but the other nights are sold out. I see a couple of places, Sams Town and Orleans have rooms available but when I gave them a call they could only do casino rate. I think I might be missing something in all of this, do they really hold you to a home casino? It just seems strange to me.
     
  2. leo21

    leo21 VIP Whale

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    Yeah, they do. They aren't like CET where your comps transfer easily. You pick your home base and all the other properties give you offers based on your play history at their casino only. A host could intervene but there's going to be a limit to what they can do on a high profile weekend.
     
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    JeJas VIP Whale

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    They are separate properties. Among those four big chains (CET, MLife, Stations, Boyd),
    Boyd casinos are the least integrated.
    In fact you can simply consider them as separate, even though your points and tier status works at all of them.
    Regardless what is your "home casino", if you played at the other casino (let's say Sam's Town in your case) big enough,
    it will send you offer.
    Sometimes a casino which you never step foot in can send you teaser offers because they do have your information but that doesn't happen very often.
     
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