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Cosmo Coin IN

Discussion in 'Comps' started by Jaydog98, Jul 14, 2017.

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  1. Jaydog98

    Jaydog98 Tourist

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    Hey guys I'm at the Cosmo right now, I checked my slot coin in, and it's around $11,000 coin in. Is that a pretty decent coin in for some Comps? Or is this just average? Thanks
     
  2. meyers67

    meyers67 VIP Whale

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    $11,000 for one day? Or for an entire trip? How long was the trip?
     
  3. Jaydog98

    Jaydog98 Tourist

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    For two days so far.
     
  4. DaiLun

    DaiLun R.C., L.C., and A.A.N.G.

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    For a CET casino that would be about 1100TC a day. Not bad, but nothing spectacular. If you played and VP it would be less.
     
    Well, Canada and Massachusetts are closed, back to Lake Tahoe
    Oh what the heck, I've got vacation and myVegas points to burn. . . .
  5. mickeydfly13

    mickeydfly13 Low-Roller

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    I picked up about 22,000 tier points over a 3 day trip of going crazy on video poker a few months ago. I'm a low roller to them for sure.
     
  6. mrjvegas

    mrjvegas VIP Whale

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    My host wanted 6k coin in per day on slots and/or $100 a hand BJ for 4 hours a day.......I was comped a nice room up front and I asked her what she expected.
     
  7. Chuck2009x

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    If it's all slots and no VP, $5,500/night is plenty healthy at Cosmo.

    I maintain a $4,000 - $4,500 coin in avg per night, my trips are always either 4 or 6 nights. My offers are usually for 4 nights in a One Bedroom Terrace with $100 dining credit and varying amounts of freeplay. On my last trip I was able to get a Terrace Suite. I'd expect for $5,500 a night your offers would include a Terrace Suite or be very close to it.

    The duration of your stay probably factors into that - if you only stay 2 nights on this trip, you may get an offer for 4 nights, but you'd be more likely to rate a higher room type if you can maintain that average over more than 2 nights on this trip.
     
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  8. Hbatc

    Hbatc Tourist

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    How do you check your coin in during a trip?
    Sorry if that is a dumb question.
     
  9. Laostuh

    Laostuh Low-Roller

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    What is "coin-in" can someone explain? I know you guys are not putting $4,000 to $5,000 a night in slots.....
     
  10. Letsdoit

    Letsdoit Low-Roller

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    Hi Laostuh,

    It's the amount of $$$ ran through a slot.
     
  11. easy_money

    easy_money High-Roller

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    it's simply the amount of money you run through the machine. For example, if you put in $100 playing $5 a spin, and you're able to spin through 100 times before your bankroll depletes, then your coin-in would be $500.
     
  12. Laostuh

    Laostuh Low-Roller

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    thank you, that was simple enough.
     
  13. Chuck2009x

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    You can ask at the player's club desk.

    You can also track it on machines. Each time you play a machine, it displays your session points either on screen or via a menu you call pull up.

    On slots:
    If you're at the base tier level, 1 session point = $2.50 coin in
    At Sterling and Gold tiers, 1 session point = $1.25 coin in
    At Platinum, 1 session point = $0.83 coin in.

    At all tiers, 1 session point = $6.00 coin in on video poker.

    Each time you take your card out, Session Points reset to zero, so if you want to track coin in that way, you have to note it before you pull your card out.
     
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