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Cosmo offer question.

Discussion in 'Comps' started by LV_Bound, Mar 14, 2019.

  1. LV_Bound

    LV_Bound VIP Whale

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    We have been part of the Cosmo players club since they opened but didn't really play there or receive any offers.
    One goal during this past trip was to give Cosmo some dedicated play.
    When we arrived home there were discounted room offers.
    I suspect our play simply triggered their e-mailer to send us stuff, but hoping since it was just discounted room offers that our actual play wasn't really reviewed and that offers based on our play has yet to be sent which leads me to the main question.

    How long after giving Cosmo some play should I start seeing offers based on my play?

    For other casinos it seems to be about 2-3 months and wasn't sure if this was true for Cosmo or not.
     
  2. WelshBlonde

    WelshBlonde Wishing I was in Vegas

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    I get my cosmo offers quarterly so if thats anything to go by you should see something within 3 months from your trip.
     
  3. LV_Bound

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    Thanks it is what I suspected but wasn't sure. Since Cosmo is a much smaller entity I wasn't sure if there was a much smaller turn-around time.
     
  4. Crapster

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    did you play table? they give 0 ratings to table play
     
  5. LV_Bound

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    No because I know enough that I don't play at the proper level at any property to acquire comps via table games.
    My success with comps comes purely via slots.
    Estimated coin in was just under $1K which for not staying on their property should hopefully be enough to acquire some teaser offers.
     
  6. BayouBengal

    BayouBengal VIP Whale

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    That is not correct. While you do not get identity points for table play you most certainly are rated for your play and comps will be made in said play. Table play is evaluated monthly.
     
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  7. BayouBengal

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    $1k of coin-in , even on penny slots won’t generated more than discounted rooms. Even at a 10% hold, that’s only a theoretical loss of $100. If you paid for a room maybe you’d get the resort fee comped off for one night.
     
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  8. breanna61

    breanna61 Super Moderator

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    I agree although if it was a quick drop in, he may get a teaser offer.
     
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  9. LV_Bound

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    Correct, the teaser offer is/was the objective. ;)
     
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  10. vetsen

    vetsen Low-Roller

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    I've always gotten a new Cosmo offer which reflects my most recent plan on the following Tuesday. For $1k coin, I would suspect discounted room may be the best you're going to get.
     
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  11. BayouBengal

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    If it’s been at least 2 weeks since your play, that’s the best you’re going to get in all likelyhood. I don’t know if Cosmo treats long time non-players the same as new sign ups. But even if a new player, $1 coin-in honestly isn’t that strong. At best it might be close to get occasional midweek nights available on select nights.
     
  12. boofmichael

    boofmichael Low-Roller

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    To echo what has been said, you definitely get rated for table play, you just don’t earn Identity Points. A host told me for table play they like to see $50 p/h for four hours per day before they start issuing comps.
     
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  13. LV_Bound

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    Thanks for all the replies.
    If anything of interest does materialize I will try to remember to post an update.
     
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  14. LB9

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    My experience for drop in table play a few years ago was $50-75 per hand BJ for 4 hours or so. The offers, if you could call them that, we're negligible and it was discounted rooms and perhaps a few mid week free rooms which did nothing to entice me. Love that casino but the reality is it takes more in tables games, and probably more than 1k coin in for slot play, to get free rooms. I think discounted rooms will be the best you get, especially during the spring and summer months, but I may be wrong. Offseason would probably yield you slightly better offers.
     
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    Agree with @BayouBengal here. $1k is not enough.

    The offer you received a few days after your trip likely be your best offer. Future offers will come, but worse.