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Future Cosmo Offers

Discussion in 'Comps' started by USCdude87, Nov 24, 2021.

  1. USCdude87

    USCdude87 Tourist

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    Thanks for everyone’s input regarding my trip this past weekend at Cosmo!

    I ended up coining in $250K over 3 nights, and got about $4200 comped off my bill, and had a total loss of $6K.

    I know that I should expect to receive updated offers in 1-2 weeks, but just wanted to see what everyone thinks my offers might be?

    3 nights, $250K, all high limit slots, bet ranges from $20-$300/spin…thank you!
     
  2. Kachow

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    That is an insanely awesome coin in amount for actual loss. 2.4% hold. If you don’t mind, what games were you playing? I have never had anywhere near that kind of return. Did you have some really big handpays? I’ve lost similar amount but on only like $35-45K coin in and I consistently get 5 nights no blackouts with a 1 BR terrace fountain view and $200 FP and $200 RC.


    As for your comps, I would expect you’ll be offered 5 nights in a fountain view wraparound with a lot of free play and resort credit but I don’t know how much as I’ve never hit anywhere near that coin in. Also if you can rack that kind of coin in I don’t think the FP And RC/Dining credit is going to matter much as you’ll get everything comped off on the backend anyways. I would think you would get at least $1K of FP but maybe more.
     
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  3. USCdude87

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    89974876-0C13-40C2-92D7-180D271783AA.jpeg 3C0B2825-C25B-4B83-A25C-E3FB6869BA47.jpeg DF6659F1-B1AF-47AB-93AC-4A3492D3BEA7.jpeg Yeah I hit a handpay for $18,800 on a full screen of piggies in Piggy Banking, $25 bet.

    Dragon Links killed me, but got a bunch of handpays in the $1200-$3K range, as well as Ultimate Fire link, betting $20-$50.

    Also did really well playing Cleo, Pharaohs Fortune and Mighty Cash

     

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  4. Kachow

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    Man that’s an incredible run. Great work. I definitely don’t have the intestinal fortitude to work the slots at those bet levels but fun to see someone else hitting em like that.

    So back to your original question, you hit $250K coin in which using some generic numbers if the machines you played were 10% hold (this may be high since you were in high limit the whole time, you generated $25K of Theo over the course of your trip. 30% of that is $7,500 and that should be about the comp value you generated over the course of three nights so $2500 a night worth of comp value.

    most people would say that the casino will come about 30% of your theoretical loss. I have no idea what casino rate for a FV Wraparound is but I’m sure it’s way less than a thousand so if you continue to generate coin in at that level you should basically be able to go, have a very healthy upfront offer in terms of FP And RC, and get any food and bev within reason taken care of.

    Also, you could just book through a host and you won’t necessarily have to worry about when you get offers, he or she will tell you what they can do for you. I would think one of them would be reaching out to you or already has.
     
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    You're effectively RFB at Cosmo with that kind of action.

    Five nights in a wraparound for sure. Maybe even access to a bungalow suite for a weekend if you want that instead. Four-figure amounts each for FP and F&B. Airport transfer in the finest limo Cosmo has to offer. Your action is practically good enough to bump people from months-long reservations at é by Jose Andres at the snap of your fingers just minutes before the seating you want.
     
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  6. USCdude87

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    Wow. I just logged into my account, and this is my offer…pretty disappointing. Highest room type is a Terrace Suite FV, no wraparound.

    My other friend who went 2 weeks ago coined in $270K in 3 Nights, and only got $1200 in FP, with a wraparound, no FV.

    Is it possible I can get a better offer in 1-2 weeks?
     

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    Ask your host to beat that offer.
     
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  8. USCdude87

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    I reached out, and they told me that this isn’t reflective of my last trip, and that I should see a really generous offer in the first week of December. In addition, they shared with me that the ADW, terminology they use, is around $3500 for a Wraparound FV. So I guess we’ll wait and see!

    However, they assured me that my play is way over those thresholds and that I definitely am a really “healthy player”

     
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  9. JulianC

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    The room is probably not costing the casino over $1200-1400 per weekend night. However, once you get to a certain higher level of ADT (average daily theo; Cosmo appears to use the term average daily win), it becomes more about access to scarce resources. Thresholds become inflated because a place like Cosmo -- especially now that more international gaming guests have suddenly returned -- is going to have higher-tier room inventory significantly outnumbered/outstripped by the number of guests whose casino play qualifies them.

    I still think you can get comped one of those suites that can retail at $2500 per night. Probably not the best penthouses, though.
     
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  10. Chuck2009x

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    The hold on the 3-reelers you played was probably in the range of 5%.

    On the video games you played at 0.50 and $1 denom, it could be as much as 7.5%.

    $4,200 in comps would match up with the comp value generated on $250k at a 5% hold.

    Hearing the term "ADW" is interesting, I agree I don't know what else W would be except win, which has to mean actual.

    Win is obviously a completely different animal than Theo. If you lost $6,000, your ADW was $2,000. whereas your ADT was at least twice that.

    I agree the offer you see in your account now is too low (although we can't see what room type you might be able to get, the FP and Dining Credit amounts are way low for the amount of coin in you did), it'll be interesting to see what you end up getting.
     
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