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Host question

Discussion in 'Comps' started by sciesla, Apr 12, 2021.

  1. sciesla

    sciesla Low-Roller

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    We have an offer for free flight and hotel stay at Paris from an outside travel casino tour company. We have an executive host at a CET hotel in Vegas. Would our regular host get the credit for the play? He is not at Paris. Or would this change our relationship with him?
     
  2. highlow

    highlow Tourist

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    As a courtesy, I would just text your host and make him aware. As long as he is CET, he would get credit for all your play at any CET property. My host is a PH, but I play Cromwell, Caesars, Linq, etc., and she gets credit for all my action. Any trip planned, I go through her. For your situation, obviously, you would like your host to know, so he can look at your action at the end of your stay and extend any additional comps you earned.
     
  3. DaiLun

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

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    That is NOT my understanding. If a host doesn't book your trip. He/she doesn't get credit for your play, especially if a third party group books the trip. (This is DEFINITELY true for mLife, CET I'm not so sure, but I have seen people who book with third parties get treated poorly from the local CET hosts.)

    Check with your host to see what, if any implications exist for a third party booking.
     
    Last edited: Apr 12, 2021
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