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Lose comps for low play?

Discussion in 'Comps' started by 1LuckyMomma, May 1, 2019.

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  1. 1LuckyMomma

    1LuckyMomma High-Roller

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    Staying at Venetian on a comp. Budget is half of last trip but keeping my play at Venetian and Palazzo. Will they end up charging for the room when we leave or will I just not get great offers after this trip?
     
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    jacu Low-Roller

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    Your offers will either be reduced or stop, depending on how much you low play.
     
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  3. Elizakess

    Elizakess Low-Roller

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    They won’t charge you extra for low play during a comp but will reduce future offers to you.
     
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  4. 1LuckyMomma

    1LuckyMomma High-Roller

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    Thank you. I’m planning on winning BIG the first night and playing double anyway!
     
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  5. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    No problem.

    All casinos offer a room as THEIR bet you will play enough to cover the room cost and then some more.

    They will not burn you. Future offers might drop.

    V/P did burn folks once, maybe 5? years ago. They, and every other casino learned their lesson.
     
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  6. Chuck2009x

    Chuck2009x VIP Whale

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    One tip if you know or expect you might low-play on a trip - if your offers go out far enough, book your next trip right before you leave for the current one.

    CET is great for this - I get offers that go out a year. I always book a future trip to lock in the terms in case I low-play on the next one or they raise the bar.
     
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    Chuck2009x VIP Whale

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    it was 2011. They completely cut off regular players and even cancelled stays that had already been booked.
     
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  8. 1LuckyMomma

    1LuckyMomma High-Roller

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    Great idea!
     
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    1LuckyMomma High-Roller

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    I think I remember reading about that and that’s why I was cautiously approaching this visit.
     
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    They're pretty much back to normal as far as I can tell. I had two short stays in the last couple of years and I got comp offers that were in line with what I expected for my play level, 3 nights and a small amount of freeplay or resort credit. Once thing I did notice though is that my offers dropped off after not staying there for a year. I still get offers for slot tourneys that include a comped room, but my regular monthly offers now are only for casino rate.
     
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