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Mid Tier players positive comps

Discussion in 'Comps' started by Multifarious5, Jun 10, 2017.

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  1. Multifarious5

    Multifarious5 VIP Whale

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    Ok, this is a string for weird POSITIVE comps quirks you've seen. (We can always make another thread for negative, but this one is for quirks that have been positive.)

    Like many mid-rollers, we initially shied from the top hotels and gravitated towards mid-level, thinking that our coin in would go farther at a mid-level...it doesnt always, at least in our experience.

    Conversely, we've been pleasantly surprised to find the better hotels give us even more comp value for the same coin-in, despite it not seeming logical.

    What glitch, quirk have you found that actually makes your trip a little nicer, more enjoyable?
     
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  2. Chuck2009x

    Chuck2009x VIP Whale

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    These are really tips, rather than quirks.

    MLife seems to be slower to react to a play decrease than they are to a play increase. That only really helps if you're planning on phasing them out though.

    If you have access to some method of VIP booking at MLife or CET, you can often get an override of blackout dates or get a better room type than the online booking engine will give you, if you get the right rep and can establish a rapport in the 10 seconds or so you have to do it.

    A small investment in tips can pay off in a lot of different ways. Tipping at tables can get you a better rating and favorable treatment in certain gambling situations that require a ruling, there's no guarantee, but I've seen it enough. Tipping at slots can get you help also if you pull some bonehead move like leaving money in a machine. If they want to, all staff can do a lot of things for you you might never have thought about. If you're tip-averse because of whatever, look at it as an investment/insurance. And be friendly first. It's almost as good as a tip. Be aware of all the griping going on around you and how much you stand out if you're the opposite of that.
     
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