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Pleasantly surprised at Venetian/Palazzo offer

Discussion in 'Comps' started by Slidey1, Feb 13, 2020.

  1. Slidey1

    Slidey1 Low-Roller

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    So, I’ve been diamond with CET for a few years now, and Gold with MLife pretty easily each year. Honestly the only reason to go to Venetian was for food and drinks. We love Yardbird so we are there pretty much each trip. Alway throw a couple hundred into a machine and then bounce. On the last trip we almost hit a handpay which was great! I updated my info on the Grazie card on the way out just to make sure everything was being counted. Fast forward to yesterday and we have a 3 night comp offer with $50 in slot play with actual comp nights for Friday and Saturday nights, going out all the way to May and June. Have to say I think we will definitely be taking advantage and giving V/P a much harder look for our Vegas business!
     
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  2. B T

    B T Low-Roller

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    For how long did you play and bet amount you do for that offer from V/P? Also a CET diamond for several years looking to seed a new casino.
     
  3. Slidey1

    Slidey1 Low-Roller

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    We prob played 2-3 hours of slots at max bet, so $3-$6 per spin usually. We always max bet. Sometimes that $2-300 will run out quick, sometimes we get decent pays.
     
  4. Chuck2009x

    Chuck2009x VIP Whale

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    Your big sub-handpay hit probably helped a lot, because it may have let you do more coin-in than you otherwise would have.

    3 hours at close to $6/spin is enough to get comps there, your offer sounds just about right.

    You'd have to have some luck to make $200 - $300 last 3 hours at $5 to $6-ish normally unless you play really slow.
     
  5. nhcris

    nhcris VIP Whale

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    Slidey1, definitely give them a try. You just can't can't beat the dining options and nice standard rooms.

    @BT, for what it's worth, I play about the same coin in at Palazzo as I do at CET properties, and my Palazzo offers are always better and are much more consistent. I don't think you need to play as much coin in on a drop in as the OP to get a nice teaser offer. I would give them a good couple hours though, as time played seems to be just as important to my host as coin in. But, if you already have any sort of history with them, that wold be factored in as well.
     
  6. Marky147

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    I've got the same offers up until June, but I've noticed in the T&C it says resort fees to be factored in.

    Have they changed the rule in the last 6 months, where you don't pay RFs if you're on comps?
     
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