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Room Comp for me, great deal for friends

Discussion in 'Comps' started by Priv8guy, Jul 22, 2017.

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  1. RTD122418

    RTD122418 Well-Known Member

    Apr 1, 2016
    Trips to Las Vegas:
    One of the better mid strip prime resorts has offered me a few nights complimentary, and with my
    membership status they have given a great room rate for my friends to stay.
    I'm a little concerned that my friends (married couple), may not gamble very much, or spend much
    money at this resort. If it turns out that their overall spending/gambling output is negligible will this
    end up having an effect on me? Will this resort reduce my future offers, or just not provide as great
    an offer to the same friends going forward? I'd rather not mention the name of this resort, which may
    make it more difficult to answer my question. I have no worries that my wife and I will continue to pour
    at least the same money into the casino as our previous trips. I intend on giving my Host a gift, but rather
    than cash, what value of gift would you suggest? Fancy box of chocolates for example?
  2. Lmarl72936

    Lmarl72936 Low-Roller

    Jan 21, 2017
    Los Angeles, CA
    Trips to Las Vegas:
    If you have a host, you are a valuable player to the property which means that the great room rate they gave to your friends to stay there with you might have well influenced you to come and stay with them therefore they dont care. Your friends Theo will NOT impact your comps in any way.
    I OFTEN get friends rooms heavily discounted when they come with me to Vegas and this has never impacted my comps in any way.
    Now, I'm speaking for CET properties so then again, other properties have different rules and what not.
    In regards to gifting your host, Cash in an envelope is king. $50 or $100 anything less dont bother.
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