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The D comp offers

Discussion in 'Comps' started by Vegasismy2ndhome, Jan 5, 2020.

  1. Vegasismy2ndhome

    Vegasismy2ndhome Tourist

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    Hello,

    i went and played at The D recently. Most of my play usually goes to the Ceasars properties. My question is in regards to receiving offers or booking rooms. Usually i book or at least can see my offers through the total rewards website. Does The D have a similar or website to see offers or how do they usually send offers. Hoping to get some offers in the future.
     
  2. mikel123

    mikel123 Not A Lawyer

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  3. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    The D seems to make decent offers. Their website is quite and program is quite simple compared to CET. But - it serves the purpose just fine.
     
  4. bull1029

    bull1029 High-Roller

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    Their offers are very nice, especially compared to Boyd. Last trip I played a tiny little bit at the D and GG. I have BOGOs on rooms ever since, and nada from Boyd (ok, casino rate offers). Guess where I'm booking next trip?
     
  5. DaiLun

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

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    The D was my home casino in 2014. I switched to 7* when I upped my play because the "ceiling" was higher. Now that I have "lowered the ceiling" and switched to where my $$ goes farther, and also to get in on the ground floor when Circa opens up, I have switched back to the D.

    I have been very happy with my comps there.
     
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  6. Mike Aclin

    Mike Aclin Tourist

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    Wife and I usually stay there two nights and gamble one day. Very good VP at the Vue bar. Comp earnings are so so, .2% I. E. 6k coin in earns $12. Mailers help that with some dining dollars. Besides being on line, they also snail mail your offers. One of the better places downtown.
     
  7. Vegasismy2ndhome

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    Thank you everybody it feels as if i wasnt rated corrextly on my recent trip, eithwr that or The D does not give many points or tier score for craps so dont think i will see any offers anytime soon. Hopefully on my next trip.
     
  8. AyDee

    AyDee is getting too old for this

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    As someone that has seen theo reports from when Tim was my host, let me just tell you craps (or BJ for that matter) theo is miniscule, the GFs slot play always earned incredibly more than even my longest sessions.
     
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  9. gutshotSF

    gutshotSF Royal chaser and real-life long-distance runner

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    A tangential but related question for you: When you stay at either the D or GG, will a host at either property take into account all of your play on your "one" card when considering you for back end comps? That is, will they count play at both places? I am headed to the GG in March, but plan to play VP at the D as well.
     
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  10. AyDee

    AyDee is getting too old for this

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    I never actually asked for any back end comps, We got two nights in a suite up front.
    But that would be a great question for someone to ask and report back.
    I would imagine if you had heavy play you could ask that it be recognized.
    AFAIK, the theo reports I got were only for GG, where the host was at..
    and just an illustration of slot V table theo, here's two,
    I don't know what her slot bet levels were at (but generally quarters, then pushes to dollars if up- we would usually start off doing some high limit dollars),
    but I'm grinding BJ and craps pretty hard..(for red chips, mostly). HA, and thus theo is very low on those (VP too now), you must recognize:


    Me:
    On that note, I just can't get over how much theo P pulls on slots- without losing tons, like I always do on slots,
    ** So would love to see again my sad low table theo.
    I am just always so amazed at the slot theo, that I would love to see the report for any time we visit, no matter how short or long, in as much detail as you could provide.
    Host:
    I agree about how slots work I think its so neat, and I remember when it clicked for me on how all this stuff is determined and why. It was like the difference between moving chess pieces and understanding it
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    Two separate probably one night dropins, Golden Gate:
    PIT : $850 in.. $560 out .. loss of $290 generating a theo of $17 over 2 hours
    Slot: $1138 in… $1059 out.. loss of $79 generating a theo of $107.67 over 2 hours.

    The Tables : $1280 in $625 out $655 loss ( Theo “ risk “ $47 ) Time played 4.5 hours
    The Slots : $2869 in $2530 out $388 loss ( Theo “ risk “ 276.35 ) Time played 4.25 hours
     
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    One mid trip night
  11. LoveDowntownVegas

    LoveDowntownVegas High-Roller

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    yes, but sometimes you have to mention "can you check my play at X", as they may not do it by default... which is very odd to me.
     
  12. mdm4sfest

    mdm4sfest VIP Whale

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    Maybe someone can assist me with my question.

    When I login to my account, I’m offered a BOGO rate Sun-Thurs. Is it necessary to call to book because I am absolutely positively unable to book online. When I scroll to the top of the promo page while logged in, nothing happens. The only rates I’m able to view is when IM NOT signed into my card profile...
     
  13. gutshotSF

    gutshotSF Royal chaser and real-life long-distance runner

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    Yes, you have to call to book. This makes no sense if you ask me. What is the point of having online offers if you can't book them online and avoid talking with another pesky human? :p
     
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