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What kind of offer I might get from venetian ?

Discussion in 'Comps' started by doug2288, Oct 22, 2016.

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  1. doug2288

    doug2288 Low-Roller

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    Hi all, for the first time I played at Venetian last week : I earned about 2800 points and $ 20 slot dollars in three days ,it's all from my electronic baccarat play . I know that's not much play since I am a low roller. I am wondering what kind of offer I might get from them . Thanks in advance for any info.
     
  2. Bgoll279

    Bgoll279 Low-Roller

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    I low rolled at the Venetian for several trips over three years and never got more than the standard discount any Grazie player could book. I would suspect that you may get about the same. The last straw for me was that Sheldon opposed internet poker to keep children from addiction. I call bullshit.

    Now if you start playing the shitty new Roulette game they now offer, they may invite you to come back every day.
     
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  3. tringlomane

    tringlomane STP Addicted Beer Snob

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    Maybe a room discount? $93 of theo per day isn't very much. I would expect about $25 in comps per day which is roughly what a room discount would amount to. Or maybe one free night if you buy 2?

    You might get a little better than this as a "teaser offer", but I would be surprised if it was enough for a fully comped room.
     
  4. JeJas

    JeJas VIP Whale

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    Sands is not known to be generous on teaser offers (or any offers in that matter). just my 2 cents.
     
  5. DReynolds86

    DReynolds86 Come On, You Blues!

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    Take that play and go to a different casino where you're not pumping money into Sheldon Adelson's campaign to tell adults they can't gamble online and they can't use a naturally-occurring plant for their own devices. Bonus tier credits if you poop on the floor before you leave. Screw Venetian/Palazzo.
     
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  6. weluvvegas

    weluvvegas Vegan Slot Girl

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    I've been playing at the VP for many years but it wasn't until I stayed twice (using IHG Points) and made Gold status before I got an offer from a host. The only offers I ever got online in my account before that were for discounted nights.
     
  7. irishdave

    irishdave VIP Whale

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    An average of about 5000 pts/day seems to yield three days comped, ~$200 fp (varies), occasionally resort credit, and some back end comps.
     
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  8. FuzzyDiceCraps

    FuzzyDiceCraps High-Roller

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    Not to be pessimistic, but I wouldn't expect much. We earn 5,000-10,000 pts/day average over a 5-7 day trip. Our offers are in line with what IrishDave said, upfront 3-4 nights comped (which our host will extend to 5-6 nights if we request), with a few hundred in FP, some resort credit, and entry into a tournament or event if anything is going on (slot tourneys, etc). Back-end comps are determined by your play on the current stay and not tied to your up-front offer.
     
  9. FYMYAWF

    FYMYAWF High-Roller

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    Illuminating thread.

    The Adelson angle doesn't really bother me; if I can turn the gambling time /money I'm going to spend somewhere anyway into free rooms on his dime so much the better.

    However, I picked up a Grazie card last time in town and resolved to try to spend some more time/cash on the casino floor, but if the comp structure isn't in line with Mlife/TR (i.e. decent room offers for low rollers) then it's not worth the time and effort, it would seem.
     
  10. tringlomane

    tringlomane STP Addicted Beer Snob

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    But keep in mind the room you are playing for though. They blow the standard CET room away and many MLife rooms as well. I dunno how much you play as "low roller" is probably the most misused term on this forum, but if you earn 1000 TC at CET typically, then you should easily get a V/P room covered. 500 TC might be good enough for weekdays. I'm just guessing though.
     
  11. irishdave

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    @FYMYAWF I find the V/P offers pretty much in line with MLife and as @tringlomane said the rooms are far superior to CET and MGM Grand. The resort itself is beautiful. I'd give V/P a try and see what they give you for teaser offers.
     
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