UHAVENOIDEA: What casino in vegas has the best comps, and what have you received?
After you sign up for your players card, what have you gooten offers for in the mail?
What casino gives the best comps?
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Answer by G W
They are all about the same. You can expect offers in the mail but you have to bet quite a bit before you will get a free room/food offer
You get a few one-shot things for signing up for a players card. The most common “incentive” I’ve seen is a “match bet” coupon, which is pretty much like a free wild-card casino chip that counts for as much as whatever you bet when you put it on the table, so your bet is effectively doubled, and you either win twice as much as your bet, or lose only what you bet. Usually you get two of these. Other common incentives include a free souvenir, usually a trinket like a travel mug or keychain, and discount coupons to their restaurants or shops (buy an entree, get one free, or 20% discount at the local gift shop or spa). A free pull on a particular slot machine or a free or reduced-fee entry into a tournament is also common. This is pretty universal throughout nearly all casinos.
The BEST comp book I ever received was several years ago in Circus Circus, which they termed “Outback Adventure.” You actually had to tour the entire place, going in between towers, and go to different counters to collect your goodies and ended up with a bunch of nifty little things. One was a travel bag (which we went to first so we’d have something to carry the rest of the stuff in). There was also a beer mug, a stuffed animal, a t-shirt, a pull on a slot machine, a restaurant coupon, and even some free casino chips, plus a few other things I don’t remember. I think it amounted to a couple hundred dollars worth of stuff once you used it all.
Now, there ARE higher value comps given out, but these are reserved for people who bet into the hundreds and thousands of dollars over short periods of time. You would need to bet at least several hundred or more to earn a free meal, and a few thousand to earn a free night in a room. The really high rollers can earn stuff like free limo service, plane rides, tickets, ski packages, etc.
But they also count “action” bets, meaning anything you win that you put back into the games also counts as paying into the card, so it doesn’t actually mean you have to LOSE that amount. If you double your bankroll and then put the original amount back into the games, it’s the same as if you’d just spent and lost the same amount, as far as earning comp points go.Answer by Dana B
I just got any three nights (including weekends) free in a suite at Venitian and only dropped about $ 300 there…
Stay away from Harrah’s properties for comps. They have a very strict tier system.
Mirage gives away buffets to anyone who asks for them. Ditto for the Golden Nugget.Answer by jack
How about a month free(6/4 – 7/5), in Las Vegas, all for nothing more than a little quarter/dime/nickel video poker play.
I’m rapidly closing in on 2 years worth of free(comp) room nights.
Comps – Show & Event tickets, restaurant & buffet, show up cash, air(once), Limo, suite upgrades, >I’m sure there have been more but thats all I can think of.
What you need to know
What to play
How to play
Where to play
How to manage your bankroll
The only time I pay for a room is when it’s “convenient” & inexpensive. >Sometimes I consider it to be to my advantage to pay for a room rather than take a compand at what denomination?
What’s your “daily average”?
What’s your daily “bankroll”?
What hotel/amenities are most important to you?
When it comes to LV my favorite topics are gambling & comps, yea, shocker, I know lol . If you have any Q’s feel free to e-mail me through YA, I will be glad to help you.