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Daily Comp Values for Vegas Rooms/Suites

Discussion in 'Comps' started by SinD, Jul 26, 2016.

  1. shifter

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    Wow very helpful! The Mansion is actually not that bad...
     
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    Thanks for the info. Does anyone have the comp rates for the Wynn/Encore room types?
     
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    $105 midweek seems high for a comp rate in the standard Grand King. Am I reading the chart right?
     
  5. shifter

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    yes, that really is the comp rate.

    that's why you really can't just call a host and get a free room unless you're playing black chip or above.

    green chippers who get Mlife offers for free rooms are getting a great deal.
     
  6. shifter

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    I added more details on Mansion Villas as well.
     
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    I was just going to ask a question on this line. I remember when I first went to Vegas as a single college guy in the early 90s the rule of thumb was green chip play for 4 hours was enough to get a basic room. Comps were written by the pit boss. I still remember getting the comp slip for Tony Roma's at the Stardust for me and two people I was travelling with for appetizer entree and dessert. We thought that was great, had the world by the ass.

    We were poker people and we were playing downtown at the Horseshoe (at that time serious poker was only at Mirage and Horseshoe). My travel companions were playing poker and I was playing blackjack, tipping a red chip nearly every hand and the pit boss walked by, saw the toke box, asked the dealer where they came from and she pointed at me and he asked if I wanted to get something to eat. I said I had two friends with me and asked for buffet comps, and he wrote them up. This was back when Jack was running the place and the food there was pretty good. The coffee shop steak and eggs was I think $3 at that time? WSOP players buffet still had king crab and lobster tails.

    Of course this was before the wave of multi billion dollar resorts. When we started going back somewhat regularly (2010ish) we paid for the first trip at both MGM and later CET. Now we get regular offers, the typical three nights plus (resort credit/freeplay/show tickets), enough to cover our annual trip, and could go probably every quarter if we wanted to. We basically have a gambling budget per year, and a winning or break even trip will spawn another trip, and a losing trip will cause us to wait. As low rollers, travel expenses are a larger portion of the trip fund than for others.

    Back to my question. So is it black chip play for 4 hours now for basic room at the mid level properties? Purple or yellow for suites?
     
  8. shifter

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    that's a decent approximation.

    you can get into a smaller suite for a little less than purple action.
     
  9. SinD

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    This is great, thanks to everyone for participating. Keep it going.

    Still looking for Aria, wynncore, the rest of CET hotels, other mlife rooms, etc.

    We should also post info for the downtown people. So if anyone has that info, post it, please.

    PS. Nice clean up job shifter, thank you so much.:thumbsup:
     
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    Here are some differing PH suites comp rates from my past stays:
    Boulevard Suite - $350 +100 for connector
    Apex Suite - $450 +100 per additional connector
    Spa Suite - $1,200 (quoted to me)
    Bay Suite - $1,200 (quoted to me)

    Panorama Suite casino rate is $450.
     

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