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TO RFB OR NOT TO RFB

Discussion in 'General Vegas Talk' started by Hobofrank, Mar 20, 2016.

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To RFB OR NOT TO RFB

  1. Full RFB

  2. Backend comps

  3. Room comp only

  4. Pay as you go

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  1. Hobofrank

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    So this came up today.
    How many here get full or partial RFB?
     
  2. bayoubengal

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    I just get R. I get beverage on the casino floor.
     
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  3. VEGASBJ

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    I get full RFB
     
  4. geoff

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    Depends... If I can get a base room upfront, and depending how much/what we eat some or all comped backend (no crazy wine bottles) but if I want a better room I usually pay and get all the food comped backend
     
  5. pressitagain

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    Very similar here.

    We get the room, resort credits, freeplay and a healthy resort credit.

    Not sure if that counts as full RFB (usually some RC leftover)???
     
  6. bcmike

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    I usually will get R plus reasonable FB..and limo to and from the airport. I don't normally go to the fancy restaurants. I'm more of a buffet fan or just grabbing something like an Earl of Sandwich etc. Usually I am going to Vegas to gamble so it works out.
    My next trip though, I have a bunch of commitments and my gambling may be limited although I hope not. It's also a shorter trip than usual. I did consider just booking a room somewhere so I wouldn't have to think about maintaining my historical ADT but I'm going to give it a shot and see what happens.
     
  7. shifter

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    the problem with this poll is there's varying levels of RFB.

    some people get a limited amount of F&B like $500 per trip and work to keep their meals within that.

    I guess that would count as RFB, but that's more about their choice of how much to spend.

    the same person getting that $500 credit and wanting to eat fancy meals each night doesn't consider that RFB since he has to rely on backend comps to pickup the rest of his F&B.
     
  8. newmans

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    I also think that there is a difference between mlife and CET. I often see mlife people talking about having a dollar amount of food and beverage /resort credit.
    For me, I don't really see those kind of offers at CET. Once in a while I will see a corporate generated offer giving me some free play or resort credit.
    My experience at CET is that I will email my host my flight details and he will arrange limo. My room is always comped. I'll ask for a Jr suite, 1 bedroom or 2 bedroom suite, depending on who is with me. All my room charges are cleared. My charges may include salon, spa, retail, concert tickets, charge back tickets, restaurant, room service etc.
     
  9. Slotness

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    I'm a CET player. In AC, I'm booked full RFB. Not a lot of history in Vegas but all of my room charges were cleared last two trips (I went easy on the meals and wine so I don't really know if I had a limit or not).
     
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    I've seen that in AC as well, RFB coding. I've also seen LFB, limited food and beverage. I'm not sure if that is AC specific, but I've never seen that coding on my folio in Vegas.
     

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