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Where next after CET?

Discussion in 'The Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by rycelover, Mar 25, 2016.

  1. rycelover

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    As an off shoot to my rant about craps at CP and the questions about RFB and comps I'm thinking I should take my play and spread it elsewhere in LV.

    The problem is that AC is my local and the only property with any transferable comps is CET. Borgata has no presence in LV so that leaves me with Tropicana and Golden Nugget that have Vegas properties where I can take advantage. However Neither of those seem very appealing.

    Any suggestions? I'm thinking that on my next trip out to LV I should just give Cosmo or Aria some play and see how the offers come in. Makes sense?
     
  2. shifter

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    Depends. What's your trip BR and usual bet amounts /games?
     
  3. GlenBaccarat79

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    The Borgata, know it well, is part of Boyd Gaming and they do have places in LV, although not on the strip but they do have The Gold Coast and The Orleans if you can get some comp out of them. Although I am from Jersey and played mostly on the boardwalk properties I did play at the Borgata quite a bit. Palace Station and Gold Coast have the most bac action in Vegas, although it is $5k and under max for off the street and not high line by any means. But Orleans we would pop in there and Rio once in awhile even though we stay on the Strip most of the time and are full RFB, etc., with CET and MGM. Depends what you have to have I guess.

    Although years ago I believe the Tropicana's were the same company but now the AC one is separate and they own the ones in Lake Tahoe and Laughlin I think. The one in Vegas has been remodeled and not bad, but again, it is all taste. I had some pictures posted on here from last year and we kind of had a blast there as my buddy from the Hilton now is basically running the place.

    The GN is the same company, yes as the one in Vegas.
     
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  4. rycelover

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    BR is between $12-18k with an avg bet of $200-$300 on craps
     
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    Yeah that's kind of no man's land unfortunately.

    You can get a small suite at something like MGM and some F&B. And you'll probably make platinum each year. But without a local option there's no way to parlay that into something like 7 stars.
     
  6. Tellafriend

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    You would be high/mid size player at MB with that and they have some nice stuff down there. I'd give it a try.
     
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    according to mlife.com the Borgata is a featured partner, but I have no idea how that relates to Boyd in Vegas. Definitely worth the research to move to Aria though
     
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    I'm not sure that Trop in AC and Trop in Vegas is the same thing. I had a premium card from the Trop in AC and Trop Vegas said it wasn't transferable to the Vegas property. Note: this was a few years ago, so this may have changed.
     

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