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Non-Gambler Comps

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Non-Gambler Comps

Hi All,

Not much of a gambler, but am an East Coast once a year to Vegas Traveler that would like to justify a second trip. Does anyone have any thoughts on how a Non Gambler (meaning 20 bucks a trip) can accumulate enough points or whatever for comped rooms?

Thanks

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1. Re: Non-Gambler Comps

Why would the casino comp a non-gambler?

Having said that, if you're only betting $20, bet it at a CET property. They seem to comp people for walking in the door, at least during slow periods.

Brooklyn
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2. Re: Non-Gambler Comps

How do comps work for clubs and restaurants, I tend o spend my bulk there also. Plus I stay at Elara so more than likely spend my $20 at PH, if I'm correct that's a CET property correct?

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3. Re: Non-Gambler Comps

Not exactly sure but you will get a 1 or 2 Reward Credits for every dollar you spend,you need 1000 Reward Credits to earn $10 in spendable Comps.I know if you buy online through their Marketplace that is what you earn Let's be honest your $20 gambling is not gonna get you very much if anything.Yes PH is a CET property

Whitehorse, Canada
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4. Re: Non-Gambler Comps

Play myvegas on Facebook...it requires no outlay of cash and you can accumulate points and cash them in on room comps, meals, shows etc..

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5. Re: Non-Gambler Comps

Unfortunately, not being a gambler, you won't be getting in room comps.

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6. Re: Non-Gambler Comps

For CET, $20 coin in for slots (non video poker) = 4 basic points. 100 basic points = 1 comp dollar.

Las Vegas, Nevada
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7. Re: Non-Gambler Comps

MyVegas game.

Use Hyatt points to get free hotel nights at the MGM family hotels.

IHG (Holiday Inn) points for Venetian and Palazzo

Marriot points for Cosmopolitan

Hilton points for the Tropicana (Doubletree)

Get Total Rewards Credit card.

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8. Re: Non-Gambler Comps

Casinos comp players as an inducement to get more of their action. And marketing comps are still based on a % of your spend. Much like a car rebate on purchase.

Your $20 may get you a 36 cent comp.

Vancouver, WA
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9. Re: Non-Gambler Comps

Billing everything to your room will at least have it appear on your players card. Dinners, spa, flowers, gifts, and maybe consider increasing your budget to $100 for gambling? If you want a shot at a comp- you gotta try

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10. Re: Non-Gambler Comps

Yep only way your gonna get free rooms is playing MyVegas. And it's totally free, and doesn't take much time to earn yourself some free rooms or Cirque shows, meals, ect.