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Requirements for Comp Nights?

Discussion in 'Red Card - Wynn/Encore' started by VegasChic, Mar 2, 2016.

  1. DK528

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    Thanks @Geoff! I'm not sure when I'll next stay at Wynn but I'll try the office next time.


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  2. tringlomane

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    Well 2500 points above the room by itself they probably value at about $125 comp. So I'm guessing the number they are probably estimating for your F&B daily budget. But like you say, you can easily blow that out of the water. No idea on actual limits.
     
  3. Geoff

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    This was like a year and a half ago but my host quoted
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    $850 to $1,000 avg bet for 4 hrs per day . for tk – rfb $200 per day ."

    So I'd guess 200 is the minimum daily limit for rfb


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    Dang!!!! I surely must have dissapointed my host the last 4 or 5 trips, lol!!


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  5. BuckeyeFan614

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    I know this is old and I am a late to the party but I just joined so I wanted to comment. My wife and I are very much low rollers, bankroll of $1000.00 each for a 4 day trip. We just love Vegas and visit about once a year. I hope I am still welcome at this site :) Up until late 2015 we had never stayed at Wynn and didn't gamble all that much there. In the Fall of 2015 we each received a 3 night Sun - Thur comp, with 2 free buffets, 2 show tickets, and $300 in FP each, offer. They let us use the offers concurrently, she checked in for 3 nights and on the 4th day I checked in for 2 nights, we didn't have to change rooms. We both got this same offer twice more in 2016 and took them up on it both times. The most points either of us accumulated on any of the 3 trips was 4000. Nothing additional was comped but we never were asked to pay for the room. 2017 the offers changed to casino rate and various amounts of FP. I guess we were very fortunate!
     
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    I know this is an old thread, but curious if anyone's experienced changes in comps here? I'm going to Vegas in April and I've never stayed or played at Wynn, but would consider putting in 4-6 hours one of the days I'm in town if they are still offering decent teasers? I'm a pretty lowly low roller, with a daily budget of about $500-$750 a day, and I strictly play slots, so I'm not sure if I'm even the type of clientele that Wynn would want there lol. I figure it never hurts to ask though :) Any input is appreciated!
     
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  7. Funkhouser

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    I played there and got the teaser offer years ago. eg $300 in FP and 3 free nights on select dates. Did $15K of coin in (This was about 4 to 5 years ago)
    and offer switched to $109 a night and $100 in resort credit. Attempted to talk to host about play a couple of years back. Basically you are looking at 10K coin in a day to cover just upfront room, no guarantee they won't charge you if the play is not there on any upfront comps. Forget any backend unless your in the 15k to 20k coin in a day (at least what I had heard from some friends who play VP and slots) and even then, if your a winner, they figure you can cover your own room charges unless your theo is really high.
     
  8. aprilroncincy

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    Wow! No wonder we never get any offers there anymore. Back when Encore opened, we were able to stay there twice comped and once at Wynn. Never after that. Oh well, I’m glad we did it back then!
     
  9. Texas Steph

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    Back in October, I got a Red Card and played slots for about 2 hrs, and left.
    A few weeks ago, I received my first "teaser" offer... 3 free weekday nights (no resort fees), $300 FP, and 2 buffets.
    So yes, if you went and played slots for a few hours on one day of your next trip, you will most likely receive a comparable offer.

    And yes, I'm going to take Steve's freebies and then move on.
     
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    Thanks for letting me know! I will for sure go and play for a few hours now and I'm glad to know I'm not alone in just trying to get the teaser offer and moving on! Lol
     
  11. tringlomane

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    I guess we'll let you join...
    I don't mean to pry, but do you recall how much slot coin-in you did in those 2 hours? If it was 5k or less, I might go for it eventually! And sounds like my gf and especially her dad blew a big opportunity (they've already signed up there).
     
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  12. Texas Steph

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    I don't mind at all, Tring!
    I wasn't keeping track of coin-in, but I did accumulate enough points to take advantage of 2 new player bonuses. The first was earn 300 points, spin the wheel for freeplay (I got $25), then earn another 500 or 700 (memory is fuzzy) for 2 free buffets.

    So I did a total of either 800 or 1000 slot points, ate at the buffet, and then we left. And I at least broke even, or left there a little bit up
     
  13. tringlomane

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    I guess we'll let you join...
    And iirc, it's only $1.50 a point for slots right? Hmmmm...
     
  14. Texas Steph

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    That's the part I didn't know, how much per point.
     
  15. dvandentop

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    Yes 1.5 per point so nice low amount to get on the radar
     
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    If you have never played there, it's easy to get on their radar and get initial offers. They cast a wide net, not to mention they want to get you in the door
    and hope you will spend on non gaming stuff as well. They track your total spend at the resort, so I suspect (not confirmed) they may take into account
    other resort spend when figuring your offers. Also I have friends who have confirmed getting offers for who took out substantial ATM withdrawals on property,
    so they are sharing financial transactions somehow with back of the house marketing.
     
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    I remember when I first walked in to the Wynn in 2006 or later. It was after they had open. I didn't play a hand or pull a slot or VP. I didn't even get a Red Card.
    I was in the Bellagio data base and played at Golden Nugget, Mirage and Bellagio. When I got home I received a offer for 5 nights in a Parlor Suite and Full RFB with $2k in Table promos.
    I still remember the $1800 dinner tab at Wing Lei and $900 at Mizumi. I think that was still call that back then. I was thinking who would pay this and the table next to me paid cash for their meal so I guess people do. My guess is that I was in their data base with the facial recognition software. I received the offer in my mail box when I got home. Let's just say that is the best offer I have ever received from them. So the teaser offers from the Wynn is really good. After all the gambling I have done Marketing has not sent me any offers close to the first one.

    I still think the Wynn is the best hotel and casino and have never had an issue with them.
     
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    Just came across this thread, and I will add my experiences regarding points/comps at Wynn. The first time I went to the Wynn I didn’t stay there, I had a room at another property but wanted to check out the Wynn. So I did and went straight to the high limit slot room. My first spin was on a $25 slot, betting 2 credits for $50...and I won $2500. I kept playing for a few hours, hit multiple jackpots, and left ahead about $12,000. Soon after I got an offer to come stay in a Parlor Suite with $300/day in food and beverage comps plus $2500 freeplay. My next trip to Vegas I stayed there in the Parlor Suite for 3 nights. I earned 70,000 points during the trip. After that my offers dropped to $1000 freeplay, but still a Parlor Suite with the $300/day in food and beverage. I asked my host about that, and was told the Parlor Suite with that amount of food comps requires 30,000 points per day to cover. Like others have said, it is a BIG jump in points for the Parlor Suite. Friends who get offers for regular rooms there have shown me their offers where in the Terms And Conditions section it mentions an expectation of 5,000 points per day. Wynn does a few other things that are different than other casinos I’ve been to before. Wynn will not offer me a comped pool cabana up front, but other casinos always do that for me. And I generally play the same amount wherever I go. Wynn also will not let you use food/beverage comps towards drinks in their nightclubs. And when you use food comps at a meal, Wynn always bases that off 2 guests. It’s a bit odd. The way I learned this was when I stayed there on a $300/day food offer, there was one day when the only meal I had there was a lunch with 2 friends where the bill came to $150. When I checked out I found out they had used my comp food offer towards 2 of those meals, or $100 worth. The other $50 was “separated” since that was a 3rd person at the meal, and my food comps didn’t automatically cover it...even though I had $300/day in food! At checkout, they had to call my host to get approval to cover that other $50. Of course he wasn’t working so they had to track down a host on duty. They approved it but that process took several minutes at checkout and wasn’t the best experience on my way out. Oh well, now I know. With that being said, after staying there several times - Wynn is my favorite Vegas property by far. My offers have stayed at the same level of $1000 freeplay, Parlor Suite and $300/day food...but in the past they have also given me 2 comped regular rooms instead of the suite when I needed an extra room for a friend, and they always pick me up and take me to the airport in their Rolls Royce Phantom. One time when myself and 2 friends were headed to MGM Grand for dinner and the David Copperfield show, my Wynn host even arranged for a driver to take us there in the Phantom. So other than when they turned me down when I asked for an upfront comp of a pool cabana, the Wynn has really never said no to me. It’s a first class property all the way in my opinion. Hope this info is helpful to those considering a stay there.
     
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    Sooo, late to the party, but here goes. Last year, my husband and I played at Wynn on an Elvis slot that was very friendly to both of us. We got the invite for three comp weeknights, but can only stay two. Free play 300.

    Normally, we stay at Paris or Planet Hollywood and love it at either place. This time we are staying at Ballys our first four nights,as Hunter is gone, and the suites and backend comps with him. So sad.

    Anyhoo, I am starting to get a little nervous and don't know if I will be comfortable at Wynn. Is it too high class for me?

    Also, if I don't feel comfortable there, and give them very little play, is there a chance I will actually have to pay for the room in the end? I know the offer will dry up, and I am okay with that, of course.
     
  20. tomb

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    I just used an identical offer to yours on our trip a couple of weeks ago. I signed up for a red card on a previous trip and played for an hour or 2 on their slots and got the same teaser offer. I found it to be generous as well at the time.

    During the stay, I gave them a little play. Don't know the exact coin in etc but a couple of hours a day at 1,5 to 2 dollars a spin. At check out did not see any room charges. It has been a couple of weeks and did not see any additional charges up to now on my credit card....
     
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