Casino hosts build relationships with high value gamblers, arranging the details of their trips, with the ultimate aim of helping them spend as much as possible in their Casino.
They oversee player comps and determine what to offer them.
They are the Casinos public face, and the best can demand large wages.
What Can A Casino Host Get Me?
- Front row seats
- Last minute reservations
- Private jets
- VIP rooms
- Check you in
- Private Tables
How Do You Get A Casino Host?
- They may approach you if they’ve been tracking your play
- You may be assigned one automatically based on your play
- You can always ask to speak to a host who will gladly review your play
Generally $100 per hand and above on table games or $5 – $10,000 per day coin on slots will get you a Casino host.
How Do Hosts Determine What To Give You?
A host is able to give you almost anything – as long as it’s justified (and in most cases legal). Remember, a casino is a business and the host is there to drive revenue.The main factors that a host will look at when determining what incentives they can offer you is your play time, average bet and theoretical spend.
A host can re-invest some of your theoretical win into incentives to help build a strong relationship and make you loyal to that casino. This is usually 20%-40% that they can use to give you various comps at the end of your stay or for your next trip.
$10,000 per day on slots for 5 days in a row. If the casino’s edge is 7%, then $50,000 X 7% = $3,500
20-40% = between $700 and $1,400 back in comps