5 Tips To Raise Your Tier Status

These are suggestions to get noticed by your favorite casino for comps. So here are 5 Tips To Raise Your Tier Status. Most of us work hard at the casino and have grown accustomed to certain comps or perks from our play. This is definitely a post with the low to the mid roller in mind. (But works for all levels of gamblers). If your bankroll is between $100 to $1000, then this is for you.

It just so happens to accompany the results of our recent poll, “Which Casino Perk is Most Important To You?” Here are the results:

5 Tips To Raise Your Tier Status
“Which Casino Perk is Most Important To You?

How You Raise Your Tier Status

Tip #1 – Savor Your Bankroll

Not Visiting Casinos during the pandemic should have helped build a bankroll. Many of us set aside discretionary money for our return to gambling. Your bankroll should have been bigger when you finally returned to the casino.

In late 2021, gamblers returned in force. Those “pandemic savings” could already be gone unless you were careful. So, suggestion #1 – Let that bankroll grow with fewer casino visits.

This suggestion can’t be overstated. As normalcy returns, you can only play the money that has been set aside for that one purpose. So be disciplined with your bankroll.

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Tip #2 – Visit Less, But Play Bigger5 Tips To Raise Your Tier Status

This is my personal New Year’s Resolution – three years running. The advice is a significant post for me at TravelZork.com

5 Tips To Raise Your Tier Status During Covid
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TravelZork Video Poker expert Coach Kitty has a great series concerning the best way to increase the major factors for your ADT(Average Daily Theoretical) – time and money. Check out these links:

Following Coach Kitty’s advice has increased room offers, including suites I was never offered before. Also, my free slot play and food perks amounts have doubled since October 2020. So #2 is Visit Less, But Play Bigger.

Tip #3 – Be Patient – It Takes Time To Raise Your Tier Status

It doesn’t happen overnight. But you have to stay the course. As much as you might want to play at the bar for a half-hour, have a drink and go home, this habit will stop the process in its tracks. You’ll have to re-start the process. It has the same effect as a week-long binge does on a new diet. (believe me, I know!). So, Tip #3 is to Be Patient and Stay the Course.

If you really want that short visit to see your favorite bartenders, or meet your friends, here’s a little tip – Don’t Use Your Players Card! Be anonymous, and don’t break your tier status progress. (Or go to a secondary casino). Before every visit, you should consider the expected time to play and the bankroll needed.

NETG

Tip #4 – Choose Your Gambling Days Wisely

5 Tips To Raise Your Tier Status During Covid

Some days are best for your big play. These days are multiplier days when casinos offer a known amount, and your earned tier points will be multiplied. Beware of the “Up To 20X Points” promotions. You’ve been to “Up To 50% Off” sales, haven’t you? The day you would have a big play are often 2X points on those promotions. If you’re alright with that, go to it. But if you have to swipe your rewards card to find how much the multiplier is, you have already signed in for a “gambling day.” Multiplier days can be found in many of New England’s Casinos monthly.

More about that in Tip #5.

Click HERE to Check Our Monthly Promotions at the top of the page to find multiplier days, kiosk games, and other New England’s Casino Promotions.

Tip #5 – Beware of Non-Gambling Days and Promotions

Non-gambling days are killers of a player’s ADT or your Average Daily Theoretical. Like throwing a $20 bill in and leaving, those short play days are tough on your casino player data. But, even worse are giveaway days. If you really need that free hand-vacuum, go ahead a get it. It usually involves the use of your rewards card. After your card is used and you get your “free” gift, you may leave or play a little and then leave. Do this enough, and you will never see your casino offers grow. Instead, they will probably decrease, and you’ll wonder why. Now you know.

Have you ever gone to the casino to swipe your card for that Vegas Vacation promotion or that snowmobile? Then you walk out? That, my friends, is a “Non-Gambling Day” and hurts your ADT. So our final tip – Tip #5 – Beware of Non-Gambling Days and Promotions

Summary

Smart players who are interested in raising their casino tier status will follow these five tips. Remember, never gamble only to raise tier levels. Recreation, good strategy decisions, and fun should always be the main focus. But a little planning and choosing can also help get that slot play and comped room while having fun and recreation.

Good Luck Out There. Be Safe, be healthy.

Robin


Binbin and NETimeGambling.com

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Miguel, Binbin, and Bert – The NETG Staff

Robin Aubin (AKA Binbin at NETimeGambling) has been a guest on Cousin Vito’s Casino Podcast, The Bettor Life Podcast, The Art in the Game Podcast Springfield, Massachusetts, as well as ZorkCast with Michael Trager. In 2013, he created NETimeGambling com. The mission was to provide a resource for recreational gamblers visiting New England’s expanding casino market events. We offer trip reports, gambling tips, casino promotions, entertainment, and more for those visiting our nine casinos. NETG also provides general gambling tips for those recreational gamblers inside and outside the northeast.

He is now retired from teaching middle school music for 41 years and performing professionally for over 50 years. Robin has performed at Mohegan Sun’s Wolf Den, Foxwoods’ Atrium Lounge, and Twin River’s Lighthouse Bar & Lounge.

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2 comments

  1. What a great article. Spot on! If you haven’t been back to a casino since the pandemic started, these tips are a great way to turn over a new leaf and get more benefits from your gambling. It is much, much harder to rehabilitate a casino rating if you don’t take a hiatus from play. Here you have a forced hiatus to run with.

    Thanks for the shout out Robin.

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