|[Quote: Originally Posted by starwink] You have got to be kidding me.
Posted: 2/26/2013 1:39:34 PM
If you are wagering a decent amount, just ask the teller for some drink tickets. It also helps to keep the wheels greased. A $10 tip or wager for the teller works wonders. Playing horses, take your losing tickets to the bar, they'll scratch them, give you a free drink. Once again, tip the man.
All the casinos have had to adopt these procedures because a guy named Promark had been mooching off the casinos for years now.
Funny, yes....true?...not really....You cannot really believe that some bum who drank without betting created a new "drink policy" in Las Vegas?......and, no, the bartender cannot give out free drinks for losing tickets....no one looks at the betting tickets, only the "drink tickets".....
As for the "tip them for tickets" rule....it works better at a local than at a high-end strip book.....lower-end books have clerks that don't get much in tips, those are the ones where you can get more drink tickets for a tip.