irontk wrote: halveric wrote:
I never said it could be enforced. I'm saying small groups have an advantage over an individual. Which, by the way, you described exactly how to do and proved my point.
I'm glad they do.
no they shouldnt. As an example, If you are a family of four, 2 parents and 2 18 year old kids, if the kids win they aren't paying for the room. You are. So in essence you get extra chances.it should be one household = one time.
If you're a family of 4 you only get 2 chances.
You obviously shouldn't get 1 single time, as there are two adults. You should get two.
PLUS in your example, you're PAYING for those slots.
Just like you get one, and I get one.
My group should get 5 because there are 5 adults. It's literally the most fair way you can run this lottery.
They already have restrictions on it, a Mr and Mrs on the same account only get 1 shot at the lottery.
If I have a group of 10 people who need 2 rooms, I should absolutely get 10 slots.
There are 10 of us PAYING for those slots.
You haven't even presented a good reason why a group of 5 people shouldn't get 5 chances.
The hotel system worked better than ever.
Look, it's plain to see, ANYTHING that results in you not getting a downtown room as easily as possible is wrong. I get it.