On my last trip to Vegas, I finally signed up with TR and gambled a little at PH, Paris, and Bally's. (On my previous trips, I have always focused on downtown and MGM properties.) Almost immediately, I received a comp offer for 5 nights at Bally's, The Flamingo, Harrah's, or The Rio; 4 nights at LINQ, Paris, or PH; or 3 nights at Caesars. I have never stayed at a Harrah's property, so am looking for a little advice on how best to use the comp. (At most of the properties, this comp is only good for the basic room types, i.e., only Indigo or Indigo Deluxe rooms at Ballys; only Hip rooms at PH.) I'm 38, so not really young enough (or outgoing enough) to party, but not old enough to care about getting away from the noise. I will be traveling alone, so don't need a lot of space and will have nobody to try to impress. I'm too self-conscious (and cheap) for fine dining... When I'm on my own, I prefer cheap and casual, i.e. Earl of Sandwich; craft beer joints like Yard House, The Pub, etc.; and an occasional buffet. Location's not much of an issue since (except for Rio) these properties are all so damn close. So, my options come down to: 1) Use this comp on the trip I have already booked for the week of Veteran's Day. I am staying the full week (Sunday through Sunday) and have only booked the first two nights. The available comp options would be all 5 remaining nights in an "Indigo Deluxe" room at Bally's or 4 nights in a "Classic" room at Paris or a "Deluxe" room at The Linq (with an extra night to spend downtown.) Does any one of these three blow the others away? And would, for instance, Paris be enough of an upgrade over Bally's to justify taking one less night? 2) Try to use it on New Year's Eve. I'm new at this, but it seems very odd to me that any low-level comped rooms would be available for those dates, but the TR website shows all of them except Caesars and PH being available. Does this sound plausible? (Not that I'm even sure I could survive NYE on the strip.) 3) Save the comp to use later at PH. PH is my favorite of these casinos... but from what I have read in other posts, I take it the rooms are nothing special?