Bear with me, please - this question may be a little convoluted. I'm a platinum MLife player. I have a linked account with my wife. We go to Vegas 4-5 times a year (and have visited Tunica and Detroit a few times this year as well). We have a host at the MGM Grand, so we almost always stay there, though I've stayed at Aria and Vdara a couple of times (I like Aria better than the MGM, but since we have our host at the MGM, that's where we've been staying for the last two years). When we go to Vegas, we tend to play at a few MLife properties - MGM Grand, Aria, Bellagio and Monte Carlo. We both play slots exclusively. We always get our room comped and some upfront resort credit and we've never had a problem getting all of our food comped off the bill on the backend. We are taking a trip to Vegas this coming weekend and bringing my mother, who will be in her own room (thank god). We are going for two nights (Saturday and Sunday). I reached out to my host at the MGM - she's on vacation, so I got a response from someone else offering me one free room plus $100 total in resort credit and $50 in freeplay, but I'd have to pay $500 for my mother's room. That felt a little steep, so I reached out to hosts at Bellagio, Monte Carlo and Aria. The Monte Carlo host offered us the two rooms comped, one as a suite, and $200 in freeplay (no upfront resort credit). The Bellagio host offered us one room comped and one night in the other room comped, $150 in upfront resort credit, $100 freeplay (we'd have to pay $200 for the second night in the second room). The Aria host looked at our offers and said, "It's strange that we only show discounted rates available to you," and then offered us both rooms for free plus $150/day in resort credit and "some freeplay." Obviously, we're taking the Aria comp, since the second room is free and the resort credit is double what any other property offered. My question is, are we being overcomped at Aria? We plan to take $2500 total for the two day trip and play only slots (my mother will probably bring $500 and will play on my card). This is just a little bit more than our usual bankroll - it's usually $800-$1000/day - but we usually bring a little more per day for a shorter trip. I don't want to burn any bridges at Aria since, as I said, I like it better than the MGM Grand and long-term I'd like to switch. Will our combined play over those two days satisfy our host? As a side note, since we're new to this host and since I'd like to switch to Aria, what would be an appropriate gift for him? We usually send our host at MGM an Edible Arrangement after our stay (she's said she loves them), but I'm not sure what to get this new host - I'm thinking a $100 AmEx gift card. Does that feel appropriate? (I know that some folks don't agree with gifting hosts, but I'm comfortable with it and would like to do so since he's going out of his way with the second room.) As a side note, I understand that the Aria host is making us this offer based on historical play and isn't extending himself any further than he's comfortable with, but at the end of the day I want this to be a long-term business relationship, so I want to make sure that I'm meeting his expectations during this first stay. Any advice is appreciated!