I am in the process of booking two trips to Vegas this year,each for 7 days,in April and September. I have a host at Aria,who approached me on my first stay at Aria two years ago. After that she sorted out a nice comp for me for my next trip and I have been emailing her about these next two trips. The first is a guys trip in April and I am happy with what she has offered-three weekend nights comped,the other four at $99 with a promise to review play at the end (similar to last year when she knocked an additional $150 off the room charges). The second in September I am not sure what to do with. The second trip is with my wife and some friends and I wanted to book a panoramic corner suite. My host is quoting me approx $3600 for the week,saying this is a 20% discount on rack rate. It isn't. The website price is just over $4100,so the discount is less than 15%. I have to say I am disappointed with this. I am Platinum at MLife. Last two trips I have earned circa 160k in tier credits each time. Whilst I go to play poker (no comps I know) I mix that up with some slots and green chip blackjack. My gambling budget is $7k for the week. I really like Aria and want to build a profile there. Health and wealth permitting I expect at least one trip a year to Vegas in the future. But I do feel as if I could do better. Do you suggest: 1) Waiting after the April trip and renegotiate? I appreciate that my host only has the numbers for two trips to look at. 2) Hold off booking until much nearer the time when prices might be better. 3) Look somewhere else? 4) Does the host have little room to manoevre on these rooms compared to a standard room? Am I being unrealistic? Greedy? I don't wish to be. Just want to be treated fairly-my experience to date has been that my host is not generous but fair,but this time it seems low-I feel I could beat that rate myself. I expect to gamble the same amount on both trips. Thanks Harry.