How likely are back end comps at Caesar's? I have been loyal to m life primarily MGM Grand for the many years as a result I have not paid for a room since my very first trip to vegas. A normal offer that I get from MGM is 3 anytime nights, $200 resort credit, $75 freeplay, and show tickets. When I booked my upcoming trip MGM was still offering smoking optional rooms and that's what I booked, now since reading here I've come to find out that they have gone completely non smoking. Guess they plan on letting me know at check in. Anyhow, my husband wants to move to Caesars because of this, since we have no relationship with ceasars/total rewards well have to pay for the room up front. So if play is same as at MGM do you think we'll likely get the room comped at the end? Dollar amount varies but play is primarily slots and a little VP, we'll mess around playing a little here and there during the day then after dinner we'll hit it hard for normally 5 to 7 hours non stop.