Staying at Ballys next Sunday through Friday (5 nights) on a comp. Just paying $140 resort fees and taxes for an indigo deluxe room. We are super low rollers who have only gambled at CET properties probably twice in the last 8 years so have no idea how we qualified for the comp esp as Sunday is still electric daisy carnival rates. My understanding is that the e standby isn't a guaranteed upgrade, it's just agreeing to pay the price if there is space available. Have been offered Estandby rates of $29 per night for Jubilee strip view king $66 per night for Indigo Tower suite king $140 Ballys jubilee suites Having never stayed at a CET property in our 15 visits to Vegas, are any of these worthwhile? Frankly we are wary of the jubilee tower as the eight hour time difference from the Uk means that jet lag will be in full effect and club noise at 4am will have us up for the whole day then. Plus we have a kayaking trip that we have to be up by 5am for on Tuesday. How much nicer is the Tower suite compared to the regular indigo deluxe? We usually stay at the MGM signature or the Golden Nugget rush tower so know that the regular indigo room is a down grade from those.(want more gambling budget this trip) Any advice would be gratefully received? - - - Updated - - - Estandby blurb in case anyone is interested How eStandby® Upgrades Work: 1Select each eStandby® opportunity below that interests you, then click the "Continue" button. 2Find out at check-in if you are awarded an eStandby Upgrade® or any combination of Add-on Offers. IF YES You agree to pay the additional amounts stated below for your award(s). IF NO You will stay in the room you originally booked and pay nothing extra.