Hey All, Friend and I are going to be in Vegas for 3 nights soon and I'm looking for some advice regarding room comps. I've been to Vegas a couple times in the past but have no real gambling history to speak of. The first trip was just a couple hours in the City and I maybe put $100 through some machines and didn't use any players cards. The second was a longer stay @ The Palazzo and I have their players club card, but we didn't gamble much there, and it's probably been 3-4 years since that visit. My gambling bankroll for this trip is micro-sized. Probably around $500-600 so I have no illusions that (under normal circumstances anyway) I'd have enough coin-in at any 1 property (or group of properties) to straight up earn multiple comp nights. I have however seen discussion of people getting teaser offers for 3-5 nights (or the Cosmo curise offers) to return to a property they did some amount of gambling at but did not stay at. I signed up for MLife as I have some MyVegas rewards I'll be using and am staying at an MLife property. My question is - what would you do to try and have the greatest odds of getting a future comp room offer for a non-mlife property? I'm not expecting anything but if I can mix my play up a little bit and increase my chances I may as well. We plan to casino hop and sight see with gambling mixed in so I don't mind heading around to a bunch of different places. What I'm thinking currently is playing some Holdem @ the new Linq poker room as well as some VP or slots thereto try and get on the radar at CET. Try and put through $100-200 in VP or Slots @ The Cosmo, and probably a small mount through at Casino Royal to possibly take advantage of their $20 loss rebate. Is playing downtown a small amount worth it or not so much? If there's anything I should not do, or add, I'm open to suggestions.