My wife and I are "low rollers" who stay and play in downtown Vegas. We spend about 80% of our gambling time playing max bet 25 cent video poker, usually but not always with the best pay tables we can find. We play many different games, with Bonus Poker being probably the most common since 8/5 pay tables are still widely available downtown. We'll throw the occasional $20 in a slot machine. She'll play $5 or $10 Pai Gow with me, and I'll play blackjack at the $5 or $10 level. We used to get comp offers from a variety of downtown casinos, but as others have noted, it seems they've really tightened up in the past year or so. We try to focus our play at places we like to stay, which most recently has been the Downtown Grand. Still, we'll play elsewhere for variety and a change of scenery. I know it's best to concentrate play at one casino if you want comps. In the past we've gotten our own player's accounts and cards because we both used to get offers and could use them end-to-end for a longer trip. Now we either aren't getting offers or are getting ones of little value. So, to the questions: for a low roller, in the current environment do you think it would be better if we both played on one of our cards rather than each using our own? To the contrary, are there any reasons to each continuing to play on our own accounts?