So I am about to take my 23rd trip to Las Vegas next week and was going to try the Flamingo because it's one of the few hotels I have not patronized yet. Their web site had a "cyber Monday" deal posted on Monday for the GO Luxury strip view rooms, stating they were normally $100 per night and were discounted to $70 per night. I know that Flamingo is a budget property and I didn't want a budget room, so I thought a $100 room would be nice enough to not make me feel like a low roller. So I booked the room. Next day I checked the web site again. The same room for the same 2 nights was now priced at "regularly $60, discounted 25 percent to $45 per night." I know that rates change, but I've never seen this much of a change for the same room for the same nights. A $50 room might go up to $500 for New Years Eve or something like CES. Prices shouldn't vary 40 percent within 24 hours for the same 2 nights. What really got me stoked was the small print that said I would forfeit the first night's charges if I canceled within 7 days of my arrival. Luckily I had more than 7 days left. Had I not I would have been really upset though. "Here's this $100 room for $70.... no, wait, it's REALLY a $60 room, fooled you! And we keep your money if you cancel!!!" I sent a complaint through the web site, and Friday someone called me and asked me to call them back to discuss the issue. The 800 number was answered "supervisor room" or something like that. All the guy did was irritate me further with a long winded explanation of how rates can change... then he "offered" me the same room for the same price the web site gave on Tuesday, $45. He even mentioned the RESORT FEE. "So two nights with taxes and RESORT FEE will be $145" or something. This is their strategy? You irritate the customer further? I stayed at Caesars Palace 2 years ago, Bill's the year before that, Bally's in 2006, Paris in I forget what year, and Rio twice; 1997 and 2000. I'm no high roller millionaire but was a long time customer of the Harrah's / Caesars Entertainment corporation. Now I no longer trust them, and they don't care.