I could be working on important business right now, but who wants to do that when I have Vegas on the brain? :evillaugh The purpose of this thread is to have somebody else check my math, because I think I might be off. So, I've taken the last year mostly off welcoming a child into the world but before that I often maintained Diamond with CET and Platinum with MGM. I have been downgraded for lack of gaming on both, but I was going to wade back in. I am mostly a table player but I relate the programs based on Coin-In because it's so much easier to calculate. So here's my math: To achieve Diamond (for 2 years if achieved this week, Expires March 2015) 15,000 Tier Credits Easiest way to achieve that is 2,500TC/day for 2 days. Each 2,500TC day gives a 5,000 TC bonus and 2 days gives 15,000 for Diamond. CET gives 1 TC for $5 slot or $10VP So to get Diamond you need to coin-in $25,000 slot or $50,000 VP For Platinum (1 year) 200,000TC. They give multipliers of 1.1x @ Pearl (25,000) and 1.2x @ Gold (75,000). No single-day bonuses. MGM gives 10TC for $3 slot coin-in and $10for VP So to get Platinum (little bit more complicated): $7500 to reach pearl $16,500 more to reach Gold (with 1.1x for 50k points) $45,000 more to reach Platinum (with 1.2x for 125k points) So $69,000 coin-in on slots for and rounding $175 for VP. I consider Diamond and Platinum about the same tier and benefits. (One tier above, same type of priority at most places etc) Others can argue which gives more, but is my math above right? Roughly 3x the coin in with MGM over CET?