I've been a semi-regular at the MGM Grand the last few years, and after a long time of being ignored by casino marketing, I finally have a pretty regular standing offer of 3 nights comped, plus a $250 resort credit at the MGM. I play blackjack, average about $150-200/hand, and play 4-5 hours/day on most trips. This level of comps works well for me, since I don't need a fancy suitd or anything on my trips. Also, MGM is the only property I get any love from -- not even the lower-tired properties in Vegas will comp me anything, since I haven't ever played there. I like the MGM (good food, nice enough rooms, great dealers, good blackjack rules, Whiskey Down is pretty sweet), but I really want to change it up a bit on my next trip (probably October). Ever since Hakkasan opened, the clientele at the MGM kinda drives me nuts. I'd really love to stay at the Aria or Bellagio for a change, though I don't want to give up my up-front comp. I haven't played at either the Aria or Bellagio in a few years, so basically I'm not even a blip on their marketing radar, and they won't do any up front comps for me. Anyone have any suggestions on how to gracefully shift home properties, at least for a trip, and not have to pay out the nose for a room? I know my level play probably won't get me the same level of comps at A or B, but I'd at least like something. Thanks in advance!