This question was asked elsewhere and I didn't know the answer so I thought I'd throw it out there. Let's say I want to stay at a casino where I have a player's club account and a history that gets me satisfactory comps. But I have no intention of playing there at all while I'm staying there this time, so I book a room using the best publicly available deal I can find. Should I associate my player account with the stay when I check in, in order to get the mostly-but-not-totally useless tier credits for hotel spend? Or will that cause the trip to go in the books as a no-play stay because they know I was there and didn't play?