I hadn’t set foot in Mandalay Bay since 2008 and my Mlife Gold status has long since expired, so I was very surprised to receive an email offer for 2 nights in a suite plus $125 in resort credits. What I really wanted was 4 nights at the same location, so I called VIP Services at MB and asked how much extra it would be for 2 more nights, and they said $150 plus resort fees. Not bad, but as I have plenty of Loyalty Points and there were Bonus Comp nights available, I thought I would just take the 2 freebies from VIP and get 2 more consecutive nights via MyVegas. So I redeemed the 2 nights on MyVegas and called the Customer Service line as instructed. The nice lady said she linked the 2 nights together, but was unable to link the MyVegas comps with those issued by VIP Services, but she left a note in the system that the check-in person at MB would see. I assume the problem is that the MyVegas nights are in a standard room and the VIP nights are in a suite. I would ideally like to have all 4 nights in the same room. As I see it, there are several options, some of which are within my control, some not: 1. Choose to “downgrade” to a standard room for all 4 nights. No big deal as these rooms are still pretty swanky. 2. Stay 2 nights in the standard room, check out, leave luggage at bell desk, gamble, check in, then spend 2 nights in a suite. Probably not too much of a hassle but can’t be sure what the lines will be like. 3. Hope the kind person at reception upgrades me to a suite for the first 2 nights so I don’t have to change rooms. Maybe a $20 sandwich would be appropriate in this case? If anyone has encountered this situation and has words of wisdom, it would be greatly appreciated.