For the last several trips Mandalay Bay has been our home base. Prior to that, our primary hotels were Bellagio and Mirage. We do not chase comps but over the years we have gambled enough to have hosts at each property. In the years past, we have received comp rooms, free play and resort credits. However, this appears to be drying up, even though my average bet and time I spend gambling has increased. Our friends at Mandalay Bay seem to not want us there anymore. During our June visit, we had our room comped; we received nothing else. We decided to head out in March (not the weekend of March madness starts). I reached out (email) to my host and he was only willing to offer two nights free. The other night rates averaged around $200 per nigh when the resort fee was added. I was not a happy camper, but before I responded I decided to do a little investigating. I logged onto Mlife and looked at my various offers. I had an offer for a couple free nights at Bellagio or Aria but nothing else. The only Mandalay Bay offer on Mlife was for rooms at $19. I checked the dates and found that I would be entitled for a suite at $19 per day plus the resort fee. This offer was better than what the host was giving me I then called Casino Marketing and they offered the same package but instead of $19 per night it was $38 per night. They could not explain the difference. Finally, I checked the rates on the Mandalay website and the casino rate was higher than what I could get on the website. After collecting all this data, I emailed my host and said I was bothered by what I found and if he could explain what is going on. He has not responded. I do not know if this is tied to the PGP but my sense is that this may be the case. There is too much disparity in the pricing. In the last two years, I have gone from a comped suite with FP and a sizable resort credit to receiving 2 free nights. It is my sense that we fall into a gray area. We gamble enough to receive a host but when comps are being pulled back we are the first ones to suffer the effects. The funny thing is that every time there is a downturn in the economy, Mlife pulls out all the stops to retain our business. They know from over the years that we will always gamble at their casinos, eat at their nice restaurants, and use their spa services even when the economy is sluggish. We have good offers from the Cosmo, TI, Venetian and SLS. I think it is time to explore what else is out there. I will deactivate my LOC at MB.