I have a question for all of the players that posted their comp packages in this thread. How much do you actually play to acheive free nights at the Bellagio, or free nights + a daily food & beverage credit, limo etc...? For table games are you the person playing black chips exclusively at a $25 & up BJ table? Are you the person that has $400+ at risk at every roll of the dice at the craps table? For slot players are you playing $1 & $5 machines exclusively throughout the day? I'm just trying to get a handle on what it takes to actually get some type of decent comp from a casino these days and which players they actually focus on. I've been going to Vegas for 15 years now and have seen my comps almost reduced to nothing over the last few years. I normally bring around $6,000 - $10,000 with per trip and average about $25-$350 playing double deck pitch or Baccarat and $40-$250 per roll on craps. When it comes to slots I'll play anywhere from pennies to $5 machines about $100 a pop multiple times throughout the trip. I'm obviously still small time to a lot of posters here but is this type of play ignored by all of the casinos at this point? When I started coming years ago I had more hand-written comps than I knew what to do with. Free rooms - no problem. If suites were available, no problem. Now I check my TR card after 8 - 10 hours of play at this level and I'm lucky to accumulate $10 in comps. Am I just put in at the table minimum regardless of my bets? Should I buy in for larger amounts when I sit down? Any light posters could shed on their level of play compared to what I listed would be aprreceiated. I just find it hard to believe that this level of play doesn't get any of the offers listed all over the comp thread. Is the new minimum to be rated and sent offers now black to purple chips?