I just recently joined TR, played 3 hours of craps at a CET casino (I only used my card one day), and now I have offers to stay for free at all their Vegas casinos except Caesars for up to 11 days including certain weekends, plus $25 in food credit. [The "offers" are actually for 2-3 nights, but in the TR website's reservation rates calendar it appears I can stay many more days for free.] I also was awarded about $1.60 worth of Rewards Credits, which is in the vicinity of 10% of the theoretical loss of the craps bets I made. [I estimated my theoretical loss to be around $16 based on the approximate number of $10 Pass bets I made. Since I was usually also taking maximum odds, I could have easily won or lost $1000.] I assume CET's generosity toward me is related to my being a new customer who lives within driving distance, and I do plan on returning soon and staying/playing/spending only at CET casinos! When I accept their comped room offer, I intend to give them action which will increase my expected daily loss (or ADT) from $16 to probably the $50 to $100 range (depending on whether I'm winning or losing, and how much time/money I decide to spend in their restaurants and shows). This means I will be mostly betting green chips (or at craps, I'll make multiple $10 Pass/Come (or darkside) bets with odds so I usually have over $100 in bets on the table). I have read that this level of betting may receive more rewards from lower tier CET properties. Therefore, I was wondering what to do if I am staying in a comped room at Paris. Should I give them most of my action or would it be better (in terms of my future comps/offers) to play mostly at Bally's or Harrah's? If I charge stuff to my room, would I have a much better chance of getting the charges comped at checkout if I played mostly at Paris rather than another CET casino?