I wanted to send this to them, but I had too many characters. Next, I wanted to send them this link but that looked like a security risk. They are happy to hear from me as long as I don't write too many characters. Well, those of you who know me know that ain't gonna happen. So I summarized and referenced. But here is the jist and I thought it reflected my experience there this past trip The MyVegas promotion brought me to Palace Station for the first time in many, many years. And I brought my buddy Wild Bill. We did not have much time to gamble very long, but only to sample a bit of what we liked, but we were impressed with the casino and both plan to stay there on our next trip. I liked seeing full pay VP and a really well run poker room with two fine limit games that I like. I liked it that when I misread the fine print on the buffet voucher, the clerk at the buffet managed to get us the Sunday buffet anyway for just the additional upcharge. We had already redeemed the voucher, so it was only good for 48 hours. I'd suggest that the Player's Club remind folks that it is not good on Sunday if they are redeeming it for that day. The MyVegas tee shirt promotion was less than satisfying. Of the totally free shirts none matched the shirt in the photo on the MyVegas page. There were none in large or extra large sizes. Apparently the promotion had reduced the stock. We did find just one extra large shirt with the Palace Station logo tucked away in the back. It was 95 cents more, but at first the clerk wanted to charge $2.40 more. I explained that I did not think I had to pay tax on the free portion of the shirt, and she adjusted it back. If you continue the shirt promotion, I'd say more coordination with the Gift Shop was in order. Overall, we had a fine experience. The resort fee along with good mailing offers has always put other inexpensive casinos (Arizona Charlies, The D, The Four Queens) in a better competitive position for my trips, and I play where I stay, but I will take another look at that because I'd like to stay at Palace Station, after visiting. Perhaps you could tell me at what amount of play the resort fee might be waived for video poker play. Do you ever match mailed offers from other casinos? Thanks for your time and attention.