So for the longest time I've been consistently receiving room offers from Stations for a once a month use of either 2 nights comped at RR/GVR or 3 nights at any of the other properties and I was waiting for my Feb offer to roll around. It finally did and it was specifically for GVR for up to 3 nights Feb - Apr. I am going again in Feb and wanted to stay at Red Rock for my birthday. I called an on duty host at RR as I am not assigned one (I am only Platinum) and asked if she could extend that same offer to me at Red Rock and she said she could not (offer was non trasferable). I then asked since they were sending me the offer monthly for either RR or GVR if I could do that for Feb instead. I was denied on that, but she did see the 59/night superbowl special I was eligible for (which is not for when I am going). She also told me she could not comp me anything up front but I could get a speical 80/night room rate (I wonder if the 24.99 resort fee would have been waived, I didn't ask) and that my play could be evaluated at the end of my trip. I politely declined and thanked her. It just seemed to leave a bitter taste in my mouth. RR has always been the station that I've always played the majority of my time/money at but the last 2 months I was lucky enough to go with a friend and learn about the joys of video poker vs regular slot machines at GVR. Now my Stations Casino offer is for GVR and my "home" Station (Red Rock) almost seems to have turned its back to me. Is it typical for casinos of the same company to get so cut throat over it's players? I mean, it's RR vs GVR, it's not like I'm trying to go from Boulder to RR or GVR. Perhaps I need to "reestablish" myself at Red Rock once again and just "bite the bullet" and do the 80/night and see what happens. I'm trying to not write this post with a sense of entitlement because I've played at your property that you OWE me something, but I'm just rather looking for some insight into the way the casino/hosts minds work. What are your thoughts/experiences?