First some background info. We have made an annual trip to Las Vegas for the past six years (and two trips one year) and we are strictly slots players. We feel like we're most comfortable either downtown or someplace like the Orleans/Sam's Town and have no complaints with the way we've been treated by Boyd. Although we have visited the strip to "see the sights" and enjoy some pretty nice perks courtesy of myVegas we have no burning desire to stay or gamble there. In March of last year we also took a trip to Tunica (stayed at Sam's Town) and ended up playing for a couple of hours at Harrah's. Since we had never gotten a player's card for CET before this I believe that the amount of coin-in we had in that short visit was $500 for DH and $375 for me. I'm presuming this is right based on the fact that he has 100 rcs and I am showing 75. My understanding is that it requires $5 coin-in to earn one reward credit. We are both showing three free night S-TH in Tunica which I thought was extremely generous but have no intention of ever going back there. Due to an uncertain job situation we are planning our first-ever trip to AC next month (we can drive there - no need to commit to plane fare) and will be staying and playing at Showboat since there are no Boyd casinos there. Our normal play regularly gets us two or three free nights each at Orleans/Sam's Town/the D, along with a small amount of free play and food credit. If we are able to take our normal September trip to Las Vegas I would really like to see George Wallace, and was thinking it might be nice to be able to get a comp room at Flamingo for the night we go. Unless something drastic were to happen it would probably be the only time we ever stay on the strip. So, my two questions are - #1 Will this amount of play in AC generate a comp offer for Las Vegas? And #2 If rcs expire after six months of no activity why are we still showing that whopping $1.75 in comps? We are going to gamble at our normal (low-roller) level while in AC regardless - just wondering what if anything we might expect to see in the future. Appreciate any insight anyone can give.