I just returned from a trip to the Bellagio over the weekend. After being contacted by a host via mail after my last trip, I decided to contact the host and see what could be done for this trip. I had a marketing offer that was satisfactory to me, but it excluded Memorial Day weekend, so I checked to see what this host could do to make the offer work. I received a response that it would be no problem and was offered 3 nights in a Lakeview room, 350 RFB per day, limo transport and 2 show tickets to any mgm show all UP FRONT (which was clearly noted in the email to me). It finished with a "just let me know!" Nothing else was in the email. This was more than my marketing offer, so I booked a flight and took the offer. Now for some background of my prior trip. I lost 12.5K over 3 nights on a free standard room marketing offer (nothing else) at the Bellagio, with an average bet of $350 for only 6.5 hours because I got clobbered rather quickly . I thought the offer was good based on that play and assumed that my losses were being applied towards this trip, since I didn't redeem any comps outside of the free room on the prior trip. Fast forward to this past weekend. First day spend about $240 on F&B and pickup tickets for show, which mysteriously is booked as an express comp redeem. Not wanting to fight this at this last minute before show, I use my express comps and get the tickets. I plan on straightening out with host later. Play a little bit of BJ late night and win $500 after 2.5 hours with $500 average bet. Second day, spend $165 F&B and gamble for about 2 hours and win $5000 more. Avg bet somewhere around $600. Third day, only $50 in F&B after lunch. Play a little more BJ and win another $7500, so I am up 13K for trip so far. I decide to check my folio for charges to see how things are going before checkout the next morning. Notice a dinner charge of $156 from the first night and a room service charge of $30 for breakfast still on my account. I send an email to my host just checking why charges are still on my account. He responds while I am at PRIME steakhouse, with $250 in food ordered, saying he can't comp anymore F&B, but will clear those 2 charges. He explains that I have 6 hours at $550 avg bet and not enough theoretical to justify anymore comps. He says I will have to play more to cover them. I am ticked at this point as my last night is always the all-nighter before I catch an early flight out. I respond to his original email with the offer and ask why this upfront comp isn't being honored and why my express comps are being gobbled up without me knowing. He explains that offers are retractable if the play doesn't meet expectations of 3-4 hours per day. I am still pissed and explain that I expect honesty and integrity, which was not being displayed in my opinion. Final night, I play for 6 more hours and give back 6K for a net trip profit of 7K. The front desk associate wipes my Prime dinner charge at checkout, leaving me with no balance upon checkout. Total stats from trip were 12 hours at $500/hand avg, verified by host in follow-up email. He explains how I was grossly overcomped and that is why he took my express comps to the tune of almost $600. Basically, I told the host I wasn't interested in his future services. Is this normal for Bellagio and should I be pissed? Or did I just have a bad host fishing for a loser and not getting one. Thanks.