Having just completed my 9th (and first winning!) Vegas trip I feel somewhat rejuvenated in terms of my trips. Prior to this year, I would generally go once a year for 5 or 6 nights, as a solo traveler around 50% of the time - I found I had some less exciting times, particularly when I was losing heavily. This year I've done 2 x 4 night trips, the first was a bit of a drag having lost big on the first night and going solo, the second was much better, having completely changed my gaming strategy (from Blackjack and Poker to mainly VP), and recording my first ever win for a trip (courtesy of a $1000 spin on double diamond). The prices to fly to LV from the UK have plummeted, and I can now regularly find flights for £350 if connecting through Dublin. A lot of people tell me I'm insane for going to Vegas for a 'long weekend', but the flying itself doesn't bother me, and it's fairly quickly through all of the airports due to the US pre-clearance in Dublin. I'm therefore considering whether to step up to 3-4 trips per year at 3 nights a time (arrive LV Friday 18:30, leave Monday, 20:30). I'm comped for 3 nights at my hotel so it would also cut accommodation costs, plus I'd have more FP etc. to take advantage of. Does anyone else do this? I'm a bit concerned that a bigger number of trips, all to Las Vegas, all of which will be travelling alone (if with friends - I only meet them there and don't generally travel with them), might flag up as a concern with CBP which could affect my future ability to travel to the USA. If anyone had any experience of doing this and was willing to share their thoughts it would be appreciated.