Question about comp value of rooms for the comp experts out there... So I've gathered from reading all the advice offered in this forum that comps basically work like this: You accumulate Theo via play and then the casino gives some percentage (say ~25% for discussion purposes) of it back to you via comps. Say I accumulate $2000 of Theo, then the casino might give me back $500 of it in the form of comps. That $500 might mean 3 free nights at $100 each, and food comped off up to $200. OK, so here is my question. I have heard that if one's comped room is upgraded to a suite, the "internal cost" to the casino is actually higher than a normal room, so it actually draws down your comp account more. So instead of the room being $100, it might be $150, which means I would only get $50 food comped off. So the smart play would actually be to not take the suite upgrade, especially if traveling alone. Does this logic also apply to weekend rooms? If I get an upfront comp offer for 3 free nights any day of the week, would the casino actually expect MORE play if I took them over the weekend, rather than if I took them over weekdays? For the exact same room, I'd certainly prefer to play LESS to maintain the comp offer... Anyone know? Thanks!