We've been to Vegas close to 20 times. In the past couple of years it's been 3 times per year. But for some reason we are having a really hard time deciding where to stay for our upcoming trip, which is Sun-Wed of Labor Day Weekend. 3 nights total. We've stayed at Bally's for most of our last 5-6 trips, because we tend to get comped rooms and the location is convenient. Last Dec we spent one comp night at Cosmo and loved it, but will only stay there again if we get a comp or deeply discounted offer, since we prefer to use our money for gambling over paying for a high end room. Over the years we've stayed at Mirage, NYNY, Monte Carlo, Pho, Bally's, Bellagio, MGM, Mandalay Bay, Harrah's. We are feeling fairly strongly that we'd like to switch it up a bit for this trip and stay somewhere other than Bally's, even if it means paying something vs having a total comp. Here are our current options: Most prices are for base level rooms, and we'd try to upgrade at check in. Have had much success doing so at Bally's in the past, mixed success at other places. Totally comp, including waived resort fees: Bally's, Flamingo, Harrahs Total cost under $60 for the entire stay, resort fees waived: PHo, Paris NYNY - $266.56 total, including resort fees MGM - $298.00 total, including resort fees Mirage - $339.36 total, including resort fees Off the table are off strip, and Venetian. Wynn and Bellagio are considerably more than I'd be willing to pay, knowing that we left such less expensive options on the table. Should an offer from Cosmo come through, that will change everything, as we'd stay there Mon - Tues and then pick somewhere comp or cheap for Sun night. I'm quite intrigued at the thought of giving Flamingo a try. We like their casino and the location is great. What are the chances of upgrading to a GO room if we book a Fab? We are Platinum, if that matters. So overall, any thoughts??