I'm playing at level 159 and have about 190,000 accumulated points. So if I am not going to used them for rooms, I probably should stop playing much as I don't expect to see Vegas before July at the earliest. I don't buy chips. I don't play for the entertainment value of the games. I will only redeem 3 rewards on my next trip. 25% is all I see in my posted rewards. Those deals don't seem of much value, but just comparable to strip deals I see advertised all the time. I can't see myself using them; in fact they seem to be just a fake reduction if the percentage is figured on inflated rack rates. I read of people getting nights free. And something called "bonus" nights. I only stay on the strip if it is free because I can stay downtown and out Boulder and average under $30, fees and taxes included. However, for a totally free night I might be willing to book a night just for the change in location, even if that doubled what I usually spend. I also read mixed bits on resort fees. Are there any My Vegas free rooms or is it more tricky advertising? Is $28 the new free? I generally go solo too. It seems getting harder and harder to find any deals on the MyVegas rewards in my menu for a frugal solo guy. Last trip my wife went along and in just three days we enjoyed $700 of value, between her account and mine, in shows and buffets, but she is not planning a return for a while and my poker buddy is not going until next fall. So even 2 for 1 buffets are not worth much to me. Should I bother to continue to play this game and accumulate more points than I need for 3 rewards? Is there a source of rewards that I just don't understand? Are folks who get these free nights those who have purchased chip packages, and so put themselves in a better category of offers. Is it time for me to quit thinking about MyVegas and begin thinking about Laughlin?