So, I seem to be perpetually invisible to all casino marketing teams for up-front comps. I usually get a bunch comped off at the back end, but I'm wondering if it's worth contacting a host when booking my next trip. I stayed at the MGM Grand a couple of months ago and for a 2-night stay, I got rated at $99/hand for 15 hours at BJ and craps (this sounded about right to me -- I fluctuated between $25 and $200/hand), plus $13k coin-in for VP. I have no mlife offers other than 'tier discount' rates (I am platinum), which are often more expensive than the regular website rate for the general public. When I call to speak with VIP services for an upcoming trip in April, they say they only have tier discounts available for me. It really feels like I should qualify for something more than I'm getting. I know I'm not a mega-roller, but it's kind of ridiculous to not get offered *anything*. I have a feeling though that a host would basically laugh at me if I called them, since I don't bet purple. I love staying at the MGM and Aria, though I expect my comp dollar will go farther at MGM. Any thoughts?