I'm combining these into one post; appreciate any advice/past experiences on either component. Disclaimers: I'm describing my usual play and I don't plan on altering play to try and get more comps. I understand variance and that in theory the only way to guarantee comps is a large enough bankroll and a willingness to lose said bankroll. I'm asking for others to share their experiences (if they are comfortable doing that) or giving advice based on my described play. Wynn: I'm staying on a teaser offer in October. My offer was 3 nights, two buffet passes, two show tickets and some free play. My bankroll is 1k per day and it will probably be almost all slots at the quarter level with some penny and maybe dollar slots. My guess is usual gambling time averages 6-8 hours per day. I play craps and other table games but I realize Wynn will have limits probably beyond my comfort level. I'm at home at a $5 or $10 craps table but I'm not expecting to find either at Wynn. For those that get offers from Wynn, is my bankroll and play in the ballpark for future offers or too low? If I'm way too low then I'll probably gamble at Wynn in the mornings and before bed but explore other properties during the day. Downtown: The day before the Wynn offer starts I will be staying at the Mirage or with a friend downtown, either way all my gambling will be downtown. I would like to pick one casino for the majority of gambling. I would be a new signup at any place except El Cortez. The last trip I gambled one full day at El Cortez and ended up getting a letter from a host and offered three free nights and some food money, I was going to stay here before the Wynn offer arrived in my mail. My bankroll would probably be 1k with about half the time on slots/VP and half playing craps ($30-$40 per roll usually). I have read on a few threads here that the Boyd properties usually reward people who travel more frequently (3 trips a year) and I will probably not be going 3 times a year. Any advice on a property where my bankroll and play might attract some future offers? My only real requirements for a room are clean and quiet as I don't spend much time in the room, don't have a need for the pool and downtown is easy to walk for food options. Thanks everyone.