Excuse the newbie here... So, I have gambled at the Wynn exactly one time, about two months ago. $300 initial dollar in the machine, which turned in to around $1800 at one point, then played down back to even. This involved around 6 hours of play one night and maybe two the next day. I have never stayed at the Wynn. I don't know exactly how many points I have accrued during this time, but I think it was somewhere near 5000 if not a bit north of that number. We enjoyed our time in the casino and walked away even, I was content. Before I started to gamble, I registered for a red card. So... Here comes the good part (I think?). I received an offer about a week ago for 3 comped rooms, plus 200 f&b per day plus $1000 free credit. This arrived in the form of an email with a promotional code attached and I had to call the number to book my stay (was unable to book online). I did not speak with a host, just someone in the marketing department. They booked me in a parlor suite for three nights. I guess I'm confused. I don't feel like a high roller. I don't feel like I should be comped this but maybe they're trying (successfully I might add) to get me to come back with an offer that is too good to turn down. As this was a promotional offer, and I have never stayed, I shouldn't be on the hook if my gambling doesn't meet their minimum play for the comp, correct? I have read the terms and conditions of the offer, they simply state that additional comps beyond what is already offered are based on 5000 points in slot play a day. I just want to make sure this is customary for vegas... I certainly didn't expect this offer so it took me by surprise. Since it has all been arranged up front, I shouldn't be liable to meet any minimums correct? This doesn't mean I don't plan to gamble... With a little luck, the free play could turn in to plenty of fun in the casino for our three day stay. Help a vegas newbie understand. Thanks!