I've been trolling these boards for a while looking for info on what types of comps to expect for a particular type of play, so I'm going to give some info on the comps I got on my trip that's finishing up today. Background: I jumped from Mlife gold to platinum on this trip, but I'm definitely not a high roller. I mostly play blackjack, but also a little bit of video poker and some craps. I booked with my Mlife corporate offer online -- I tried phoning Mlife, since many people on this board say that their phone offers are much better than their online offers, but in my case, the online offer was much better. I stayed Thurs-Sun, and paid an average of $103/night, plus tax and resort fee. I checked at the players club and asked what my play had been rated at, and they had me at 13:45 for the trip with an average bet of $54/hand (90% blackjack, 10% craps in my estimation), plus some video poker play. For what it's worth, I was playing two hands of blackjack at $50/hand (plus splits and doubles) for about 2-3 hours/day, so it looks like they counted that second hand as extra 'time' rather than a larger bet. A side note, the Aria is installing sensors in their tables to track the number of hands you play, not the amount of time. We'll have to see how that plays out. This got me around $100 in Express Comps, which I used for breakfast buffets. I asked at the Mlife desk if they could do anything else, and they said I should talk to a host. I went to the host's office and she offered to take care of one night's stay (room and tax, but not resort fee). Moral of the story: Even though I'm not a high roller, it definitely doesn't hurt to ask for something. If I hadn't gone to the host, I wouldn't have gotten that one night comped off. I'm going to try contacting a host before my next trip to see if they can offer anything up-front. And even though I've stayed at the Aria the last couple of trips and loved it, I might call around to other properties to see if anyone else (MGM, MB, etc) might value my play a little more. Thoughts on that, anyone?