Can dining at a property and not gambling there affect your rating? For example if I were to stay at Wynn and dine at an MLife property but not gamble there or use my MLife card in any way would MLife pick up that I am in Vegas and not giving them any play? In my example I would be paying by credit card. I learned the hard way a few years ago that dropping in and playing a little can have a negative affect on your ratings. I was staying at Caesars and played at Mirage using my MLife players card. I played a dollar Top Dollar machine and after only a couple of spins I hit the $1.000 top prize. I immediately cashed out and went back to Caesars. For my next trip I wanted to stay at Mirage again and couldn't get a good offer like I used to get there. When I called casino marketing they told me that I only had a small amount of coin in on my last visit and it negatively impacted my rating. I explained that I was staying elsewhere and they said that didn't matter, I know better about gambling at a property and using my players card but I was wondering if dining there and paying with a credit card can also hurt future offers.