Hello - To Start let me say I am very glad that I found this board and the information here was very helpful even to a frequent traveler with about 18 visits to Las Vegas under my belt Started coming to Las Vegas in 1988 and stayed at the Aladdin. I live in the South Carolina Lowcountry and travel often (13 cruises and over 20 visits to Disney World under my belt). We have been fans of Treasure Island for some time (12 past stays) - but with the sale of the property we thought we better take advantage of some of the MGM/Mirage offers before they disappear. Getting There We flew first class from Savannah, Georgia via Atlanta on Delta. The flight was very good. The Mirage had a Limo pick us up at the airport. So the quick trip was very enjoyable with just the two of us in the Limo! Check-In The Limo driver walked us to the VIP check-in. However there were about 3 people in line and no one at the regular check-in next to it. So we walked over and tried the $20 trick. We were already being offer a Comped Mirage Suite (812 sq. ft), but thought letâ€™s give it a go. We were upgraded to a Tower Suite (1251 square Feet) on a corner. The view was of the Mountains and the Treasure Island Hotel - You could see the Wynn, Encore, and Trump Tower) The Suite It was huge, but outdated (no flat screen TV or Ipod docking station). Massive living room, dining area, bathroom, etc. The decor was from the 1980's! The pop up TV's were still the tube variety and did not work that great. Maid service was very good and we tipped them nicely each morning. The selection of in room amenities was awesome: Soaps, bath crystals, shampoo, body butter, body gel, toothpaste, razor, shaving creme, etc. (there was lot of other stuff) Gambling My wife was given $300 in FreePlay. On the first spin on a Unicorn Machine (betting max at $4) she won $441. The trip stayed that way most of the time. We were lucky - our timing was good. When it was said and done my wife had earn about 16000 slot points and I had earned about 7000. I tried my hand a 3 card poker (even) and Craps (up a little). We also played some at Treasure Island and My wife earns double points. (So while we were there -I played on her extra card to earn her some extra points.) We mainly played Unicorn, Mermaid, Goldfish, and Jackpot Party. Of course we tried a few others to test them out like Wolf Run, Tailgate Party, etc. On observation: I hit well on penny Deal or No Deal, but the machine was reward slot points at a much lower rate. Shows We did one show -Mystere - This was our second time to this great show (first one was about 8 years ago). We had tickets for my two nephews who were in town as well. We were on the second row center! AWESOME -AWESOME- AWESOME! Food I am not a fancy eater/Fine Diner because I hate to dress up - I work in a suit so when it comes to vacation time - I stay in jeans or shorts. On this trip we ate at Cravings (Breakfast and Dinner), California Pizza Kitchen, Carnegie Delicatessen (Breakfast and Dinner), and Dishes (at Treasure Island). All of the food was great and we enjoyed them all. Salon I always do a manicure and pedicure on the visits to Vegas. (Guys - you should really do this once in a while) The Kim Vo Salon was very nice. The service was no better than that I have received at Treasure Island. I did not check out the Spa this trip. Check-Out No problems at check-out time. The lady at the player club desk questioned our room upgrade. We did get some food taken off the bill as well, but nothing extra. The Room was free so that was more than enough. The Limo ride to the airport was also nice. Getting Home Check in at the airport was done in minutes. We made it to gate D-38 a little early so we starting playing the slots to kill time. I hit a $171 jackpot (Fort Knox) - what a way to end a trip! The flight on Delta via Atlanta was good. No issues! Returning We will be returning at Christmas time - we will be waiting for the offers!