Comps: * Suite on the 44th floor with a decent, though not fabulous, view. overlooking the Venetian and big ferris wheel thingy. Some strip view. * All lodging taxes and hi- speed wi-first etc.. * Two tickets for "An evening with Al Pacino" * $250.00 in gambling money I drive from New Mexico to the Palazzo . When I arrive, I tip the valet $5 or 10 bucks and politely ask him to choose a nice spot. At the check in desk, I tip the desk clerk $50.00 right up front. No hiding the money, no tricks, no expected favors. They ask if I need change, I reply "no thank you, that's your tip for doing a good job." They ask me the basics, how far from the elevator etc etc and they always do their best to accommodate my desires. The bell hop gets $5.00 per bag and the maids get 10.00 to 20.00 a day. Waitresses get a couple dollar chips for a cup of coffee . I play the $15.00 or $25.00 craps tables with maximum line and odds bets topped with $30.00 6&8. I budget approx $1,000.00 for daily craps. I can "usually" tip the dealers a hundred or two during the whole days worth of playing . (sometimes my daily allowance is lost in 30 minutes). I didn't eat at restaurants on this trip, but in past trips, I have had my $200.00+ dinners and any other food charged to my room compd. My wife enjoys the penny slots and if I am up on the last day, I always try to drop a couple hundred in the $10.00 machines just to say I did. Actually a lot more fun than I describe it here but I'm not much of a writer I really am treated very well there and always get whatever I ask for.