I don’t live near a casino so when I do go, I gamble hard and typically end up with 7-stars after about 5 days of gambling (For example, I was in Vegas for 5 days in Feb and have 206k reward credits and this is my only trip this year) After this, I take my wife’s card, get it for her so we both have a 7-stars trip and then I’ll do it for my friend, his wife, etc throughout the rest of the year. My question is, is there any point in me just continuing with my card? I feel as though there should be an even higher level to try and obtain but the experience credits are crap and and way too many points are needed for what they are actually valued. When I get comped tickets to CET shows, I’m on the front row, when I ask about a concert at a rival venue (I’ll get comped tickets to a concert at MGM Grand for example) my host tells me I’m in the “A” players section Which suggests even if I doubled my gambling I would still get the same comps. I’ve never paid for food, drinks, anything from gift shop, tickets, golf, airline tickets or daily spa massages for my wife and I. They even gave me a limo and driver to drive me around one day to Best Buy, and some other shops off strip to find something very specific for my wife’s computer for work. Considering all this, I don’t see where there would be any value of me continuing to try and obtain more reward credits. Does anyone have any experience of obtaining, for example, 1 million tier credits or more and have any insight as to how your experience is different? I’m wondering if theres a reason I should continue to help my friends or just accumulate points for myself. Thanks to anyone that can help out!