I am a low roller - typical play is 6-8 hours of $35 BJ (spread between $25 and $50 tables, skewed towards $25) and $8K coin-in on VP only (no slots) over the course of a 2 night trip. I've used basic corporate offers (lowest level room, $50 Freeplay and/or F&B credit) via the MLife website 6 times over the past 2 years (3 MGM Grand, 2 Aria, 1 Park MGM). My play has varied somewhat from the above on any given trip, but that's an average. I do not have a host, obviously, and don't get anything comped off the back-end besides whatever express comps I accumulate. Most of my trips are 2 nights, as I'm often solo and/or my wife and I need to get back to the family. Typical 2 night trip bankroll is $3K, with a few trips higher. Up until recently, seemingly when MLife changed their offer system and extended out the time frame for which you can book offers, I've had completely wide open comp room availability at the lowest level properties (Excal and Luxor), fairly open availability (say Sun - Thurs, maybe weekend here or there) at mid-level properties (MGM, Park, NYNY, Mirage, etc), and select availability at Bellagio/Aria (but still possible if I can be flexible on days). During this period I, frankly, took comped rooms for granted as generally available when I wanted as long as I was willing to be flexible on dates and/or locations. Currently, comp room availability is non-existent at Bellagio/Aria (maybe 1 day per month), which is fine given my play. However, comp availability at mid-level properties is now much more sparse than before, even mid-week and not with consecutive days, and even the majority of days at Excal/Luxor are not available for comp. During this time I've taken 1 Caesars/Total Rewards comp trip and almost always do a bit of drop in play when I'm in Vegas (beyond my play listed above) . I checked and I have fairly wide Sun-Thurs comp rooms at most properties, including Caesars and Cromwell. I understand comp rooms at TR properties are usually easier to come by, and we much prefer MLife properties due to the pool situation (especially MGM). I realize offers/comps can and do fluctuate. So maybe I'm answering my own question here, but is what I'm describing above normal? Or maybe I was just way overcomped before? For what it's worth - I realize ADT is the primary metric here - on these 6 trips my wins/losses are ($3800/MGM), ($3100/Park), $700/MGM, even/Aria, ($2000/Aria), $2600/MGM. 2nd question - and I realize I can answer this on my own by not being lazy - but is there any chance that calling in to book an offer may open up more comp availability? I'm not asking for a miracle, but if Sunday is comped might they also do Monday (where online it says $140, for example)? I also realize I could just (gasp) pay for non-comped nights, but I seem to have a problem with that knowing I could just stay somewhere else. Thanks!