Even though we've been to Vegas over 20 times already, this is my first trip report! Go easy on me please. Flight Pretty full flight from SFO->LAS on Southwest. Last few flights to Vegas have been completely full. Ordered a Lyft after we got out of the plane. Got a ride after waiting about 10 minutes. 5/26 Tuscany We enjoy Tuscany for the frequent casino free play promotions. This was our first stay on a weekday comp offer we earned from drop-in play last fall. Room came with $20 FP and $25 in food and beverage credit. Check in was smooth. Even got a coupon book as a hotel guest with some Free Play after a certain number of points along with dining discounts. Following up on JulianC's excellent summary of the players club circa 2019, I noticed from swiping on the kiosk that the players club changed. I went to the player's club to pick up a brochure. Tier benefits clearly changed from when JulianC wrote up his summary two years ago. There are no longer any differences between the first two tiers. You have to get to the third level, Premiere, to get a tier benefit by earning 600 comp dollars in a 6 month period. Why even have a second level at all? Dinner was at Tuscany for happy hour. Calamari and Margherita flatbread were the HH menu standouts. We also had a great lobster ravioli. Good way to use up the food credit with rest covered by comps. After dinner, we mostly played VP at the Piazza Lounge, where there's daily live entertainment. One of the reasons we like live entertainment at Tuscany is the 99+% bartop VP with comped drinks: Don't be fooled by the 4OAKs - I took a beating on VP. Was down 400 on the night. The 5k of VP coin in earned about $38 in comps. The Wednesday free play promo added another $50 FP on top. Room was large with a kitchenette, which can appeal to those who work from Vegas. Caution: floors are thin, so when I walked in my third floor room, both my wife and I said it felt like the floor was shaking. Can't imagine what it's like for the down stair neighbors.