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Golden Nugget Adds Tiers To 24K Players Club

February 25, 2015 at 3:52 PM | by | Comments (4)

It hasn’t even been a year since the Golden Nuggetimproved their 24K players club. Well, the Nugget is at it again. This time the updates to its players club are more noticable.

The 24K Club used to be one single tier for everyone, but now has four tiers. Tiers start with 24 Karat and move up to Premier, Chairman and the top level of Elite which is earned once you reach 100,000 tier points. You can only earn points when gambling like most locals casinos. The benefits are also similar to other casino players clubs aimed at locals. (You can see the full list, here).

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The Annual Total Rewards Credit Card Update Is Upon Us

February 12, 2015 at 3:48 PM | by | Comments (6)

Caesars Entertainment has been issuing a Total Rewards credit card since 1998. And, every year, they update the benefits. Some are added and some are taken away.

Once approved for the credit card, cardholders can typically enjoy perks such as:
○Automatic upgrade to Total Rewards Platinum tier status
○5X Rewards Credits for every $1 spent at Total Rewards destinations including hotel stays, gaming, dining, concert tickets and more
○2X earning on air travel, restaurants and gas
○Six-month free trial of CLEAR, which expedites security for approved travelers at Las Vegas and nine other CLEAR-enabled airports

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Hard Rock Is Changing Backstage Pass (Again)

February 11, 2015 at 4:26 PM | by | Comments (4)

It’s been almost two years since the Hard Rock made any changes to its Backstage Pass players club so it’s time to shake things up. They’re kind enough to give a little warning so you can prepare for the changes and even jump a tier or two if you want.

Effective March 31, the invite-only Nirvana tier of Backstage Pass will be replaced with a tier called Multi-Platinum Access. The only way to receive an invitation to this level is to achieve a tier score of 300,000 in a calendar year. The General Admission, Entourage and Platinum Access tiers remain the same. New tier benefits will be announced later this year.

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Total Rewards Going Paperless

February 6, 2015 at 11:44 AM | by | Comments (7)

This is going to be a transformative year for Caesars Entertainment, for better or worse. The company has already filed for bankruptcy and CEO Gary Loveman has announced plans to step down. New leadership will definitely have new ideas on how to turn things around, but some changes are already occurring.

Much of the bankruptcy reorganization will take place in the background. We'll never see much of the financial restructuring and that's okay. The things that will affect Caesars customers will be inside of their properties. The first two bits of news about the new Caesars Entertainment center around Total Rewards, their massive players club and marketing list.

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Club Cortez Getting A Little More Convenient

January 26, 2015 at 2:21 PM | by | Comments (6)

Downtown Vegas can be a difficult place to operate a casino. Many properties want to keep the vintage feeling, but they don’t want to fall too far behind when it comes to technology. Walking through the casino at El Cortez, you can feel and see that push and pull.

El Cortez recently added four touch-screen kiosks for Club Cortez players club members. These kiosks stand out like rocket ships on the old-timey casino floor. There's no question, however, regarding their usefulness. We all welcome advancements like this no matter how strange they may look. Club Cortez members can use the machines to find promotional offers and play a few games. El Cortez is currently offering four promotions at the new kiosks:

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Platinum, Noir M Life Members Get Special Treatment At Shake Shack

Where: 89109
January 16, 2015 at 1:56 PM | by | Comments (9)

Shake Shack is an interesting test of new casino design. The quick-serve burger joint is located in the space at New York-New York that was formerly inhabited by Sporting House and, before that, ESPN Zone. However, you can’t access Shake Shack from inside the New York-New York casino like you could before. In time, Shake Shack will be more a part of MGM Resorts' coming "Park" complex then it will the casino it's attached to.

With that being said, this location of the small burger chain is embedded into MGM Resorts through the M Life program. The top two tiers of M Life, Platinum and Noir, will find their own line. That line was empty on my recent visit to Shake Shack while the "regular people" line has been out the door at times. The M Life line at Shake Shack will probably be empty most days.

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Golden Gate Touts Free Play On Slots

December 2, 2014 at 12:12 PM | by | Comment (1)

Golden Gate wants you to know it really dishes out the rewards through its Club 1906 players club. If you didn't realize it, all slot machine players earn 1 players club point for every $1 played. Additionally, they earn $1 of free play for every 100 points earned.

This is the most free play you’ll earn from a casino anywhere in Vegas. The second highest return on free play is .67% of what Golden Gate now offers. That makes its free play rewards 33% better than any other players club.

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Don't Just Shrug Off A Misplaced Players Club Card

November 6, 2014 at 3:16 PM | by | Comments (10)

Players cards are more popular than ever, and for good reason. If you’re gambling, using a card is a must if you want comps or room offers. Even for non-gamblers, carrying a card makes sense. Most casinos now offer comps based on dining and entertainment purchases. Many restaurants, especially those in properties owned by Caesars, even discount their menus for cardholders. And, some resorts go so far as to combine room keys and players cards into one. As cards continue to do more and become increasingly valuable, it’s important to consider what’s at risk when one is lost or, even worse, stolen.

Slots seem to be the biggest culprits when it comes to misplaced cards. Despite the bright lights that surround card readers, it’s easy to walk away after cashing a big win without remembering to pull your card. Slot attendants are tasked with removing and discarding cards that are left behind, but there’s no guarantee that someone else won’t get to it first.

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Cannery, Eastside Cannery Offering $500 Promo

November 6, 2014 at 2:12 PM | by | Comments (4)

Cannery and Eastside Cannery are both offering up to a $500 refund on gaming losses for new members of their players club, the C.A.N. Club. This isn’t a new promotional concept, but it is a hefty incentive to visit one of the casinos, join the club and do a little gambling. In recent years, we’ve seen the Cosmopolitan and Tropicana offer similar promotions with much smaller rebates. The $500 loss rebate at Cannery or Eastside Cannery is a whole 'nother level of financial incentive.

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More Ways To Earn Total Rewards Credits Without Visiting A Casino

October 28, 2014 at 12:36 PM | by | Comments (4)

There are a couple of new ways to earn Total Rewards credits without stepping foot in a casino. Earning points without visiting a casino is a useful way to keep existing points from expiring, especially if you only make one trip a year to Las Vegas. If you're new to Total Rewards, you might not know that points expire after six months of inactivity.

House of Fun on Facebook

Did you know you can earn Total Rewards credits when playing House of Fun on Facebook? You earn them whenever you purchase chips to play the game. Unfortunately, you cannot earn credits when playing with free coins. Also note that these are Reward Credits, the kind of credits you can use for hotel rooms, food, entertainment, etc. These aren’t Tier Credits which allow you to earn better status like Platinum, Diamond or Seven Stars.

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You Can't Use Free Play Anywhere You Want

September 30, 2014 at 11:52 AM | by | Comments (8)

If you’ve been visiting casinos for a while, the concept of free play (Freeplay, as one word, is the trademark of a specific casino company) isn’t anything new. However, if you’re new to casino promotions or just noticed free play as an offer from MyVEGAS, you might not realize that it’s not quite as simple as receiving money.

Free play is a reward of “free money” that casinos offer players. It can be spent on video poker and slot machines. Free play isn’t real bills, but credits can be turned into straight cash homey as you win.

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Get $100 In Free Play At Riviera

Where: 2901 Las Vegas Blvd. S. [map], 89109
September 18, 2014 at 2:53 PM | by | Comments (10)

Over the past couple of years, Riviera has done more promotions than most Strip casinos to attract gambling customers. Their most popular promotion has been $1 blackjack which started a year ago and is still available. The same can’t be said for Riviera’s craps promotion. While 1,000x craps odds sounds awesome, few players are going to Riviera to drop a minimum of $5,005 ($5 pass line and $5,000 odds) per roll.

Riviera’s latest promotion to attract new gamblers is an offer for up to $100 in Free Play. New players club members can receive up to $100 in Free Play. This isn’t a rebate on losses like you’ve seen at Tropicana and Cosmopolitan in the past year. This is Free Play in the casino with only one string attached:

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