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MLife And Topguest Part Ways

September 4, 2013 at 3:49 PM | by | ()

Over the weekend, we received a message from Topguest stating they will no longer be working with MLife to offer players club points:

From: concierge@topguest.com
As of August 31, 2013 Topguest members will no longer earn M life points for checking into an MGM Resort hotel. Any points earned through the use of Topguest through this date will be transferred into your M life account. For questions regarding your M life account please visit www.mlife.com/contact_us. For questions regarding your Topguest account, you can reach us by emailing help@topguest.com.

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Caesars Entertainment Is Rewarding Us For Being Social Again

January 13, 2012 at 12:39 PM | by | ()

In November we told you that Caesars Entertainment properties in Vegas would stop offering Total Rewards points by checking in on Foursquare via Top Guest. Back then, we wondered why Caesars would stop rewarding mentions in social media and what they might do moving forward, since they've been so aggressive marketing Vegas in the past couple years:

The Las Vegas hotels don't tend to be much of an original bunch when it comes to marketing so if Caesars looks to partner with an outside company, we have to expect that they will have Social Rewards join their marketing team. Social Rewards has been working with Palms, Palazzo, Venetian and, most notably, Luxor who seem to be the most aggressive with the program.

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Don't Be Our (Top) Guest

November 16, 2011 at 1:59 PM | by | ()

A couple weeks ago, we received a nondescript text email from Top Guest advising us that they would no longer be partners with Caesars Entertainment beginning today.

Top Guest linked with our Total Rewards account to give us 50 rewards points each time we used Foursquare to check into a Caesars property. We also have Top Guest linked with some of our other memberships programs. Why not get bonus points for something we do, anyway? Since we linked Total Rewards with Top Guest we haven't returned to their website, but this morning we noticed that Top Guest is now offering 500 MLife tier credits for checking in.

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Caesars Entertainment Will Reward You For Checking In

April 22, 2011 at 3:26 PM | by | ()

Caesars Entertainment announced that they're entering the social rewards game with their partnership with TopGuest for their Las Vegas properties. Here's how the program will work.

Caesars will use the platform to reward visitors at nine of the company’s locations, including Caesars Palace, Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino and Paris Las Vegas, with Total Rewards Bonus Rewards credits when they check in via Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, Instagram and Gowalla on their mobile devices.

To activate the program, members of Caesars Entertainment Total Rewards have to go to TopGuest.com via their mobile web browser and click to become a member. Guests will get 50 Total Rewards credits for every checkin on one of those social media platforms. Participants who check in between now and May 9 will be entered to win 500 Bonus Reward Credits.

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Ravella Will Reward You, If You Tweet Them Up

Where: 1610 Lake Las Vegas Parkway [map], 89011
February 2, 2011 at 4:18 PM | by | ()

In just over a week, The Cosmopolitan will hand over its title of newest Vegas resort to Ravella. Even though, technically, the resort is about 40-minutes away from The Strip in Lake Las Vegas. (Unless, you're driving with @VegasChatter follower @susaninvegas who says she can make it in 20. And, we believe her.)

The former Ritz-Carlton property is revving up for its second act as a Dolce resort by offering a flurry of pre-opening specials. The latest involves turning future guests into social sales reps. Tweet up Ravella (or post about them on Facebook) and the more your friends book a stay, the more "rewards" you'll gain.

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That Tweet About Getting Frisky at Moon Could Earn You a Free Night at The Palms

October 11, 2010 at 7:25 PM | by | ()

While George Maloof recovers from his DUI shame, The Palms Resort and Casino is carrying on with business as usual, or as usual as it can be for a place like The Palms.

The latest news is that they've teamed up with Social Rewards which will allow guests and visitors who go around tootin' The Palms' horn on various social media platforms, to earn points for their cheerleading. Or in other words:

Social Rewards blends social media, affiliate programs and loyalty marketing into one cohesive program. Designed to work with a brand’s existing loyalty program or provide a platform upon which a brand can create, customize and create a new one, Social Rewards monitors and tracks tweets, location-based check-ins such as Foursquare, Facebook likes and fan activity.

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