Caesars is running its Cyber Monday Sale, with up to 25% off all Caesars Entertainment hotels in Las Vegas and up to 35% off in Atlantic City. The pr0mo code is CYBER14. The offer must be booked by December 5, 2014 and is good for travel between now and September 4, 2015 at most of their hotels. The Cromwell and Nobu discounts are only 10% and are only good for stays through February 28, 2015
Use the Cyber Monday Sale link to see the full list and get the best rates.
When booking, remember to factor in the nightly $25 resort fee which applies to all Caesars properties in Las Vegas.
I just got back from over a week in Las Vegas and I have a lot to write about. I’ll be posting hotel reviews for The Signature at MGM, Red Rock Resort, The Flamingo and New York – New York. I’ll add a few show reviews and a Station Casino Boarding Pass players club overview. I have a few more subjective posts planned, too.
Thanks for your patience,
New York – New York has brought back its “Dash for the Dough” Daily Slot Tournament.
It runs Monday through Thursday and has a top prize of $500 in FreePlay. You earn 1 entry for every 100 Mlife Points earned at New York – New York between 4:30pm the previous day and 4;29pm on the day of the tournament. You can enter and play up to 3 times per day. Sessions run every 15 minutes from 10am to 5pm and last 3 minutes. Continue reading New York – New York Dash for the Dough Daily Slot Tournament
Caesars Entertainment is now charging a resort fee of $25 per night at all of its Las Vegas properties. That $25 is $28 after taxes. The resort fee is the same whether you are at the LINQ, Rio, Harrah’s, Cromwell, Nobu or any of the other Caesars properties. That is the highest resort fee in Las Vegas and matches that of the high end resorts like the Mandarin Oriental, Aria, and Wynn. All this from the company that made a big deal about not charging resort fees a few years ago.
The resort fee covers in-room high speed internet access (typically Wi-Fi and ethernet), all local calls and daily fitness center access for 2. The resort fee is waived for Total Rewards Diamond and Seven Stars members. Platinum members used to be exempt, too, but that is no longer the case. Note that when the fee is waived you don’t get the perks either.
The rates and Total Rewards policy change applies to all new reservations.
myVEGAS continues to add partners. The latest addition is the Smith Center. The Smith Center is the local performing art center located at 361 Symphony Park Ave, downtown. The Smith Center is primarily focused on locals, but it is a quality performing art center with performances by local performing arts organizations as well as touring shows, so you may find something of interest there as a tourist, too. Continue reading myVEGAS Smith Center Rewards