One of the lesser known free Las Vegas attractions is the Artifacts, Antiques & Artworks collection at Main Street Station. They have a collection ranging from “The Blackhawk” private rail car used by Buffalo Bill, the entry doors from the Pullman Mansion, to chandeliers from the San Francisco Opera House and the Coca-Cola Building.
Total Rewards is offering a 50% bonus on Tier Credits earned between January 1, 2015 and March 31, 2015. The bonus applies to the first 50,000 Tier Credits earned and will yield a maximum of 25,000 extra Tier Credits. These extra Tier Credits are in addition to the Daily Tier Credit Bonuses which are still in effect.
You must earn at least 1,000 Tier credits between January 1 and March 31, 2015 in order to qualify for the extra Tier Credits. According to the fine print, the Daily Tier Credit Bonuses count toward the 50,000 Tier Credits maximum and will receive the 50% bonus. This only applies to Tier Credits. The bonus does not apply to Rewards Credits (comps). The extra Tier Credits earned from this promotion will be calculated after March 31, 2015 and posted to your Total Rewards account on April 15, 2015. Continue reading Total Rewards 50% Tier Credit Bonus→
Caesars’ Total Rewards players club now allows you to earn Platinum and Diamond status through WSOP.com play. WSOP.com is Caesars’ online poker platform which allows you to play online poker for real money when you are in Nevada or New Jersey.
Earning 5,000 Action Player Points (APPs) in a calendar year gives you Total Rewards Platinum status. Earning 15,000 APPs in a calendar year gives you Total Rewards Diamond status. Similarly, Total Rewards members with Platinum, Diamond or Seven Stars status can request their tier status be matched on WSOP.com. Continue reading Higher Total Rewards Tiers through WSOP.com Action→
Caesars Entertainment Operating Company filed for bankruptcy today. That is not a surprise to anyone who has been following the issues. It is a voluntary reorganization intended to reduce Caesars’ long term debt. Guests and gamblers should not really notice a difference. The casinos and resorts are still open for business as usual. The Total Rewards players club is still intact and your comp/RC balances should not be affected.
Many of Caesars’ more popular properties in Las Vegas (like The Cromwell, The LINQ, Flamingo and Planet Hollywood) are actually owned or operated by other Caesars Entertainment subsidiaries and are not part of the bankruptcy filing.