Club Palms, the players club for the Palms casino, is running a tier matching promotion. Bring your high tier players card from another Las Vegas area casino and they will match your status. High tiers like Total Rewards Diamond and Mlife Gold receive Club Palms MVP status. Top tiers like Total Rewards Seven Stars and Mlife Platinum/Noir receive Club Palms Hall of Famer status. Continue reading Palms Tier Matching Promo
Much of this information is available on the Playstudio / myVEGAS Support page. I thought a few things were worth highlighting, though.
You can now cancel a room reservation and get your LPs refunded. “If you booked a show, room, or attraction reward online at Mlife.com and find that you need to cancel your reward for a refund, please log back into Mlife.com to cancel your reservation and have your Loyalty Points refunded back to your rewards account.” Continue reading More myVEGAS updates
UPDATE (March 8):
This promotion ended early for non-local players. If you have a Nevada ID, though, you can still take advantage of it through the end of March.
At the end of last year, Total Rewards ran a promo at the Rio and Planet Hollywood, where you would receive a free buffet after earning 50 points in a day. 50 Points is $500 coin-in on video poker or $250 coin-in for slots. The promo now covers the Flamingo, Harrah’s, Paris, Planet Hollywood and the Rio and has been extended through March.
After you earn 50 points go to the Total Rewards booth or promotional kiosk at that casino to receive a voucher for a free buffet at any of the participating casinos. It is limited to one redemption per card, per day, but you can use it multiple times through the end of March.
I stayed there so you don’t have to.
OK. That might be a bit harsh, but it is how I feel about The LINQ Hotel. I started to write this review months ago, but stopped because of my strong negative feelings about the hotel. Months later I still feel the same way, so here’s the review.
The LINQ Hotel and Casino is the former Imperial Palace, which Harrah’s/Caesars Entertainment bought in 2005. It was named The Quad for a little over a year, too, when Caesars’ license for the Imperial Palace name expired. It had been a low-roller favorite for as long as I can remember. It had a lot of kitsch going for it and was one of the locations for the Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery movie. Continue reading The LINQ Hotel and Casino