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Total Rewards Free Shows for premium tiers update

The list below is now out of date.  An updated list can be found here.

I was at Planet Hollywood recently and was able to take a picture of the desk copy of the list of free shows for Diamond and Seven Stars players and 2-for-1’s for Platinum players.  The list hasn’t changed much since my last update.

The picture is a little blurry, so here is the current list: Continue reading Total Rewards Free Shows for premium tiers update

Las Vegas Restaurant Week 2012

Las Vegas Restaurant Week is back!
It runs August 27 through September 2, 2102.  That includes part of Labor Day Weekend.
In addition to saving a little bit on some great food, you can feel better knowing that $4-$6 of each Restaurant Week meal purchase goes to Three Square, a southern Nevada food bank.

RM Seafood at Mandalay Bay, Delmonico Steakhouse at the Venetian, and Rao’s at Caesars Palace are just a few of the restaurants participating.
Lunches (where available) are $20.12 or $30.12 depending upon the restaurant.
Dinners are $30.12, $40.12 or $50.12 depending upon the restaurant.
A few places even offer breakfast deals and discounted wine pairings.

Here is the link for the full list of participating restaurants:

Caesars Total Rewards Free Shows for Diamond and Seven Star players update

UPDATE: This post is no longer current. Click here to go to the current list.

When Total Rewards revamped their system at the end of March, they dropped an important benefit.  Free shows for Diamond and Seven Stars cardholders and discounted shows for Platinum members.

It looks like there were enough complaints that they have reinstated the program. Once again, Diamond and Seven Stars members can get free tickets to a number of shows at Caesars properties.  As in the past, you have one benefit redemption per calendar month.

Here is the list:
: Jubilee
Flamingo: Nathan Burton, Vinnie Favorito
: Defending the Caveman, The Improv, Legends in Concert, Mac King
Imperial Palace: Jeff Civilico, Frank Marino’s Divas, Human Nature
Paris: Anthony Cools, Empire Comedy
Rio: Penn and Teller

I expect the list of shows will evolve, but even when it does this should still give you a good idea of what to expect.