Caesars Entertainment has sold the Rio, but will continue to operate it for at least 2 years. The Rio is still part of Caesars Rewards and is still the home of the World Series of Poker.
Most of the changes will be behind the scenes. The typical guest will probably not notice a difference for now.
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Here is the current list of monthly Tier Benefit Shows for Total Rewards players in Las Vegas.
The List was updated in December 23, 2018. The biggest changes are The Bronx Wanderers is closing Dec 23 and Legends in Concert will be closing on Dec. 30 before moving to a non-Total Rewards venue. Stripped! and the recent Le Magique Fantastique at Bally’s have also closed. The Cocktail Cabaret at Caesars is back. Legends in Concert has switched to its “Celebrate the Season” holiday show version, featuring holiday songs by Aretha Franklin, Bruce Springsteen, Bruno Mars and Garth Brooks through Sunday, Dec. 30. The holiday show also has local youth choirs performing.
Many shows have scattered dark dates as we enter the holiday season. Check the schedule for details.
Diamond and Seven Stars players get 2 free tickets per calendar month. The shows are buy 1, get 1 free for Platinum players. Brooklyn Bowl shows are Diamond / Seven Star only.
The High Roller is no longer on the Tier Benefit list. You can still get a discount based on your tier (50% for Diamond), but it does not count as your show for the month. The Eiffel Tower Experience has a similar tier-based discount. I have a discount link for it at the bottom of this post, too. Continue reading Total Rewards Tier Benefit Shows 2018
The Rio Shuttle, providing free service between the Rio , Harrah’s and Bally’s, ran its last trip this past Monday. They will still run some shuttles specifically for special events (like slot and video poker tournaments with players staying at other locations), but the regular service for all patrons has been stopped.
As a general rule, hotels on the Strip are now charging to park.
MGM Resorts properties varies it a little from hotel to hotel. You can see those details on my MGM Parking post. I have another page with details for parking at Caesars Entertainment properties.
There are still a few places you can park for free, though. Continue reading Parking on the Strip