Total Rewards Free Shows List

Here is the current list of free shows for Diamonds and Seven Stars players in Las Vegas as of  September 7, 2017.  The shows are buy 1, get 1 free for Platinum players.   Brooklyn Bowl shows are  Diamond / Seven Star only.

There are a few notable changes for this month. The fun, new, family friendly Circus 1903 show at Paris is on the list. I was able to see it on opening night and enjoyed it. A full review will be coming soon. Also, Murray the Magician at Planet Hollywood is now on the list. You may know him from America’s Got Talent or as a guest expert on Pawn Stars. Menopause The Music will be featuring Cindy Williams now through September 4th.

Also, the High Roller is no longer on the Tier Benefit list. You can still get a discount based on your tier, but it does not count as your show for the month. The Eiffel Tower has a similar tier-based discount.

To get your show tickets, go to any Total Rewards desk, tell them which show you want to see and they will give you a voucher for the show. Then take that voucher to the show’s box office. You can do this once per calendar month.

 

Harrah’s:

Flamingo:

The LINQ:

Paris:

Planet Hollywood:

Bally’s:

Rio:

Penn and Teller and Legends In Concert are  on my  Top 5 resident production shows list.  You can find my reviews here:
Penn and Teller
Legends in Concert


You can also find discounted Eiffel Tower Experience tickets here:

59 thoughts on “Total Rewards Free Shows List”

  1. Mark, you said the High Roller Is no longer part of your Diamond benefit tickets each month. Do they still give 50% discount off the tickets for Diamond members? Does that include the Happy Half Hour tickets?

  2. I have a question as a solo traveler; I’ll be in Vegas in June and would like to see X Country (I’m a big fan of country music and an even bigger fan of topless women). I’ll only need one ticket, would I then be able to get a single ticket to another show like Penn & Teller?

    1. The comps are for one show per month. I find myself going solo much of the time, too, and have only been able to get tickets to a single show (sometimes the rep asks if I want to go ahead and get 2 tickets even though I only need one. Sometimes I go ahead and get the extra, especially for GA shows). X Country was fun, it is exactly what they advertise.

    1. That should be doable. I haven’t used the voucher for tickets that far ahead of time, but I have definitely done it days ahead of the show.

  3. I am traveling to Vegas May 2nd and hoping to use my monthly reward to see Penn and Teller on May 3rd. Is the anyway to book ahead? Maybe call the rewards desk. Thanks for your site and all of the great information.

    1. Hi.
      It never hurts to call. If you have a host, you may want to contact them, too. I have never been able to book the free show before I get there, though.

    2. You have to be there in person at the TR Booth to book. If you are there on Sunday, you should be able to book weekday shows. Weekend shows are hard to book because the casino would rather sell it to the tourist. Weekday showrooms are usually not 100% filled..

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