The rumors have been circulating. With a sigh of relief, people have been informed and have been discussing how their Caesars Rewards Loyalty Program will be extending tier status. Many in the miles&points travel loyalty world have started to discuss Caesars Rewards Extending Tier. It all just seemed so clear and transparent.
I do not get particularly excited about any travel or Vegas deals unless they have a huge amount of value proposition. With that being said, many deals for travel during Covid-Times seem to have more flexibility, which is a good thing. Black Friday Vegas Deals and Casino Deals are enjoyable to follow, and I have tried to list a couple with above-average value.
What is a casino offer? Earning casino marketing offers (and continuing to receive them) from a large casino loyalty program is a very complicated endeavor. There are numerous variables to consider, such as which property you are playing at and the casino property’s popularity. Other considerations include how badly that casino property wants to drum up business and what games, amenities, and restaurants they offer.
Steve Wynn would go onto recapture the imagine of the gaming and resort world and would go on to re-invent, or perhaps even invent, the Las Vegas that we know today. How far we have come. But, let’s not focus on Las Vegas, or even Atlantic City, let’s focus on the the new ‘joint. Introducing Wynn Palace Cotai
Before we get to discussing business class with British Airways in the Coronavirus Era on, we need to reflect a bit on the past (close to) two weeks. As with all trips, they eventually come to an end. Nine days in Las Vegas experiencing the re-opening of Las Vegas and one (unplanned) day in Beverly Hills before returning to London.