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Old Feb 8, 17, 3:59 am
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does anyone have a US map with all of the 36 CET properties on it?
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Old Feb 10, 17, 10:59 am
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does anyone have a US map with all of the 36 CET properties on it?
There's one here at: www. worldcasinomagazine. com/map_casimap_casinos_caesars_entertainment.cfm

Eliminate the spaces, obviously.
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Old Feb 18, 17, 12:53 pm
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poor Canadians.... why??? lol

"Potential winners who are residents of Canada will be required to correctly answer, unaided, a time-limited (90 seconds), mathematical, skill-testing question. All answers to skill-testing questions are final. Should a potential Canadian winner incorrectly answer the skill-testing question, the potential winner will be disqualified."
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Old Feb 18, 17, 1:02 pm
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poor Canadians.... why??? lol

"Potential winners who are residents of Canada will be required to correctly answer, unaided, a time-limited (90 seconds), mathematical, skill-testing question. All answers to skill-testing questions are final. Should a potential Canadian winner incorrectly answer the skill-testing question, the potential winner will be disqualified."
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skill_testing_question

The combined effect of Sections 197 to 206 of the Canadian Criminal Code bans for-profit gaming or betting, with exceptions made for provincial lotteries, licensed casinos, and charity events. Many stores, radio stations, and other groups still wish to hold contests to encourage more purchases or increase consumer interest. These organizations take advantage of the fact that the law does allow prizes to be given for games of skill, or mixed games of skill and chance. To make the chance-based contests legal, such games generally consist of a mathematical STQ.
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Old Feb 18, 17, 11:45 pm
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does anyone have a US map with all of the 36 CET properties on it?
If I charge 2500$ to my hotel bill, will I get the 2500 TP+ the bonus 5000 TP when I check out and pay for it?
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Old Mar 1, 17, 11:27 pm
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Hi there,

I am having issues with the TR app: it does not allow me to make a new booking because it thinks I have another booking for the same period with another CET casino, which is not true. Because of this, I can not take advantage of the 15÷ Diamond discount and the 25$ food and beverage credit at the Rio for a 2 night stay. I tried calling the Rio, but the operator can not give the 25$ food credit. Othet websites do provide it, but do not offer me the 15÷ Diamond discount. No one seems to know who might be able to help me debug the app. Has this also happened to any of you? Cheers, Sky
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Old Mar 4, 17, 9:29 pm
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I will be able to grab that Bally's badge after all. I'm booked next door at Caesars on the 23rd, so I'll be sure to get those 25 credits that night. On a potentially better note, I'm finally making it down on a Thursday with the mystery multiplier. I've been taking them up on those pesky Fridays and Saturdays, and grabbing Thursdays at Borgata. I would love to catch the Sunday 10X/Monday mystery multipler one trip, but it won't work out. If I don't get at least 10X on that Thursday, I'll keep that portion of the bankroll dedicated to Borgata or Trop.
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Old Apr 8, 17, 3:59 am
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I've collected all the 9 LV badges, giving me 2250 TPs. Does anyone know what the next promotion will be?
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Old Jun 2, 17, 9:20 am
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QUEST FOR REWARDS: LAS VEGAS

Congratulations! You’ve started your Quest for Rewards: Las Vegas. Bookmark this page and check back often. As you visit Total Rewards® destinations in Las Vegas and earn Tier Credits while playing slots and table games and/or spend at least $100 on amenities, you’ll see your badges appear here. If you earn all 45 badges, you’ll receive the maximum rewards of a 12,000 Tier Credit Bonus and 45 entries in a drawing for 26 great prizes, including a Total Rewards status upgrade to Seven Stars level (through January 31, 2018) or a $1,000 dinner for two at Caesars Palace’s Restaurant Guy Savoy. Simply visit a Las Vegas property and begin tracking your Quest for Rewards: Las Vegas progress.*

Outside of that info there are zero specifics. Hopefully someone somewhere finds out whilst in Vegas this week.
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Old Jun 3, 17, 6:51 pm
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https://www.totalrewards.com/content...las-vegas.html

Details are here.
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Old Jun 4, 17, 5:45 am
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Full T&C for interested parties:

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Old Jun 5, 17, 2:19 pm
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Not a fan of table games preferring video poker. How can you tell what your tier credit earnings are at table games or is it just "best guess"?
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Old Jun 5, 17, 7:23 pm
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Not a fan of table games preferring video poker. How can you tell what your tier credit earnings are at table games or is it just "best guess"?
Through the app or I pop the card into a machine a little after I think I've been checked out. That's usually the break in the chain. If you're extra anxious, color up. That way they start ending your session.
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Old Jun 5, 17, 8:02 pm
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Through the app or I pop the card into a machine a little after I think I've been checked out. That's usually the break in the chain. If you're extra anxious, color up. That way they start ending your session.
Thank you.
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Old Aug 23, 17, 9:54 pm
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I've been asking this myself too. Playing JoB, the VP game with the least variance, the theoretical loss on a $250 coin-in is $5 to $10, depeding on the machine's pay table. So an average loss of 90$ for the 9 badges that award you 225*9=2025 TPs. Definitely worth it.

However, table play seems a complete black box. Everybody keeps telling me it depends on the avrage bet and the total time of play. I couldn't get any numbers out of any TR representative or table supervisor. Can anyone please share any past eperience with table TCs earning?

Thanks.

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