Vegas TR Diamond "to dos"

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Old Mar 21, 19, 8:04 pm
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I used it at Nobu at Caesars...just told waiter when check arrived, He asked for TR card and that was it. Ask TR desk for list of restaurants.
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Old Mar 22, 19, 6:46 am
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Re: Free water. You can also pick up a couple bottles at (most) TR (Caesars) desks. Not sure if that is a status thing or just something they give to all members. Haven't tried at all casinos but anytime I've asked at various locations, always got a couple.
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Old Jul 8, 19, 9:11 am
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I also received Diamond via status matching, and hope to utilize the $100 dinner and show tickets. Quick question: do you have to stay on Caesar property to utilize the dinner and show tickets? Thanks.
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Old Jul 8, 19, 10:47 am
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Originally Posted by Troopers View Post
I also received Diamond via status matching, and hope to utilize the $100 dinner and show tickets. Quick question: do you have to stay on Caesar property to utilize the dinner and show tickets? Thanks.
No, you do not have to be staying at a CET property to utilize any diamond benefits.You can just get the voucher and tickets at CR/TR center or just show your diamond card at the restaurant if a voucher is not required.
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Old Jul 8, 19, 10:58 am
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No, you do not have to be staying at a CET property to utilize any diamond benefits.You can just get the voucher and tickets at CR/TR center or just show your diamond card at the restaurant if a voucher is not required.
Ok, thanks. Although I prefer mlife properties (and it's relationship with Hyatt), I may stay at Caesar's for a night just to try it.

Side note, in November, I can't get on Shadow Creek via my host so booked two rounds 25% off at Cascata and Rio Secco as a Diamond.
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Old Jul 8, 19, 11:56 am
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Originally Posted by Troopers View Post
Ok, thanks. Although I prefer mlife properties (and it's relationship with Hyatt), I may stay at Caesar's for a night just to try it.

Side note, in November, I can't get on Shadow Creek via my host so booked two rounds 25% off at Cascata and Rio Secco as a Diamond.
Nice. Cascata is awesome. Enjoy it. I usually prefer MLIFE properties too. But if I do stay at CET properties, Caesars would be the one. Depending on your preferences, I'd choose the Augustus or Octavius tower rooms, or even Palace tower.
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Old Jul 8, 19, 2:03 pm
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Nice. Cascata is awesome. Enjoy it. I usually prefer MLIFE properties too. But if I do stay at CET properties, Caesars would be the one. Depending on your preferences, I'd choose the Augustus or Octavius tower rooms, or even Palace tower.
Thanks! Looking forward to Cascata. Cascata and Shadow Creek are the last two must courses in the area that we haven't played...been fortunate to play all/most the privates too!

Ok, Caesars it will be!
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Old Jul 18, 19, 8:24 am
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FYI: missing Diamond CHeck IN doors on way in, platinum agent was fine... got a newer updated room, decent view , was happy

RE: Dinner... used at Nobu at Caesars... just mentioned when check came... showed TR card, came back , owed $22 (plus tip)... nice
RE: shows... didn't have a chance to use, a few were dark those nights I would have wanted to see (Penn and Teller , IE).

All in all, glad I went with TR over mLife on this trip... no resort fees, totally free room/fee-free and parking free.. plus dinner... good deal!
How were you able to get a free room? I'm looking at the benefits and I only see "Free or discounted hotel stays" but all tiers have access to this.
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Old Jul 18, 19, 9:48 am
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How were you able to get a free room? I'm looking at the benefits and I only see "Free or discounted hotel stays" but all tiers have access to this.
If you sign into your rewards account and check the room calendars, they often show certain comp nights, especially at the lower end properties, even if you never gamble there.
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Old Jul 18, 19, 10:02 am
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If you want to spread the $100 celebration dinner over a couple of meals, you can use it to buy the 24-hour buffet pass. It will also cover the surcharge for Caesar's Baccanal Buffet if you buy the pass there before your first meal.
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Old Jul 22, 19, 11:50 am
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If you want to spread the $100 celebration dinner over a couple of meals, you can use it to buy the 24-hour buffet pass. It will also cover the surcharge for Caesar's Baccanal Buffet if you buy the pass there before your first meal.
Is that true? I just looked up on Caesars Website and it says buffet pass is $79.99 on the weekend and upgrade is for $35 for "dinner". Does $100 bucks cover all of that?
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Old Jul 22, 19, 4:33 pm
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Is that true? I just looked up on Caesars Website and it says buffet pass is $79.99 on the weekend and upgrade is for $35 for "dinner". Does $100 bucks cover all of that?
Is is $69.99 for caesars rewards members, so you’ll end up paying $5 with the caesars upcharge. I did this a few months ago. I did a late dinner at caesars on Friday and brunch and early dinner elsewhere on Saturday.
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Old Jul 22, 19, 7:36 pm
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Is is $69.99 for caesars rewards members, so you’ll end up paying $5 with the caesars upcharge. I did this a few months ago. I did a late dinner at caesars on Friday and brunch and early dinner elsewhere on Saturday.
That's great. good to know and I will probably take advantage of that in 2 weeks.
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Old Aug 13, 19, 5:10 pm
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Yes. If you are solo and want 1 visit to Baccanal + 24 hr pass it should be about 95.00 even on a weekday price 59.99+ 35.00.

Also, You could buy a 247 pass for midweek 59.99 and pay for a guests buffet visit. I have done that in the past. Guest gets a buffet and I get 24hrs buffet good way to not let the 100 value go to waste.
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