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Thread: Stacking 7* Signature Experience w/ Casino Play Offer

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    I'm not sure if this is allowed, but we'll see. I booked a Las Vegas 5 Night + Casino Play offer in May and have a confirmation code.

    Now I want to tack on the $500 folio + $500 airfare for 2 Experience Credits. This by itself is OK, according to the Total Rewards supervisor I e-mailed (it would be similar to a 7* annual trip- except your host never gets involved).

    I just replied to her that I already have a room booked, and gave her the room confirmation number and airline ticket info. Hopefully she can tack on the folio credit.

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    I don't see why you can't. We used the $500.00 Nevada folio at New Years when there was no casino play available but I am stacking my annual trip from 2014 with my casino play offer for March.

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    I am pretty sure that the combination of offers as nerakil presented is OK. You have a problem combining offers when they involve using two free play offers simultaneiously or a gift + free play offers that are sent out by "marketing."

    For example, you might run into this problem: You get $500 free play for April 1-3 and there is another offer for a TV April 3-6. It is unlikely they will let you double-dip on this. HOWEVER I have heard of exceptions because players have big play or a generous host.
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    Originally Posted by Alan Mendelson View Post
    I am pretty sure that the combination of offers as nerakil presented is OK. You have a problem combining offers when they involve using two free play offers simultaneiously or a gift + free play offers that are sent out by "marketing."

    For example, you might run into this problem: You get $500 free play for April 1-3 and there is another offer for a TV April 3-6. It is unlikely they will let you double-dip on this. HOWEVER I have heard of exceptions because players have big play or a generous host.
    You used to be able to easily do back-to-back offers (even though it technically wasn't allowed). One time I even talked them into back-to-back-to-back offers.

    That's long gone.

    Now they are VERY hard line about the 48 hours that has to pass between offers -- and you can't even be paying to stay on the property during that 48 hours.

    They might make exceptions for huge action players, but it will never happen again for me.

    BTW, something that IS still allowed is double-dipping in different markets. So if you have an offer on March 14 in Laughlin, you can book another offer on March 15 in Vegas, and that will be okay. You can even stay simultaneously at both properties, though obviously this will drag down your ADT.
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    Speaking of different markets: I've driven to Rincon in the morning for free play -- played it thru -- and then drove up to Vegas immediately thereafter to take a Caesars offer.
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    Originally Posted by Dan Druff View Post
    You used to be able to easily do back-to-back offers (even though it technically wasn't allowed). One time I even talked them into back-to-back-to-back offers.

    That's long gone.

    Now they are VERY hard line about the 48 hours that has to pass between offers -- and you can't even be paying to stay on the property during that 48 hours.

    They might make exceptions for huge action players, but it will never happen again for me.

    BTW, something that IS still allowed is double-dipping in different markets. So if you have an offer on March 14 in Laughlin, you can book another offer on March 15 in Vegas, and that will be okay. You can even stay simultaneously at both properties, though obviously this will drag down your ADT.
    Hmmm, how does marketing divide each region, then? I'm quite surprised you can do this in Laughlin given its proximity to Vegas. There are a couple other cities/markets where I think I could use this to my advantahe, I'm just wondering how they categorize for marketing offer purposes.

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    I believe that this can be done in any 2 markets.

    You can figure out markets by going to caesars.com and scrolling through the list in the "Book a Room" section on the front page. Anything listed in the "Other" section is its own market, and the other markets are clearly defined.

    For example:

    Horseshoe Cleveland and Horseshoe Cincinnati are listed under "Ohio Market", so that's the same market.

    Harrah's Laughlin is listed under "Other", and the Vegas properties are all listed under "Las Vegas", so those are two different markets.

    I will say that sometimes you can still get them to make simultaneous/double-dipped hotel reservations even in the same market. For example, I once had a room at Harrah's Gulf Coast and Harrah's New Orleans at the same time, and those are in the same market. I wasn't using any offers in this case, but rather just wanted to spend a night in Biloxi and didn't want to check out of my New Orleans room yet.

    You need a host to make the second reservation, though. The CCS won't let you, as their computer will show you already booked at the first hotel.
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    Double dipping sounds like spending a lot of time in casinos.
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