Caesars Rewards "tier" inflation

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dinghy
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Caesars Rewards "tier" inflation

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Is this the highest I've seen?

https://www.caesars.com/grand-victoria- ... multiplier

Grand Victoria Elgin (Chicago), up to 20x TCs. But it's a mystery swipe, so could be anything as little as 2x.

Earning limit is not disclosed on the web page.

What would you do if they offered a choice -- pick either RCs or TCs to be multiplied.

I think I'd have to go for the points because you can't spend TCs and the benefits are of debatable value beyond the 150k Seven Stars minimum. Also if you pick the RC multiplier, you can still multiply your TCs somewhat by playing to one of the daily session thresholds (1k/2.5k/5k).

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Post by onemoretry »

dinghy wrote:
Wed May 03, 2023 7:16 am

I think I'd have to go for the points because you can't spend TCs and the benefits are of debatable value beyond the 150k Seven Stars minimum. Also if you pick the RC multiplier, you can still multiply your TCs somewhat by playing to one of the daily session thresholds (1k/2.5k/5k).
I would certainly agree with that decision.

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I don't think that even a 20x multiplier would be enough to entice me to play at Grand Victoria.

But those who do play there - I wish you nothing but good luck.

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With 3 months remaining, I've secured my 7 Stars renewal (150k TC), but only just.

I think I have a good chance of reaching 250k before year end, but it's not a big priority. The 250k achievement awards an experience credit redeemable for either a trip or a $500 dining credit attached to a hotel stay. The trips are sometimes difficult to arrange because of typical Caesars customer service challenges. I would likely choose the dining credit, but would much prefer payment in reward credits as was sometimes available years ago when 7 Stars players were less commonplace.

I have no chance of reaching 500k this year. The 500k level is sometimes considered its own tier, known as 7 Stars Elite. At 500k, you get another experience credit, plus a better gift at signature events, and 2 Vegas nights in a "suite."

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dinghy wrote:
Fri Sep 22, 2023 6:39 pm
With 3 months remaining, I've secured my 7 Stars renewal (150k TC), but only just.
We got to 168,000 by the end of June, and have no particular desire to go after something higher.

We will be putting in some play on our upcoming trip, but it's unlikely we'll try very hard for more tier credits. The reward credit multipliers do, however, look somewhat attractive.

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onemoretry wrote:
Sun Sep 24, 2023 6:24 pm
The reward credit multipliers do, however, look somewhat attractive.
Standard limitation at the Row is 30k total for vp, 100k slots. So on the 20x RC multiplier, vp action would be limited to 1500 base.

That's assuming they treat each multiplier day as a separate promotional period. It's hard to get a definitive answer on anything from the booth.

Incidentally, I should have written dining credits plural, because they allow you to draw against a folio allowance. You don't have to spend the full $500 in one meal, thankfully. Mileage may vary in other situations. At the Row, I think their mailer dining offers are all-at-once, if I was informed correctly.

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Post by TripleTriple »

dinghy wrote:
Fri Sep 22, 2023 6:39 pm
With 3 months remaining, I've secured my 7 Stars renewal (150k TC), but only just.
Congratulations! To both of you!

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