Going on vacation or a get away can be expensive, no matter the location; East Coast, Disneyland, Hawaii, Las Vegas, etc, and you might end up regretting taking the trip later, but how can you put a price tag on memories?
The Total Rewards program which is includes the properties of Caesar’s Palace, Harrah’s, Bally’s, the Rio, the Cromwell, Plant Hollywood, the LINQ Las Vegas, and Paris. And these are just the Las Vegas properties!! Many more in other states!
One small way I found to save some money if your planning a Las Vegas vacation within the next 6-9 months is to apply for the Total Rewards credit card. After your approved for this card, you only have to spend $750 in 90 days to earn 10,000 rewards points, not included is what you also earn on your spend.
What you earn when you use this card:
- 5X the points for every $1 spend at a Total Rewards Destination
- 2X the points for every $1 spent on gas, groceries, and airlines
- 1X the points on everything else
A reward for being offered to targeted new card holders is your choice of:
- Two tickets to a show at a Total Rewards destitnation OR
- One night stay at a Total Rewards Destination OR
- Two buffet passes at a Total Rewards Destination OR
- Two tickets for the High Roller
The e-mail I received has these bonus offers, but when I go straight to the Total Rewards credit card web page, the bonuses are not mentioned.
One word of advice is that the tickets for the High Roller are only good during day light hours, which tends be not as impressive as night time over the Las Vegas skyline.
While the accumulation of the rewads points may not seem like it would get you a suite at Caeser’s, the bonus rewards can make getting this credit card worth it. One of the biggest pluses to this card? No annual fee and you get automatic Platinum status!!!
To maintain the Platinum status, you would have to spend $5000 annually on the card, which is pretty easy to do.