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Ceasars Rewards Program Overview
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Earning Credits each year can get you some pretty fantastic perks including FREE Trips, VIP lines, Lounge Access, Comped Rooms, FREE Show Tickets and more! The higher your status, the better the benefits you get. When initially joining, you will be a Gold Tier Level. Moving up to higher Tier levels typically vary depending on your activity with the brands. This is typically by gambling and hotel stays. However, we have a Basic Travel Strategy to move you up a little faster.
2 Ways to Earn Status
There are two ways to move up to a higher level of Status with Caesars Rewards. First, as stated above, to move up Tier Levels is by earning those credits by gambling, booking a room, or making purchases in a partner casino. This old fashioned way can take a long time unless you are a high roller gambler.
The Second option to quickly move up the ranks is by completing a Caesars Rewards Status Match. In order to be eligible to do this match, you must already have Status with Wyndham Hotels and Resorts. If you don’t have status with Wyndham, it is possible to do a status match from a number of participating brands to achieve it. You can check out How to Match with Wyndham HERE.
The highest status that you can match from Wyndham to Caesars Rewards is Diamond Status. This is the Elite Status that opens the doors to many opportunities within Wyndham and Caesars Brands.
Diamond Status with Caesars Rewards will provide you with the following perks:
2 FREE Nights at Caesars Bluewaters Dubai
Complimentary valet & self-parking
$100 Annual Celebration Dinner
Complimentary 4 night stay at Atlantis, Paradise Island in The Bahamas
Comped and Discounted Rooms at Caesars Rewards Properties
2 FREE Show Tickets per Month
Basic Breakdown to Match your Wyndham Diamond to Caesars Rewards Diamond
1. Create or Log into your Caesars Rewards Account
2. Click Partners at the top and Scroll down to Wyndham Rewards
3. Click on “I’m a Wyndham Rewards Member and Match My Status”
4. Enter your Wyndham Rewards Number and Click Request Matching Status
5. Up to 7 business days to Become Caesars Rewards Diamond!
There you have it! 5 Basic Steps to Match your Wyndham Status to Caesars Rewards. Now the hardest part is figuring out where to use your $100 Celebration Dinner Voucher, which FREE Show to see, and finding time to take advantage of that FREE to trip to the Atlantis in the Bahamas. Enjoy your time with the free perks and be sure to make a note when your Diamond stats expires in your Caesars Rewards account! Be sure to leave us a comment or post in our Facebook Group about how you utilized your Caesars Rewards Status Match!
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