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Caesars Sweetheart Celebration Ball

Discussion in 'Comps' started by Vhaniotis, Jan 25, 2015.

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  1. Vhaniotis

    Vhaniotis Tourist

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    Hi again,

    Anyone ever been to the Caesars Sweetheart Celebration Valentines day Ball?
    Not many details on the flyer received on dress code, supper, etc.

    Any details are appreciated as I am wondering if I should change a current offer of play and resort credit for this offer.

    Thanks
     
  2. saeldway

    saeldway Low-Roller

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    Went last year. Not worth it. Food is worse than NYE. They have a drawing among 2500 people about an hour in. I think it started about 7pm and we were back in our room by 830, and there were about 1500 people that headed out before us. If you'd still like to go, for guys, it was slacks and dress shirt for me. I saw a couple of people in jeans but that wasn't the norm.
     
  3. oldarmy

    oldarmy Low-Roller

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    I am going to this event. Wish someone would fill us in.
     
  4. TIMSPEED

    TIMSPEED !địt mẹ!

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    LOL, I always went to casino events in whatever clothes I had on (I always seen high rollers wearing shorts and a t-shirt; even at a "black tie affair" HAHAHA)
     
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  5. jfw831

    jfw831 Tourist

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    in Ac, the wife and me have been to alot of casino events, i wear jeans and a decent shirt, nothing special anymore, even their high end restaurant's, shorts, fruit of loom tee, white socks and my sneaks. Years, many many years ago, you had to have a sports jacket to enter the casino, I was told, as long as you pay that tip, who cares today.
     
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