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Can Total Rewards take away offers?

Discussion in 'Comps' started by nsideirish, Apr 16, 2013.

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  1. nsideirish

    nsideirish Low-Roller

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    Ok, here's the backstory:

    I was out there for March Madness and got my ass kicked so didn't gamble a whole lot at Caesars properties. I am planning another trip for mid-August. Right now, I have a pretty good offer at Paris for free nights & $500 in Reel Rewards that I'll probably run through a VP or slot machine.

    My question is: Is it possible for them to evaluate my play from my March trip and decide to take away that August offer? I haven't booked the offer yet because I like to wait and see if any better offers roll in closer to that date but if there is a chance they can take that offer away, I may just book it now.
     
  2. Nevyn

    Nevyn VIP Whale

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    I suppose that yes, its possible, and if there's no deposit required, no reason not to book.

    But in my experience, when your rating goes down, they don't cancel the offers already showing, you just stop seeing new ones added.
     
  3. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    I am sure they will not take away a booked offer.

    But, even for a good player, offers are always subject to availability - sort of like airfares..well, not the same. What I am trying to say, they can always say a certain offer is sold out.

    Get it booked before they change their mind.
     
  4. Ike

    Ike Low-Roller

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    Just book it now. There are no cancellation fees, no up front costs, and if you get something better you can always change it.
     
  5. BKCallaway83

    BKCallaway83 Tourist

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    Book the offer ND. They can take the offer away. I know first hand since it happened to me, but not after one trip. I did consecutive no plays on offers and they finally took my offers away. In your case with only a trip in between, you'll be alright.
     
  6. nsideirish

    nsideirish Low-Roller

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    Thanks guys. Booking today. Just got to decide between the $500 in Reel Rewards or the $500 in a gas gift card!
     
  7. Ike

    Ike Low-Roller

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    I got the same thing. Any details on the gas card...which stations, etc?
     
  8. socalvegasfan

    socalvegasfan Tourist

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    Hi, I remember a friend receiving Shell gas cards last year.
     
  9. mentat

    mentat Tourist

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    Shell last year and they mail it to you.
     
  10. nsideirish

    nsideirish Low-Roller

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    I took the Reel Rewards. Yes, my degeneracy won.
     
  11. jrp227

    jrp227 Tourist

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    I've no played them last summer and took a cruise and a 500 shopping gift card and never lost a future offer that was reserved. Of course, the good offers eventually went away. However, showing real strong play the last couple of trips, I can still book rooms for any property on any day. I don't think you have anything to worry about
     
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