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Can you use multiple CET freeplay/cash offers on the same trip?

Discussion in 'Comps' started by horty, Aug 22, 2014.

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  1. horty

    horty Newbie

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    Hi all...sorry for the long post.

    I haven't been to LV in nearly 5 years (we do all our gambling at the CET properties in Tahoe) but I've had the serious Vegas itch lately so I decided to check current offers. My wife and I have a total of three different freeplay offers that are overlapping and I'm wondering if CET will let us redeem all three at the same time. We've never had a problem redeeming multiple freeplay offers in Tahoe but the wording on these Vegas offers differs a bit from our normal Tahoe offers. Both of my offers have codes but only one of them says "only valid when booked on this offer"

    My two offers:
    1. Valid 09/02/2014 - 12/27/2014
    $200 in Reel Rewards or table vouchers to play @ any Caesars property. Restrictions apply. Only valid when booked on: XXXX.

    2. Valid 10/01/2014 - 10/31/2014
    Enjoy 3 free nights @ any Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas property (10/1-31), and receive $450 Casino Play & 2 High Roller tickets! Book online or call 1-800-503-0463 & mention code: YYYY

    Wife's offer:
    Valid 09/15/2014 - 12/29/2014
    Enjoy $150 in casino play @Caesars, Harrah's, Flamingo, Bally's, Rio, Paris, The Quad or Planet Hollywood! Valid 09/15/14-12/29/14. You MUST be accompanied to the cashier's cage by a Casino Host to redeem your coupon

    So what do you guys think? Would we be able to redeem all three offers? I'm not the type to book multiple rooms just to get the perks that come with it but obviously if they are willing to give us all three offers I'd be more than happy to accept.

    Thanks in advance and sorry for the long post

    horty
     
  2. Aces and Eights

    Aces and Eights VIP Whale

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    I've been able to use only one offer per trip. And I couldn't even use two different offers back-to-back unless there were a minimum number of days between stays, I think three days. Sometimes, the host can do things that the regular reservation personnel can't. You can always ask your host.
     
  3. ajp

    ajp High-Roller

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    I think you could book your best offer, then have wife book a room for herself with her offer. Check in like you are getting two rooms but only use the one.
     
  4. PHVHost

    PHVHost CET Casino Host

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    To answer your question, you can only book one offer at a time without approval. If you have multiple offers that aren't for the same dates but run sequentially, you can book them as long as you have 2 nights (48 hrs) in between offer bookings. If you plan to stay in your room during that time, those nights would have to be booked under a host rate and can be comped off based on play end of trip. At the end of that 2 day period, the second offer will activate.

    If you have two people (i.e. a spouse or friend) that each have an offer, both can book the offer in the same room since we split the room into two separate folios for each player.

    If you want to stack offers, it has to go through approval, which is usually my director. We never stack hard cost offers (gift cards, major events, etc) to another hard cost offer, but sometimes if the player demonstrates greatly increasing play or is playing way above and beyond what the offer should be, we can seek approval. Approval for offer increases or stacking is very, very rare, and you have to demonstrate that your play greatly exceeds that which initiated the offer in the first place.

    Hope this helps!

    Hunter
     
  5. horty

    horty Newbie

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    Thanks for the replies guys.
     
  6. wlt

    wlt Tourist

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    Does this mean each spouse is expected to play toward the comp for half the room cost?

    WLT
     
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