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CET Buffet of buffets question?

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by InThayne, May 28, 2013.

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  1. InThayne

    InThayne Newbie

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    This may be an odd question, but do they still make you wear a wristband when you get a 24 hour Buffet of Buffets pass? Would that be the same if you used the free passes from the new Total Rewards Visa promo? Wristbands are a dealbreaker for one of my friends. Also, does anyone have up to date info on the up charge for the Bacchanal Buffet when using the BoB pass? Thanks for your help. We are visiting in late June and all 4 of us got the Visa card, so we will have two passes each. Any buffet strategy ideas would be appreciated!
     
  2. Nevyn

    Nevyn VIP Whale

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    Ive never seen them use wristbands (just give you a receipt), but havent been in some time.

    Not sure on the upcharge, but it should be on the TR site
     
  3. tringlomane

    tringlomane STP Addicted Beer Snob

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    We didn't have a wristband in 2011, But I assumed it was for those that didn't want a Total Rewards card.
     
  4. socalvegasfan

    socalvegasfan Tourist

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    Hi,

    Yes, they still use wristbands for people without a TR card or under age 21 who can't yet get a card.

    Maybe you can tell your friend to sign up for a card, and they can just show the card when eating.

    Here's information for the upcharge for Caesars:

    breakfast--add an extra $15 per person per visit
    lunch-- add an extra $20 per person per visit
    dinner--add an extra $25 per person per visit.

    I like the buffet, but it can be kinda expensive though.

    Hope this helps. Cheers!
     
  5. socalvegasfan

    socalvegasfan Tourist

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    OH! and another thing that I forgot: the BoB price is cheaper if you buy it before 11 am Friday or after 11 am Sunday.

    Too bad they started charging an extra fee for weekends for BoB. Sucks! :nono:
     
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