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Feast of the gods dinner party

Discussion in 'Comps' started by NandJfrmNJ, Aug 5, 2016.

  1. NandJfrmNJ

    NandJfrmNJ High-Roller

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    Has anyone ever attended this at Caesars? Don't know whether it's worth moving our plans around to attend.
     
  2. Crazycrue

    Crazycrue Low-Roller

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    Never heard of it but sounds interesting. Hopefully someone will respond that has info on this I am curious now too.
     
  3. karens625

    karens625 Low-Roller

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    I actually attended this last year. I don't know if it is worth changing any plans. Lot's of people. Drawing for car, trip, and something else I think. Dinner wasn't bad. 3 or 4 course meal. Had of show with like gladiators. We enjoyed it. Had fun. Probably would go again if I had nothing else to do and I was in town.
    When is it? I figured I would get an invite again this year.

    Karen
     
  4. NandJfrmNJ

    NandJfrmNJ High-Roller

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    Thanks for the info. The date for the party is 10/22 with three free nights 10/21-10/23. No big change in plans, just moving things around so I guess we'll go.
     
  5. grosx2

    grosx2 VIP Whale

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    What was the menu like? I'm guessing it's in one of the banquet halls? Thinking about going this year...
     
  6. Birdie7

    Birdie7 Low-Roller

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    I got the invite but it doesn't really say much, anyone have anymore details as far as what type of food and prizes are available this year? If it's not worth attending I'll just move on to the other offers availableThanks for any info.
     
  7. karens625

    karens625 Low-Roller

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    It was a steak dinner. Sit down meal. No choices. It was in a big banquet hall. There was probably 1000 people. The car they gave away last year was a maserati.
     
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  8. Birdie7

    Birdie7 Low-Roller

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    I can get a Steak dinner at Ellis Island for $7.99 but no chance at a car at about 1000 to 1 odds.
     
  9. Kobra2848

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    According to my invite they have one winner for a Maserati Quattroporte , one winner for a trip to Florence and one winner for a trip to Rome. My offer also included $100 in casino play and up to 5 nights at any of the TR properties.

    Mark
     
  10. Leeza14

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    We are thinking about changing our weekend there so we can attend. Allegiant makes it hard, though, so we shall see. It would be something different, anyway! :)
     
  11. Birdie7

    Birdie7 Low-Roller

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    I wonder if Florence is Hot looking? lol.....
     
  12. NandJfrmNJ

    NandJfrmNJ High-Roller

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    Hmm. Steak dinner. I don't eat steak. We booked it but I'm still not sure. Not likely that we will win any of the prizes but I guess the $100 is something at least.
     
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    I am sure if you are a vegetarian or have food restrictions they will help with that. If it is anything like the 50th party the beef wellington and all of the food was extremely good. Talk with your host or VIP services.........Rick
     
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  14. Birdie7

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    I'm going in September with a Date and I went ahead and cooked the feast also in October. They told me it was dinner for 2. I'm going solo on this trip so I don't have someone to go with to the dinner. I guess I have a month to find someone. I better get busy chirping away.
     
  15. Jtakacs123

    Jtakacs123 Newbie

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    Going next week, not sure about this one. The offer is decent, 5 nights, entry for two, $150 in casino credit and the very slim chance (I'm sure it's rigged) to win a prize.

    My latest offer was much better for next week but I'm going mid week.. $250 cc, full RFB and show tix..

    Tempting tho. I do all my trips through my host which is much better. You can usually get more comps... I just pay him in wine.
     
  16. Jtakacs123

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    At least it's 1000 to 1..
     
  17. totalee

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    The 1000 to 1 is not the real odds. There is only 1 included entry for each party of 2 people, however an additional entry is given for each 25 tier points earned during the 36 hours preceding the event. So some big players may have 500 entries into the drawing. Usually there is a picture station where you can have your pictures taken and given to you in a Ceasars palace sleeve for free, Also the alcohol flows very freely at these events. I am borderline on attending this.