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First time Diamond card

Discussion in 'Comps' started by jpatter471, Dec 23, 2013.

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  1. jpatter471

    jpatter471 Low-Roller

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    Hello!!! I visit Vegas every year, but this year I am going with my father-in-law who just got his first Diamond card from our local Horseshoe Casino. I was wondering if you could help me find out what the best diamond perks are in Vegas since he only uses his diamond card back home. I've researched the Diamond lounges and know about restaurants having their own lines. I was just wondering if there were some other benefits that the TR website didn't list specifically for Vegas such as show tickets or spa discounts.
    Thanks!!!
    Jen
     
  2. NickyDim

    NickyDim VIP Whale

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    Paris has a real nice Diamond lounge, with some good hot food. You get 2 show tickets of choice (limited shows). He may be entitled to a $100 dinner voucher. Seperate check-in room, auto suite upgrade, and you get to head to the front of the line in any CET hotel. We got to pass many to take the first elevator up to the top of the Eiffel tower.

    Hope that helps a bit. I'm sure there are some other perks I'm not remembering right now.
     
  3. sybgal

    sybgal VIP Whale

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    He can go to any TR desk and they will print his $100 Diamond Celebration dinner voucher to spent at any CET restaurant. He can also get 2 free show tickets to any CET mid-level (usually) shows they have on their Diamond list that month.(some shows are always on the list while they sometimes add a higher tier show) Last I heard.... The Million Dollar Quartet & Penn & Teller were on the list. Once we were able to get The Jersey Boys. Get the voucher at the TR desk to take to the box office. The buffet / restaurants have a separate entrance for Diamond cardholders.

    Diamond members get 20% off CET stores and possibly all their spas....I know the discount was taken at Paris last year. If you use the free shuttle to or from the Rio, the driver should ask if anyone is a Diamond or 7Stars member to allow you to board at the front of the line.
     
  4. jpatter471

    jpatter471 Low-Roller

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    Thanks for the info! We booked a Jubilee room at Bally's. Excited!
     
  5. astrong1

    astrong1 Newbie

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    Hi Jen - I'm in the Cincy are as well. If the diamond card your father-in-law received was a "tier match" card, he won't be eligible for the $100 diamond celebration dinner in Vegas. However, he can still get the 2 free show tickets and priority seating, special diamond lines, etc. Make sure to visit the various diamond lounges while you're there. I especially enjoyed the one in Caesar's.
     
  6. sybgal

    sybgal VIP Whale

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    What is a "tier match" Diamond card? Never heard of that....
     
  7. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Match is some special deal to get new members.

    Did your father EARN the Diamond card via play?

    You probably should/could have posted this under COMPS for more input.
     
  8. domeboy

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    With a diamond card in Vegas, you get the perks mentioned above, but I have found you are treated a little better than the lower tier patrons. The diamond check-ins are great, and at Paris they usually call you a couple days before to see if you need anything. This is a good time to try and get an upgrade.

    At buffets and restaurants they usually give you VIP service, and some hotels have diamond floors with extras like coffee makers.
     
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