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Have you ever flown comp with Caesars Rewards Air?

Discussion in 'Comps' started by ScottTN, Feb 28, 2020.

  1. ScottTN

    ScottTN Tourist

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    Have you ever flown with Caesars Rewards Air? We have a comp offer to fly from TN to Harrah's Gulf Coast at Biloxi, MS. How was your experience?
     
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    oghuman VIP Whale

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    I took a two flights that were regular airline with regular passengers, I think JetBlue - not sure- but at was a junket to New Orleans with about 10 CET passengers to Harrah's NOLA, it included transportation to and from the casino. I do get somewhat regular offers for Caesars Rewards Air to Atlantic City.
    However, these trips are actually actually stupid for me. I would have to 40 miles east leave a car there or take a cab it both ways. Plus it's actually a longer trip when all is done.
     
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  3. vegasvstr

    vegasvstr Low-Roller

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    Was considering a Biloxi offer from here also, but was iffy about the charter company Swift/iAero Airways and the age of their planes. I'm also curious if anyone has flown on these. I believe they use Sun Country for some charters from what I saw on their site.
     
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  4. NewOrleansSlimm

    NewOrleansSlimm VIP Whale

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    ive done republic air which is a sub company of united air and all was good/ that went from NOLA to Cherokee...few years back I always go the laughlin offer for me and a guest but it was a super early flight out of Baton Rouge which is about a 45 minute to 1 hour drive...I always declined those, now they want to fly out of new orleans when I dont have the 2 person offer
     
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  5. JJLV

    JJLV High-Roller

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    We have done many. Highly recommend! Who doesn't like comp flights/rooms! At this moment I can not think of a problem or issue with any and we have done Vegas, AC, Gulf Coast, New Orleans, the ole Laughlin, Tunica and more. Our next is Tahoe in May. (LOVE TAHOE, If get an offer... GO!) ahhhh I take that back... I did have an issue at AC once, but not bad enough to not go back. Other than that, all flights, ground transfers, and rooms have been great. I believe we have always flown commercial, mixed in with all the regulars just heading to gambling places. (Except Laughlin and Tunica, they always have charters). Our last one was Vegas and I think there were like only 20 or so of us on a full United flight. We have also been on some with quite a few more too. It can vary. AC has always been a lot of us. Guessing 50-60+ or more. I absolutely suggest going. If your play stays up to where you got the first invite, you'll get more. I think most of the Charters have been Sun Country and they were always fine. As I said, I do not recall issues. Good times. You start to recognize all the usual suspects eventually on your flights. They, of course, have them coming in from all over the country, so once at casinos, we even start to recognize and run into Sally and Joe from Dallas . :)
     
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  6. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Yep... many times. Expect a bit extra on waiting around for everyone, but overall, a good experience.
     
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  7. ThePicksHub

    ThePicksHub Low-Roller

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    A lot of professional sports teams use Swift. I doubt they're flying around on sketchy planes. Age is kind of irrelevant if they're taken care of properly. MAX 8's were brand new.
     
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  8. jgates8

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    I have gone to Biloxi a couple of times. Through Minneapolis they run on Sun Country out of the smaller Humphrey Terminal. CET books a certain number of seats on the flight (I believe there were about a dozen of us going to Harrahs). There were also mLife people heading to Beau on the same flight. We received a limo to take us to the hotel and back. If you do have another person book on the same flight they need to get their own transportation to the hotel. Would not hesitate to go again. I love it.

    Have also received offers to Laughlin (every month), and a couple times to Tahoe or Reno (if I remember right same plane but you made selection as to which hotel you wanted to go to). These were all full defined CET planes and I think they may have been on an Allegiant plane? Those have left from the smaller regional airports - LaCrosse, Eau Claire, I believe Green Bay, Appleton etc. My job doesn't work well with being gone at beginning of month and for some reason they are usually 1st-5th etc. If they keep offering them, one of these dates will line up.

    I'd really like to go to New Orleans but no offers for there. Have received AC but it has been at least 5 years.
     
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