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Seven Star Perks in Vegas

Discussion in 'Comps' started by Navynurse1978, Apr 18, 2021.

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  1. Navynurse1978

    Navynurse1978 Low-Roller

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    Hi friends- looking for tips. Planning a huge trip in July. I’m aware of the drink perks- I’m coming in via my Seven Stars Trip. Coming with lots of friends so trying to maximize my benefits. I still have my $500 Diamond Celebration 2020, my $500 Diamond Celebration 2021, and the $500 from the trip. Is there a limit on how much you can spend at one time? Additionally in Vegas you can use toward alcohol correct? Am I allowed to tack on an additional offer to my trip?
    - Are there any Seven Star golf perks in Vegas. My husband is much of a gambler but loves. To play golf.
    -Any tips/guidance is greatly appreciated. My last Vegas trip report (1st trip report :goofy:) I was not 7 stars, so a lot of this is new to me. Thanks in advance for any help!
     
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  2. seaoftranquilitycruiser

    seaoftranquilitycruiser Low-Roller

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    1. No limit on how many diamond celebration $100 credits used at one time. Alcohol is included, as long as the venue is on the list of venues accepting the diamond celebration dinner credit for 7 stars. I have always been able to add an additional offer to my trip by calling my host.
    2. Golf perks unknown to me.
    3. Tips -- enjoy!!
     
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  3. Mad Dog

    Mad Dog Low-Roller

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    If you have a good host they should proactively look for offers that can be added. My host will add the best one available now, and also keep an eye open for additional or better offers that she can add later. Last Sept for my 7* Retreat she was able to confirm us in a mini suite prior to arrival and confirm other family members in rooms near by. If you don’t have a Vegas host but have a host at other properties, ask them who they know in Vegas. That relationship might work to your advantage if they reach out on your behalf.

    Honestly, the perks for being 7*are much diminished with the closure of the Lounges and the chintzy drink ticket policy. I have resigned myself to a food and beverage run on our way in from the airport and happy hours in our room with family and friends.

    7* front of line access to the pools is still a benefit. 7* lines at the cages, TR and maybe at check-in may save you time.
     
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  4. vegasmeister

    vegasmeister Tourist

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    Check out this page at sevenstarsinsider.com:

    http://www.sevenstarsinsider.com/seven-stars-benefits-casino-by-casino

    Here is what it currently says about golf:

    • Exclusive of certain "high demand" times, once every six months Seven Stars cardholders – staying at a Caesars property in Las Vegas – and up to three guests receive a complimentary round of golf both at Cascata and Rio Secco Golf Club. The cardholder’s Companion cardholder may use the benefit in place of the Seven Stars cardholder. (The Companion cardholder must show the card with a valid ID to check-in at the course.) An executive host must make arrangements for the golf outing. NOTE: This golf outing may be used only once every six months in Las Vegas, and not once every six months per Caesars property in Las Vegas. (Additional accompanying guests of Seven Stars and Diamond cardholders may be eligible for discounts off the prevailing greens fee rate, but there may be a limit to the total maximum number of players eligible.)
     
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  5. LOCALGAMBLER77

    LOCALGAMBLER77 Local Las Vegan

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    I have been lucky to have travelled to many (probably most) of the Caesars properties across the U.S. but I live here in Las Vegas. In my opinion, the Seven Stars perks in Las Vegas are the worst compared to the other properties across the U.S. There is no Seven Stars lounge (this is ridiculous), they will not easily "comp" a dinner for you without using Reward Credits (as they may do in other locations), and so forth. I just think we get short-changed here in Las Vegas as Seven Stars players. In the "old" days -- going back about 10 years or so, it was entirely different.
     
  6. Mad Dog

    Mad Dog Low-Roller

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    Agreed, that 7* benefits seem to be more generous almost everywhere other than in Vegas. Of course it is hard at times to differentiate between host benefits and 7* benefits, but regardless, my comps and upgrades are almost always better outside of Vegas.
     
  7. Navynurse1978

    Navynurse1978 Low-Roller

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    @Mad Dog - thank you for the reply. I didn’t know there was a head of line privilege for the pool. I do have a host. She’s at Caesars Palace. Last summer she put me in the Palace Premium Studio - which I love because of the two bathrooms. I get lots of offers for the Vegas market just didn’t know if I could attach.
     
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  8. Navynurse1978

    Navynurse1978 Low-Roller

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    @vegasmeister - thank you for sharing. Hubs is looking up the courses now.
     
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  9. alexm

    alexm VIP Whale

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    It doesn't just seem to be that they are more generous outside of Vegas, they are and need to be. With TC bonuses, 7 stars is the easiest level to achieve so in Vegas where gambling priority is reduced already, and tourism (non-Covid) is high and automatic, they generally don't feel the need to take care of all players equally and as such they lower what they give to everyone and comp the bigger players better. By contrast, at a property like Harrah's philadelphia, or even Caesars AC, relies far more on gambling for revenue, and has a less reliable tourism market (AC is maybe 4.5 months to make 11 months of revenue) chester pa has no tourism, and so they offer far more to players who they know will at least play.
     
  10. oghuman

    oghuman VIP Whale

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    My trip in couple of weeks my retreat to Vegas my host gave me an additional $500 free play and got me discounted tickets to Rod Stewart concert. Plus she always takes me and my guest(s) with me on my trip she treats us to lunch(really a dinner) Harrah's Oyster Bar.
    This trip she got us a Julius Executive Queen Suite for me and my friend.
    BTW, I also take care of my host in return.
     
  11. Vegas28m

    Vegas28m Medium Roller, Chicago

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    Wow! I’m 7 stars and all my host does is book my trip and adds an offer. Once she screwed up the limo and did nothing to compensate after waiting an hour for it to show up which never did.
     
  12. oghuman

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