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Seven Stars - 2 free suite nights with 500,000 tc

Discussion in 'Comps' started by pfunk, Jan 13, 2022 at 4:36 PM.

  1. pfunk

    pfunk Low-Roller

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    What kind of suite could you expect from this benefit? Anyone have any previous experiences?
     
  2. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Are you saying they will give you 500,000 TC, or you get this with 500,000 TC?

    I am second level Diamond and often get suite nights anyways.

    ???
     
  3. notfromconcentrate

    notfromconcentrate Connoisseur of dive casinos and obnoxious outfits

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    I believe the OP is referring to the accommodations included with experiences you can get with the Seven Stars “experience credits” that you earn with every 250,000 TCs in a given gaming year.

    As a low-roller I obviously have no firsthand knowledge of this so I’ll defer to our resident high-rollers to provide actual anecdotes. But as is the case with any benefit you’re not paying for, I believe they keep it vague for a reason since it will vary based on things like availability, demand for suites from players who aren’t staying on offers like these (and thus are more likely to generate more revenue), and how likely the player booking this experience is to play big during their stay.

    OP it may help to mention which exact property/properties you’re considering using this benefit at.

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  4. robswins

    robswins Low-Roller

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    No, the suite nights are different than experience credits. OP is talking about the rewards outlined here: https://www.caesars.com/myrewards/sevenstars/elite-benefits

    I tried to use the suite nights from that page on my 7 Stars trip to Vegas last summer, and my host basically put me off about it, then ended up just giving me a suite for the trip based on my play elsewhere. I rarely put in much play in Vegas as when I go out there it's for a bachelor party or just to meet up with friends and have a good time.

    That being said, I'd expect the lowest level suite your host can get away with giving you, unless your play merits a suite already.
     
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  5. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Ah.... this is like that other "silly" benefit that gives out free nights - but almost everyone can do better without it.

    Can not imagine anyone with 500k not getting suites anytime they want it.
     
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  6. notfromconcentrate

    notfromconcentrate Connoisseur of dive casinos and obnoxious outfits

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    I cringe at the idea this could end up being a room at the Rio, since they’re all technically “suites” :eek:
     
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  7. vegasvstr

    vegasvstr VIP Whale

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    Unless one of those Palazzo villas you've mentioned.

    Typical CET list a vague benefit so it's easy to deflect or stick someone in a cheap suite.
    One would hope it would be a two level / presidential type suite.
    Hopefully a host can help you.
     
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  8. EzE

    EzE Low-Roller

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    I've been at least 500k for many years before Covid, and a few 1m years and I didn't get suites anytime I wanted them. Most of the time they were available, but not anytime I wanted them.
     
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  9. EzE

    EzE Low-Roller

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    haven't been able to make 500k since 2018, but last I had this there was an 'offer' in the app that you could select and it would show what was available to you. I don't remember seeing anything amazing that would make me want to use the benefit as it would block me from using other offers.

    CET has recategorized some of their non suites into suites recently. Things like the corner Palace/Octavius/Augustus regular rooms are now classed as 'Suites' and they are maybe a few feet bigger than the normal room, but you get 2 walls of windows, but not really a suite.
     
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  10. FABismonte

    FABismonte Tell my wife I am "about even."

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    Do the Seven Stars Elite -- Suite Benefits include the girl as advertised?

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  11. FABismonte

    FABismonte Tell my wife I am "about even."

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    On occasion I have been offered a suite but unless I am expecting to put in some serious gambling hours on that trip, I usually turn the suite down as I need to "pay" for a suite with action before I am entitled to any discretionary comps (food charged to the room) upon checkout.
     
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  12. pfunk

    pfunk Low-Roller

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    They advertise it as "premium" suite which is why I asked and I'm curious if 2 BR or 3 BR suites would be allowed under this.
     
  13. dankyone

    dankyone VIP Whale

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    The thing is, the hosts don’t know or care about this. Call the 1-800 number? Don’t make me laugh.

    There should be a way to get a true “premium” suite using this benefit without taking away from other comps you might be entitled to on the trip, but since the hosts don’t know how to do it it’s not going to happen. You're going to struggle to explain what you are talking about and they are going to give you whatever you normally qualify for. Typical CET.
     
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  14. dankyone

    dankyone VIP Whale

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    Well, FAB, I don’t know but she isn’t included with a standard room at NOBU where that pic was taken…
     
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  15. Flowers

    Flowers VIP Whale

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    That is so ridiculous @EzE given your level of play. I just don't get CET.
     
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  16. MisterD

    MisterD Tourist

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    I am a 7 star player and I always stay at flamingo I always get the biggest best suite they have with the wood room floors.. its pretty good but for the 2 star 2 night suite I got a one of the lower end villas at chasers.. it was so amazing wish I could get it all the time.. so I would use it either at Planet Hollywood or Ceasers as they have the best SUITE in CET.. all the other hotels is you are 7star you should be getting the best room all the time..
     
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  17. pfunk

    pfunk Low-Roller

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    Gives me hope if you used the benefit and got a villa.
     
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  18. Legion

    Legion Low-Roller

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    Some will say a nice tip would do the trick
     
  19. Attaboy

    Attaboy Low-Roller

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    I can only speak to Caesar’s Vegas but I’ve never not received a suite or villa as a 7-star.
     
  20. robswins

    robswins Low-Roller

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    If you're a 7 Stars from playing in Vegas, yeah you absolutely should get a suite anywhere. If you go to Vegas once a year at most and earn all of your points elsewhere, it's another story.