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Where to use Citywide Resort Credit (CET)

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by Canuckgem, Apr 23, 2017.

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  1. Canuckgem

    Canuckgem Tourist

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    I've received a small resort credit with my room reservation at Ballys and have been trying to decide how to use it. My thoughts are to either go for a blow out meal at Bacchanal or split it between the other less expensive buffets. Any suggestions? Please bear in mind that an expensive steak dinner is wasted on me as I'm not really a big "foodie".

    Also, (silly question I know), I've never charged anything back to my room in all my visits to Las Vegas. Do they give you a card or something to use? How do they know if you're actually staying where you say you are? What is the process for charging back?

    Thanks for any and all information received.
     
  2. grosx2

    grosx2 Have fun storming the castle!

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    They used to give you a slip of paper to use when doing room charges, that seems to be disappearing in the last couple years though. Seems like some properties do and some don't now.

    Make sure you let them know at check in that you want the option to room charge and they will explain the process. When doing a room charge, you will just need to present your photo id (and signed room charge slip if they gave you one at check in) and tell them your hotel and room #. They will verify the info then bring you a bill to sign, similar to what you would get if you ran a credit card. With CET props, you can room charge from any establishment, even if you are staying at a different property, e.g. you can stay at Ballys and charge Caesars Bacchanal buffet to your room.

    When in Vegas, always charge everything possible to your room, then speak to a host before you leave. You might get some comped based on your gambling. Worst case is you didn't earn any comps, then it just gets paid by you credit card on file anyways. But if you pay by credit card at the point of sale, you have zero chance for back end comps.
     
  3. Canuckgem

    Canuckgem Tourist

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    Thank you for that information.
     
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