VIP treatment at Caesars locations in Las Vegas

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  1. The Winger
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    The Winger Silver Member

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    "Glide through some of Las Vegas’ most prestigious venues like a high roller with a Caesars VIP Access Pass. Air Canada Altitude™ has partnered up with Caesars to offer this pass to Air Canada Altitude Super Elite™ 100K members.

    Simply present your 2015 Air Canada Altitude card at the Total Rewards Center at Caesars Palace, The Cromwell or Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino and you’ll receive a VIP Access Pass that grants you special-access benefits for one full year from date of issue for you and a guest.*

    There is no need to register in advance or book a hotel stay in order to be eligible.

    Show your VIP Access Pass at participating locations with Diamond Priority Service and you’ll receive preferred access to:

    Taxi Lines All Pools Entertainment Venues Nightclubs Restaurants and Buffets Showrooms
    Caesars Palace The Cromwell Bally’s Flamingo Harrah’s Paris Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino Rio All-Suites Hotel & Casino The LINQ

    With your VIP Access Pass in hand, you can bet on a truly enhanced experience."


    This is a nice perk that I wish I had 2 weeks ago! I will be back in September and be sure to sign up then.
     
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    I got the same offer as an E75K as well. Wonder what the minimum status is for the offer.
     
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    I didn't see anything about guaranteed wins at any of the games. some benefit!!!:p
     
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    Now, the guaranteed win programme?

    1) It was designed by the summer student who came up with the notion of onboard ad-hoc upgrades for weight and balance.

    2) The only difference in the programmes is that, in the case of the guaranteed win programme, it's an ad-hoc decision by the croupier, rather than the SD.

    3) From item 2) above it therefore follows that you ought to tip the croupier most generously. Of course, actual in-game conditions may vary, and the provision of a tip on an a priori basis does not actually guarantee a win. See dealer for details.
     
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