Total Rewards

Total Rewards from Harrah's offers an incredible player’s club. In fact, it is considered one of the most prestigious loyalty programs in the world that anyone over 21 can join. Harrah's Total Rewards is offered by the biggest gaming company in the world, operating a huge array of endeavors including casinos, golf courses, and hotels. They’re rolling in it and they want their supporters to enjoy some of the benefits. The Total Rewards program has created a dedicated client base that, by simply frequenting Harrah’s businesses and supporting the company’s investments, are rewarded by an incredible array of perks and benefits. While there are actually hotels and casinos titled Harrah's, including those in Las Vegas and Reno, Harrah's owns many casinos all throughout the US, including many on The Strip in Vegas.

To become a Total Rewards member, the first step is to visit one of Harrah's hotels or casinos in Las Vegas, Atlantic City, or another destination featuring a Harrah's property, and apply at the onsite Total Rewards Center. Only one application is necessary to enjoy the benefits at all locations such as Bally’s Las Vegas and Caesars Palace. Total Rewards Gold is the entry-level card free to those 21 and older. The next tier in Harrah’s Total Rewards is Platinum, presented to those earning more than 4,000 credits over one year. Following is the Diamond Tier requiring 11,000 credits earned per year.

The last, and most valuable, is the Seven Stars tier which requires earnings of 100,000 credits per annum. Seven Stars is offered by an invite from the casino host. This prestigious level comes with a deluge of automatic benefits, from four free nights at any Harrah's property such as Flamingo or Planet Hollywood, to priority service at entertainment venues to a free trip to any Harrah’s property each year and more. Proceed to the casino and start racking up credits by playing either table games or slot machines.

The credits earned through the Total Rewards program equate to redemption for any hotel room under the Harrah's umbrella, any round of golf at a Harrah's course, and virtually any service Harrah’s offers. One credit is earned by spending $5 at a slot machine, or $10 at video poker. Earning credits at table games differs; credits are earned based on average bet, play length, and the type of casino games played. An additional way to earn credits is to apply for and use a Total Rewards Visa card (currently available to US citizens only) which accumulates one credit for each dollar spent. Aside from Vegas casinos, Harrah's properties accepting credits from the Total Rewards program includes Caesars Windsor in Canada.

Several large-scale conglomerates participate in Harrah’s Total Rewards as TR Alliance members. Total Rewards can be earned at more than 500 Starwood hotels. HawaiianMiles earned on Hawaiian Airlines are now interchangeable with Total Rewards credits and can be redeemed at Harrah's spas, for show tickets, meals, and much more by a Total Rewards Gift Card, or exchanged for HawaiianMiles. Total Rewards compensation is now also available from Norwegian Cruise Line via deep discounts and savings on cruises. Gold, Platinum, Diamond, and Seven Stars receive 5%, 10%, 20% and 30% discounts respectively. Las Vegas casinos accepting Total Rewards also include Rio.

The possibilities available just by joining the free Total Rewards program seem endless, especially if loyalty clients frequent Las Vegas on a regular basis. The key to enjoying the perks of Harrah's Total Rewards is to use them quickly because unfortunately, they do expire after six months of earning the last Total Rewards credit. One point must be earned at minimum every six months to keep the accumulation of credits from expiring. The last option is to apply for and use the Total Rewards Visa card which keeps all credits valid under the same rules only instead of playing at the Vegas casinos, members need only use their cards a minimum of every six months.

The list of Total Rewards program benefits is lengthy and gets even longer for Platinum, Diamond, and Seven Stars members. Priority service at hotels, restaurants and clubs, special birthday offers, hundreds of monthly reward credits monthly, and more are major incentives to sign up for Las Vegas’ most noteworthy loyalty program from Harrah's.

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