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Did Caesars Rewards Remove 2 Free Show Tickets As A Diamond Perk?

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Do Caesars Rewards Diamond Members Still Get 2 Free Show Tickets
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Do Caesars Rewards Diamond Members Still Get 2 Free Show Tickets?

Over the last few weeks I have been reminding everyone to status match from Wyndham Rewards to Caesars Rewards to ensure you secure Caesars Diamond status for the year.  I also let you know that Founderscard recently extended their partnership with Caesars Rewards for another year, in case you are not on the status match train.  One of the perks we often talk about with Caesars Rewards Diamond is the two free show tickets every month. It is a great perk that can bring you hundreds of dollars in value each trip. But some commenters were perplexed to see that Caesars Rewards had removed free show tickets from the status benefits page. That left many wondering, do Caesars Rewards Diamond members still get 2 free show tickets?

Update 9/30/21: I went to the Caesars Rewards desk a week ago and asked if there were any new shows added. They are still only offering 2 tickets to the Linq Higher Roller or the Bodies exhibit.

Perks of Caesars Rewards Diamond Status

Before we get into the current state of the free show tickets let’s take a look at all that Caesars Rewards Diamond status has to offer. Remember that you can achieve diamond status via the status match game, the Wyndham Rewards Business card or Founderscard.

Do Caesars Rewards Diamond Members Still Get 2 Free Show Tickets

What Happened?

After reading this I went to the benefits to double check and noticed it had been removed.  There had been no news of a change so that had me wondering if it was just because shows were mostly closed right now.  They came back for a bit, but we covered on MtM Vegas that they shut down again right after opening.  Could they have made this move so people don’t think they will be getting free shows on their current trips when that isn’t possible?

I reached out to their Twitter team for clarification on the subject and this is what they had to say:


So it does appear that it was pulled solely because the lack of options.  The only thing open that qualifies for tickets is Real Bodies at Bally’s Las Vegas right now.  I saw the exhibit many years ago when it was at the Tropicana.  It isn’t worth going out of the way for but if you have some time to burn you might as well check it out.

It sounds like the old shows will be added to the list as they are allowed to open again.  That could be a while though, and I imagine getting tickets will be harder than ever with lowered capacity.

Final Thoughts

It looks like we have answered the question, do Caesars Rewards Diamond members still get two free show tickets.  Yes they do, even if it isn’t a listed benefit right now. Unfortunately the options are limited to one right now as well. That should improve over time and I imagine the benefit will end up back on the listed perks page once more shows open and things get back to semi normal.

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  1. Gone for good – thanks El Dorado mgmt. I understand during COVID when shows were dark or capacity severely limited but not having them now means they aren’t coming back. Seats are empty for those shows anyway so doesn’t cost anything.

    Also in AC Laurel Lounges are now either closed (Caesars), bar only (Trop) or minimal food (Harrahs). Diamond elite can get in Seven Star lounges (although with some limitations on food selection) but Diamond Plus are basically screwed. After many years of 35,000-60,000 Tier Credits earned gambling I am cutting back in 2023. Likely will get base Diamond just to avoid resort fees and get room discounts or comps but no reason IMHO to aim higher unless you strive for Diamond Elite (75,000 TCs) or Seven Star (150,000 TCs) and I’m not gambling the half million or more it would require.

    At least comped to MGM Gold w Hyatt so have that as an option

  2. I discovered this too on our last trip with the same response. I am still a little nervous in riding The High Roller in all honesty. The day after our trip concluded, it had a 90 minute shut down impacting 150 guests being stuck.

    But to echo Mark’s comments, the Caesars Rewards Desk at Flamingo told me that until shows go to 100% capacity, and without limitation, that particular perk is on hiatus.

    Additionally to respond to Retired Gambler’s comment, you are spot on! And when it comes to Wayne Newton, it was 6 tickets per show that were dedicated toward the perk. If you really wanted to see him, it was easier to use the Platinum benefit of 2 for 1 pricing….if he showed up! He notoriously during 2018 and 2019 began coming up with things on why he could not play, even at last minute. In fact, that was the only Caesar’s Show where they will ask guests for their cell phone number, upon purchase — to let you know of a cancellation (it was “that” frequent).

    We used to go to the Tenors of Rock and Bronx Wanderers. They were good shows to get away for 80 minutes.

  3. Does anyone have an updated list for June/July?

    Also, any flexibility for the Wynn bday credit to be used in July if bday is in August?

  4. I was just in Vegas last month and they gave me and my wife (we’re both Diamond) 4 tickets for the High Roller which was great as we went with our kids. I didn’t realize it was that expensive these days to go on it. It was a nice surprise.

  5. Mark – As I’m sure you know this is limited to Las Vegas properties so not a “standard” Diamond (or Seven Stars) perk. Given the lack of shows currently (and very limited attendance capability at few that are open) I can completely understand why the selection is very limited.

    Also, just to clear up any confusion with people that aren’t long time Diamond or Seven Stars members who go to Las Vegas looking for their “free show”, the options are always limited. For example you don’t get any headliners at Caesars or a show like Absinthe (Wayne Newton is only option there). Typically the options are comedy or music events that are pretty good but not “A list”. That doesn’t mean I haven’t enjoyed Tenors of Rock and other shows but people need to manage their expectations on what may be available.

    • And availability can be tough during normal times since you can only get them when actually there. Best to go the first day and see what is available later in your trip if you want a more popular show for sure.

  6. I went to Vegas in November 2020 and they offered me the Bodies show, and they also offered me the High Roller Ferris wheel @ The Linq. I took the High Roller tickets.


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