Free Total RewardsPlatinum Status (For Military & Veterans)


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Total Rewards just started offering the Salute card, which will get you Total Rewards Platinum Status. This special offer is for Military & Veterans (including spouses) see the full list below.

Free Total RewardsPlatinum Status (For Military & Veterans)

Free Total RewardsPlatinum Status (For Military & Veterans)

Caesars Entertainment is grateful for the service and sacrifice of our United States armed forces, both active duty military and veterans.  To show our appreciation, Total Rewards® has created a special card and benefits just for active duty military members and veterans.

The Total Rewards Salute card will be available beginning on Veterans Day (Saturday, Nov. 11) to:

  • All active duty military
  • Members of the Army National Guard and the Air National Guard
  • Members of the Army Reserve, Navy Reserve, Marine Corps Reserve, Air Force Reserve and Coast Guard Reserve
  • All veterans
  • All military and veteran spouses

Platinum Status with Total Rewards offers the following benefits:

  • Complimentary self and valet parking at many destinations
  • Special pricing at restaurants
  • Pre-sale access for shows
  • Discounts at casino gift shops
  • Discounts on select Norwegian Cruise Line vacations
  • A complimentary stay at Atlantis, Paradise Island in The Bahamas
  • A 5% discount on Hawaiian Airlines flights
  • Tier status match with Wyndham Rewards®
  • And more

Bottom Line

If you are qualify as an active duty military members or veterans, check out this offer where you can get free Total Rewards Platinum Status.

HT: Mike

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Comments

  1. Yes there is. It’s a form of discrimination. The military is a job. That’s it. A job. There is no draft, they are not indentured servants, they’re paid a salary. Over the years it has become less about “dedication” and more about benefits and freebies. When you treat one person differently than the person next to them (even now veteran status), it’s discrimination. Is it appropriate if airlines decided to fill first class cabins with ONLY people who are in the military and none who are earned-elite customers? Would you willingly sit in the middle in the back for that? If you’re honest, then the answer would be the same as mine. A no. How about discounts? If the airline charged people who didn’t apply for a certain job when they were 18 an extra 10% for the airfare? You’d gladly pay? Enough is enough. It’s a marketing gimmick by Harrahs that reduces availability for the rest of us who EARN status.

  2. Platinum is a has limited perks and the people who “earn” it are not suffering at all because a limited number are people get the status without play. If you understood the situation, you would know this is a response to MGM doing the same thing and not a marketing gimmick. Man, you must be a bummer at parties.

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