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Caesars Total Rewards Vegas Hotels Semi-Annual Sale - Rooms From $29/night + Daily Resort Fee

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Frankly, the hotel's imposed daily resort fee kills the deal and unless you're a whale (high roller in vegas), it's not much of a deal. But since this only happens twice a year, I'll post it.

Save up to 25% off rooms during their Semi-Annual Sale with properties on the Las Vegas strip. Advertised rates on select nights only, click link to see what's available now. Don't forget that the rate you see does not include a dumbass daily resort fee which is collected at the time of check-in. Parking may be additional too.

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Travel Thru Feb 28, 2019

Room rates per night starting from:
Caesars Palace - $104
Rio Las Vegas - $29
The Cromwell - $94
Flamingo Las Vegas - $33
Paris Las Vegas - $56
The Linq - $37
Planet Hollywood - $56
Bally Las Vegas - $33
Harrah's Las Vegas - $31
Nobu Caesars Palace - $142
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Book our Semi-Annual Sale now for Las Vegas room discounts up to 25% off. Book by April 30, 2018 for travel dates starting March 19, 2018 through Feb. 28, 2019. Blackout dates may apply. One night minimum stay required. You must be 21 years or older to book. Rates available daily. This offer is subject to change at any time. It is not valid with any other offer.
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Aside from price, who has experience and can rate the list by safest / nicest to least lol
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So based on their prices from most expensive to least:

Nobu Caesars Palace - $142
Caesars Palace - $104
The Cromwell - $94
Paris Las Vegas - $56
Planet Hollywood - $56
The Linq - $37
Flamingo Las Vegas - $33
Bally Las Vegas - $33
Harrah's Las Vegas - $31
Rio Las Vegas - $29

I've played in all of them but the Nobu (don't know they have casino or not) but not stayed in Nobu Caesars Palace and Cromwell. And my favorites from best to least for valet parking:

Paris
Caesars Palace
Planet Hollywood
Bally
Rio
The Cromwell
Harrah's
The Linq can't get in because of flood when raining hard enough
Flamingo: get wet if waiting outside, even waiting inside walk to the car still get wet

And I haven't paid for rooms when in Vegas, even at CES.
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Do they normally have an annual sale with deeper discounts?

Or is this as good as it gets. Not exactly any steals here Frown
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I really like Linq. Kind of no frills, but the location is hard to beat. Plus you get alcohol flavored jelly beans.
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Resort and parking fees kills the deal. I was there for 4 nights.
Caesars $60/night
resort fee $35/night
parking fee $12/day
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Daily Getaways by the US Travel Assoc are going on right now. I grabbed 2 Vegas deals last year. Resort fee and taxes are included in most plus some have dining credits, spa, restaurant credits and/or limo transportation too.
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I can't find any "deals" for my Sept dates. Cheapest is Harrah's at $142/night. lol
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Resort fees are ludicrous but as long as there are suckers paying it they will charge it.
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Resort fees are ludicrous but as long as there are suckers paying it they will charge it.
If you're staying on the strip, you're paying a resort fee. They're not suckers. They have no choice.
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So based on their prices from most expensive to least:

Nobu Caesars Palace - $142
Caesars Palace - $104
The Cromwell - $94
Paris Las Vegas - $56
Planet Hollywood - $56
The Linq - $37
Flamingo Las Vegas - $33
Bally Las Vegas - $33
Harrah's Las Vegas - $31
Rio Las Vegas - $29

I've played in all of them but the Nobu (don't know they have casino or not) but not stayed in Nobu Caesars Palace and Cromwell. And my favorites from best to least for valet parking:

Paris
Caesars Palace
Planet Hollywood
Bally
Rio
The Cromwell
Harrah's
The Linq can't get in because of flood when raining hard enough
Flamingo: get wet if waiting outside, even waiting inside walk to the car still get wet

And I haven't paid for rooms when in Vegas, even at CES.
Stayed at Ballys and realized it's boring inside after seeing Paris inside next door. The blue sky and decor theme are done nicely. Rio is the cheapest because it's so far from everything else and they don't do a free shuttle anymore.
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Resort and parking fees kills the deal. I was there for 4 nights.
Caesars $60/night
resort fee $35/night
parking fee $12/day
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Quote from vin2000
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Resort fees are ludicrous but as long as there are suckers paying it they will charge it.
If you're staying on the strip, you're paying a resort fee. They're not suckers. They have no choice.
No resort fees for Diamond members. Also free parking for Platinum, Diamond and Sevenstar.
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Total Rewards offers its members routine, multi night stay for free, which is nice. I haven't received an offer in a few months though which reminds me to update my address.

Coincidentally you can get a significant discount on the scrumptious Harrah's breakfast buffet in Tahoe with nice views of heavenly w/ TR card
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Stayed at Ballys and realized it's boring inside after seeing Paris inside next door. The blue sky and decor theme are done nicely. Rio is the cheapest because it's so far from everything else and they don't do a free shuttle anymore.
Ballys cheap tho.
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Where is the best multi day buffet deal in Vegas?
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