With that transition came an updated betting platform with an integrated rewards system.
Here’s everything you need to know about using Caesars Rewards and redeeming your rewards credits.
Caesars bettors now earn rewards
Caesars’ loyalty program, Caesars Rewards, has long been popular among casino-goers. With the integration of the new Caesars Sportsbook app, bettors can now also benefit from the system.
Upon signing up for the sportsbook, Caesars encourages players to connect an existing rewards account. For those that aren’t already earning credits, this is the perfect time to begin doing so.
Players earn rewards in the form of both Tier Credits and Reward Credits and can travel to any of Caesars’ 50 destinations in 16 states to redeem those rewards.
Every single wager placed on the Caesars Sportsbook earns rewards, whether the bet wins or loses.
While wagering, users earn one Tier and one Reward Credit for every $5 of potential profit at stake.
For example, if a user wagers $10 to win $30 ($20 profit), he or she would earn four Tier Credits and four Reward Credits.
Bettors can earn points for up to 10 times the profit of the original amount wagered. If you made a $10 bet, the max you can earn for that wager is 100 Tier and Reward credits.
What can Caesars Rewards be redeemed for?
Every 100 Reward Credits equals $1 in credit that can be redeemed in person at a Caesars location.
Caesars Rewards credits can be redeemed for free play, dining, and VIP entertainment experiences.
Reward benefits are based on tier status, beginning with Gold status, then transitioning to Platinum once a player earns 5,000 Tier Credits.
Platinum members earn:
- 15% off at spas and casino gift shops
- Preferred pricing at restaurants
- Pre-sale event access
- Complimentary parking
- Complimentary stay at either the Atlantis or Bahamas properties
The rewards only increase from there. Players earn Diamond status at 15,000 Tier Credits, followed by Diamond Plus, Diamond Elite, and the exclusive Seven Star level.
When it comes to redeeming credits, Tennessee residents will have to visit casinos surrounding Tennessee, since the state isn’t home to any Caesars properties.
Caesars options for West Tennessee residents
Players living on the western side of Tennessee have two relatively-close Caesars casino options to select from. Harrah’s Metropolis will be closer to those near Nashville, while Horseshoe Tunica is a quick trip for those around Memphis.
This Metropolis, Illinois casino features Vegas-style gaming on its 24,269 square-foot floor. Gamblers can enjoy over 800 slot machines and 20 table games. Its hotel features 252 rooms and six upscale suites.
This particular casino is slightly less than a 2.5-hour drive from Nashville.
Down south in Mississippi, Horseshoe Tunica is a short 45-minute drive from Memphis.
Over 70 table games and 1,700 slot machines grace this 63,000 square-foot casino floor, which is the largest in all of Tunica. A spacious poker room, three fine-dining restaurants, and an immense buffet are all incorporated into the casino’s layout.
Additionally, its hotel offers more than 500 rooms in its 14-story tower.
Caesars options for East Tennessee residents
East Tennessee residents have two Caesars locations waiting for them a short drive away in North Carolina.
Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort
Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort is located in the Smoky Mountains, less than 1.5-hours from Gatlinburg, Tennessee.
The casino features more than 170 table games and 1,800 slots on its 150,000 square-foot gaming floor.
As one of the largest casinos in the area, Harrah’s Cherokee also incorporates over 1,100 hotel rooms, 10 restaurants, seven retail stores, and an 18,000 square-foot spa.
Harrah’s Cherokee Valley River Casino
Harrah’s Cherokee Valley River Casino is located in Murphy, North Carolina, just a quick two-hour drive from Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Its 50,000 square-foot casino floor features 1,000 slot machines and 70 tables with live dealers.
Guests staying at the casino’s 300-room, full-service hotel can take advantage of an UltraStar MultiTainment Center that features a bowling alley and an arcade.
A complete map of Caesars-affiliated locations across the nation is provided below:
While visiting many of these area locations, players can wager at a Caesars Sportsbook in person at The Book.
These in-casino retail sportsbooks launched earlier this year.
Plush perks like reclining chairs and 90-foot ultra-high-definition TV screens are featured in each room.
So whether you are planning to redeem your rewards at a casino near Tennessee or are looking to get away, there’s a Caesars property for you.
It’s unclear whether online rewards redemption is in the future for Caesars Rewards members, but for now, Tennessee residents will have to get on the move to get the most out of this new rewards option.