Total Rewards Gets A Name Change To Caesars Rewards In 2019

Posted By Bart Shirley on December 26, 2018 - Last Updated on December 21, 2018

Caesars Entertainment‘s membership program is going through some changes. The most apparent of those shifts is its name: Total Rewards will become Caesars Rewards in 2019.

Club members can pick up their cards beginning Feb. 1, according to a press release. However, the old Total Rewards cards will function for as long as members want to retain them.

Each member’s Total Rewards number will remain the same. There will be no loss of reward credits or tier status associated with the changeover.

Tier credits will be unaffected by the name change, too. However, tier credits will reset to zero Jan. 1, as per usual.

All four levels of tier credit bonuses will also make the transition. Earn up to 10,000 extra tier credits in a single day with these bonuses.

There are some new perks with Caesars Rewards

Current upper tier members will be happy to know that the change will bring some new perks along with it.

Below is the benefit breakdown for the new cards. (Note: All benefits carried over from Total Rewards appear in italics.)


  • Priority lines at Caesars properties
  • Complimentary valet and self-park at many Caesars locations
  • Discounts at Caesars gift shops
  • Discounts on Norwegian Cruise Line vacations
  • Complimentary stay at Atlantis Paradise Island
  • Tier match with Wyndham Rewards
  • One free night stay in Las Vegas or Atlantic City for every 5,000 tier credits earned in 2019, up to seven nights.


  • All benefits associated with the Platinum level
  • Access to the Diamond Lounge
  • No resort fees on hotel stays
  • $100 celebration dinner
  • One free night stay in Las Vegas or Atlantic City for every 5,000 tier credits earned in 2019, up to seven nights
  • Two free nights at Caesars Resort Dubai

Seven Stars

  • All benefits associated with Diamond level
  • $500 celebration dinner
  • Retreat to any Caesars Rewards destination
  • Voyage on Norwegian Cruise Lines
  • Companion card
  • Eligibility to earn Seven Stars Signature Experiences
  • Invitation to three Seven Stars Signature Experiences in 2019
    • Event dates:
      • Las Vegas: Aug. 22-25
      • Atlantic City: May 30-June 2
      • Lake Tahoe: June 26-30 (500,000 tier credits required for an invitation)
  • One free night stay in Las Vegas or Atlantic City for every 5,000 tier credits earned in 2019, up to seven nights
  • Two free nights at Caesars Resort Dubai
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It’s a great time to become a member

As is evident above, Caesars takes excellent care of its guests. In fact, the Total Rewards/Caesars Rewards program is one of the most robust membership programs in all of gaming.

Caesars has taken care to make sure that all levels of the program receive a benefit. So, even Gold members can earn comps and valuable tier credits.

Tier credits, believe it or not, are exchangeable for real-world value. Every 1,000 tier credits can be converted into $10 bonus cash, redeemable at any Caesars venue or Caesars online casino.

It’s not even that hard to start moving up the ladder to Platinum, either. Every $10 wagered on Caesars’ slots or sports bets earns one tier credit and every $100 on other games yields a tier credit. Players at its NJ online casino also get to reap the rewards.

It may sound like a lot for a casino bonus wagering requirement, but the amount wagered adds up quickly over the course of a year. Players can also earn tier credits through other media, such as dining locations, shows, and hotel stays.

Joining Caesars Rewards is completely free and there’s no annual fee. If you’re planning to be at a Caesars location, there’s no reason not to become a member.

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Bart Shirley is a writer and poker player from Houston, Texas. When he's not teaching high school math and business, Bart writes about the NJ online casino industry and US online poker. He has a master's degree in business administration from Texas Christian University and a degree in English from Texas A&M.

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