Earn Up To 100 Times The Points At Caesars AC Casinos March 18

Posted on March 18, 2018 - Last Updated on March 19, 2018

Caesars Entertainment properties in Atlantic City are giving gamblers the chance to earn up to 100 times the Total Rewards points on Sunday, March 18.

Plus, those points will be worth twice as much in free play on that day.

In fact, all Total Rewards members will receive a Mystery Return Rewards multiplier ranging from two to 100 times they can use to earn big time at Bally’s Atlantic City, Caesars Atlantic City Hotel & Casino, and Harrah’s Resort on March 18.

Players can log in to their Total Rewards mobile account to reveal their individual multiplier. They can do this between Monday, March 12 and Sunday, March 18. However, the multiplier can only be used March 18 from 6 a.m until 5:59 a.m. the next day.

There’s no need to opt into the program. Additionally, all Mystery Return Rewards multipliers can be viewed at Promotional Kiosks the day of the promotion.

The Ultimate Exchange: RC’s To Free Play

Total Rewards members at all three properties will also be able to exchange Reward Credits for free play at a special rate on March 18.

As a part of The Ultimate Exchange: RC’s To Free Play promotion, players will be able to exchange 100 Reward Credits for $1 in free play on this day only. Most days it takes at least 200 Reward Credits to earn $1 in free play. Plus, the minimum which can be exchanged is usually 1,000 Reward Credits.

The exchange can be made at the special rate at Bally’s, Caesars, or Harrah’s in Atlantic City anytime from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on March 18.

Caesars Entertainment’s Total Rewards is one of the biggest and most popular player loyalty programs in the casino industry. Members can earn and redeem Total Reward points at as many 40 Caesars Entertainment properties around the world. Of course, this includes the three Caesars Entertainment casinos in Atlantic City.

Members earn one Reward Credit for every $5 played on slot machines and $10 on video poker machines. Table game players earn Reward Credits based on the type of table game played. Plus, the average bet and length of play are taken into consideration.

Poker players earn Reward Credits based on the type of game and length of play.

Plus, Total Rewards members earn one Reward Credit for every $1 spent on hotel accommodations, participating restaurants, retail outlets and property amenities, including hotel pools, spas, and golf courses.

Caesars Entertainment in Atlantic City

Caesars Entertainment’s flagship property in Atlantic City is Caesars Atlantic City Hotel & Casino. It first opened as Boardwalk Regency in 1979, becoming just the second legal casino to open in New Jersey.

The property became Caesars Boardwalk Regency in 1983. It became Caesars Atlantic City in 1987. It now includes two more hotel towers and features more than 1,100 rooms and 145,000 square feet of gaming space. Plus, Caesars Atlantic City Hotel & Casino now boasts more than 3,000 slot machines and 135 table games.

Then, Caesars Entertainment’s Harrah’s Resort marked the first resort and casino built in Atlantic City’s Marina District. It was the original Harrah’s brand flagship property when it opened in November 1980 as Harrah’s Marina Resort.

The casino now includes 177,000 square feet of gaming space. This constitutes more than 5,500 slots and as many as 140 table games. Harrah’s Resort is also home to a 40-table poker room.

The third Caesars Entertainment property in Atlantic City is Bally’s Atlantic City. It opened on the famous Atlantic City Boardwalk in 1979 and is now home to 220,000 square feet of gaming space with over 5,000 slot machines and table games. The World Series of Poker-branded WSOP Poker Room at Bally’s with 42 poker tables also calls Bally’s Atlantic City home.

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