In 1979, over a decade after Caesars Palace opened in Las Vegas, Boardwalk Regency became Atlantic City’s second legalized and regulated casino. The 125,000-square-foot property with over 3,400 slot machines and 1,160 hotel rooms has been known as Caesars Atlantic City since 1987. The Roman theme on The Boardwalk has drawn visitors from all over the world for decades. With new re-designs of a second floor casino, a 20-table poker room, an Asian gaming area, and a variety of dining options, Caesars AC is a must-visit.
In its bustling event space, Caesars AC hosts a wide array of goings-on from conventions and shows to player promotions. Last month, the casino held a $15,000 Super Bingo event that was essentially free to Total Rewards members.
Following the Roman theme, guests find pampering and luxury everywhere. Qua Baths & Spa is an elegant full-service spa and fitness center located in the Ocean Tower. Qua offers daily specials and a wide variety of treatments and services for men, women, and couples. The Salon at Caesars is located in the Centurion Tower and also offers daily specials, including a $20 men’s haircut or manicure on Thursdays.
The gaming floor is complete with classic craps, blackjack, and roulette, as well as new slot and video slot titles: Willy Wonka, Nascar, and Spiderman to name a few. Denominations of machines range from a penny to $1,000.
Skill-based gaming is becoming more popular in the industry, and Caesars AC hosts several video gaming machines (VGMs) made by GameCo. These machines are first-person shooter, racing, and puzzle games where payouts depend on game skill. These new machines have arrived at a time when slot machine revenue is down from previous years.
Self-parking is free for Total Rewards members who earn at least 25 tier credits in a day or have already attained Platinum status. Remember, as with all Total Rewards properties, tier credits are earned mostly through spending, not just gaming.
Caesars Palace in Las Vegas also maintains the brand and Roman Empire theme. Total Rewards, however, takes gaming enthusiasts all around, from destinations like Ak-Chin in Arizona to Harrah’s Philadelphia, not just Atlantic City and Las Vegas.
Earning TR credits and status opens up a broad list of opportunities for members to travel across the US and Canada and take advantage of partnerships, including with Norwegian Cruise Line.
Caesars Interactive Entertainment owns and operates the gaming giant’s digital brand, overseeing WSOP.com as well as online casinos in New Jersey.
The tech company also has free Facebook games where Total Rewards members can play from anywhere in the world and potentially earn both tier and rewards credits.
CaesarsCasino.com is home to a complete legal, regulated, online casino experience. The fun of this online casino can also be downloaded and played for real money on its mobile gaming app.
HarrahsCasino.com also offers an extensive list of slot titles and other games to play for real money in New Jersey. Real-money players do not need to be New Jersey residents or even US citizens. The only requirement is to be physically located in the state and at least 21. Both sites offer free-to-play options and ways to earn TR credits and status through real-money gaming and free-to-play promotions.
For the last 20 years, Total Rewards has been a premier casino loyalty program. Members start as Gold but can quickly earn Platinum or Diamond status. Elite gamblers may be invited to Seven Stars by earnings 150,000 or more tier credits in a year.
Look for promotions to escalate the tier-jumping process, including the old-fashioned Diamond in a Day program that essentially allows members to earn Diamond status if they earn one third of the required annual tier credits in just one day.
Again, the extensive Total Rewards program connects members with junket travel through Total Rewards Air or a cruise on Norwegian Cruise Lines. Total Rewards also partners with Hawaiian Airlines and Hertz Rental Car, so make sure to sign up for Total Rewards at Caesars Atlantic City before the next big trip.