Players Club – Caesars Entertainment Total Rewards

Written by: John Mehaffey , Expert on Las Vegas Casinos, Games, and Travel
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Total Rewards is the players club used by all Caesars Entertainment casinos.  This includes resorts in Las Vegas, Reno, Kansas City, Biloxi, Tunica, Atlantic City, and Cherokee.  Total Rewards is used at more casinos than any other rewards card.

How to Receive a Total Rewards Card

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Every Caesars Entertainment casino has a Total Rewards center.  This is where players sign up for a Total Rewards card.  All it takes is a photo ID.  Members must be at least 21 years of age.  Total Rewards accounts may be created at  Players can also make an account by applying for a Total Rewards credit card.  Table game players may create an account at the pit, as well as receive reprinted cards.

Casinos Using Total Rewards

  • Harrah’s Phoenix Ak-Chin
  • Harrah’s Southern California
  • Harrah’s Joliet
  • Harrah’s Metropolis
  • Horseshoe Hammond
  • Horseshoe Southern Indiana
  • Horseshoe Council Bluffs
  • Harrah’s Council Bluffs
  • Harrah’s New Orleans
  • Horseshoe Bossier City
  • Harrah’s Louisiana Downs
  • Horseshoe Baltimore
  • Harrah’s Gulf Coast
  • Tunica Roadhouse
  • Horseshoe Tunica
  • Harrah’s North Kansas City
  • Harrah’s Lake Tahoe
  • Harvey’s Lake Tahoe
  • Harrah’s Reno
  • Harrah’s Laughlin
  • Harrah’s Las Vegas
  • Caesars Palace
  • The Cromwell
  • Linq
  • Bally’s Las Vegas
  • Rio
  • Flamingo
  • Paris
  • Planet Hollywood
  • Bally’s Atlantic City
  • Caesars Atlantic City
  • Harrah’s Atlantic City
  • Harrah’s Cherokee
  • Harrah’s Cherokee Valley
  • Caesars Windsor
  • Harrah’s Philadelphia

How to Use a Total Rewards Card

Every slot and video poker machine has a slot where the Total Rewards card is inserted.  The digital display on the console will welcome the player to the machine by name and the number of points earned so you know that it has been accepted.  Table game players should give the card to the pit boss or dealer.

Awards Earned by Game

Slot players earn 0.2% in comps when using the Total Rewards card.  Video poker machines pay 0.1%.  Table game comps are dependent on the game played, average wager and time at the table.  Poker players earn $1 an hour when playing cash games.  Caesars Palace pays $2 an hour.  Purchases made at restaurants, hotel and shopping return 1% in comps.

Status Credits by Game

Players earn one credit for every $5 wagered at slots and $10 on video poker.  Table game players earn tier points based on the level of play.

Other Total Rewards Perks

Active players will receive offers through the mail.  These include free rooms, food and slot play.  Players that give any level of action should log into Total Rewards regularly when planning casino trips.  There are often hotel offers that are not sent as mailers.  Log in to reserve hotel rooms as some offers may not be visible.

How to Redeem Total Rewards Points

There are two ways to spend Total Rewards points.  Any restaurant, hotel, or shopping entity at a Caesars casino will accept the points as comps.  Players may prefer to exchange comps for free play.  These have half the value when used that way.  Diamond players receive a 20% bonus for free play redemption.  Seven Stars players get 40% more free play when exchanging reward credits for free play.

Total Rewards Return Rate

Slot players receive 0.2% in comps.  Video poker players earn 0.1%.  Players that wish to convert comps to free slot play receive half the value.  The exceptions are Diamond players (0.06%) and Seven Stars players (0.08%).  Table game comps differ depending on the game.

Total Rewards Benefits by Game

New players start out at Gold.  This is also the reset for March 1 when a player with a higher tier did not earn enough points to retain it.

Platinum players receive a few perks.  Some restaurants, hotel front desks, and cashier cages have VIP lines for Platinum players.  These players receive a 15% discount at the gift shop.

The big benefits begin at the Diamond level.  There are more VIP line privileges.  Each casino will offer this service to Diamond players.  There is an exclusive Diamond Lounge that offers free drinks and appetizers to guests in the late afternoon and early evening hours.  Diamond players do not pay resort fees.  These guests receive a $100 birthday dinner every year.

Seven Stars players receive all of the Diamond benefits.  Additional ones include never paying for a room, a $500 birthday dinner credit, and the top room available at check-in and early check-in and out.  There are also annual events for Seven Stars players.

Total Rewards Tier Points Required

Slot players earn one tier credit for every $5 in slot wagers or $10 in video poker coin-in.  The following shows the number of points required in a year to achieve a tier.  Players maintain the tier through the remainder of the current year, through the entire next, and until March 1 of the next year.  Players start at Gold until Platinum is achieved.


5,000 tier points


15,000 tier points

Seven Stars

150,000 tier points

Seven Stars players must earn 150,000 tier points in a year to achieve that level but that is not the only requirement.  Seven Stars players must be invited into the exclusive club.

There are ways to earn a tier level in a day.  Players also earn tier credit points to help those that only travel to a casino a few times a year to move up in the ranks.  The list below shows how a player can move up the ranks faster by playing in one day, as well as the points earned.

500 Tier Points In One Day

125 bonus tier points.

1,000 Tier Points In A Day

1,000 bonus tier points.

2,500 Tier Points In A Day

5,000 bonus tier points (automatic Platinum status).

5,000 Tier Points In A Day

10,000 bonus tier points (automatic Diamond status).

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