The best Caesars Credit Card benefits are 10,000 points after spending $750 outside of a Total Rewards destination in the first 90 days and up to 5 points / $1 spent at Total Rewards resorts and casinos and on sport, concerts and show tickets through Caesars Rewards Live Events.
Here are the best Caesars Credit Card benefits:
10,000 Reward Credits bonus: Received after spending $750 outside of a Caesars Rewards destination in the first 90 days.
Earn up to 5 points / $1: Eligible for purchases in Caesars Rewards resorts and casinos, along with sports, concerts and show tickets through Caesars Rewards Live Events.
Buffet pass or Dining Credit: Receive one buffet pass or a dining credit for qualifying properties 30 days after your firs purchase.
Free Platinum Status: You receive an upgrade to Platinum status by making your first purchase in the first 90 days. This will give you extra discounts at participating casino gift shops, qualifying cruise lines, complimentary parking at many destinations and more.
Visa Signature Benefits. Some Caesars Credit Card cardholders are approved for the Visa Signature version of the card, depending on creditworthiness. That comes with increased benefits such as rental car insurance, trip delay reimbursement, hotel/motel burglary coverage and 24/7 travel and emergency assistance services. Just reach out to Comenity Bank at (855) 381-5715 to see if you qualify for the Visa Signature version of Caesars Credit Card.
24/7 Roadside Dispatch. Round-the-clock dispatch with assistance covering services such as towing (up to 5 miles included in service call rate), tire changes (must have inflated spare), jump starts, lockout service (no key replacement), fuel delivery (up to 5 gallons, plus the cost of fuel) and standard winching. Terms and set rate per service call apply.
Increased Security and Emergency Cash. You can report a lost or stolen card through VISA 24/7. VISA will block your card and upon request of emergency cash, connect with your Caesars Credit Card issuer. Following approval, you can get an emergency card replacement within 3 business days, or VISA can arrange for cash to be made available to you at a location near you, usually within hours of your bank’s approval.
Zero Liability. You are not responsible for any unauthorized use of your card or account information.
Just know that the Caesars Credit Card requires good or better for approval. And applications trigger a hard pull which may cause a temporary dip in your credit score. So make sure you know where you stand before applying. You can check your credit score for free, right here, on WalletHub.
The Caesars Credit Card credits-to-dollars ratio is 100 Total Rewards credits per $1 when redeemed for Caesars hotel stays, comp slips, items in the Caesars Rewards catalog, or merchandise at participating outlets. That means each Caesars Credit Card credit is worth up to 1 cent. However, credits are worth half as much (200 credits = $1) when redeemed for free play at Caesars Entertainment properties, for gift cards, and for in-room movies at participating properties. … read full answer
But, just to be clear, what you're earning and redeeming aren't technically "Total Rewards" credits anymore. Total Rewards (the loyalty program for Caesars Entertainment) got a rebrand in February 2019 after Harrah's bought Caesars. The Total Rewards loyalty program is now known as Caesars Rewards, and the Caesars Credit Card (which gives credits for purchases) is now the Caesars Rewards Credit Card. The card gives 5 points / $1 (credits/$) spent at Caesars Rewards resorts and casinos; 2 on airline tickets, gas, and groceries; and 1 point / $1 (credits/$) spent on everything else.
The Caesars Credit Card credit score requirement is 700 or higher. That means applicants for the Caesars Credit Card need good credit or better to get approved. Besides a credit score of at least 700, you must be a member of the Caesars Rewards Program, which requires you to be at least 21 years old. You also need to be a U.S. resident to be eligible for the Caesars Credit Card.… read full answer
The Caesars Credit Card is best for members of the Caesars Rewards program, as it gives supplemented rewards for going to eligible resorts and casinos. Caesars Credit Card cardholders earn 5 points per $1 spent on Total Rewards purchases, 2 points per $1 spent on airlines, gas and groceries, 1 point per $1 spent on all other purchases. Plus, cardholders can earn a signup bonus of 10,000 points after spending $750 outside of a Total Rewards destination in the first 90 days. The Caesars Credit Card features a $0 annual fee.
Yes, the Visa credit card travel insurance is pretty good. It covers all Visa credit card users for damage or theft of rental cars. Some cards also provide coverage for accidents while traveling, trip cancellation and lost luggage. Plus, Visa credit card travel insurance never costs extra. You just have to pay for your travel with your Visa card to be eligible for any coverage it might have. But the exact amount of coverage you get, the claims procedures you have to follow, and other fine print depend on the bank or credit union that issues the card. It also makes a difference whether your card is a Visa Platinum, Visa Signature or Visa Infinite (least coverage to most coverage).… read full answer
Here are the types of Visa credit card travel insurance:
Trip accident: Should you or dependents you’re travelling with die or get seriously disfigured due to the fault of a travel provider, this policy will reimburse you or your family. The amount of money you can get varies, but it could be as much as $500,000 with certain cards. But not all cards will have this benefit.
Trip cancellation/interruption/delay: If your trip has to be ended early or moved because of things out of your control (e.g. death, injury, severe weather, military orders and more), you can get compensated for the inconvenience. Coverage might be up to $2,000 per trip, but not every card will have it.
Lost luggage: It’s hard to enjoy yourself on a trip if you don’t have any of your belongings. If your luggage gets lost or stolen, Visa may pay you for its value. You could get up to $3,000 per person per trip, but whether you have coverage depends on the card.
Rental car: Every Visa card should have this, no matter who issues it. If you rent a car with your Visa card and that car gets damaged or stolen, you can be reimbursed. But certain types of cars aren’t eligible (like expensive cars, RVs, motorcycles, and more) and certain situations aren’t either (like drunk driving). You can receive up to the full value of the rental vehicle.
So again, the best course of action is to check your card’s terms to find out what kind of coverage it has. And if you’re in the market for a new card, WalletHub’s editors have prepared a report on the cards with the best travel insurance to help you out.
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