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Tunica Resorts, MS - Park Place Connection Card rewards earned by customers at Grand Tunica, Bally’s Tunica and Sheraton Tunica now can be redeemed for dream vacations and leisure getaways at Park Place casino resorts in Las Vegas, Atlantic City and other major gaming markets across the country.
Park Place properties now accepting rewards earned in Tunica include Caesars Palace, Paris Las Vegas, Bally’s, the Flamingo and the Las Vegas Hilton in Las Vegas, Bally’s Atlantic City, Caesars Atlantic City and the Atlantic City Hilton, as well as Caesars Indiana, in Southern Indiana near Louisville, Kentucky; the Reno Hilton, in Northern Nevada; and Flamingo Laughlin, on the Colorado River..
Park Place customers are rewarded with comp dollars based not only on slot machine and table game play, but also on their hotel cash folio - the amount guests pay in cash or by credit card for their hotel rooms, spa services, dining and other amenities. (Some exclusions may apply and vary by property.) Rewarding guests for both their hotel and casino patronage is a benefit unmatched by Park Place competitors.
“Park Place has more resorts in popular destinations than any other U.S. gaming company,” said Steve Rosen, Park Place’s senior vice president of marketing. “With multi-market comps, we aren’t just adding benefits, we’re multiplying them by a factor of 7 or more, based on the number of hotels, shows, restaurants, spas, golf courses and retail attractions where members can spend their comp dollars. Just as frequent flyer members benefit from the alliances with airline companies that offer increased travel choices, our guests will find they get more when they stay and play with us.”
In coming weeks through the end of 2003, the program will expand to include Caesars Tahoe, near popular skiing destinations in Northern Nevada, and Bally’s Casino New Orleans, in Louisiana.
Players earn comp dollars when they use their Connection Cards while playing slot machines, table games, or when registering as a hotel guest. Comp dollars earned during a hotel stay will be added to members’ comp banks after they check out.
Members can easily verify their balances by inserting their Connection Cards into any slot machine or by inquiring at the Connection Card Center located in each resort. Guests have the added benefit of being able to redeem comps themselves, as well as check their balances, with self-service redemption kiosks located throughout the casinos. Casino associates are pleased to assist guests with the popular self-comp kiosks.
Connection Centers also serve as the casino promotion centers at each property, replacing the former Grand Advantage or Grand One booths, Sheraton Players Club and Bally’s Gold Star Club. Some program rules may vary; see complete information at any Connection Center.
Participation in the Connection Card program is free and available to those aged 21 or older with proper photo identification. Guests may sign up in person or register online at www.parkplace.com.
About Park Place
Park Place Entertainment Corporation (NYSE: PPE) owns, manages or has an interest in 29 gaming properties operating under the Caesars, Bally’s, Flamingo, Grand Casinos, Hilton and Paris brand names with a total of approximately two million square feet of gaming space, 29,000 hotel rooms and 54,000 employees worldwide. The company will change its name to Caesars Entertainment, Inc., in January 2004, when it will begin trading under the new ticker symbol (NYSE: CZR).
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