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Caesars Entertainment Celebrates Veterans Day With New Salute Card, Deals and More

Last updated: November 7, 2017 at 10:35 am. Posted by in Las Vegas Hotels, Things to Do in Las Vegas. 5 Comments on Caesars Entertainment Celebrates Veterans Day With New Salute Card, Deals and More.

Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas Military Discounts

Caesars marks Veterans Day with the launch of the new Total Rewards® Salute card, deals and more. Photo by Erik Kabik.

This weekend Caesars Entertainment joins with people across the country to honor the men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces for their sacrifice and service.

Year-round, Caesars supports the nation’s servicemen and women with specials and discounts and a corporate-wide veteran hiring initiative. This year, Caesars is expanding its support of active duty military and veterans with the launch of the Total Rewards® Salute card.

Total Reward's Salute Card- Military members and families receive Platinum status The Salute Card

Total Rewards has created a special loyalty card that upgrades any active-duty military member, any member of the National Guard & Reserve veteran, plus their spouses, to Platinum status. Benefits from having the Total Rewards Salute card are numerous:

  • Complimentary parking at many destinations, including Las Vegas and Atlantic City
  • Special pricing at restaurants
  • Pre-sale access for shows
  • 15 percent discounts at casino gift shops
  • 5 percent discount on Hawaiian Airlines flights
  • A complimentary stay at Atlantis, Paradise Island in The Bahamas
  • Discounts on select Norwegian Cruise Line® vacations
  • Tier status match with Wyndham Rewards
  • And more

Beginning Nov. 11, you can receive a Salute card by going to any Total Rewards Center at Caesars Palace, Paris Las Vegas, Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, Flamingo Las Vegas, The LINQ Hotel & Casino, Harrah’s Las Vegas, Bally’s Las Vegas, Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino or any other Caesars Entertainment property. You will need to sign up for Total Rewards (if you aren’t already a member) and show a U.S. Military ID or veteran’s ID card.

Here are some of the other ways Caesars Entertainment is saying “Thank you for your service,” this Veterans Day weekend.

Las Vegas MILITARY Hotel Discount

All year, Caesars Entertainment offers veterans and active-duty military discounts at all its Las Vegas properties, including a 10 percent discount on hotel rooms. For Veterans Day, active and retired military who verify their identity through and visit during the dates of Nov. 9-12 can book a future stay for a 15 percent total discount. 

Food and Drinks Deals

Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas resorts feature a plethora of food and beverage offers for military members. Unless otherwise specified, these specials are available only on Veterans Day (Nov. 11).


Military members can get 30% off year around at the Rio Spa and Salon

Relax at the Rio Spa and Salon. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

  • The Rio Spa & Salon offers a year-round 30 percent discount to military members and their spouses. On Veterans Day, the spa and salon will offer additional complimentary services (one service per person) until they run out:
    • 25 Custom Stress RX massages
    • 15 Rapid Results facials
    • 10 men’s haircuts
    • 10 manicures
  • The Qua Baths & Spa retail store at Caesars Palace will offer 15 percent off for military members.
  • The Spa at Harrah’s Las Vegas offers military members a year-round discount of 20 percent with valid ID but will also offer 30 percent off all full-priced services Nov. 10 – 12.
  • Throughout the year, the Spa at Bally’s Las Vegas, Spa at Flamingo Las Vegas and Spa at The LINQ offer 20 percent off the selected service for veterans and active military with valid ID. On Veterans Day, the Spa at Bally’s will offer a 30 percent discount on all full-priced services for veterans and active military with ID.

Attractions, shows and other deals

The High Roller will be offering FREE rides to all military on Veterans Day

High Roller at night, photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

  • The High Roller observation wheel at The LINQ Promenade will offer free rides to U.S. active-duty and retired military on Veterans Day. Throughout the year, military personnel can enjoy a $5 discount on daytime or anytime tickets.
  • At The LINQ Promenade, veterans will receive 20 percent off at 12AM Run and a 15 percent discount at Pier 30 with valid ID. Additionally, Nectar Bath Treats offers veterans 10 percent off all year long with valid ID.
  • All year, the Eiffel Tower Experience at Paris Las Vegas offers one free daytime ride for military members, their families and spouses with valid ID.
  • X Country, the topless revue at Harrah’s Las Vegas featuring chart-topping country tunes, will offer 2-for-1 tickets on Veterans Day with military ID.
  • Vapor Kings at Grand Bazaar Shops at Bally’s Las Vegas will offer 20 percent off on Veterans Day, excluding clearance items.
  • The chapels at Flamingo Las Vegas and The LINQ Hotel & Casino offer 10 percent off wedding packages for active-duty military members year-round.


Shops galore will be giving all military members 15 percent off on Veterans Day. Participating retail shops include:

  • Caesars Palace: The Pool Shop, Tower Essentials, Lobby Essentials, Roberto Coin, Augustus Tower, Omnia Kiosk and the West Valet Kiosk.
  • Flamingo Las Vegas: Flamingo Showroom, Promenade Gift Shop, The Strip, Go Sexy, Destinations, FLV Wine & Spirits, Flamingo Pool and Flamingo Pool Shop.
  • Harrah’s Las Vegas: Toby Keith Retail, Promenade Sundry, Mardi Gras Essentials, Harrah’s Wine & Spirits and Sky Shop.
  • The LINQ Hotel & Casino: Auto Gift Shop & Museum Store, Pier 30, Essentials and Quad Wine & Spirits.
  • Bally’s Las Vegas: Signature Upstairs, South Tower Gift Shop, Splashes, Bally’s Boutique and Essentials Gift Shop.
  • Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino: Rio Logo Shop, Masquerade Wine & Spirits, Rio Pool Shop, Rio Pavilion Florist and WSOP Store.
  • Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino: Want It, Need It and PH 24.
  • Paris Las Vegas: Les Necessities, Eiffel Tower Wine & Spirits, Cafe Belle Madeleine, Le Journal, La Cave, Le Petit Cherub, Eiffel Tower Retail, Le Presse, Les Elements and L’Oasis Pool Shop.

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5 Responses

  1. As a military vet of 26 years I would love to have the Salute Card. I think it is about time someone finally appreciated the vet all years for once.
    Thank you Caesars Entertainment.

  2. As a military vet of 26 years I would love to have the “Salute Card”. Thanks you Caesars Entertainment. I Appreciate the gesture.

  3. I thank you and am please for the support of the Military

  4. ed wieder

    what is considered a military ID. life member VFW, Legionair life member, DD214

  5. Hi Ed,
    To receive a Salute card, guests must sign up in person at one of nearly 40 U.S. Total Rewards Resorts and provide a U.S. military ID or veteran’s card. Active Military IDs, National Guard IDs, Reserves IDs, Retired Military IDs, DD214 and Veteran Cards will be accepted for verification. You can get details here:

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