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    Earning reward credits via facebook game - does it change expiry date?

    My pregnant wife has a number of reward credits that expire in a month - she will likely not make it to a casino before then - I'm wondering if she plays the facebook game if that will push back the expiry date?

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    It helps to know what program you're talking about..I'm assuming Total Rewards Social?

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    If you are speaking of CET Total rewards, I live in a city with a Caesars property.
    You can mail me a copy of your wife's card and I will put a few points on it to keep you alive, if you'd like .
    (If it gets here in time)



    Buying tokens for the online Caesars casino on Facebook will work.
    So will making a purchase with the TR credit card or buying something thru the TR Marketplace.
    It is all discussed here.

    http://www.vegaschatter.com/story/20...+Into+A+Casino
    Last edited by Blonde4ever; 02-28-2015 at 11:16 PM.

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    Earning points via Social Rewards also keeps you active. Decent activity right after signing up can get you $10 in RCs in less than a month. And yes, buying a package over $5 usually will get you a few points.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blonde4ever View Post
    If you are speaking of CET Total rewards, I live in a city with a Caesars property.
    You can mail me a copy of your wife's card and I will put a few points on it to keep you alive, if you'd like .
    (If it gets here in time)
    I can't express how much of a bad idea this is if a person values their ADT/Comps with CET. If a person doesn't really care about comps, then this is fine, but if a person does care then this will strike a huge blow to future comp offers because of the $0 coin-in day that is now added to their account... detrimental to an ADT rating on that player.

    You're kind for offering though, just make sure anyone you offer this to knows of the ramifications that can result.

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    Eh, it all depends, really. One bad day has little to no effect. If you hit 100 tier credits each day for 9 days, but just do a tournament or buy something with your RCs on the tenth, you're still at 90 tier credits per day. Whether you play for comps or not, if you hit big chances are your points earned that day aren't even an afterthought. CET has an earned tier amount that triggers offers. Stay above that, and you're gravy. Too many light days can affect you. Using one to save $50 in RCs is worth it. For $8? Definitely not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry Lyme View Post
    Eh, it all depends, really. One bad day has little to no effect. If you hit 100 tier credits each day for 9 days, but just do a tournament or buy something with your RCs on the tenth, you're still at 90 tier credits per day. Whether you play for comps or not, if you hit big chances are your points earned that day aren't even an afterthought. CET has an earned tier amount that triggers offers. Stay above that, and you're gravy. Too many light days can affect you. Using one to save $50 in RCs is worth it. For $8? Definitely not.
    I absent-mindedly shoved my card into a machine prior to leaving on Sunday morning just to check my point balance. It destroyed my offers for a while after that. This was back in 2008, so if things have changed then I take it back. However, I still wouldn't even chance it when there are plenty of viable options to keep tier credits alive.

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    (nothing to do with tiers)

    If a person has $200 in Total Rewards comps (like I do now)....or a similar number....obviously they don't want to lose them. It would be worth it to them to have a low play day, I would think. I have done this for many people.

    I don't know whether the other methods would result in the same outcome...just a few points put on the card resulting in a decrease of offers?

    Somewhere in my reading, can't remember if it was this forum or another one, but a CET host said they took your parting day into account...and didn't penalize you for it if it was a low play day. (I will have to try and locate that discussion.)

    But it is a moot point because he hasn't returned to see the responses to this thread.
    Last edited by Blonde4ever; 03-04-2015 at 12:00 AM.

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    Social Rewards and buying a few bucks in coins on a TR related game are the cheapest, easiest two ways to keep your points alive. However, as primarily a table player, thanks to often uneven rating methods I've often banked in at way less than my usual...with little to no effect on my offers. The hit usually is on my typically low food comps (e.g. a comp buffet turns into a BOGO). Rooms or shows are never affected unless I have a few back to back low play/no play trips.

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    Thanks for all the replies. Ends up my wife wants to hit the Windsor Caesars that is non-smoking, so we'll be able to save her points.

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