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    CET Las Vegas (Caesars Entertainment) booking restriction

    I'm 7* so can get free rooms in any CET casino. I also get LOTS of room + perks offers.
    For Las Vegas for booking on-line, you cannot have more than two open (=future) bookings--but one's slot host can override the restriction.
    [For many reasons I fnd it more convenient to book directly on-line.]
    For AC (Atlantic City), where I do most of my CET play, I can choose to stay at Caesars, Harrah's or Ballys 4 nights at a time, 4 times per month (as long as there is a 72 hour separaton for consecutive bookings).
    Since the Casino always WINS<g>, one would assume they'd want you to stay more than less.???

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    It's the same for Boyd Properties as well in Vegas. Here is their restrictions on offers:

    "72-hours required between all promotional stays at any Boyd Gaming Las Vegas property, whether or not included in this mailer; back-to-back complimentary stays are prohibited."

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    The 72 hour restriction is not the issue. If I book a stay in (say) Sept. and another one in Nov., I can't (via the internet) book one more in Jan.--once I complete my Sept. booking, I would have only ONE open booking.--then Jan. woukd be OK. Biut booking via my host can get around the restriction.

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    You should be able to call into CET and book an offer over the phone to get around the restriction. Just the 7 star reservation or the main line. no need to talk to a host. You can then see all the future trips online.

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    So the downside, you cannot book early by yourself and there might not be availability when you can. If a host wants to refuse you, you're on the street or back home. I can see why they do this. Lots of pressure on the player, you have to be gambling or the benefit you earned is useless. They don't want to be a homeless shelter, generous aunt. If you feel pressure, try getting the host to book all the in demand visits at once. Too bad the rooms are sold based on how much gamblers lose, so you cannot just pay for rooms without a sense of indebtedness without a sense of overpaying. Too few hands pulling the strings in this country, reason why many feel they'll never win at anything, always feeling like a sponge wrung out. It seriously feels like one person owns the whole country sometimes.
    That's all folks!

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