(Updated: March 8, 2015)

 Tips on how to make the most of your Seven Stars experience.

Neither Seven Stars Insider nor http://www.sevenstarsinsider.com is affiliated in any way with Caesars License Company, LLC or Total Rewards®.

Why This Web Site?

Although Seven Stars Insider has absolutely no connection or affiliation with Caesars Entertainment Corp. or Total Rewards®, it was created to provide much needed information about the Seven Stars program.

Ask many Seven Stars cardholders and they will admit they most likely learned more about the program and its benefits from another Seven Stars cardholder. Too many hosts and other employees are woefully undereducated about the program and its benefits.

Since the site was launched, even several Caesars employees (who obviously wish to remain anonymous) claim they have learned more from this Web site than from Caesars itself. Seven Stars cardholders, as well as Caesars players in general, say they appreciate the objective opinions, tips and other information the site contains. Even several travel agents who send many clients to Las Vegas (and other locations featured here) say they find value in the comments shared on the site
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NOTE: Because much of the information about individual casinos (see below) comes from various sources, if anyone sees incorrect or out-of-date information, please e-mail sevenstarsinsider@gmail.com.


 

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Seven Stars – The Basics

Seven Stars is the highest tier level in Caesars Entertainment Corporation's Total Rewards® program, requiring 150,000 or more tier credits in a calendar year. Seven Stars is preceded by Diamond, Platinum and Gold. Diamond cardholders are required to earn 15,000 to 149,999 tier credits in a calendar year; Platinum, 5,000 to 14,999 tier credits; Gold is the entry-level card available to anyone eligible who signs up.

Starting in 2013 Caesars began to recognize those Diamond cardholders who played more than the minimum, but not enough to achieve Seven Stars. Diamond Aspiration Level 1 is achieved at 40,000 tier credits and Diamond Aspiration Level 2 at 80,000. To learn more about this, click here. To view more information about Seven Stars, click here.

Just earning 150,000 tier credits in a calendar year does not automatically grant you Seven Stars status. You must be invited to join! Also, once you achieve 150,000 credits, it can take a couple weeks to get your credentials. The reason for the delay is that Caesars checks to make sure you don't have any outstanding financial obligations to the company, and that you don't have any complaints for disruptive behavior.

Caesars marketing efforts to the contrary, Seven Stars cardholders who want the best treatment (at their tier level) are still better off staying and playing at one property, or, if applicable, at least one property in each of Caesars two major "hubs" – Atlantic City and Las Vegas.

Those who travel a great deal and play at different Caesars properties around the country will find themselves besieged with offers from those properties after one visit – even though they may never intend, or have the opportunity, to visit them again. Meanwhile, special offers from casinos they may play at more frequently, slowly disappear.


Arizona
Maricopa (Phoenix)
Harrah's Ak-Chin Phoenix



California
Valley Center
(San Diego - North)
Harrah's Resort Southern California







Indiana
Hammond
Horseshoe Hammond



New Orleans
Harrah's New Orleans


New Jersey
Atlantic City
Bally's Atlantic City


North Carolina
Cherokee
Harrah's Cherokee Casino Resort






Pennsylvania
Philadelphia (Chester)
Harrah's Philadelphia Casino & Racetrack



CANADA
Ontario
Windsor
Caesars Windsor