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  • Nevada - All Caesars Entertainment Inc. casinos in Las Vegas (with the exception of Rio -- see below) are now open. Planet Hollywood will accommodate only weekend stays, Thursday through Sunday, while the gaming floor is open seven days a week. Harrah's Reno Hotel & Casino is permanently closed.
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(as of 9:30 a.m. Eastern, Thursday, Oct. 29)

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Updated: Nov. 25, 2020

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Man charged in $1.7M theft outside Bally's Atlantic City
A former guard and two others stole more than $1.7 million from an armored car parked outside Bally’s Atlantic City Nov. 5. Atlantic County Prosecutor Damon Tyner said that Dante McCluney of Newark has been charged with burglary, theft and conspiracy. Two others who participated in the theft have been identified, but are not yet in custody. The vehicle was owned by Rapid Armored Corp. of Brooklyn, N.Y. Video surveillance footage from the casino revealed three men entering the vehicle and removing what appeared to be bags of cash. The suspects then got into a gray Hyundai sedan and drove away. McCluney was previously employed by Rapid Armored as an armed guard where he worked the run that serviced Bally’s and became familiar with its timing and procedures, the prosecutor said. An investigation is continuing, and authorities are searching for the two other suspects. (11/25)

Piff the Magic Dragon 'disappears'
Not able to make it financially feasible due to new Nevada restrictions on live entertainment venues, Piff the Magic Dragon has temporarily closed at the Flamingo Showroom. The show hopes to return after the new Dec. 15 mandate. Shows at these other Caesars venues will continue as scheduled: "Extravaganza" at Bally's, "X Country" and Tape Face at Harrah's, and "Absinthe" at Caesars Palace. (11/25)

Harrah's SoCal introduces 'Impressive Progressive'
Harrah’s Resort Southern California now has “Impressive Progressive” where guests have the chance to win an estimated jackpot between $500,000 and $1 million. All 50 of the casino floor’s non-electronic table games are tied into the jackpots. A progressive jackpot is basically a jackpot that increases each time a game is played, but no one wins that jackpot. It’s common to see linked progressives on slot machines, but table games can utilize those kinds of jackpots too. Bets are $5 and can be hit on any game’s in-game meters. According to Harrah’s Director of Table Games Victor Li, each game has multiple progressive jackpots available that hit at different frequencies. He said the “must hit by meter,” which starts at $250 and must be given out to a guest before it passes $500, is hitting more than once a day. He said the casino has given out more than $280,000 in prizes from the progressive since it launched. (11/25)

Statement: Bally's transition from Caesars to Bally's Corp.
Caesars Rewards cardholders still can use their Reward Credits and Celebration Dinners, and take advantage of free play and gift offers, as well as other benefits at Bally's Atlantic City. According to a spokesperson from Bally's Corp.:

The only restrictions are that you no longer can sign charges from purchases at Bally’s, e.g., dinner at Guy Fieri’s Chophouse, to your room if you’re staying at Caesars Atlantic City or Harrah’s Resort. Conversely, if you’re staying at Bally’s, you cannot sign charges from Caesars or Harrah’s. In addition, keep in mind that the Wild Wild West Casino is now part of Caesars, not Bally’s. Consequently, if you download free play at a Promotional Kiosk at Bally’s, you can play it only at Bally’s, not the Wild Wild West. (Updated 11/25)

CDC issues new warning about cruise ship travel
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) raised its warning for cruise ship travel to “Level 4: Very High Level of Covid-19” Nov. 22. “The CDC recommends that all people avoid travel on cruise ships, including river cruises, worldwide, because the risk of COVID-19 on cruise ships is very high,” the warning states. Although not a total ban on cruising, the Level 4 warning states:
  • Cruise passengers are at increased risk of person-to-person spread of infectious diseases, including COVID-19, and outbreaks of COVID-19 have been reported on cruise ships.
  • Passengers who decide to go on a cruise should get tested 3 to 5 days after their trip AND stay home for seven days after travel.
  • Even if they test negative, stay home for the full seven days. If they don't get tested, it’s safest to stay home for 14 days after travel.
The CDC’s warning is for U.S. citizens only; in the United Kingdom the Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office has a warning against ocean cruising only. Meanwhile, cruise lines continue to cancel further and further out into next year in an attempt to put in place the 74 measures demanded by the CDC for a safe return to cruising from U.S. ports. It looks unlikely that cruising will restart from the states in earnest anytime soon. (11/23)

Review emails before sending
Not sure where to begin with this one. The "$25,000 Tier Credits" or the brunch at Jake Binions [sic]. (Perhaps Jake is Jack Binion's cousin?) Suggestion: When hosts send emails they compose themselves, at least two other hosts (or managers, or even their 12-year-old kid) should review them before sending. (11/23)

New Jersey governor extends public health emergency
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy signed an executive order Sunday, Nov. 22, extending the public health emergency, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The order originally was declared on March 9. Under the Emergency Health Powers Act, a declared public health emergency expires after 30 days unless renewed. “Despite the hope that is on the horizon, the COVID-19 pandemic is far from over,” said Murphy. “We continue to utilize all resources available and will need the ability to do so as we battle this virus through the second wave that has enveloped our nation and our state.”
Murphy also has ordered bars and restaurants to halt indoor dining from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. All bar-side seating also is prohibited. The governor said that people are “getting sloppy” as the night goes on and that the state has learned of bartenders becoming sick. “We need to change our mindset, we have to shake off the pandemic fatigue that we all feel,’ Murphy said during a news conference in Trenton Nov. 9. Takeout and outdoor dining may continue past 10 p.m., Murphy said. Another change allows restaurants to seat tables closer than six feet apart if they erect a barrier. He also said that all indoor interstate athletic events will be prohibited. “This is not forever and always,” he said. “We basically have a six-month window to beat the virus into the ground.” During the hours they are allowed to be open, bars and restaurants will still be subject to indoor dining restrictions limiting capacity to 25 percent. (11/23)

Nevada governor adds new restrictions for casinos
As a result of a new mandate from Gov. Steve Sisolak, casinos throughout Nevada will have to limit their capacity to 25 percent beginning Tuesday, Nov. 24. Sisolak has called for a three-week statewide pause, which includes a requirement that all Nevadans and visitors wear a mask or facial covering at all times. In addition, capacity levels at all businesses and gathering areas will be reduced from the current 50 percent to 25 percent. Reservations for restaurants will be required, and no more than four patrons can be seated at one table. Any live-entertainment performances that reopened since Oct. 1, under the 250-capacity limit, must shut down again for three weeks. “Absinthe” at Caesars Palace is planning to keep running. Other Caesars Entertainment Inc. productions affected are Piff The Magic Dragon at the Flamingo Showroom, Tape Face at Harrah’s Showroom, “X Country” at Harrah’s Cabaret, and “Extravaganza” scheduled to reopen Monday, Nov. 30, at Bally’s. Producers of Piff and “X Country” have not ruled out running the productions for 50-capacity crowds for three weeks, pending conversations with Caesars Entertainment officials. (11/23)

Harrah's Philadelphia remains open 24/7
Just because it has "Philadelphia" in its name, Harrah's does not have to close like other businesses within the city limits of Philadelphia. It remains open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. (11/22)

Bally's Corp. completes purchase of Bally's Atlantic City
Bally’s Corp. officially completed its $25 million purchase of Bally’s Atlantic City on Wednesday, Nov. 18. The company acquired the 1,251-room hotel-casino from Caesars Entertainment Inc. and VICI Properties, with Caesars collecting 25 percent of the proceeds, and the real estate investment trust earning 75 percent. In October, the then-Twin River Worldwide Holdings Inc. paid Caesars $20 million for control of the Bally’s name, brand and intellectual property. The corporate name change took effect on Nov. 9. Eventually, the company will operate 14 casinos in 10 states, with many of the casinos rebranded as Bally’s properties. As for Bally’s Atlantic City, the company has an agreement with FanDuel to host a sportsbook inside the property. The deal also includes three sports betting and five iGaming skins in New Jersey. Bally’s has entered into partnerships with Esports Entertainment Group and Sporttrade Inc. for sports betting skins, and PointsBet and theScore for iGaming skins. Bally’s also will reserve skins for its own use. (11/19)

Harrah's Resort Atlantic City celebrates 40th anniversary
Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City
celebrates its 40th anniversary this month. Over the next three years, look for total of $400 million in capital investments and improvements at Harrah’s, Caesars and Tropicana. Harrah’s is home to 40 employees, above, who have been with the company from the first day the resort opened – and are actively working today.

Donny Osmond to return to Las Vegas
Donny Osmond – without his sister Marie – will return to Las Vegas Tuesday, Aug. 31, for his first-ever solo residency at Harrah’s. Tickets go on sale Tuesday, Nov. 24, with an exclusive fan presale Monday, Nov. 23. Click here for more information or to purchase tickets. (11/21)

William Hill acquisition expected by March
After shareholders of the United Kingdom-based William Hill approved the deal, Caesars Entertainment Inc. hopes to complete its $3.7 billion acquisition of the sports wagering company by March. In a statement, Caesars said the resolutions cover the deal, which would expand the casino operator’s sports betting reach across the United States. Through a previous deal, Caesars owns 20 percent of William Hill US, which operates 12 branded sportsbooks at Caesars properties in Nevada, Iowa and New Jersey. In addition, William Hill will rebrand more Caesars sports betting facilities and launch the Caesars Sports Book by William Hill mobile app in Indiana, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Nevada. Las Vegas-based William Hill US has more than 170 retail locations across 13 states and has a 29 percent market share of the U.S sports betting business. Most of the sportsbooks are not associated with Caesars. (11/19)

Horseshoe Hammond sale to be delayed
The Indiana Gaming Commission has revised its order requiring Caesars Entertainment Inc. to sell the Horseshoe Hammond by the end of the year. The commission deferred its order for one additional year. In July, the commission directed Caesars to sell three of its five Indiana casinos to prevent an “undue economic concentration” of the state's gaming industry following the $17.3 billion acquisition of the former Caesars Entertainment Corp. by Eldorado Resorts Inc. The “new” Caesars already sold the Tropicana Evansville for $480 million in October, and the company currently is in exclusive negotiations to sell Caesars Southern Indiana Hotel and Casino in Elizabeth by Thursday, Dec. 31. Selling the Hammond casino “presents unique challenges,” including uncertainty over gaming expansion in Chicago and south suburban Cook County, Ill., along with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the gaming industry in general. The Gaming Commission staff believes “granting relief regarding divestiture timing is in the best interest of the state and local community, and will not negatively impact operations at the property.” (Updated 11/24)

Mat Franco magic show to reopen Dec. 17
Mat Franco will be back on stage at The LINQ Hotel + Experience with his show “Magic Reinvented Nightly” starting Thursday, Dec. 17. Tickets are on sale now. For more information, click here. (11/19)

On the air with 'Off The Press' Nov. 27
I'll be guest-hosting Scott Cronick’s “Off The Press” radio show from 4 to 6 p.m. (Eastern) Friday, Nov. 27. Locally in Atlantic City, tune to 1400 WOND-AM, or listen online at My guest will be Craig Shacklett, CEO of URComped, a casino marketing and technology company that specializes in helping players get "comped" at new casinos and cruise lines. URComped also recently launched a marketing and player development platform for casinos called Trio CRM. I'm also interested in how you spent Thanksgiving. With all the warnings about large gatherings and more subdued small family celebrations, what did you do? In addition, I'll answer your questions about casinos not just in Atlantic City and welcome your comments about gambling during this pandemic. Join the conversation by calling 609-927-1100 or email your question to (11/18)

Note this very important difference in the rules for the 2020 Great Gift Wrap Up. Previously, you did not have to stay at one of the participating properties in Las Vegas.

Governor shuts down all Illinois casinos
Due to a surge in coronavirus cases, and for the second time this year, Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker has directed that the state’s casinos close. The shutdown began at 12:01 a.m. Friday, Nov. 20. The order closes all of the state’s 10 riverboat casinos. Impacted by the move are the three casinos operated by Caesars Entertainment Inc. – Grand Victoria Casino Elgin,  Harrah’s Metropolis Casino & Hotel, and Harrah’s Joliet Hotel and Casino. Pritzker did not provide a specific date for when gaming could resume. (Updated 11/22)

More mandates.

Indiana mandates no smoking, drinking, eating in casinos
Due to an Indiana state mandate, casinos temporarily will be smoke-free. Face coverings are required to be worn at all times except for when in designated eating, smoking or drinking areas.

Almost a millionaire
A Las Vegas resident won $927,929 on a Pai Gow Poker Mega Progressive jackpot at Planet Hollywood Las Vegas Hotel & Casino. So much for Friday the 13th being unlucky! (11/16)

Wont? But look what got corrected (and deleted from Twitter) after I pointed this out.

Laurel Lounge dining credit moves to Promotional Kiosks
While the Laurel Lounge is temporarily closed, the 1,000 Reward Credits Harrah's Philadelphia Casino and Racetrack is giving daily to players with Diamond Plus, Diamond Elite and Seven Stars cards is now available only through the Promotional Kiosks. The kiosks are located at the entrance to the casino right after the Caesars Rewards Center (where Starbucks used to be). And it's no longer 1,000 Reward Credits to use at any time anywhere that accepts Reward Credits. It's an actual paper dining credit
that must be used by midnight on the day it was issued, and only at Harrah's Philadelphia (except at Krispy Kreme). Previously, the 1,000 Reward Credits downloaded automatically the first time you inserted your Caesars Rewards card into a slot machine. This system also means that, if your account has been locked (see below), the credit is no longer available to you. (11/15)

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Locks of complaints
I'm hearing lots of complaints from players whose PINs have been locked at Harrah's Philadelphia and Caesars Atlantic City casinos. What part of “Redemption without additional play may lead to exclusion from future offers” don’t they understand? This
or a similar warning is displayed on every Promotional Kiosk, in addition to both mailed and emailed promotional offers. That said, players who make the trip to the casino – whether it’s 10 miles or 100 miles – should be given advance notice that their play is not sufficient to collect whatever offers they’ve already received (presumably from their past play). A better solution would be to totally cut-off offers – but not after they’ve been issued. (11/16)

Complimentary water bottles at Harrah's Philadelphia. Sure, but the water is $5.

Just kidding, but shouldn't the sign say "Complimentary Water" or "Complimentary Bottles of Water"?

And the Band buys on
The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians is looking into the purchase of Caesars Southern Indiana Hotel and Casino. Tribal Council approved funding to pay for various due diligence endeavors prior to purchase. Caesars includes a 503-room hotel and 110,000 square feet of gaming space, including table games, a sportsbook and 1,650 slot machines. Caesars agreed to work exclusively with the Tribe regarding the potential transaction and will not entertain offers from other potential buyers. (11/14)

FanDuel, watch out for those words with dual spellings (and meanings). It's "its," not "it's." (And, don't forget to update your TV commercial too.)

Searsucker offers 'Secret Supper Club'
At Searsucker in Caesars Palace in Las Vegas ask for the “Secret Supper Club” to receive a hamburger, fries and a beer for $23. You won’t find this deal listed on the menu. Not sure this is the greatest bargain – especially since Reward Credits are accepted 2:1, but at least you know. (11/11)

Evolution, Caesars launch online games in Pennsylvania
In partnership with Caesars Entertainment Inc., Evolution has announced the launch of Live Casino games online for Caesars Casino & Sportsbook Pennsylvania. Powered online from Evolution’s live studios, the company provides its portfolio of online Live Casino and game-show-style games to Caesars customers first in Pennsylvania, with New Jersey to follow. The Evolution live games are available within the Caesars Casino & Sportsbook PA app, available on iOS and Android, or on desktop. (11/10)

Looking at options for the upcoming Great Gift Wrap Up I found this "blanket"; however, turns out it's a robe – I think.

Jersey lawmakers want to allow college sports betting
Removing a current restriction, New Jersey lawmakers want to amend the state constitution to allow sports betting on all major collegiate games. A bill calling for a public referendum in 2021 was amended Nov. 9 to significantly expand collegiate sports betting in the state. Current law prohibits betting on college games played anywhere in New Jersey, and it also bans betting on games played in other states involving New Jersey teams. The measure was approved by the Senate Budget Committee, the first of several steps required before it can be placed on next year’s general election ballot. (11/9)

For more information and details about COVID-19 in Atlantic City casinos, click here.

Rio Las Vegas to reopen Dec. 22
Caesars Entertainment Inc. plans to reopen the Rio All-Suite Las Vegas Hotel & Casino at 10 a.m. (local time) on Tuesday, Dec. 22. The hotel will be open Thursdays through Mondays, and the casino will be open seven days a week. For a full list of open amenities, click here. (Updated 11/12)

Klein Transportation resumes trips to Atlantic City
Klein Transportation Inc., Douglassville, Pa., has resumed round-trip transportation to Caesars Atlantic City and Resorts Casino Hotel after suspending service in March due to the outbreak of the coronavirus. The bus trips are available on Wednesdays and Sundays. Klein has intensified cleaning of its buses, upgraded filters and UV lights have been added to the buses’ HVAC systems, and new partitions have been installed behind the drivers. EPA registered disinfectants are used to fog the buses mid-trip and at the conclusion of each trip. Alison Klein Sherman, the company’s vice president of finance, said that Klein has developed the plan, Extreme Clean Commitment, with input from national and local motorcoach associations and motorcoach manufacturers. Additional information is available here. (11/4)

Sports betting approved in Maryland
After 67 percent of voters approved it on Election Day, legalized sports betting in Maryland could start during Summer 2021, but lawmakers still need to work out the details of how it will be implemented in the upcoming legislative session. Betting likely will be allowed at the state’s six casinos and at horse racing tracks, according to Sen. Craig Zucker, a Montgomery County Democrat. Online wagering probably will be authorized as well, he added. Zucker said he believes wagering will be allowed at least on professional sports. “What else is included and how those bets are made, that’s to be determined,” Zucker said. South Dakota and Louisiana also approved sports betting. Voters in 55 out of Louisiana’s 64 parishes approved sports betting, including the markets that house the state’s casinos. That means more than half the nation could have sports betting by the end of next year. (11/4)

Voters approve Caesars Danville, Va., casino
A Caesars casino in Danville, Va., was approved in the Nov. 3 election. In a statement, Caesars CEO Tom Reeg said the company is looking forward to opening a $400 million hotel-casino in Danville by 2023. The property is expected to have 300 hotel rooms and provide $34 million annually in gaming tax revenue to the city. (11/4)

Colorado passes Amendment 77
As of 8 a.m. Friday, Nov. 13, Gilpin County has closed all table games due to the high rate of COVID-19 infections.
The passage of Amendment 77 in Colorado Nov. 3 will allow Isle Casino Hotel Black Hawk, Lady Luck Casino Black Hawk, and two other casinos to remove wagering limits ($100 on a single wager) and offer other games like baccarat, keno and the Big Six Wheel. Amendment 77 shifts control from the state to the local level. Any changes in limits or new games will require approval by voters in Black Hawk. Black Hawk is tourism-driven so there shouldn’t be any problem getting votes for the increase/changes, but it’s still another hurdle to overcome. (Updated 11/13)

Plaza to host downtown Vegas fireworks New Year's Eve
While there won’t be fireworks on the Las Vegas Strip New Year’s Eve, the Plaza Hotel & Casino will celebrate the occasion with its own pyrotechnics display downtown. Fireworks will go off on Dec. 31 from the roof of the casino and will be visible to much of downtown Las Vegas. Officials from the Plaza say they will offer socially distant viewing spots, ensuring all health and safety protocols are followed. The City of Las Vegas will work with the Plaza to close portions of Main Street. “Hosting an amazing fireworks show that lights up the downtown sky on New Year’s Eve is a tradition for the Plaza,” said CEO Jonathan Jossel. “We can’t wait to ring in the new year in classic Vegas style.” Previously the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority announced that traditional fireworks on the Strip will not be happening this year. (11/4)

UK shuts down casinos, betting shops
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has ordered a second national lockdown, closing casinos and bookmakers through Wednesday, Dec. 2. Also affected are pubs, restaurants, retailers and any non-essential businesses. What wasn’t shut down are sporting events. British Betting and Gaming Council Chief Executive Michael Dugher pointed out that casinos and betting shops have spent millions of pounds ensuring that their locations are safe and secure, and any delay in reopening once the current lockdown is lifted, will only be arbitrary. He urged the government to take a “science-based approach” to a second reopening. “Nothing matters more to our industry than the safety of our staff and customers, which is why we want to contribute to the national effort to defeat this virus,” said Dugher. (11/3)

Talk about a turkey!
The Caesars Rewards casinos in Atlantic City – Bally's, Caesars and Harrah's – now make you go through an extra step in order to claim your bonus free play. First you need to go to a promotional kiosk, log in (after sometimes standing in line), download the game of the day – this month they're Pluck A Turkey and Turkey Time – play the game, find out how much free play you'll receive, then log out, move to a slot machine, download the free play. . .well, you get the picture. It's unnecessarily time-consuming and, frankly, a little silly. Worse, if you're staying in the Bayview or Waterfront Tower at Harrah's and want to claim your free play on check-out day, you need to walk all the way to the promotional kiosks (near AC Burger Co.), play the games, then – depending on where you parked your car – walk to where you parked your car (which could be where you began neer the front desk). At Bally's if you play the game at the kiosk near Caesars Rewards, you have to walk back into the main casino or walk in the other direction downstairs to Coyote Kate's Slot Parlor. It's just plain stupid! (11/2)

No credit where credit is due
When the Atlantic City casinos first reopened in July, eligible players who visited got a daily bonus of 1,000 Reward Credits to make up for the fact that the Laurel and Seven Stars Lounges were closed. Now that the Laurel Lounges are closed Monday through Thursday, there are no "make-up" Reward Credits available on those days. (11/2)

Upcoming shows, events and deadlines

NOTE: All shows, events and deadlines are subject to postponement or cancellation due to temporary casino closings and/or safety and health measures implemented by the state.

California, Ione

Fridays: Seven Stars/Diamond Slot Tournament, 7 p.m., Harrah's Northern California

Dec. 2 (and the first Wednesday of every month): Veterans, active duty service men and women, and their spouses receive 20 percent off food purchases at Louie Oliver’s (one redemption per cardholder), Harrah’s Northern California

Illinois, Joliet

Saturdays: Dinner for two with a bottle of wine, $60, Flavors The Buffet, Harrah's Joliet

Indiana, Elizabeth

Wednesdays: Super Senior Wednesdays, Caesars Southern Indiana Hotel and Casino

Fridays: Fast Money Drawings, Caesars Southern Indiana Hotel and Casino

Iowa, Waterloo

Thursdays: Earn 20 tier credits and get a free beer at The Brew Brothers or see a beverage server on the casino floor for a bottle of beer or frozen drink, Isle Casino Hotel Waterloo

Louisiana, Bossier City

Mondays: Fill Your Cup For A Buck, Paddock Deli, Harrah's Louisiana Downs

Tuesdays: 2X Tuesdays - Present your Caesars Rewards card when making a wager to receive a 2X multiplier on racing wagers, Harrah’s Louisiana Downs

Tuesdays: Dollar Days ($1 hot dogs, drafts, popcorn), noon to 4 p.m., Harrah's Louisiana Downs

Louisiana, Lake Charles

Mondays: Players 50 and older can earn free play while they play with their ONE Club card from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Isle of Capri Casino Hotel Lake Charles


Louisiana, New Orleans

Wednesdays: Mystery Reward Credit Multiplier, Harrah's New Orleans

Maryland, Baltimore

Monday to Friday: Horseshoe Happy Hour, 4 to 7 p.m., Horseshoe Casino Baltimore

Mondays: Club 443 - Guests 21 to 35 can earn food and play prizes by swiping their Caesars Rewards card at a promotional kiosk after earning 100 tier credits, Horseshoe Casino Baltimore

Tuesdays: Military & First Responders Appreciation Day, 10 a.m. to midnight, Horseshoe Casino Baltimore

Tuesdays: Guy Fieri’s Trivia Night, 7 to 9 p.m., Guy Fieri’s, Horseshoe Casino Baltimore

Wednesdays: Horseshoe Game Show, 1 p.m. (registration 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.), Poe's Nest, Horseshoe Casino Baltimore

Thursdays: Between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. guests 55 and older can swipe at a promotional kiosk for a 5X Reward Credit multiplier, Horseshoe Casino Baltimore

Fridays: 98 Rock’s Justin Schlegel broadcasts live, 8 p.m. to midnight, Guy Fieri’s Baltimore Kitchen + Bar, Horseshoe Casino Baltimore

Mississippi, Biloxi

Tuesdays: DJ Karaoke, 7 to 11 p.m., 406 Club, Harrah's Gulf Coast

Fridays: Live musical performances, 8 p.m. to midnight, Harrah's Gulf Coast

Nevada, Las Vegas

Daily: Diamond and Seven Stars Happy Hour, 4 to 6 p.m., Patio Bar, Flamingo TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

Nov. 27 to Dec. 6: M life Rewards Holiday Gift Shoppe

Dec. 4 to 17: Great Gift Wrap Up, Octavius Ballroom, Caesars Palace

Jan. 31, 2021: NFL Pro Bowl, Allegiant Stadium

New Jersey, Atlantic City

April 9 and 10: Atlantic City Beer & Music Festival

Pennsylvania, Chester

Saturdays: Seven Stars Mixer, 5 to 6:30 p.m., Cove Steakhouse & Raw Bar, Harrah's Philadelphia Casino and Racetrack

Tuesdays: Between noon and 4 p.m. guests 55 and older can swipe at a promotional kiosk for a 5X Reward Credit multiplier for play during those hours, Harrah's Philadelphia Casino and Racetrack