Up next for the Daily Getaways are package deals at Harrah’s properties in Las Vegas, Atlantic City, Tunica, and Lake Tahoe.  In case you are new to the Daily Getaways, they are daily deals for the next five weeks on discounted hotel stays, discounted points purchases, car rental deals, and more.  The travel packages are provided by U.S. Travel Association, in cooperation with participating travel operators of the U.S. Travel Association and advertising support provided by American Express. To get an additional 10% off savings you must pay with any American Express card.  Daily Getaways are only open to those who are US residents ages 18 and up (though some packages are for 21+).  Here is a link to some tips for successfully purchasing these limited quantity deals.

Harrah’s Las Vegas Package for $330 ($297 with 10% Amex discount):

  • Two nights accommodations in a Mini-Suite
  • Two Buffet-of-Buffets passes, daily fitness center access, complimentary internet access and round trip limousine transportation between hotel and airport.
  • 20 available, max purchase of 1

Harrah’s Atlantic City Package for $715 ($643.50 with 10% Amex discount)

  • Two nights accommodations at Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City in a Bayview Premium Room
  • Gourmet dinner for two (max value of $150), champagne in your room, and round-trip limousine transfers between the airport and hotel.
  • 10 available, max purchase of 1

Caesars Las Vegas Package for $1540 ($1386 with 10% Amex discount)

  • Accommodations for three consecutive nights in a plush suite at Caesars Palace (suite types may vary)
  • Two tickets to the show of your choice at any of Caesars Entertainment’s 8 Las Vegas properties (based on availability; some restrictions apply)
  • A $200 dining credit to use at the Caesars Palace restaurant(s) of your choice
  • Daily fitness center access, daily internet access and round trip limousine transportation between hotel and airport.
  • 10 available, max purchase of 1

Harrah’s Tunica Package for $385 ($346.50 with the 10% Amex discount)

  • Accommodations in a Standard Room for two consecutive nights at Harrah’s Tunica. (double occupancy)
  • Dinner for two including beverages at your choice of restaurant (valued up to $100)
  • $150 credit to use for your choice of treatments at the spa
  • Champagne in-room
  • 10 available, max purchase of 1

Harrah’s Lake Tahoe Package for $390 ($351 with 10% Amex discount)

  • Two nights accommodations in a Luxury King room at Harrah’s or Harveys
  • Dinner for two ($100 value)
  • Complimentary round-trip airport transfers
  • 5 available, max purchase of 1

Terms for all Harrah’s Packages:

  • At least one (1) person in the party must be twenty-one (21) years of age or older to redeem this package. Any minors must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
  • Travel must be completed by July 1, 2014, and must be booked no later than 30 days in advance of scheduled arrival. Blackout dates apply.

Deal Analysis:

These package deals are only good if you were going to pay for most of the included amenities anyway.  Also keep in mind that it can be relatively easy to get good discounts (or sometimes even comps) on casino hotel rooms, especially if you are a member of the respective rewards programs.  What can be helpful with these types of packages is that the taxes and fees are generally included, so that can result in some hidden savings.  In my experience, the dinners usually work as credits up to a certain amount, and it can be used for anything on the menu and for anyone as long as it is charged to the room.  If you have children you plan to bring along to dinner, just be aware that some casino restaurants do not permit children under a certain age, so check that requirement first before assuming that your children can tag along.  None of these packages call out to me personally, but I’m also more of an MGM than Harrah’s girl.

These deals go on sale Thursday at 1PM Eastern on the Daily Getaways website.  Will you be purchasing any Harrah’s package deals?

Posted by mommypoints | 2 Comments

2 Responses to “Daily Getaways Day 4 (Thurs): Harrah’s Casino Packages”

  1. Bill H says:

    Not me, MP. You sum it up perfectly when you say ” it can be relatively easy to get good discounts (or sometimes even comps) on casino hotel rooms, especially if you are a member of the respective rewards programs.” You don’t even need to be a very high roller to at least get good discounts and freebies. I’m certainly not a big spender, but I still have managed to get a regular monthly offer for a comped suite, $500 or so in free play and more. My wife and I fly from STL on the SW Companion pass for cheap and try to run up the $500 free play to last the stay. We’ve done well this year until the last visit when we lost about $700. The Harrah’s folks comped us $500 of room charges (including a nice dinner at Gordon Ramsey’s resturant). So two nights in a suite, comped gym access and internet, and transportation cost us about $360.00. Almost the same as the Harrah’s package above. And occasionally we win enough that they “pay” us to take the trip!

  2. rashed says:

    Most limos already have twwo exit doors and tempered safety glass that will break easily with a break out tool ! The problem will be with the intoxicated passengers opening them up and falling out. Most modern cars lock the doors as soon as the car is in gear, cchild door locks are also a problem! I propose a law to put smoke detectors and glass break out tools in every coMmercial passenger vehicle. Smoke detectors would provide an early warning system and would be inexpensive. Any upstanding operator would already have a fire extinguisher and first aid kit in their vehicles.

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