Caesars Entertainment has announced the return and expansion of its “Feeling Lucky” travel agent incentive program. The popular initiative, which rewards travel agents for registering bookings, provides incentives for agents who book at any of its resorts company-wide through Sept. 1, 2013.
Agents who register their bookings under the promotions tab will earn 100 lucky chips for each room night booked at any Caesars Entertainment resort. Chips are accrued throughout the 90-day promotion and redeemable for prizes which include show tickets, hotel accommodations, dinners and more. Prizes can be redeemed at Caesars Entertainment resorts in Las Vegas, Atlantic City, Reno, Lake Tahoe and Tunica through September 30, 2014.
“Caesars Entertainment strives to create fun and entertaining incentives for travel agents who book our resorts,” says Annette Weishaar, vice president of leisure sales. “As we expand our offerings and introduce exciting new developments like Nobu Hotel, Gansevoort Las Vegas and The LINQ, it is our mission to communicate our commitment and appreciation to travel agents, agencies and constituents.”
Caesars Entertainment continues its effort to enhance and revolutionize the visitor experience. The world’s first Nobu Hotel opened earlier this year inside Caesars Palace, offering a boutique 181-room hotel experience nestled in the heart of the world-class destination resort. The LINQ, a $500 million outdoor entertainment complex anchored by the 550-foot tall observation wheel, The High Roller, will open later this year. Set to open early 2014 is Gansevoort Las Vegas, a lifestyle boutique hotel brand that will bring a new dynamic to the bustling Las Vegas Strip.