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Founderscard Total Rewards Benefit Extended
One of the benefits of Founderscard Membership is Caesar’s Total Rewards Diamond elite status. In fact, I could say that the Diamond status is the main reason to get Founderscard.
I have covered my experience with Total Rewards Diamond status before along with why I got Founderscard. I also recently also covered my recent TR Diamond “free” trip to Atlantis. Look for more detailed reviews of both Atlantis and TR Diamond coming soon.
Anyway, Total Rewards status expires on January 31 of every year and the two companies were still negotiating their contract when that date hit. This meant that all members were downgraded back to normal status. Finally they agreed on a one year extension and members were told to expect to be re-upgraded within a couple of weeks.
Thankfully today that happened:
The really good news is that I will once again receive a $100 celebration dinner credit. As of now including my recent trip to Atlantis, I have received well over $2,000 worth of benefits and I still have over a year left on my Founderscard membership!
Founderscard has been as low as $295 per year in the past if you purchased two years (which I did),
but right now I believe the best deal is $395 per year. (The current price is now $495.) Either way, they will waive the initiation fee if you click this link, fill out the form and say you were referred by Miles to Memories (or Shawn Coomer) at the bottom. (Update: While I still appreciate you using my referral link if you sign up, FC is no longer honoring the waived $95 initiation fee for Miles to Memories readers.)
Hopefully the $295 deal will come back (I will let you know if it does), but in the mean time if you are planning a trip to Vegas you might want to consider Founderscard. You’ll get 2 free show tickets per month, Diamond Lounge access, a $100 dining, waived resort fees and more. Then, you can decide whether you want to go to Atlantis or not as well.
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