Caesars Introduces Total Rewards Military Card (Free Platinum Status) Caesars Introduces Total Rewards Military Card (Free Platinum Status)

Caesars Introduces Total Rewards Military Card (Free Platinum Status)

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We found this one in our Facebook Community, Award Travel 101 — Caesars Entertainment has introduced a new Total Rewards card, the Total Rewards Salute card, especially for military personnel and veterans. The #1 perk is complimentary Platinum status with the Caesars Total Rewards loyalty program.

Caesars Total Rewards Salute Card

Who Is Eligible For The TR Salute Card?

  • Active duty military
  • Members of the Army National Guard and the Air National Guard
  • Members of the Army Reserve, Navy Reserve, Marine Corps Reserve, Air Force Reserve and Coast Guard Reserve
  • All veterans
  • All military and veteran spouses

Key Features Of The Card

The complimentary Platinum status comes with a host of benefits including:

How To Apply

The application requires you to head over to one of Caesars’ 40 resorts and apply in person. You will need to supply supporting military ID or veterans card with your application. Cards accepted for verification include:

  • Active Military IDs
  • National Guard IDs
  • Reserves IDs
  • Retired Military IDs
  • DD214 and Veteran Cards

Our Take

This is an easy way for Caesars to thank our military families for their service. The discounts and benefits are a great way for Caesars to potentially drum up some business, while at the same time saving a few bucks for the folks that dedicate their work and life in service of our country.

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