Daily Getaways at Harrah’s and Ceasers Hotels

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Today’s Daily Getaway promotion (Day 20) was offering discounted stays at four different Harrah’s and Ceaser hotels across the US. While I wrote about it, later in the day I realized it never posted (ughh)!! The good news is that even though these packages went on sale at 1pm EST, two of the hotel packages are still available (unfortunately two of them have already sold out). So here are the two that are still available:

Caesars Palace Las Vegas

  • Cost: $418.50 (with Amex card)
  • Deal: 2 nights accommodations, 2 all-day Buffet of Buffets passes, 2 fitness center passes, complimentary internet access, and roundtrip airport transportation.
  • Availability: 25
  • Expiration: July 1, 2014
  • Additional Info

Harrah’s Rincon San Diego

  • Cost: $440 ($396 with Amex card)
  • Deal: 2 nights accommodations in a Garden Tower Premium room, $100 dining credit, spa credit, and an in-room bottle of champagne.
  • Availability: 10
  • Expiration: July 14 2014
  • Additional Info

The cost of these hotels per night is actually not very expensive considering everything that comes with each package. And remember, these rates include tax. Like every other pre-purchase hotel deal, make sure the price is cheaper than what you would get per night by going to the hotel site directly for the time period you are looking to travel. Also, make sure to look into any blackout dates.

While these packages are still available, keep in mind that there are probably only a few left and could sell out at any point. Also remember, like all other Daily Getaway promotions, you’ll receive 10% off the purchase price if you use any American Express credit card.

You can find out more about this 5 weeks of Daily Getaway Travel promotions in this prior blog post.

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