While Caesars Rewards is a 12-month program, one unfortunate quirk of the program is that you have to have activity every six months or your rewards credits expire, no matter what your tier. This is different than Mlife, which lets your comps last for a year once you’ve reached the Pearl tier, which is pretty trivial to accomplish.
So what do you do if you find your Rewards Credits coming up on expiration? Thankfully, there’s a number of ways to maintain activity in the program. In today’s post I’ll share some ideas that are relatively easy to approach; if you have others that you utilize, feel free to share in the comments!
Buy $1 in Virtual Currency on Playtika Games
I’ve talked about the various Playtika games here previously and how coin purchases will also earn you Reward Credits. Even spending $1 will earn you one Reward Credit, which counts as activity.
So you can make a minimum spend to keep your Rewards Credits active for another six months, without leaving the comfort of your own home! I usually see the RCs credit within 24 hours, so you won’t wait long to see the activity on your account.
Say & Play Surveys
Say & Play lets you take surveys online and be rewarded with Reward Credits. Even if you don’t qualify for a given survey, you’ll many times be given a few credits. They tend to credit within a day, so that can also make it easy to get the Reward Credits, and the clock reset, in a short amount of time.
Caesars Rewards VISA Credit Card
This isn’t a solution for everyone, but if you charge something on the Caesars Rewards VISA Credit Card and pay it off each month, you’ll earn Reward Credits monthly, and basically keep resetting your date monthly, making them effectively never-ending as long as you use the card.
This solution won’t be as quick as the first since the credits will be posted monthly, but once you’re using the card it makes it easy to maintain activity between casino trips, especially if you’re in a market that doesn’t have a Caesars Rewards location nearby.
Caesars Rewards Marketplace
The Caesars Rewards Marketplace lets you earn Reward Credits for purchases you make online through various partners; the points can take a few weeks to filter back, so it’s not a great emergency option, but it can help keep activity going on the account while also letting you earn Reward Credits for purchases you might perhaps have already been making.
Points earned on the Marketplace can be earned on top of those with the credit card, so that’s a nice 1/2 combo for earning additional Reward Credits more generally.