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Caesars Entertainment reopens bookings for their properties in Vegas

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Caesars Entertainment reopens bookings for their properties in Vegas

Just got an email from Caesars Entertainment regards their Las Vegas hotels

Is this light at the end of the tunnel for Sin City?

They've dusted off the reservation list & are open for business!

As of today they're once again taking hotel reservations

And starting Friday May 3rd Caesars hopes those reservations turn into on site guests.

Room rates are deeply discounted with the ability to cancel your room up until 3 p.m. the day of your arrival.

Desperate for business but I think this is premature.

Your thoughts are welcome
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Crazy ...

When is America gonna get a clue on this ?
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I think Caesars is a bit premature as well. I think they have been listening to Trump and believing him LOL
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Money grab? They take your money now and flights don't operate by then so you can't get there. Or they don't re-open by then but don't honour a full refund.
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Stupid, people who book are even stupider . I guess u cant fix STUPID.
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Opening in May... that's a bit of a gamble.
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smartfood wrote: Money grab? They take your money now and flights don't operate by then so you can't get there. Or they don't re-open by then but don't honour a full refund.
I think this is the answer. The industry in Vegas is losing gobs and gobs of money by being closed. Most (all?) hotel reservations in Vegas require deposits so I see this as not only being extremely optimistic on their part that they can start getting back to normal but as a cash infusion. They still have bills to pay and why not get consumers to finance it for them for free?

I do not, foresee, not being able to get full refunds if cancellations become necessary due to the pandemic.
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Just a ploy by their CFO to get some cash flow. Same reason airlines are still allowing bookings.
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They likely have contractual commitments to supply blocks of rooms for conventions that haven't announced cancellations yet.
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i6s1 wrote: Opening in May... that's a bit of a gamble.
Lol ... bit of a GAMBLE
Yup, that’s what Vegas is known for
Wonder who’s taking odds on this ?
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PointsHubby wrote: Lol ... bit of a GAMBLE
Yup, that’s what Vegas is known for
Wonder who’s taking odds on this ?
well the odds maker and vegas guys aren't stupid people...their action of closing for a month in unison and basically quarantining the city for that month may be a calculated risk on the financial side with the hope that the curve flattens by then and they are open for business...actuary's (odds makers) aren't dumb people

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