Checked in around 10pm and asked next available clerk if there was any complimentary upgrades available as I handed her the “sandwich”. She said she’d check and we were given a wonderful room on 27th floor overlooking Eiffel Tower and Bellagio fountains. The best $20 I spent in Vegas. So happy I found this site, thanks.
We arrived around 10:30pm on Friday. Myself, my wife and our daughter. We waited in line and luckily we were waited on by a young man. I didn’t even disguise the tip – just handed him a $20. I said we were in town to celebrate our daughter’s 21st birthday and would appreciate anything he could do to help us with a memorable trip. He was great and told us the room he put us in might be noisy due to the band and if we didn’t like the room to let him know and he would switch us to a different room. It was PERFECT!!! Best $20 I ever spent.
Walked right up to the Platinum Clerk with C/C(Total Rewards), Platinum card, and $20. Handed it to the clerk, and she said thanks. Upgraded from “P” Room to Red Room on 26th Floor, facing Bellagio fountains. Comped us 2 tickets to see COCO Peep Show as well! Never tried this before but it works well!
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Just was the next available. She was nice and we asked if she had any complimentary upgrades, we knew it was “holiday time” since July 4th was when a lot of people were staying through. We gave her the cc/dl/20, hoping for the upgrade. Got given the high floor strip view
I was at Paris for a 6-night stay during the very busy CES week — not a great time to be asking for upgrades!! Still, when I got to the counter after a 20-minute wait, I handed the clerk a $20 bill along with my license and credit card. Didn’t hide it, or “sandwich” it between the cards, just straight up handed it to her.
Just asked her for the best room she could give me. During CES, and for such a long stay, I kind of figured a P-room or a suite was a little out of my reach.
She thanked me for the $20, tapped on the computer for a while, and asked if the number of beds was important. I said no, as long as the room was non-smoking, I was fine.
She eventually found me a very nice 17th floor room. Just a standard room, but upgraded to an incredible view, one that Caesars normally charges extra for. Gorgeous view of the Paris pool, the Eiffel Tower, the Bellagio and its fountains, Cosmo, and CityCenter.
Had won a trip for four from Caesar’s Entertainment with the hotel part of the comped package along with limo and air. We were given two nights comped for a regular room. We booked our trip for this past weekend and added on Sunday night, making it a three night stay, with us only paying for Sunday night.
We arrived at hotel around 10pm on a Friday night so weren’t sure if it would work. I went up to the clerk, gave her my cards with the $20 between them. Asked if there were any upgrades for the two rooms. She looked around for about 5 minutes trying to locate two upgraded suites on the same floor and with a King Bed. After the 5 minutes she did find them. My wife and I got a corner suite Red Room Premier on the 27th floor overlooking the Bellagio Fountains and our couple friend got the same room, just not overlooking the strip. Again very easy and this was the 5th time we have used this to get a free upgrade. Works everytime.
We arrived to check in around 1pm, even though we knew official check in wasn’t until 4pm.
Our clerk was very nice, we told her we were celebrating a birthday, and it was my friend’s first time in Vegas.
We had already booked a premium room (strip view) and received two complimentary nights.
I handed the woman a 50 in between my credit card, total rewards card, and ID and asked if there were any complimentary upgrades available.
She said she had a renovated RED room with a strip view, but there was only a king size bed. Considering there were going to be three of us in the room (something we didn’t tell the hotel), we declined.
So we received a renovated RED room, no view.
It was still a great room, and a nice upgrade.
I was spending a week in Las Vegas and booked my stay at Paris for your basic luxury room. When checking in it was crowded and full of female receptionist except for one male receptionist which I was gambling on! After my wait I was in luck! The male receptionist waved me over to be checked in. While waiting in line I had my Vegas sandwich in hand. When I approached him I gave him a huge smile and spoke a little french as well to break the ice. We chatted a bit and then he asked me for my license and credit card. Tucked in between was my $20.00. As soon as he saw it I went in with any complimentary upgrades. You could tell this was not his first rodeo! He quickly said lets see what I can do, after he typed away making this even more exciting he handed me my keys. I asked what floor we were on and he said 34. I thanked him, off to see what I scored and was thrilled that I was upgraded to the Red Room Premium!
Worked like a charm!!!!
The line was busy so we were unable to target anyone. We got to the desk around 1pm, knew the room might not be ready but we wanted to get our keys and get rid of our bags so we could go play. I had 4 nights comped through my Total Rewards card. The lady looked a little stuffy and was not friendly so I just kept my 2 $20s VERY visible in my hand on the counter. I asked if there were any complimentary upgrades available for us, the invited guests. She said there were only upgrades for purchase. We declined.
We checked in at about 2:00 pm on Monday. We didn’t get a chance to pick a clerk. We ended up with a woman in her 30’s. I gave her my licence, credit card and 40$. ( was hoping to get upgraded to a suite ) She asked me if i needed change, I told her that it was for her and was wondering if she had any complimentry upgrades available. She typed away for a minute, then said she had a renovated Red Room with a view of the Bellagio fountains. Our original room was there basic room, so we were very happy. We probably could have got the same room for 20$. I don’t know if it helped, but I had my wife call a week before to confirm our reservation and ask them to make a note that we were in town celebrating my birthday (which was true). Maybe it helped, maybe it didn’t. We will try the 20$ sandwich now every time.