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A European City Sets the Stage for Gambling Rewards at Paris

Savor a crepe at a sidewalk cafe or take in the breathtaking view from atop the Eiffel Tower. The ambiance at Paris Las Vegas feels so authentic, you may wonder whether you’re been swept away to the City of Lights. 

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The Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas has one thing the original doesn’t. The tower in Vegas has a casino attached. In this case, it’s one that offers comps that include, free rooms, food and drinks to select guests who sign up for their Players Card. You may be surprised at how little it takes to start receiving offers, whether or not you’re a heavy gambler.

Earn Caesars Rewards at the Paris Casino

Paris participates in the Caesars Rewards loyalty program. It offers two main types of rewards. Tier Credit establishes your player status at the resort at Gold, Platinum, Diamond or Seven Stars. Reward Credit determines how many points you have to spend at Paris Las Vegas or other Caesars properties.

For every Tier Credit earned, you receive one Reward Credit. Tier Credits have no dollar value and each Reward Credit equals one cent. That means you would have to accumulate 100 Reward Credits to earn $1. You may also get offers by mail or email for free nights, and accepting has no impact on your Rewards Credit balance.

Earn When you Book Your Room

Start earning when you reserve your room at Paris Hotel. Receive one Tier Credit and one Reward Credit for every $1 spent on room and resort fees. Paris has more than 2,900 rooms, most with views of the Eiffel Tower.

Paris Las Vegas (from USD $143 )

Bring the intrigue and excitement of a European vacation right to your room, at Paris Hotel & Casino on the Las Vegas Strip.

Collect Rewards While Drinking and Dining

Earn one Tier and one Reward Credit for every $1 spent at participating Paris Las Vegas restaurants including Gordon Ramsay Steak, Brioche by Guy Savoy and Cafe Belle Madeleine. Accumulate credits at most of the seven bars on the property, and Vanderpump À Paris which is opening soon. Catch a show at Le Theater des Arts and earn more credits when you pay for your ticket. 

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Collect points when you purchase a ticket to ride a glass elevator up 46 floors to the observation deck of the Eiffel Tower. The 541-foot tower is a half-size replica of the original. Tourists experience 360-degree views of the mountains, desert and strip from the open-air observation deck. The statuesque Las Vegas landmark is a symbol of our city’s skyline. 

Shop and Earn

Does your dream vacation involve spending money outside the casino? Stroll down cobblestone streets and earn one Tier and one Reward Credit for every $1 spent at participating stores including Eiffel Tower Gift Shop, Pérola and Misura.  

Relax and Earn

Swim in the shadow of the Eiffel Tower and earn one of each type of credit for every $1 spent on sundries, drinks and other purchases. Guests can use the fitness center and earn rewards while taking a time out at Voie Spa & Salon.

Comps and Promotions

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Accumulate Comps on Gambling Machines

Players earn one Tier Credit for every $5 put through a slot machine. It takes a $500 investment to earn 100 tier credits. Comps for all casino games vary based on game type, denomination and length of play. Gamblers earn one tier credit for every $10 deposited into a video poker machine. It takes longer to earn credits at video poker because the payout ratio is higher. Some machines are worth less, but those are clearly marked, according to the casino.

How Comps are Calculated

In the long run, the house keeps a piece of every dollar a gambler puts at risk in a casino. That’s why employees at Las Vegas casinos are happy to offer rewards to loyal gamblers. Comps are based on the average dollar amount a player is expected to lose each day, known as average daily theoretical or ADT. It’s the way a casino calculates what a player is worth to them. 

To calculate your ADT, the pit boss observes your play. They record how much you cashed in and out for, how long you stayed at the table and how much you bet. Typically, an average bet of $25 per hand is required to have your play rated at a Las Vegas Strip casino. One way in which ADT is determined is by the expected loss of the game, multiplied by how long you play multiplied by the size of your wager. In the end, the casino comes up with a dollar figure representing how much it expects you to lose each day, and comps you around 20 to 30% of that amount.

  • Live Keno – One Reward Credit and one Tier Credit for every $3 
  • Racing – One Reward Credit and one Tier Credit for every $3
  • Sportsbook – One Reward Credit and one Tier Credit for $5 in potential profit [up to 10x original bet]
  • Caesars Online Sportsbook – One Reward Credit and one Tier Credit for $5 in potential profit up to 10x original bet and available in Nevada

Back-End Comps

Hotel and casino guests who gamble frequently can request comps, and sometimes they will be granted. Charge everything to your room and, before checkout, go to the rewards desk and ask to speak to a casino host. Ask them to review your play and see if he can remove any of your charges.

How to get More Comps

You can’t get points without a players card, but there are still times it’s best not to use one. Primarily, when you don’t plan to gamble long or invest much money. Pretend you put $1000 into play on Saturday, then in a rush to catch your flight the next day, you can’t resist tapping the spin button a few more times. Do that and the high rating you earned Saturday will plummet. In situations like this, go ahead and play Sunday. Just don’t use your card.

It may take some of the fun out of gambling, but you’ll earn the most comps by draining your entire bankroll for the trip in one day at one casino. Gambling $600 on the same day earns a player a higher rating and more comps than betting $200 in chips each day for three days.

Always Take Advantage of Promotions

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From time to time, Caesars Rewards offers multipliers, giving guests bonus credits for every dollar spent. In late December 2021, a 5x Tier Credit multiplier event meant anyone lucky enough to be at a Caesars property could rack up Tier Credits at record speed. The extra credits aren’t applied automatically. Make sure to register for all promotions.

Inquire About a Casino Host

Think of your casino host as you would a concierge at a hotel. A host will remember what you like and get you the best comps to suit your wants and needs. This includes things like upgraded rooms, limo rides to and from the airport and show tickets. Big betters are often pursued by casino hosts. If that hasn’t happened, a guest can ask the rewards desk to check his play to see if he qualifies.

Line of Credit

Large casinos like the Paris casino allow players to apply for a line of credit. This gives a player the freedom to gamble without carrying cash or being burdened by the constraints of daily ATM limits and fees. The minimum amount that can be requested at Paris is $2500. If approved, the casino gives you a marker that can be traded to the dealer for chips. Typically, a player has 30 days to pay off a marker, but the casino prefers you settle up before check-out.

Reward Tiers

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Gold Tier

Guests automatically achieve Gold Tier status when they sign up for a players card. Each tier includes free or discounted rooms and one free night for every 5,000 credits earned.

Platinum Tier – 5,000 Tier Credits

Reach platinum status fast when you earn 2,500 Tier Credits in one promotional day and collect a 5,000 credit bonus. Get free valet and self-parking, a 15% discount at casino gift shops and a three-night stay at Atlantis, Paradise Island.

Diamond Tier – 15,000 Tier Credits

When you earn 5,000 Tier Credits in a single promotional day, you will be awarded 10,000 bonus credits and realize diamond status in one day. This includes 15% off rooms, no resort fees, a $100 dining credit and free valet and self-parking. Diamond status also comes with two free nights at Caesars Palace Dubai and a four-night stay at Atlantis, Paradise Island.

Diamond Plus – 25,000 Tier Credits

Diamond Plus comes with everything above and guarantees you a room in Las Vegas or Atlantic City with 72 hours notice.

Diamond Elite – 75,000 Tier Credits

Enjoy all the perks of the other tiers plus a $600 airline credit to Las Vegas.

Seven Stars Tier – 150,000 Tier Credits

Achieve Seven Stars Tier status and the benefits are tremendous. On top of everything already mentioned, upgrade to the best available room when you arrive and enjoy early check-in and late check-out. You’ll be treated to a $500 dining credit, a vacation with Norwegian Cruise Lines and a trip to one of Caesars Rewards destinations including up to $1200 for airfare and $500 for meals.

How do I Spend my Rewards Credits?

  • At Caesars Rewards Center for a comp slip
  • For items in the Caesars Rewards eCatalog
  • For casino Free Play at a 2:1 ratio [200 Reward Credits = $1]
  • Show your Rewards Card to cash out at restaurants, bars and shops, and to buy tickets for shows 
  • Redeem rewards to pay for treatments at Voie Spa & Salon 
  • Submit your Caesars Rewards account number at check-in and use your credits towards your bill at checkout
  • Reward Credits for gift cards and in-room movies are redeemed at a 2:1 ratio

Protect your Rewards Credits

Caesars Rewards members must use their players card at least once every six months or lose their Rewards Credits. There’s no minimum amount you’re required to spend to remain active. All it takes is one spin on the reels or a quick bite at the food court at any Caesars property in the United States. Members have to start at the bottom, however, when it comes to accumulating Tier Credits, which reset to zero every January.

Games at the Paris Las Vegas Casino

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Video Poker

Video Poker is a popular way to earn comps because it offers some of the best odds in the casino. Five cards are displayed on a video screen and players press the hold button under each card they chose to keep. The remaining cards are thrown out and redrawn when you spin the reels. There are mathematically correct cards to hold on every hand. Study strategy charts to learn how to always make the right move. Strategy charts are available online and in casino gift shops. You’re permitted to consult them while you play.  


We’re always hearing about people winning hundreds of thousands or millions of dollars at Las Vegas casinos. It’s no wonder most of us harbor fantasies about winning life-changing money on Vegas slot machines. The Megabucks jackpot starts at $10 million and builds until someone claims the winning ticket. Gamblers can play Nevada’s Megabucks Progressive Slot Machines in more than 125 casinos across the state.  

Before you bet max, and you should bet max if you’re playing for the progressive, learn about the disadvantages to playing progressive machines. Be aware that the payout percentage is much lower on progressive machines. In Nevada, the average $1 slot pays back 95%. The average $1 Megabucks pays back 88%. While there’s always hope for a big jackpot, you will receive fewer small payouts that result in more losing sessions. 


Winning at blackjack is all about beating the dealer. It’s not about how close to 21 you can come, but about coming closer to 21 than the dealer without going over. Whoever’s total comes closest to 21 without busting at the end of the hand wins. The casino’s edge is reduced to 0.5% when a player follows perfect basic strategy. Basic strategy charts are available online and at casino gift shops. It will take around two weeks of serious study to master, or you can use the charts at the table as long as you don’t slow down the game.

When there are more high cards at 10 – ace than low cards at 2 – 6]left in the deck, it benefits the card counter and their table mates. Even though players and dealers will both get more blackjacks, it benefits the players more who are being paid 3:2. Another benefit of a high count, the dealer is going to bust more often because he’s forced to hit on anything under 17.

With the knowledge that high cards are coming, standing on hands as low as 12 turns out to be the right move for the player under some circumstances. A card counter increases his bets when the count turns positive and minimum bets or walks away from the table when the count is negative.

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Exciting and easy to learn, roulette appeals to just about everyone in the casino.

A player can pick up the game right away, which isn’t possible with many table games such as poker or craps. In roulette, players bet on the spin of a wheel marked with 36 numbers, a zero and a double zero. Casinos also have single zero, or European wheels, and triple zero wheels. Get the best odds on a single zero wheel, but you won’t find one in every casino.

The safest wagers in roulette are red, black, odd, even, first 18 and second 18, also called outside bets. Players have slightly worse than 50/50 odds. The downside is they only payout even money. Gamblers can also wager on a number or a group or numbers. Cover your lucky number with a chip and watch the dealer give the wheel a forceful spin.

The suspense builds as the entire table waits for the ball to settle into the winning slot. If it lands on the single number you chose, get paid 35:1, the top payout at the table. Had you bet $10, you would get your $10 dollars back plus an additional $350.


When it’s your turn to shoot, hold the dice in one hand, give them a shake and toss them to the far end of the table. Around 90% of players bet the Pass Line, or with the shooter, so when you roll a winning number, everyone wins. Roll seven or 11 on the come-out roll and any player with a bet on the Pass Line wins. Lose by rolling two, three or 12. Roll four, five, six, eight, nine or 10, and that becomes your come-out point.

Win by rolling that number again before rolling a seven. After a come-out point has been established, players can place another wager called an odds bet. It’s the only type of bet in the casino that doesn’t come with a house edge.  

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Baccarat started as a game for the elite. Now it is growing in popularity among the masses, largely because it is simple to play and the house edge is small. Before cards are dealt, bet on who will win the hand: player, banker or tie.  After the player places his bet, the player and the banker are dealt two cards face up.

The best hand in the game of baccarat is a nine. If the player or banker draws a total of eight or nine, he wins. If both hands total nine or eight, it’s a tie. Draw any other number and the banker consults the rule book which may recommend taking a third card. Get the best odds when you bet on the banker.

Pai Gow Poker

Place a bet, and the banker and player are each dealt seven cards. The Pai Gow Poker player has to make a two-card hand and a five-card hand that outrank the banker’s hands. Most of the time, the player and banker each win one hand and it’s a push. 

Pai Gow Poker has made a few changes to traditional poker rankings. A wheel at ace – 5 is the second-highest straight in Pai Gow, only behind 10 – ace. In conventional poker, a wheel is the lowest straight. Pai Gow Poker has also removed the royal flush from the top spot among poker rankings and replaced it with five of a kind. A Pai Gow deck includes a joker that can be used as an ace or to complete a straight or flush.

Let it Ride Poker

Only your cards matter in this poker variant. You don’t have to beat the dealer or outmaneuver your opponents at the table to be profitable. It only takes 10’s or better to be a winner at Let it Ride. The game starts when a player places a bet in each of the three betting circles on the felt. He takes three cards and if he likes what he sees, the player slides the cards under his first wager to signal the dealer to unveil the first community card, or Let it Ride. Otherwise, he scratches the table with his cards to inform the dealer he wants to Pull Back his first bet.

The first community card is unveiled and the player can either Let it Ride or Pull Back his second bet, but the final bet stays on the table. After the dealer turns over the second community card, he reveals the players cards for evaluation.

Three Card Poker

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This game appeals to gamblers because there’s an element of skill involved. Win when your Three Card Poker hand beats the dealer’s. Some hand rankings differ from traditional poker. In Three Card Poker, three of a kind beats a straight and straight beats a flush. Straights and flushes only require three cards to complete. 

Initiate play by betting the ante and optionally the Pair Plus and Six Card Bonus side bets. The player and dealer each get three cards, and it’s up to the player to raise or fold. When the player raises, the dealer shows his hand. Without queen high, the dealer can’t continue. If he doesn’t have a qualifying hand, only the player’s ante bet pays. Otherwise, the higher poker hand wins. The ante and the raise bets pay even money.

Pair Plus is a side bet that pays even money when you draw a pair, up to 40:1 for a straight flush. Before you place your chips on the felt, be aware the house advantage on this bet is 7.29%. A Six Card Bonus is a side bet that evaluates the best five-card hand you can make combining your cards and the dealer’s. Win the Six Card Bonus side bet with three of a kind or higher.

Gamblit Gaming

Compete against your friends playing video games to win real money. Don’t be surprised if your mind wanders back to a time your favorite hangout was the local arcade. The variety of classic video games make it easy to forget you’re in a casino. Gamblit Gaming offers interactive skill-based games for two to four players. In addition to Paris, Gamblit Gaming is offered at Caesars and The LINQ.


Watch the game from the premium sports lounge at Caesars Race & Sportsbook at Paris Las Vegas. The walls in the dimly-lit sportsbook are decorated with horse racing murals. It has giant projection screens and monitors on every table to ensure you never miss a moment of the action. Sports fans can place bets on pro and college football and basketball, Major League Baseball, mixed martial arts and more.

High-Limit Table Games Room

Players prepared to bet $100 a hand can gamble in solitude in the High-Limit Table Games Room. The spacious area features mini-baccarat and blackjack tables. Paris also has a high-limit slot machine area reminiscent of a Parisian courtyard.

Visit the Paris Casino

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Exactly 130 table games and more than 1,700 slot machines occupy the 100,000 square foot casino floor at Paris Las Vegas. Now, after 17 years at the Rio, the World Series of Poker is moving to Paris and Bally’s in 2022. This year’s competition runs from May 31 to July 19, 2022.

Frequently Asked Questions About the Paris Casino

Does Paris Las Vegas have slots?

Yes. In fact, Paris Hotel in Las Vegas has some of the most aesthetic slots on the Strip, totaling over 1,700 individual machines.

What restaurants are in Paris casino in Las Vegas?

Paris Las Vegas is seeing an influx of new restaurants in 2022, including new celebrity chef restaurants like Nobu and Bedford by Martha Stewart.

Where is Paris casino in Las Vegas?

The casino at Paris Las Vegas is located in the heart of this middle Strip hotel, next to other Strip hotels such as Bally’s and Planet Hollywood.

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