Veteran's Day Military FREE And More Offers At Caesars Entertainment

In appreciation of America’s armed forces and in celebration of Veteran’s Day, Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas resorts invite military members to enjoy several entertainment offerings free of charge or at discounted prices. Military personnel, including active members and retirees, can present their government issued military identification cards in exchange for the following offers:

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Military personnel, past and present, may present their government issued military identification cards to the restaurant cashiers to take advantage of the Buffet of Buffet offer. The complimentary passes may be obtained at any Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas buffet on Nov.11, 2012 and are active for 24 hours from the time issued at the following buffets:

  • Caesars Palace, Bacchanal Buffet (with a $15 upgrade charge per visit)
  • Flamingo, Paradise Garden Buffet
  • Harrah’s Las Vegas, Flavors
  • The Quad (formerly Imperial Palace), Emperor’s Buffet
  • Paris Las Vegas, Le Village Buffet
  • Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, Spice Market Buffet
  • Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, Carnival World Buffet
  • Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, Village Seafood Buffet (with a $15 upgrade charge per visit)

Bally’s

  • Military personnel are invited to attend an actual wedding with Tony N’ Tina’s Wedding, offering 50% off on Veteran’s day and 20% off until May 2013.
  • Eccentric comic magician, Amazing Johnathan, is offering half-priced tickets on Nov. 9th and 10th.

Caesars Palace

  • One part vivid imagination, two parts carnival and a shot of old world burlesque mixed with a heavy dash of decadence, ABSINTHE, is offering $20 off reserved seating with the code ABS20 at the box office or through Ticketmaster.

Flamingo

  • Comedian George Wallace, known as “the guy who can roll the room over if it’s dead” will be offering one free ticket throughout 2012.
  • X Burlesque, one of the sexiest shows on the Strip, will offer a two-for-one discount.

Harrah’s

  • The original celebrity tribute spectacular, Legends in Concert, has an ongoing two-for-one ticket discount.
  • The longest-running solo play in Broadway history, Defending the Caveman, will offer two free tickets on Veteran’s Day and has an ongoing two-for-one ticket discount.
  • The longest-running comedy club in Las Vegas and the first standup comedy club ever created, The Improv, will offer a 20% off discount.
  • Named “Best Strip Headliner” in the Las Vegas Weekly’s 2011 annual Vegas’ best awards, Mac King, is offering two free tickets through Nov. 17th.

The Quad

  • The over-the-top production of Frank Marino’s Divas Las Vegas, featuring the world’s best female impersonators performing as some of music’s biggest superstars, has an ongoing half-price ticket offer.
  • “Smokey Robinson Presents Australia’s Human Nature – The Ultimate Celebration of the Motown Sound,” has an ongoing half-price ticket offer.
  • Jeff Civillico’s show blends comedy with physical humor, stunts and juggling with friendly audience interaction and insane amounts of energy, is offering two free tickets on Saturday Nov. 10th and has an ongoing $10 General Admission ticket or $15 VIP ticket.

Paris

  • World-famous adult hypnotist Anthony Cools has an ongoing two-for-one ticket discount.

Planet Hollywood

  • Vegas’ only star-studded striptease spectacular, PEEPSHOW, is offering a two-for-one deal on any performance now through Dec. 2nd using code 241PEEP.

To purchase tickets and for current show dates and times, please visit www.lventertainment.com

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