Free Shows in Vegas for Caesars Rewards Diamond Members

By | December 9, 2018

Free Shows in Vegas for Caesars Rewards Diamond Members

Every month, Caesars Rewards Diamond (and Seven Stars) elites are eligible for two free show tickets in Las Vegas.  The two tickets can be used for the same show (two guests) or for one ticket at two separate shows.  As a Platinum elite, you are eligible for buy one, get one free.

You can easily gain Diamond status through a status match.  Don’t forget to also get your free annual dinner.

The show benefit is available every calendar month.  Therefore if you are in Vegas on the last day of the month and the first day of the next month, you could redeem four tickets.

To get the tickets, stop by any Caesars Rewards desk.  You do not need to be staying at a Caesars property to redeem this perk.  Show them your ID and they will print you off two vouchers.  Then go to one of the box office ticket sales locations and redeem the voucher.  Once the voucher is printed, you have three days to redeem it.

There are only a certain number of comp tickets set aside for the shows.  So even if there are still seats for sale, it doesn’t mean they are available for free under this benefit.

When I went around 11am on a Saturday looking for tickets for that same day, my first two choices were sold out.  So check as far in advance as you are able.

Both times I have used my free ticket benefit I have received decent seats in the theater.

Below are the available Diamond free shows (as of March 2, 2019):


Miss Behave Game Show
Real Bodies (exhibit)
X Rocks
Xavier Mortimer’s Magical Dream (Added 2/19)
The Bronx Wanderers (Removed 1/19)
Wayne Newton (Removed 1/19 – Now at Caesars Palace)
Solid Gold Soul (Removed 1/19)


Jeff Civillico
Anthony Cools
Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man
Ilusión Mental **Entirely Spanish** (Added 2/19)


Comedy Cellar
Penn & Teller


The Greatest Piano Men (Added 3/19)
Legends in Concert
(Removed 1/19)


Mat Franco
Bronx Wanderers (Added 2/19)
Brooklyn Bowl – Various Concerts


X Country
Menopause The Musical
Tenors of Rock
Mac King
The Comedy Lineup

Caesars Palace

Wayne Newton (Added 2/19)
The Cocktail Cabaret
 (Removed 1/19)

I will attempt to keep this page updated.  Please let me know if you visit Vegas and find out that the shows have changed.

Have you used this benefit to see a show in Vegas?  What shows are worth a viewing and which aren’t?

Not yet a member of Caesars Rewards?  Sign up using this link and you get a bonus 500 Tier Credits when you pick up your membership card at any Caesars property!  In full disclosure, I also get 500 Tier Credits when you sign up.  



7 thoughts on “Free Shows in Vegas for Caesars Rewards Diamond Members

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    1. Alan Post author

      I was wondering about that. Are you sure they don’t do it at other locations outside of Las Vegas?

  2. Bruce

    I just got back from Vegas yesterday and went to a couple Diamond-comped shows. Come early in the month for the best shot at tickets. You can only reserve tickets in person and for that same month. If you arrive on the 30th, they make you wait until the 1st to book for the following month.

    I arrived on the 3rd and was able to get tickets for comedian magician (and America’s Got Talent winner) Mat Franco (tickets unavailable a couple months earlier when I tired mid-month). My seat was towards the middle front of the theater and he roams the audience. One illusion and was performed right behind me. The show is both amazing and hilarious — one of the best I’ve seen, and I’m not even a huge magic fan.

    I also got tickets to WOW at the Rio. My seats were to the side, but right next to the stage. It was a ‘splash’ zone during some of the water dancing. A combination of dance, aerobatics and comedy, the show is no Cirque du Soleil, but has a level of talent, quality costuming and production values to call it a true Vegas show.

    Stay away from the Miss Behave Gameshow, a low budget effort with loud tinny music in a tiny room. I saw that a couple months ago and left after 20 minutes. I was glad I didn’t pay actual money for that one.

    For the Celebration Dinner, I’d recommend lunch at the new Hell’s Kitchen outside of Caesars, especially if you are a Gordon Ramsey fan. A great meal, though that $100 won’t go as far as you might expect.

    1. Alan Post author

      Thanks for the info!

      I was also in Vegas this past weekend and tried to get tickets (day of) to WOW and Mat Franco and no tickets were available.

      I ended up seeing Legends in Concert (because it was free). I am glad I didn’t pay. Last time I saw Penn & Teller and found it entertaining.

  3. Joyce Lappin

    Will Bronx Wanderers coming back? Looking for a good tier benefit show in March.


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