(EXPIRED) Caesars: SimplyMiles + Citi Offer stack (Back Again)

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Update 9/4/23: We had previously reported this stack a few months ago. I believe it expired at some point, but I just noticed both offers active again in my accounts. Since I know that many readers have been heading to Atlantic City for all the free cruises you can get through status matching, I figured it was worth posting this. The original post follows.

There’s a new SimplyMiles offer out for Caesars Rewards that should stack with a Citi Merchant Offer that has been floating around. If you have upcoming plans that include a Caesars property, it could be worth syncing this up, particularly if you’re making a push for American Airlines elite status.

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The Deal

  • SimplyMiles has an offer out to earn 1,395 American Airlines miles and Loyalty Points on a purchase of $150 or more for a stay at a Caesars Rewards Destination. You’ll need to log in to your account at SimplyMiles.com and sync this offer to your linked Mastercards.
  • Some people also have a Citi Merchant Offer good for $30 back on $150 at Caesars Rewards properties. If you have that offer on a Citi Mastercard that is linked with SimplyMiles, it should be possible to sync up both offers and stack them
  • Expires 9/30/23

Key Terms

  • Both offers expire 9/30/23
  • Valid on a single purchase of $150 USD or more for your stay at a Caesars Reward Destinations when you pay at check-out using your enrolled Card, including taxes and after any discounts.
  • Must first add offer to Card and then use the same Card to redeem.
  • Only U.S.-issued Citi Mastercard Credit Cards are eligible.
  • Limit one enrolled Card and one award per Card Member.
  • Offer valid at Caesars Rewards Destinations in the US.
  • Reservations must be made directly with Caesars.com.
    Offer only valid on room rate during the offer period.
  • Offer is nontransferable and the enrolled card must be active and in good-standing in order to be eligible for an award.
  • Offers cannot be combined or stacked with other offers.
  • Other exclusions and restrictions may apply.
  • We may determine that certain offers are ineligible for an award.

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Quick Thoughts

While 1,395 American Airlines miles and Loyalty Points aren’t worth enough to make this a mattress run-worthy offer, stacking this with the Citi Merchant Offer that many have seen on their accounts (good for $30 back on $150) could certainly make for a pretty good return on spend. Keep in mind that you would need to both link that Citi Merchant Offer to your card if you have it and link your Citi Mastercard to SimplyMiles and sync the offer via SimplyMiles (or, if you don’t have the Citi Offer, sync the offer to another Mastercard via SimplyMiles.

It looks like Caesars Rewards sells gift cards online, but they come with a 4.5% fee and I don’t think they would trigger this offer, the terms of which state that it has to be used for paying for your room at checkout.

Keep in mind that Caesars has properties in a number of US destinations beyond Las Vegas, so it might be possible to use this even if you don’t plan to visit Las Vegas in the near future.

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Make sure you add the SimplyMiles offer first. My SM offers go away if I add the Citi offer first (at least for me).


In my experience even if I add SimplyMiles and then Citi, they only credit the Citi one. Also seems Figg is the provider for Bing Rebates too


Viator has a stack with SM & Citi. SM: 1395 miles on a purchase of $300 or more. Citi: $30 off $300. Not amazing but if you’re already planning on taking a tour or have one booked otherwise, it’s certainly worth consideration if you’re chasing status.

Last edited 1 year ago by Sam
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Amex also has 40 off 200 offer for Caesar’s