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Win a Meet and Greet with Gwen Stefani

Win a Meet and Greet with Gwen Stefani

Another reason why the Rendezvous is the VIP casino of choice!

Visit in January for your chance to win! Register at Reception to start earning.

Play your way to top of the leaderboard to win 5 nights in Vegas for you and a guest, tickets for Gwen Stefani at Planet Hollywood on 2 March 2019, followed by a meet and greet with the star herself!

The highest point earner on 31 January will be jetting off to Vegas for this Caesars exclusive experience. Earn your points by using your Total Rewards card when you play at the tables, Slots and electronic roulette. For every reward credit you earn you earn one point on the leaderboard, play on 1, 10 or 21 January and earn 500 bonus points!

  • This is a closed group promotion. Inclusion is by invite only
  • Any employees or family or friends of employees or any agencies associated with the promotion are not eligible to participate 
  • Promotion dates run from 1 January 2019 at 6am - 1 February at 6am
  • A gaming day will be determined from 6am to 5.59am the following day
  • One reward credit = one point
  • Bonus points can be earned by attending a bonus night throughout the promotional period
  • Only credits earned at The Rendezvous Casino, Southend will count towards total points scored
  • Credits can be earned on table gaming, slots and ERs
  • Total Rewards card must be presented at all times in order to earn credits
  • The prize consists of: 5 nights in Vegas, tickets for Gwen Stefani's show, an exclusive meet and greet with Gwen Stefani, return flights and £500 spending money (loaded onto a TR card)

  • The prize is non-transferable
  • No cash alternative will be offered if the winner is unable to accept the prize - the winning customer has 48 hours to accept the prize before it is passed onto the customer in position 2 on the leaderboard (and so on until a winner is found)
  • Management reserve the right to change or withdraw this offer at any time
  • All disputes must be brought to the attention of the managerment at the time


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