Quick take: Las Vegas Benefits for Military/Veterans? Yes!

A question came up last week on a travel forum we participate in–it started out as a general status question, but the poster dropped mention of being a military person. In digging for answers, we remembered seeing the Caesars Rewards “Salute” card offer, so we’re sharing a couple of options here.

Some of these offers may apply outside Las Vegas, and there may be others we don’t know about. You will likely need military or veteran ID or a DD214 as proof of military/veteran status, and as with the non-military programs, you will need to sign up in person at a loyalty desk at one of the properties in the program you are interested in.

Feel free to share in the comments if you know of any other veteran or military options in Vegas, and we’ll update the post. And of course, thank you for your service to the United States of America.

MGM Resorts

MGM offers the Military & Veterans Program (MVP), which starts you out at MLife Pearl (which features free self-parking and the fast lane to buffets), as well as special discounts.

“The program is available to any active duty military, members of the National Guard & Reserve, retired military, prior service and spouse of eligible military personnel. ”

Caesars Entertainment

Caesars offers the Caesars Rewards Salute Card, which provides Caesars Rewards Platinum, a 10% military hotel discount, free parking, and other benefits.

“The Caesars Rewards Salute card is available to: All active duty military. Members of the Army National Guard and the Air National Guard. Members of the Army Reserve, Navy Reserve, Marine Corps Reserve, Air Force Reserve and Coast Guard Reserve, All veterans, All military and veteran spouses”

Station Casinos

If you’re getting a bit off the strip, Station Casinos have Operation Thank You, which offers various discount programs including hotel, dining, gaming, and entertainment discounts as well as special Military Monday special offers.

“This [program] is exclusively for veterans, active-duty military personnel, members of the Reserves or National Guard armed services.”

Doesn’t hurt to ask…

If you’re visiting an attraction or facility not mentioned above, ask at the hotel loyalty/rewards desk or concierge, or the front desk for other attractions, whether they offer military discounts or promotions.

Have you found a program or benefit that you’d like us to share with our readers? Mention in the comments and we’ll be happy to check them out and update this post.

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