Caesars Rewards Diamond Status is Back. I’m No Longer Cancelling My FoundersCard Membership

by Anthony Losanno
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Hail, Caesar! Last month, I wrote about how FoundersCard and Caesars Rewards were parting ways. The best benefit of FoundersCard was that it provided Caesars Rewards Diamond status. With that benefit going away, I saw no other reason to keep the membership and was going to cancel it. Now that it’s staying, I’ll be hanging onto my membership.

FoundersCard is a membership community of entrepreneurs and senior-level professionals. It offers discounts and other VIP perks to members for a $595 annual fee. In years past, I have gotten great value from the Caesars Rewards benefit with a $100 Celebration Dinner and comped hotel stays in Las Vegas. I just took advantage of these a few weeks ago with a stay at The Cromwell (review here).

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The membership offers other travel benefits like Hilton Honors™ Gold status, IHG® One Rewards Gold Elite status, a fast-track to Marriott Bonvoy® Platinum status, and discounts at several airlines like Delta Air Lines and United Airlines. None of this held any value for me as I either already had the same status or higher in the programs offered. I’m glad to see that the Caesars Rewards benefit is now back.

Anthony’s Take: I’m glad that I’ll be able to retain Diamond status and will be keeping my FoundersCard membership after all.

(H/T: Miles to Memories)

(Image Credits: Caesars Rewards, Michael M ,and Founders Card.)

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