Free Buffet Passes and Other Veterans Day Hook-Ups
Caesars Entertainment and its expansive roster of Las Vegas hotels are pulling out all the stops on Veterans Day, including free 24-hour, unlimited-access Buffet of Buffet passes for active members and veterans of the armed services.
Veterans Day is Nov. 11, 2011, and to honor those who serve, the popular Buffet of Buffet pass will be available to those who present their government-issued military identification cards at any of seven participating buffets, including Lago Buffet at Caesars Palace, Le Village Buffet at Paris, Spice Market Buffet at Planet Hollywood and the larger-than-life Carnival World Buffet at Rio Vegas.
Check out the full list of participating Buffet of Buffets pass locations.
Those same military ID cards can be used for a variety of show discounts up and down the Strip at Caesars Entertainment hotels, many year-round.
For current and former members of the military, “Jubilee!” at Bally’s has a 2-for-1 ticket offer, as do comedian Vinnie Favorito at Flamingo, “Legends in Concert” at Harrah’s and Anthony Cools at Paris Vegas.
Half-price ticket offers for military members include “Human Nature,” “Frank Marino’s Divas Las Vegas” and “Name That Tune Live” at Imperial Palace. “X Burlesque,” at Flamingo, offers $10 dollars off tickets. “Chippendales” at Rio also has an ongoing military discount.
It should also be noted all Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas resorts offer a government rate of $93 per night to federal, military or U.S. State employees with I.D. (based on availability). There’s probably some small print involved here, but we are a Las Vegas blog, not a small print reader-overer.
On a related note, visiting military member might also want to stop by the Caesars Entertainment-supported USO Las Vegas center at McCarran International Airport. It’s pretty sweet.
A big salute goes out to all our armed services members and veterans, several of whom are in this blog’s own family. Enjoy your free buffets! Hey, the serious job of fighting for freedom requires some serious fuel, baby.