Bally’s Early Check-In Via Mobile Phone

Bally's Early Check-In
Bally’s Early Check-In

If you’ve ever stayed at a Caesars Entertainment hotel in Las Vegas may have seen or stood in an incredibly long line for Total Rewards Gold members at check-in. It’s amazing how understaffed they are but that’s another story.

Now there’s a way to avoid those huge lines at Bally’s. As you can see from the in the image above you just have to visit on your mobile phone, enter your name, enter your check-in date and your reservation confirmation number.

You’ll receive a text when your room is ready.

That’s it. It’s a simple process. While you’ll save time checking into your room you probably won’t be able to talk your way into a complimentary upgrade which is becoming more difficult as front desk agents are upselling everything from a view to a safe to different type of room.

Expect early check-in to expand to other properties after Caesars’ works out any kinks they may find with this process.

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Author: Marc

Las Vegas Writer, Marketer, Consultant. I love Vegas and everything about it. When in Vegas do 3 things: eat, drink & gamble.

6 thoughts on “Bally’s Early Check-In Via Mobile Phone”

  1. Marc, my wife and I will be at the Mirage next month. We have room/resort fee, gaming and resort credits/comps. When I set up the trip through M Life VIP services, the rep said I could ask for an upgraded room upon check in…the question is, do you think the $20 trick, as it is know, would work at the Mirage/odds? LOL

    1. It doesn’t hurt to ask! If you’re looking for a larger room tell them that the view doesn’t matter. If you want a view just let them know. It’s easier for the agent when they know what you’re looking for. Good luck.

  2. Everyone is different. I’m typically with you regarding a view but I know people that won’t spend a day.night in Vegas without having the view and don’t mind paying extra for it. To each their own. 🙂

  3. Wanted to check back in with everyone and tell you of my experience with the mobile check-in. I received an email regarding the mobile check-in the morning of my trip from Bally’s. I just needed to select the time I would be arriving and provide an email or cell phone number. I preferred a text. My flight wasn’t scheduled to arrive until 4:30 so I requested a 5:00 p.m. check in. Once I arrived at the airport I checked my phone and low and behold there was a text that said my keys were ready for pick-up and that I could pick them up at the mail/key pick-up line. My hubby was not convinced that they were really ready. We got a shuttle and arrived around 6:00 pm. When we walked in, the check in line was about 35 people deep with only 3 people working the counters. I spotted the line for the key pick-up with only one person in line. I went over and was called within 5 minutes. I showed my paperwork and was handed the card to sign and then was handed my keys!!!! They also put me up in the newly renovated Jubilee Tower. I did not ask for an upgrade and the room was very nice. Had a fridge and coffee maker and a very large walk in shower. View wasn’t bad either. overlooked the bazaar shops below and I could see the observation wheel as well. It took a total of about 10 minutes to complete the entire check-in process including the wait in line. I looked at the line as I was walking out and got some dirty looks. My hubby told a few of the people in line that next time use the on-line check-in. My suggestion to all is if you are staying at any Caesars properties and you are given this process for check-in, take it. I will do so every time that I am going to be staying at any of their properties.
    Viva Las Vegas Baby!

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