Caesars 25% Off Cyber Week Sale In Las Vegas

Caesar from Caesars Palace Las Vegas
Is This The Real Caesars Palace?

Caesars Cyber Week traditionally offers their best sale prices of the year. Links and details for each hotel are below. This year Caesars is adding additional 5% off for Cyber Monday.

Details from Caesars: The Year’s Biggest Hotel Savings Are Here! Take advantage of Caesars Entertainment’s limited time-only Cyber Sale. From the iconic Caesars Palace to value rates at lively Harrah’s, warm up your winter with these hotel room discounts. Rates as low as $30! Book Today.

Links to each hotel are below:

Cyber Monday 11/30 Only
Additional 5% off these rates

Amazon Black Friday deals

*Reminder, discounts don’t apply to resort fees.

Cyber Week Promotion at SLS Las Vegas

SLS Las Vegas King Bed

SLS Las Vegas (check out the World Tower rooms here) is the first to offer a promotion for the holidays that I’ve seen. Many of the casinos have Black Friday and Cyber Week sales. I’ll try to post all of the sales here but chances are some will end up on Facebook while I try to enjoy Thanksgiving.

Here are details from press release:

This holiday season, SLS Las Vegas offers visitors the chance to save big beyond Cyber Monday with its irresistible Cyber Week Sale. Available exclusively online and through SMS subscription, guests will enjoy 50 percent off room rates and a $50 resort credit.

Guests subscribed to SLS’ official SMS will have first-access to this exclusive deal and more. Offered a week early on Nov. 24, subscribers are able to secure lovely savings and book the Cyber Week Sale. Guests can opt in via SMS to receive the booking code by texting SLS to 85292.

Non-subscribers are able to redeem the same offer of 50 percent off available room rates and a $50 resort credit online from Nov. 27 – Dec. 4.

Amazon Black Friday deals

*Reminder, discounts don’t apply to resort fees.

Internet Poker Legal Again!

Internet poker is legal again…but only in Nevada. Yesterday the government in the great state set the first regulations for legal online poker play in the United States – as long as you a playing in Nevada with other people in Nevada.

The Nevada Gaming Commission approved the nation’s first regulations for Internet poker play today, opening the door to the licensing of companies to offer online play within the state.

Play across state lines still wouldn’t be allowed because of restrictions imposed by the U.S. Department of Justice.

This is just the beginning of legal online gambling and should clean up what was a pretty shady business. The first companies on the block for online poker licenses are all large and legitimate businesses:

Six companies already have applications in the regulatory pipeline for licensing: Cantor Gaming, Shuffle Master, International Game Technology, Bally’s Technology, Caesars Entertainment and the South Point.

This was bound to happen. While there were legitimate problems with the companies that were taken down on Black Friday, there may be something to the conspiracy theory that Black Friday was all coordinated by the large gaming companies in the United States.

Look for the online poker licenses to be approved (or denied) in the spring of 2012. In the meantime, I wonder how many online poker players will be moving to Nevada. Living is still cheap.

Full Tilt Poker Room Shut Down

Full Tilt Poker has had their gaming license and poker room is shut down.  Poker News Daily has more details, but here is enough to hold you in case you’re in a rush.

Today’s action by the AGCC is the biggest blow to Full Tilt Poker in the two and a half months since Black Friday.  In fact, many in the poker community believe it is the final dagger for the once high-flying company.  What had previously been the world’s second largest online poker room by a longshot had already lost half of its player base since Black Friday after it had to shut out all U.S. players.  Now, with poker operations completely stopped for at least a month, the company will fall into an even deeper hole.

I guess Phil Ivey‘s lawsuit may have a little mustard to it.  This can’t be a good sign for Full Tilt Poker.  At the same time I don’t think this has any adverse effect on legalization of poker in America.  I’m sure more domino’s will continue to fall.