Coronavirus: Las Vegas wants tourists to come back, hotels offer $10 hotel rooms to loyalty club members

Coronavirus: Las Vegas wants tourists to come back, hotels offer $10 hotel rooms to loyalty club members
FILE PHOTOS: Now that Las Vegas has reopened, hotels are having deals for their loyalty club members. (Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

LAS VEGAS — Loyalty to casinos has rewards. This time it is in the form of really cheap rooms.

Caesars Entertainment properties are giving bargain basement prices for rooms to its diamond status customers. They only have to pay $10 for rooms at some of the resorts, KLAS reported.

MGM is also offering deals but they’re not quite as low with rooms for $25 at resorts such as Excalibur and Luxor. The MGM Grand has $39 rooms for the M Life club.

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But that is the base price of the room, there are fees that are lumped on top of the low price, KLAS reported.

Travel blog The Points Guy, said you can avoid some fees through the Caesars Reward status. Some businesses are also tacking on a COVID-19 fee.