This is a roundup of news and other interesting pieces that I’ve come across over the last few days. Bally’s will become Horseshoe Las Vegas, Marriott Bonvoy changes terms, Northern Pacific Airways, Grand Reserve Mastercard discontinued, and earning American Airlines Loyalty Points without flying.
The transformation will begin in the spring of 2022 and will include a renovated exterior, new entertainment and food and beverage options, and a reimagined casino floor and public areas. In keeping with Horseshoe’s classic sophistication, the design team will incorporate a handcrafted feeling with tooled leather, dramatic colors, and the brand’s signature gold horseshoe iconography.
Occupying one of the most coveted locations in gaming, Horseshoe Las Vegas will stand at the 50-yard-line of the Las Vegas Strip at the corner of Flamingo Rd. The multi-million dollar investment is the latest in a series of reimaginings for Caesars Entertainment’s storied Las Vegas resorts, including a new entrance to Caesars Palace, multi-million dollar investments in casino floor, and gaming technology across the properties, and incredible partnerships with world-class entertainers and restaurateurs.
Marriott has again made minor changes to the Terms & Conditions governing its Bonvoy guest loyalty program.
The airline has big plans. They want to use Icelandair as an example and operate a one-stop model for traffic between the U.S. and Asia just like Icelandair does with traffic to Europe. Check out more information and images on the article.
The card launched not long ago, and it will now be discontinued on March 9, 2022.
American Airline elite status will be easier than ever to get this year for those willing to do a little legwork from the comfort of their couches. This is because on March 1, 2022, American Airlines will debut a new simplified system for earning status: Loyalty Points.