Topguest and Caesars launch jackpot social media check-ins

Another interesting integration between the world of social media and the reality of hotel stays with a deal signed between Topguest and the Caesars chain in Las Vegas.

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Visitors to any of the group’s string of properties and venues in the Nevada city will be able to tap into what is being touted as a “mobile-social network experience”, provided by social technology platform Topguest.

The idea is that guests can get extra Total Reward loyalty points every time they check-in at one of the locations, sends a Twitter message or shares a picture using Instagram.

The so-called jackpot element is that each person is automatically entered into a prize draw at various times each day, with additional loyalty points awarded if they win.

The existing loyalty scheme by Caesars is billed as the largest US-wide customer scheme in the world of gaming, with 40 million-plus members.

Caesars says it sees “thousands”of geo-location check-ins, photos and tweets every year, thus the motivation for establishing the infrastructure to give guests an opportunity to earn loyalty points while they are in-resort.

Participating venues include: Caesars Palace, Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, Paris Las Vegas, Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, Flamingo Las Vegas, O’Sheas Casino, Imperial Palace, Harrah’s Las Vegas, and Bally’s Las Vegas.

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