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can anyone explain what 2022 CLUB ROYALE TIER BENEFIT (22TIER) is?


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15 minutes ago, Riley said:

Ah - as someone who doesn't frequent the casino this helps.  How much do you have to gamble to get to the status?

 

For PRIME you have to earn 2500 points, SIGNATURE 25,000 points, and MASTERS 100,000 points in a year (April 1 to March 31). Similar to Frequent Flyer programs once you hit the earned points you'll gain status for the rest of the current and the next year.

1 point = $5 in slot machine play or $10 video poker play.

Tables games: how long you play, average wager, and table game. However, I'm sure a Ouija board is used somewhere in the point calculation process. 

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39 minutes ago, CGTLH said:

For PRIME you have to earn 2500 points, SIGNATURE 25,000 points, and MASTERS 100,000 points in a year (April 1 to March 31). Similar to Frequent Flyer programs once you hit the earned points you'll gain status for the rest of the current and the next year.

1 point = $5 in slot machine play or $10 video poker play.

Tables games: how long you play, average wager, and table game. However, I'm sure a Ouija board is used somewhere in the point calculation process. 

Holy crap! That's a LOT of money just to get a free cruise. You could just use that money to get multiple cruises. And on top of that, it only lasts for a year or two?!

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16 minutes ago, Lexster said:

Holy crap! That's a LOT of money just to get a free cruise. You could just use that money to get multiple cruises. And on top of that, it only lasts for a year or two?!

Depends on luck.

My most recent cruise I earned 355 points and walked out the casino up $45. Of those points 202 were from slot play, with a loss of $155. Doing the math the amount of play was $1,010.

Remainder was from a single session of Three Card Poker betting only the $10 ante (table minimum) and play when logical. No idea how long I was playing. Walked away up $200 on that session.

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The first cruise we went on (Jan 2020) we spent about $200 in the casino. Didn't know anything about free cruises. But ever since then we've been receiving free cruises (interior room). We've probably had 10 offers and have taken advantage of three of them. They also send us offers for $100 on cruises. To us, it's worth the gamble.

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I spent less than $500 I believe to become prime. You win, lose, win, lose and essentially end up playing with house money to earn your points. I won like $800+ playing on Allure in Oct 2021, it paid for tips and other activities. I did a S2S2S in Jan and was down $300 in total. I made Prime on a 2n cruise in Feb and have received offers for 3 free interiors since then, not including my annual prime cruise, plus offers for a $100 off select cruises. Since I already gamble, it's worth it.  I was able to book 2 and since its just taxes and fees, unless I upgrade, I am already in the black so to speak.

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Can anyone tell me where I can get the details on the benefit? I made prime earlier this month and wonder how long I have to book the annual benefit cruise? I'm sure the info is readily available but haven't found yet. I do have the benefit in my offers

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43 minutes ago, PRebecca said:

Can anyone tell me where I can get the details on the benefit? I made prime earlier this month and wonder how long I have to book the annual benefit cruise? I'm sure the info is readily available but haven't found yet. I do have the benefit in my offers

You have to book and sail by March 31st 2023. It is listed in the info on Club Royale's website as well as RCG website under FAQs about Casino Royale. 

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I'm "prime" -- been in that tier forever.  I only play blackjack -- not slots.  Rating a table player is apparently voodoo.  It's allegedly based on average bet and time spent at the table, but unlike Vegas I hardly ever see a dealer or pit boss track that your betting has changed.  This is purely anecdotal, but I place a few high bets when I join.  Same when the boss wanders over with his tablet.  You can ask what they're tracking you at -- they don't mind.

I've never used any of the free cabin offers, but I get 1 a year that has a $500 cash trade-in value.  Once in a while a random $250 one.  Those are the good ones.  You can apply them to any cabin, any cruise... as long as it's within the expiration date.

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You can track your offers at:

https://www.clubroyaleoffers.com/PlayerLookup.asp

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 but I get 1 a year that has a $500 cash trade-in value. Once in a while a random $250 one. Those are the good ones.  You can apply them to any cabin, any cruise... as long as it's within the expiration date.

 

Thanks for this, another tidbit I missed in my brief search. Thank you, I'll spend some time digging into the rules and FAQs.

Big help as always,  here on the boards!! Yall are the best

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The one with the $500 trade-in value will be your annual free prime cruise. That one can be used on any cruise that sails within the years' timeframe. Unlike some other free interiors, balconies, etc. that must be used within a specified timeframe and itinerary. However, I have discovered that you can use the money off and free specialized ones on already booked sailing as long as they aren't past final payment. 

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1 hour ago, Ampurp85 said:

The one with the $500 trade-in value will be your annual free prime cruise. That one can be used on any cruise that sails within the years' timeframe. Unlike some other free interiors, balconies, etc. that must be used within a specified timeframe and itinerary. However, I have discovered that you can use the money off and free specialized ones on already booked sailing as long as they aren't past final payment. 

Although I recently was told that you can only apply it to the booked cruise if you are willing to have it rebooked at the current rate (so if you booked early for a good price, it may not be worth the base price change?).

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3 hours ago, AlohaLivin said:

Although I recently was told that you can only apply it to the booked cruise if you are willing to have it rebooked at the current rate (so if you booked early for a good price, it may not be worth the base price change?).

Yes, this is true, and it is great that you can check before you jump the gun.

 

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On 4/21/2022 at 11:08 AM, CGTLH said:

Name of the Annual Complimentary Cruise from Club/Casino Royale.

Following is what each tier gets: PRIME, interior; SIGNATURE, balcony; MASTERS, Grand Suite.

Hi there, do you know on what length of cruise it applies too?, I still have a Tier Benefit available but it doesn't give me a guide as to what itineraries I can book, so do you know if it's 7 days or less or something like that?

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21 hours ago, Divelizard said:

Hi there, do you know on what length of cruise it applies too?, I still have a Tier Benefit available but it doesn't give me a guide as to what itineraries I can book, so do you know if it's 7 days or less or something like that?

My understanding is you can choose a 7 night itinerary anywhere in the world on any ship (other than Wonder until early march when she completes her first full year of sailing).  Cruise cannot fall over any US holidays.

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4 hours ago, WAAAYTOOO said:

There have been some variations on this "rule".  My experience has been that they disallow Christmas and NY but often don't really care about other holidays.  YMMV

Oh that's good to know....thank you for sharing.  When I called to inquire I was told absolutely no holidays but I guess it doesn't hurt to ask once you have a specific sailing date in mind.

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