Free Merch? Sure! Caesars Sportsbook & Casino Offers It Up In Great Gift Wrap Up

Written By Drew Ellis on October 1, 2021 - Last Updated on February 28, 2024
Caesars Great Gift Wrap Up 2021

Caesars Sportsbook & Casino is trying to make the holidays a little more exciting this year with the Great Gift Wrap Up 2021.

From now until December, users can play their favorite casino games or place sports wagers to earn points. Those points can be redeemed at a year-end event for premium merchandise.

That merchandise can make for a holly jolly Christmas for you and your family.

How the Great Gift Wrap Up works

To be eligible for the promotion, users need to just be at least 21 years of age and a legal resident of the United States.

You also need to be a Caesars Rewards member. Membership is free, and people can join at any Caesars Rewards Center online at You can also join at any Caesars Rewards branded online casino or sportsbook, or via the Play by Caesars Rewards Mobile App.

Throughout the promotional period, all eligible participants who play at any of the participating properties, using their Caesars Rewards card, can earn bonus gift points. That accumulation comes in addition to their Caesars reward credits and tier credits.

Gift points are tallied based on the number of reward credits accumulated during the promotional period through “tracked play.”

Participants will earn approximately 1 gift point for every 1 reward credit accumulated during the promotional period. For example, if a participant earns 5 reward credits, they will earn 5 gift points.

Some of the other details of this promotion can be tricky. We’ve gleaned some of the initial highlights, but here’s a full reading of the terms and conditions.

Where can Great Gift Wrap Up points be earned?

Points can be earned at a number of Caesars properties across the country, as well as online.

If you’re looking to earn credits physically at a casino, Caesars Windsor across the Canadian border will be your closest option relative to Michigan and metro Detroit.

However, Caesars Online Sportsbook & Casino is available here throughout Michigan, and points can also be accumulated through their online app and website.

Users will just need to link their loyalty program account at that location to their Caesars Rewards account. Accounts that are not linked will not earn gift points.

What can be purchased with Gift Points?

As gift points accumulate, users will have two opportunities to use those points to make purchases.

The main shopping events will be:

  • Digital Main Event: Nov. 4-7 (shopping done online at
  • Caesars Palace Ballroom Main Event: Dec. 6-12 (shopping done in-person)

If you visit the Great Gift Wrap Up site, you can see a complete list of what will be available during the shopping events.

Included in the merchandise is:

  • Electronics
  • Jewelry
  • Apparel
  • Housewares
  • Appliances
  • Casino & sports bonuses

Redeeming the gifts in-person

When doing the in-person shopping, it’s important to know some of the details.

According to Caesars, here are key points to redeeming your rewards:

  • May only be redeemed in person during the event. If part of the online event, that means you are using your account and points to shop.
  • Participants are required to stay at one of the participating properties during the promotional period or during the event to participate in this promotion. To make a reservation at one of the participating properties, call 1-866-WRAPUP1.
  • During the event, gift points may be redeemed for various prizes.

Caesars specifies that every effort will be made for the gifts to be delivered by Dec. 25, 2021. However, that delivery date is subject to weather-related delays and holiday mail volume that would be beyond their control.

Now that you know all the details, it’s time to get to work and start racking up your points.

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Drew Ellis is currently the Lead Writer of He was the former Lead Writer of PlayMichigan, the No. 1 source for online gambling news in Michigan. A lifelong resident of the state, Ellis has been working in various forms of media since 1998, including more than a decade in the sports betting industry prior to transitioning into US casino markets in 2020.

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