CLEVELAND -- Just like the Hollywood movies show, casinos take care of their high rollers with free hotel rooms, dinners and spa services.
Horseshoe Cleveland Casino players can get the same perks.
But how much will you have to spend to get the all-star treatment?
Of all the cards dealt at the Horseshoe Casino, the one that might earn you some pampering is the Total Rewards Card.
Think of it like your credit card rewards. The more money you spend, the more points you earn. But if you do the math, depending on how you play, you've got a lot of spending to do.
Here are easier ways to earn points.
Just eating at the Casino's restaurants earns you one credit for every dollar you spend and playing table games could earn you more points than just the video gaming terminals and slots.
So you can reach your freebies a lot faster.
If you want a free meal at a restaurant outside the casino, 200 points equals one dollar at participating Cleveland restaurants.
Let's say you want to get a $50 meal at Morton's steak house. $5 in the slot machines equals one point. You'll have to pump a thousand dollars into the slot machines.
How about a free night at The Ritz Carlton? They're a partner, so the ration is 100 points for a dollar. The room costs $319 a night. Video poker terminals pay one point for every $10.
That means you have to gamble more than $3,000 to get the free room. The Total Rewards can be earned at 40 other casinos nationwide so you can earn points where ever you go.
It's free to sign up.
Here are the local restaurants where you can redeem rewards: Chinato; Chophouse; Cowell & Hubbard;;Hyde Park; John Q's Steakhouse; Johnny's; Morton's Steakhouse; Parallax; Pickwick & Frolic; Pura Vida; Chocolate Bar; Corner Alley; and XO
The hotels? The Ritz Carlton, the Renaissance and the Marriott in downtown Cleveland.