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Las Vegas Casino Loyalty Programs

Las Vegas Casino Loyalty Programs

What's a Las Vegas Casino Loyalty Program, you ask?. Also referred to as slot cards, comp cards or players cards, tt's your ticket to free stuff and discounts. Technically though, a Las Vegas players card or rewards card is what the casinos use to track how much money you're betting and how often you play. The more you play the more points you accumulate.

You can redeem these for free things. If the powers that be see that you're spending a good amount then they reward you with some pretty impressive comps. Your free points qualify you for special rates on rooms or sometimes free rooms, food and shows. High rollers get free top-notch accommodation, like the penthouse suite, and may even get additional service like a personal assistant and a dedicated limo for the duration of their stay. The free stuff doesn't stop when you leave Vegas. As a Las Vegas Casino Loyalty Program card holder, expect to receive special offers in the mail to lure you back after you leave.

If you plan to gamble while in Las Vegas, my advice to you is don’t even play a cent without signing up for the most valuable card in any Las Vegas casino, "The players club card". This is your ticket to free stuff. Advice submitted by Greg Delaney

How to Get a Las Vegas Casino Loyalty Card

When you enter the casino, follow the signs pointing you to the Casino Loyalty Program desk. If you don't see one, ask a casino employee where to go to apply for the Rewards card.

Fill out the application with your name, date of birth and mailing address. Some casinos will just ask for your goverment issued ID and collect this information from your ID. The casino will need this to send you special offers and promotions.

Submit your form and show your driver's license or picture ID at the booth. The employee at the booth will enter your information and issue you a card on the spot.

MGM Rewards

Tips on Using Your Las Vegas Casino Rewards Card

Use your Vegas Rewards card at every game you play. Present it to the dealer at table games and insert it into the appropriate slot at the slot machines. In fact, do not play a red cent unless you are using your card. Anything you play without it will be points lost.

Find out who the pit boss is. For almost everything in life it's a matter of whom you know. Las Vegas casinos are no exception when it comes to getting the comp you want with your accumulated points. The pit boss has the immediate authority to decide whether you've played long enough and just what kind of comp you will be getting if you're getting anything.

If you can afford it, play impressive hands of $50 and up at the table when the pit boss is watching. This should convince him that you're a serious gambler deserving of some comps. You can go back to smaller bets when he leaves. After about an hour of playing at a table, ask to meet the pit boss and ask about the possibility of a free room or an upgrade. The most negative thing she can say is no but she may give you something else instead.

Remember to take your Rewards card with you whenever you are done playing at a table or machine. If you do lose your Las Vegas Casino Loyalty card, however, the casino will give you a duplicate.

Show your ID whenever you go to redeem the points on your Vegas Rewards card. The casinos want to make sure no one else is using your card.

Get a Rewards card at every casino you go to. However, not all casinos have players clubs.

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Las Vegas Casino Loyalty Programs
my|Rewards Boarding Pass
my|Rewards Boarding Pass

Palms Casino Resort, Palace Station, Boulder Station, Texas Station, Sunset Station, Santa Fe Station, Green Valley Ranch, and Red Rock Casino.

Caesars Rewards
Caesars Rewards

Bally's, Paris Las Vegas, Harrahs Las Vegas, Flamingo, Caesars Palace Las Vegas, Planet Hollywood and Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino.

M life Rewards
Las Vegas Casino Players Club

Bellagio, MGM Grand, Mandalay Bay, The Mirage, Luxor, Excalibur, New York New York, and Park MGM

B Connected
BConnected Card

The Orleans, Gold Coast, Sun Coast or Sam's Town, Main Street Station, California Hotel, Fremont Hotel

Wynn Rewards
Wynn Rewards
Wynn Las Vegas
Grazie Rewards
Grazie Rewards
The Venetian
The Palazzo
mychoice Loyalty Rewards Program
The M Resort Spa Casino
Tropicana Las Vegas
Club One
Club One Las Vegas
Circa Resort & Casino
the D Las Vegas Casino Hotel
Golden Gate Hotel Casino
True Rewards
True Rewards
The STRAT Hotel, Casino & SkyPod
Arizona Charlie's Boulder
Arizona Charlie's Decatur
Aquarius Casino Resort
Edgewater Hotel Casino Resort
Colorado Belle Hotel Casino Resort
Pahrump Nugget Hotel Casino
Gold Town Casino
Lakeside Casino & RV Park
True Rewards
True Rewards

PT's Entertainment Group
PT's Gold Pub | PT's Ranch
PT's Brewing Company | Sierra Gold
Sean Patrick's Pub & Grill | SG Bar

Rewards Card
Club Binion's
Big Shot Club
Apply in person
American Can Club
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Identity Membership & Rewards
Casino Royale
Club Royale
Circus Circus
Circus Players Club
El Cortez Hotel & Casino
Jackie's Club Cortez
Apply in person
Ellis Island
Passport Players Club
the D Las Vegas
the D Club Card
Apply in person
Golden Nugget
24 Karat Club
OYO Hotel & Casino Las Vegas
Rewards Club
Jerry's Nugget
More Club
Jokers Wild
Prime Rewards

Rewards Card
Rampart Rewards
Resorts World Las Vegas
Genting Rewards
SAHARA Las Vegas
Infinity Rewards
Discovery Club
Slots A Fun
One Club
Apply in person
Treasure Island
Players Club
Player's Club
Westin Las Vegas Hotel, Casino & Spa
Max Rewards Players Club
Sign up online or in person

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