Casino players clubs and slot clubs have changed a lot over the years. These clubs were originally designed to only reward gamblers. Spending has changed a lot for visitors in Las Vegas. The casino clubs have had to update their system to appropriately reward customers.
Many of these clubs have become more similar to a traditional loyalty club for most businesses. The rewards are no longer restricted to spending on gambling. The majority of large Las Vegas casino players clubs are now rewarding guests for most money spent at their properties. Unfortunately, not all players clubs reward for spending outside of the casino.
Casino guests can now earn reward points from money spent on meals, shopping, shows, spas, gambling and more. Just about every dollar spent in the largest casinos will offer reward points which can lead to comp dollars, discounts, and even some “freebies.” Since you’re spending money to get something at no extra cost, the freebies aren’t technically free.
Let’s take a look at some of the most rewarding casino loyalty clubs and which properties are affiliated with each:
M Life Rewards (MGM Resorts)
Aria, Bellagio, Circus Circus, Excalibur, Luxor, Mandalay Bay/Delano, Monte Carlo/Park MGM, MGM Grand, The Mirage, New York-New York
M Life Rewards is one of the largest casino loyalty clubs in Las Vegas. Earning rewards is easy for guests since you can earn points on almost every dollar spent. The benefits start with discounts across their brand which also includes the Park Theater and T-Mobile Arena. What really makes this loyalty club stand out are the partnerships with companies all around the world.
Total Rewards (Caesars Entertainment)
Bally’s, Caesars Palace, The Cromwell, Flamingo, Harrah’s, The Linq, Paris, Planet Hollywood, Rio
Total Rewards is one of the largest casino loyalty clubs in the United States. There are approximately 40 member casino-resorts around the country with nine in Las Vegas. Points can be earned at their resorts, in the online casino, and with various outside partnerships. Earning rewards can be slightly confusing with this loyalty club. Some businesses (restaurants, etc.) might not be operated by Caesars Entertainment and won’t offer rewards. This information isn’t typically published so you might want to ask before visiting a particular business.
The Venetian and The Palazzo
These two casino-resorts are considered one by operator Las Vegas Sands. While this isn’t the largest loyalty club, they do offer consistent customers with solid rewards. The Grazie algorithm rewards consistent spending. Guests should expect to spend the around the same amount of money on each trip to ensure benefits are maintained. There are plenty of restaurants to earn rewards, each property has a spa, and Tao at The Venetian is one of the most popular nightclubs in Las Vegas. There’s even a new signup bonus promotion running right now.
This is a loyalty club that was designed specifically for customers at the Cosmopolitan. Guests can earn points and benefits quickly from money spent on site. Cash spending on dining, shopping, and hotel receive reward points twice as quickly as slot machine and video poker players. However, the gamblers can receive bonuses as they climb tiers in Identity to earn points quicker. While larger casino chain loyalty clubs are looking to attract the most guests, this players club is specifically designed to reward the most loyal customers when visiting Las Vegas.
Casino loyalty clubs can offer great benefits to anyone visiting Las Vegas. The best news is that you no longer have to gamble to earn points and rewards. Here are a couple of old posts on players clubs if this is a new world to you.
Players Clubs Are Your Secret To Savings In Las Vegas
Why Signup for Players Card?
Marc Meltzer covers Las Vegas, gaming and men’s lifestyle for various outlets. Check out his blog at Edge Vegas.
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