Which Las Vegas Players Club Has My Favorite Casino?

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Visiting Las Vegas isn’t like visiting any other city in so many ways. Most hotel operators around the world have a loyalty club to reward their best customers. As you might imagine, Las Vegas takes rewarding loyalty to a whole other level. Rewards aren’t quite as simple as other businesses but they can much more rewarding.

Unlike traditional hotels, you can spend an entire Las Vegas vacation walking miles under one roof and finding something different to occupy your time every day. Las Vegas casino loyalty clubs and players clubs reward customers for much more than you’d imagine. Customers at casinos can earn points for gambling, dining, drinking, spa treatments, golf outings, movies, bowling and much more.

Casino players clubs are free to join in exchange for your personal information for marketing purposes. Rewards can vary from a couple of dollars in free play in the casino to lavish trips around the world. Each players club rewards spending based on their own proprietary algorithm.

Customers will see rewards before spending any money just for signing up. Sure, a 5% discount isn’t a free night in a hotel but it’s better than nothing. That 5% could pay for a cup of coffee or an In N Out Burger. The more money that is spent with a players club, the better the rewards should be.

Consolidation of Las Vegas casinos has slowed in recent years but it still happens. Coast Casinos became Boyd Gaming casinos way back in 2004. Last year Boyd Gaming added three new casinos to their B-Connected players club. Every casino in Las Vegas has a players club but there are a large companies with multiple properties. Newer properties are noted with italics.

M Life – MGM Resorts
Aria, Bellagio, Delano, Excalibur, Luxor, Mandalay Bay, The Mirage, MGM Grand, Monte Carlo, New York-New York, Vdara

Total Rewards – Caesars Entertainment
Bally’s, Caesars Palace, The Cromwell, Flamingo, Harrah’s, Linq, Paris, Planet Hollywood, Rio

Boarding Pass – Station Casinos
Boulder Station, Green Valley Ranch, Palace Station, Palms, Red Rock Resort, Santa Fe Station, Sunset Station, Texas Station, Fiesta Henderson, Fiesta Rancho

B-Connected – Boyd Gaming
Aliante, California, Cannery, Eastside Cannery, Fremont, Gold Coast, Main Street Station, The Orleans, Suncoast, Sam’s Town

Grazie – Las Vegas Sands
The Palazzo, The Venetian

Red Card – Wynn Resorts
Encore, Wynn

Marquee Rewards – Penn National Gaming
M Resort, Tropicana

All players clubs above will reward for all spending at the property except for Marquee Rewards and B-Connected. It should be noted that Wynn’s Red Card is operated differently than all other players clubs. In an effort to make the visit more personal, customers are instructed to discuss rewards with a host.

Las Vegas casino players clubs are a great way to explore different properties all over Las Vegas. You may receive complimentary rooms or simply discounts but you can explore hotels from the Vegas Strip to the suburbs and in-between.

In case you didn’t know, the $20 Trick works on complimentary hotel rooms. This may be the best $20 anyone can spend on a hotel room in Las Vegas.