Most Las Vegas casinos offers a players club. This is where players give the casino personal information in exchange for the chance at receiving perks. A card is issued to the player that tracks play. Comps that include free play, meals and hotels are awarded based on the level of action a player gives.
No two players clubs are alike. The list below links to details of each Las Vegas casino’s rewards program.
AcePlay – Stratosphere and Arizona Charlie’s
AcePlay is the players club for Stratosphere and the two Arizona Charlie’s in Las Vegas. The same card also works at Aquarius in Laughlin. The company will sell to Golden Entertainment in 2017 so the future of the players club system is unknown, however, it is expected that comps earned now will be good after the acquisition.
Binion’s and 4Queens
Binion’s and 4Queens are owned by the same company. However, the casinos offer separate players clubs. There is some overlap. For example, Binion’s does not have a hotel. Its players are offered ones at 4Queens. Food comps are not generally interchangeable between the properties.
BConnected – Boyd Gaming
BConnected is the players club for all Boyd Gaming casinos throughout the United States. In Las Vegas, it is used at California, Fremont, Gold Coast, Main Street Station, Sam’s Town, Suncoast and The Orleans. While Boyd Gaming now operates Aliante Casino, Cannery and Eastside Cannery, those casinos still use the players club related to the previous owners.
Boarding Pass – Station Casinos
Boarding Pass is the players card for Station Casinos. Locals casinos that use Boarding Pass include Palms, Red Rock, Green Valley Ranch, Fiestas and Palace Station.
Casino Royale is a small Las Vegas Strip casino. It is the only players club that returns a percentage of losses, as opposed to issuing points based on the amount of action.
Circus Circus and Slots A Fun
Circus Circus and Slots A Fun are owned by MGM Resorts but do not use the MLife card. The properties have their own one. No other casinos use it.
Club Cortez is the program operated by El Cortez, located just east of the Fremont Street Experience. It is not used by any other casino.
Downtown Grand Rewards
Downtown Grand is an independent casino with an exclusive players club. It is known to take care of locals and tourists alike.
Golden Gate and The D
Golden Gate and The D are owned by the Stevens brothers. The casinos have separate players clubs, although there is some overlap. For example, there are currently no dining options at Golden Gate. Players at that casino earn food comps at restaurants at The D.
Golden Rewards is the players card used by Golden Entertainment. The company operates local taverns, including PT’s Pub, Sierra Gold and Sean Patrick’s.
Identity – Cosmopolitan
Identity is the players club used by Cosmopolitan, one of the most luxurious resorts on the Las Vegas Strip. Identity is exclusive to this casino.
Marquee Rewards – Penn Gaming
Marquee Rewards is the players club used by Penn Gaming throughout the United States. It is accepted at Tropicana and M Resort. While the two casinos use the same card, the comps are not entirely interchangeable.
MLife – MGM Resorts
MLife is used by most MGM Resorts casinos. Points earned through slot play may be redeemed at any casino that accepts MLife. Discretionary comps are generally property-specific.
MoreCard – Jerry’s Nugget
Jerry’s Nugget is an independent casino. It uses the MoreCard. Players earn free play and food comps when using it. Jerry’s Nugget does not have a hotel.
Passport – Ellis Island
Ellis Island is located just east of the Las Vegas Strip. It is known for its great gambling and affordable, quality dining options. Its Passport players card is required to take advantage of its special dining offers.
Rampart is a casino located in Summerlin next to Suncoast. It uses the Rampart Rewards card for its comp program. The card is exclusive to Rampart.
Royal Rewards – Plaza
Royal Rewards is the Plaza players club. There are no other casinos that use it.
Silverton is a locals casino located just south of the Las Vegas Strip. It is at the I-15/Blue Diamond exit.
Once called South Coast, South Point is on Las Vegas Blvd south of the Strip. The South Point players club is exclusive to this casino.
Total Rewards – Caesars Entertainment
Total Rewards is often considered the players club that started it all. It is among the most generous in terms of free hotel rooms. Total Rewards is used at all Caesars Entertainment casinos throughout North America.
Westgate is the current name for the former Las Vegas Hilton. Its players card is exclusive to this property.