Players Club – South Point Club Card

Written by: John Mehaffey , Expert on Las Vegas Casinos, Games, and Travel
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South Point Casino is located south of the Strip on Las Vegas Blvd.  It was once known as South Coast.  South Point uses The Club for its rewards program.  It is unique to South Point.  No other casinos use it.

How to Receive the Club Card

The most common way to get the Club card is by going to the rewards center at South Point Casino.  It is located near the hotel elevators near the cashier cage.  There is also a form players may use on the website.  The Club members must be at least 21 years of age with a valid photo ID.

How to Use the Club Card

Slot and video poker players should insert their Club card into the slot above the machine’s screen.  There is a smaller screen on the players club device that will welcome you by name to the machine.  You may insert cash and start playing or activate free play.  Points and free play may be converted by entering the account’s PIN and following the instructions on the screen.

Table game players should hand the Club card to the dealer or pit boss.  Poker players should get the dealer to check them in when getting seated at a cash game.

Awards Earned by Game

Slot and video poker players earn one point for every $1 in coin-in.  Players may convert 333 points into $1 in free play or comps.  Table game players receive comps based on the average bet, house edge of the game and time at the table.  Poker players receive $1 an hour in comps when clocked in at cash games. Race players receive $1 for every $100 wagered.

Other Perks Offered by the Club Players Card

The Club card members receive mailers based on play.  Locals receive free slot play and food vouchers.  Out of town guests also receive hotel room offers.  A players card is needed for discounts on the property at the buffet and 24-hour café.

How to Redeem Free Slot Play

Free slot play may be redeemed directly on the machine.  This applies to both free play mailed as offers and the conversion of points.  Insert the card into the machine and enter your PIN.  You will see a “Bonus Credits” option.  The machine will ask how much you would like to transfer to the machine.  Confirm this number and start playing.  Free slot play must be wagered one time before cashing out.

The Club Card Return Rate

Slot and video poker players receive 0.3% in free play or comps.  Poker players receive $1 an hour in comps at cash games. Race players receive 1%.  The comp rate for table game players depends on the game played, average bet and time in action.

John Mehaffey

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John Mehaffey is a poker and casino expert who has been playing online games for money since 2001. He knows how to find the best video poker and table games and writes about casino players' clubs, promotions, and things to do in Las Vegas, where he currently resides.

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