The Golden Nugget
The Golden Nugget seems to change their 24k Select players club as often, if not more, than any other Las Vegas players club. That doesn’t help since the 24k Select players club is slightly confusing. The first thing to know is that the Golden Nugget players club in Las Vegas is that it’s not linked with your Golden Nugget players club in other cities like Atlantic City, Biloxi, Lake Charles and Laughlin.
However, your 24k Select benefits from Las Vegas can be used outside of Las Vegas – but not across the country or in those casinos. See, the Golden Nugget is owned by Landry’s who own restaurants like Chart House, Morton’s Steakhouse and McCormick & Schmick’s to name a few. You can use 24k Select rewards at Landry’s restaurants in Arizona, California and anywhere in Nevada.
Now, even though the players clubs are separate for each casino you receive a trip to any other Golden Nugget in America outside of Las Vegas when you reach Elite status. Confusing logistics aside the current version of the 24k Select players club offers some of the most diverse rewards of any Downtown Las Vegas casino. It helps that the Golden Nugget offers the most amenities of casinos in the area.
Earning Reward Points And Tier Credits
24k Select Reward points and Tier credits are only earned from gambling at the Golden Nugget. The base earning rate for video poker is higher than most players clubs in Las Vegas. When you switch the earning rate to the high return rate for video poker you’re looking a territory that’s only touched by a few players clubs.
- 1 point – $3 slots
- 1 point – $10 video poker (machines with high returns are 1 point for $25 coin-in)
- Table games credits are based on game, your average bet and length of play
- Not available
24k Select has four tiers with a wide range of benefits that will suit a local and a tourist. This is a rarity for a Las Vegas players club since most offer benefits that greatly benefit one or the other. Such is the case with all players clubs the higher tier you achieve with 24k Select the better your benefits. However the two highest tiers of 24k Select offer a lot more benefits than the lower levels. In addition to the tier benefits every 100 reward points can redeemed for $1 in free play.
24Karat (Entry 0 – 3,999 points)
- Redeem points for free play
- Dining and retail benefits
- Invitation to members only tournaments
- Coupons and offers based on play
- Room discounts and best rate guarantee
- 5% discount at the spa and select retail
- Redeem select rewards at Landry’s restaurants in Arizona, California and Nevada
- Pre-Sale tickets to select events and concerts
- Discounts to select shows
Premier (4,000 – 23,999 points)
- All of 24Karat and the following
- 10% discount at the spa and select retail
- Renewal/Appreciation gift
Chairman (24,000 – 99,999 points)
- All of Premier and the following
- 15% discount at the spa and select retail
- Priority slot service
- Complimentary room upgrade (based on availability)
- Priority Check-In line
- Priority access to pool cabanas
- Priority spa and salon reservations
- Priority reservations and seating at Landry’s restaurants in Arizona, California and Nevada
- Free valet at Landry’s restaurants in Arizona, California and Nevada
- VIP Line at buffet and Claim Jumper in casino
- Dedicated/priority reservation line
- Access to special branded experiences
- Priority valet service
Elite (100,000 and above points)
- All of Chairman and the following
- Annual retreat to any Golden Nugget casino
- 20% discount at the spa and select retail
- Guaranteed hotel reservations
- Personal concierge/casino host
- Complimentary business center services
- Pool and fitness center access (you +1 guest)
- Guaranteed parking
As mentioned above Landry’s restaurants in Arizona, California and Nevada all offer benefits based on your 24k Select status.
Golden Nugget Las Vegas is the only participating casino with 24k Select. Here’s a reminder that the Golden Nugget Las Vegas players club isn’t combined with your other Golden Nugget players club accounts.
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