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Wynn and its adjoining sister tower and casino Encore make up one of the most luxurious properties in Las Vegas. The target guest at Wynn is an affluent traveler that may not care as much about players club points than visitors to some other casinos. Unlike most casinos on the Vegas Strip Wynn’s Red Card doesn’t have tiers for their players club. The Wynn philosophy is that each person deserves a very specific customer service experience and they do that by providing comps from hosts and by keeping everyone on an even playing field.
You’re encouraged to charge all spending at Wynn or Encore to your room. All of your spending is taken into account including dining, gaming, shopping and spa treatments. At the end of each trip you can visit a host host to review your account to see if there are any discounts or comps available.
While your major comps will come from your overall spend at Wynn and Encore you can still earn points and free play when gambling. Free play at Wynn is called FreeCredit. You’ll see details below.
Earning Red Card points at Wynn is limited to machine play. You only receive Red Card points and free play from gambling at video poker and slot machines. Discretionary comps are available and details on obtaining them are below.
- 1 point – $1.50 reel slot machine
- 1 point – $6 or $15 video poker (depending on game)
- Red Card points are not earned on table games, sports book and electronic craps machines.
- Red Card points are not earned from non-gaming spend
*1,000 points earned is equal to $10 in free play.
Comps for reel slots, video poker machines, table games, race and sports book betting and poker are based on your average bet, type of game you play and length of play. To have your play tracked just insert your Red Card into the video poker or slot machine, hand it to the dealer before table game play, or to the ticket writer prior to wagering on races or sports.
Red Card doesn’t have ongoing partnerships. Occasionally you’ll see short term partnerships offering deals on flights and so forth. Your best bet is to keep a close eye on your mail from Wynn.
Wynn Red Card can be used at Wynn and Encore in Las Vegas. The two hotels towers are separate but physically connected. The Red Card doesn’t work with properties in Macau. Perhaps making things a bit more confusing, and not to be confused with Red Card, a new millennial targeted Wynn Las Vegas ENCORE PLAYERS CLUB gaming experience that operates nightly from 8pm to 4am recently opened near the Encore club Surrender.
The excitement of blackjack, roulette and craps mingles with a Las Vegas nightlife vibe like only Encore can provide in our newest entertainment offering. Situated across from Surrender, Encore Players Club offers pool, interactive tables and plenty of space to sit and to watch the game on one of twenty-three 56” HDTVs. A live DJ will set the tone so you and your party can see how the night plays out.
Since this is very new, we are currently treating it as a another casino within a casino; but comp earning rates and promotions based on play in this venue might eventually vary from the standard Red Card offerings.
Programs like Red Card tend to be rather elusive with regard to how and what you earn. Most valuable for smaller and less frequent players tend to be marketing offers that also include offers to return to Wynn and Encore. The value of these offers can often exceed comps earned on an average visit since the marketing offers often include free or heavily discounted rooms and free play.
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