Boarding Pass member Palms brings so many options for players
September 19, 2018 3:00 AM
by H. Scot Krause
“From Dust to Gold.” That’s the saying the Palms Casino Resort has been touting since undergoing an extensive $620 million remodel over the past 2 years.
Just walking in, guests will encounter a one-of-a-kind art program interwoven throughout the property, including a number of pieces from the personal art collections of Frank and Lorenzo Fertitta, with works by globally renowned artists Damien Hirst, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Andy Warhol, and Dustin Yellin. The resort also features newly commissioned creations by leading contemporary artists such as Adam Parker Smith, Jason REVOK, Eric Haze, Felipe Pantone, James Jean, Timothy Curtis and many more that have already begun popping up on property.
Palms is now home to one of the most advanced gaming floors in Las Vegas, having undergone a complete remodel of the entire casino including chic lighting, wood ceiling fixtures and bright carpet tones. Over 40 new table games, which feature charging outlets at many seats, join more than 1,100 video poker and slot machines with the latest games and popular themes centered around a dramatic new center bar. The luxurious new High Limit Gaming Lounge provides an intimate experience for discerning gamers while surrounded by stunning artwork.
New restaurants like Scotch 80 Prime, opened in May. Scotch 80 Prime combines classic Las Vegas charm with an unparalleled dining experience featuring a contemporary and seasonally-inspired menu devoted to thoughtful presentations of carefully sourced USDA Prime Beef, certified Japanese KOBE beef, chicken, chops and seafood.
Send NOODLES opened in February, playing on the colloquialism “send it” or “just saying yes” to something, Send NOODLES features a robust menu with influences from Mandarin, Cantonese, Szechuan, Japanese, Korean and Thai cuisines as well as creative takes on American and Italian classics using Asian ingredients.
A.Y.C.E. (“All You Can Eat”) Buffet is the reimagined buffet concept with a distinct approach to worldly cuisine presented in an innovative, technique-focused fashion within an open food hall setting.
Palms will also soon be home to world-class restaurants from award-winning celebrity chefs Michael Symon and Marc Vetri, whose restaurants will debut in the fall of this year, and Bobby Flay, whose restaurant will debut in spring 2019. In addition, TAO Group, one of the most successful nightlife and restaurant companies in the world will be bringing their highly-acclaimed “Vandal” restaurant from New York City to the property in spring 2019.
Additionally, Palms’ Brenden Theatres boasts a recently renovated 14-screen movieplex, IMAX experience, tiered stadium seating, luxury reclining leather seats, digital sound and giant wall-to-wall curved screens.
Palms is part of Station Casinos Boarding Pass slot club. It is a comprehensive player’s club card, valid at all Station Casinos, Fiesta and Wildfire Gaming properties. Highlights include one point per dollar on video poker, slots and video keno with the availability to immediately multiply points by three via swiping at any Rewards Kiosk. There is a $1 cash back option for every 1,000 points earned; points redemption at more than 50 restaurants, 10 hotels, five bowling centers, seven movie theaters, two spas or for hundreds of concerts, and a five tiered status level. Guests (21 and up) can sign up for a free Boarding Pass at any Rewards Center.
Point earning is as follows:
• Video Poker, Slots, Video Keno: $1 = 1 point;
• Race & Sports: $1 = 1 point;
• Pari-Mutuel Play: $1 = 20 points;
• Bingo: $1 = 5 points;
• Poker: 1 hour of play = 1,000 points.
Points can be used for free slot play, free bingo play, free sports play, free meals, cash back, hotel stays, salons, bars, bowling, movies and more.
Tier status credits are earned as follows:
• Video Poker: 1 credit for $1;
• Slots: 3 credits for $1;
• Video Keno: 3 credits for $1;
• Race & Sports: 1 credit for $1;
• Pari-Mutuel: 10 credits for $1;
• Bingo: 1 credit for $1;
• Poker: 100 credits for 1 hour play;
• Table Games: average bet x number of hours played earns credits.
The five tier levels are Preferred (up to 999 points), Gold (1,000-39,999), Platinum (40,000-99,999), President (100,000-299,999) and Chairman (300,000 and up). Each tier level offers increased benefits. Visit a Boarding Pass center for more club information.
For more information about the Palms, visit: www.palms.com