Red Card Equals Wynn Luxury

Dec 8, 2015 3:01 AM

Wynn Las Vegas and Encore on the Las Vegas Strip are sister properties owned by Steve Wynn and are both connected physically and by slot club.

The two elegant hotels combined offer nearly 200,000 square feet of casino space, over 25 restaurants including buffets, award-winning shows, nightclubs, posh pools with fabulous spas, a race and sportsbook, poker room and much more.

Red Card is the universal slot club card used for both properties. It is a single tier club but higher perks and benefits are available through casino hosts. Coin-in requirements for slots is $1.50 to earn one point.

Video poker takes $6-$15, depending on the type and denomination machine, to earn one point. 100 points equals $1 and 1,000 points equals $10 in free slot play. There is no real cash back and players earn comps separately from their points but must be ascertained through a casino host.

Points do expire one year after they are earned even if there is continued account activity, so be sure to keep track and always use them before they are retired from your account. Free play expires 30 days after points are converted. Table game players earn comps only based on type of game, wagers and time played.

New members signing up for Red Card at either property get to spin a prize wheel after earning their first 300 points. Every spin is a guaranteed winner of some type of prize, from $10 in free play up to $10,000 and other prizes like show tickets and meals.

After earning your first 750 points you’ll receive free dinner for two to the newly remodeled buffet at Wynn Las Vegas. Earn 1,300 points and you can receive an additional two buffets or breakfast or lunch for two at Terrace Point Café. Red Card sponsors various other promotions and tournaments throughout the year.

Wynn Las Vegas ushers in a new era in casino gaming with the Dec. 19 opening of Encore Player’s Club. The 5,013-square-foot venue will be located on Encore’s casino floor across from Surrender Nightclub, Andrea’s restaurant and VDKA bar.

Built specifically to appeal to millennials, Encore Player’s Club will offer interactive and social games and mobile sports betting prominently showcased in a unique luxury lounge environment complete with a live DJ.

Encore Player’s Club features will include: luxurious lounge seating with tables for up to eight people, and high-top tables for four, all equipped with Suzo Happ InteractivePro tables; roulette, craps, blackjack and slots; mobile sports betting; a specialty cocktail program; a DJ booth; a shuffleboard table; and a white-lacquer Blatt Billiards table from the Manhattan penthouse of Steve Wynn, CEO and chairman of Wynn Resorts.

On pro football, college conference basketball game days and other special sporting events, a special menu from Wazuzu will be available at Encore Player’s Club. Sporting events can be watched on 23 56-inch HD televisions that offer an immersive viewing experience.

Model and actress Charlotte McKinney will host Encore Player’s Club grand opening party on Wednesday, Jan. 6, the day the International Consumer Electronics Show kicks off in Las Vegas.

Hours of operation for Encore Player’s Club will be Monday through Sunday from 8 p.m. to 4 a.m., with extended hours on game days. For additional information and reservations, call 702-770-7300 or visit WynnSocial.com.

For more information about Wynn, visit: www.wynnlasvegas.com or call 702-770-7000.

H. Scot Krause is a gaming industry analyst, researcher and journalist. He is a former entertainment director and 21-year resident of Las Vegas. Email: [email protected].