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South Point’s “The Club” has perhaps the simplest slot club name. In terms of user friendliness, it’s one of the easiest and most straight-forward loyalty clubs in town.

Every dollar you play is 1 point, and at The Club 1000 points is equal to $3 in cash back, slot play or comps. That’s, a very respectable .33 return, among the top in the city.

Comps can be used at all hotel and casino bars, restaurants, gift shops, liquor stores, bingo games, Costa del Sur Spa and Salon, South Point Showroom, movie theatre, events and the bowling arena.

The Club has no tiers or hoops to jump through, trying to achieve a higher level, or pressure to “play more” to reach the next plateau. There are no “VIP lines.” Everyone can feel like an equal VIP.

No scoffing at those high rollers who move up in the buffet line faster. It could be why the club is so popular, depending on your own personal views about slot clubs. There is no denying its simplicity of use and the good return values you will receive.

Slot club booth employees are always very helpful and there are kiosks on the floor that will show your points and current promotions. The website is also helpful for promotion updates, win/loss statements and more.

Based on your play, most players will receive a monthly mailer with free slot play offers, food offers and the new month’s current promotions.

South Point’s gaming amenities include more than 2,450 of the most popular slot and video poker machines featuring ticket-in, ticket-out technology. Their video poker games are some of the best pay tables available in Las Vegas. Good video poker is also an indication that slots may be “looser” as well.

The casino pit features over 60 table games including 21, Craps, Roulette, Fortune Pai Gow Poker, Baccarat, Ultimate Texas Hold ‘em and Three Card Poker with Progressive.

The race and sports book has over 300 seats with separate viewing areas for horse and sports action. Comps are earned separately for table games, sports betting, horse racing and live poker.

The bingo room has 600 seats and features Cash Ball and the Progressive Double Action Jackpot, and you’ll earn Club points for buy-ins there as well as future mailer discounts.

South Point has also gained a reputation for offering good promotions. Usually you will find multiple point days on holidays; up to 10x normal points for penny slots and double points for video poker. At least once or twice a year (in the past and seems likely to continue) players can use their points for 50% off during special promotion periods.

Until the end of May, players who earn 300 same day base slot points between 3 a.m. and 1 p.m. Monday through Thursday will receive one free lunch buffet. Bettors earning 300 more same day base slot points or 600 before 8 p.m. receive one free dinner buffet. All players keep the earned points and there are no machine restrictions.

For questions about The Club call 702-796-7111.

H. Scot Krause is a gaming industry analyst, researcher and journalist. He is a former entertainment director and 18-year resident of Las Vegas. Questions or comments may be addressed to: [email protected]

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