Wynn Rewards Loyalty Club Offers Tier Matching

Wynn Las Vegas rolled out a new customer loyalty club card on Dec. 21, 2020. Now, for a limited time, the company is offering tier matching.

Until recently, players at Wynn and Encore could join the Red Card program, but it didn’t have tiers.

Tiers are a big deal to gamblers, because the higher the tier, the better the perks.

At Wynn, the perks include free play, comp dollars and exclusive room offers.

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After the launch of Wynn Rewards in Las Vegas (it had been around awhile at Encore Boston Harbor), players could attain three tiers: Red, Platinum and Black.

With tier matching, a player can use an existing loyalty club card from a competing casino to get a comparable tier level at Wynn Las Vegas.

For example, a Chairman level player at Golden Nugget gets a Platinum card at Wynn. A Diamond player at Caesars gets a Platinum card at Wynn. A Noir player in the M Life system (MGM Resorts) leapfrogs to the Black tier at Wynn Resorts.

You can see all the details on the Wynn Las Vegas Web site, or just get eye strain trying to read the following chart.

This is the tallest graphic we’ve ever had on our blog. The sacrifices we make for you.

Tier matching is a common practice among casinos, as it’s a way to acquire new players who are loyal to their favorite resorts.

Here’s the tier matching information for MGM Resorts, and here’s more from Caesars Entertainment.

If you’re dumping your Red Card for Wynn Rewards, recycle! The card makes a great “crumber.”

We have a virtually limitless supply of stupid ideas. Check out more alternate uses for your players club cards.

This is the first time Wynn’s loyalty club has offered tier matching, do don’t miss out. It’s a great way to make your favorite casino jealous, and you can never have too many dining and spa credits, free play or other goodies.

The opportunity to tier match ends August 31, 2021, so don’t procrastinate. You know how you are.