The Wynn Red Card is not only your room key but also doubles as the one card that delivers preferred access to the world of Wynn Las Vegas.
If you are a guest at Wynn Las Vegas or Encore Las Vegas, you are already a member. Your room key will get you into much more than just your room. If you're not a hotel guest, It's just as easy. Just visit the Red Card desk inside the casinos at the Wynn or the Encore Las Vegas, or take a seat at one of the gaming tables. Present your drivers license or passport, and you'll be presented with your red card.
Use your Red Card to collect points when you play slots, table games, or poker. Also use it to secure reservations at one of the fine dining restaurants or shows. Use it to reserve a cabana or at Wynn Country Club to make tee times. Use it anywhere and everywhere at Wynn Las Vegas and Encore Las Vegas.
Wynn Las Vegas
Las Vegas, NV, 89109
3131 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Location: On the Strip
Must be 21 years of age or older and provide a valid government issued photo ID to participate in the Red Card program.
U.S. citizens are required to provide a valid Social Security Number at the time of enrollment in red card. An enrollment cannot be completed without this information.
Membership and all associated benefits are non-transferable.
It's the players responsibility to present a red card to a dealer before playing table games or properly insert the red card into the card reader before playing a slot machine.
Duplicate red cards may be issued with proper identification. Wynn Las Vegas is not responsible for lost or stolen cards.
Points are valid for 12 months from the date earned. Unused points that exceed 12 months in age will be retired from red card accounts without notice.
All redemption transactions require the cardholder to present valid, current photo identification.
FREECREDIT is nontransferable and has no cash value.
In order to link red card accounts, both players must provide consent and valid government issued ID's that show a matching address.
Wynn Las Vegas reserves the right to adjust point balances resulting from malfunction, operator error or fraud. Decisions made by management are final and binding.
Wynn Las Vegas reserves the right to revise or revoke policies, benefits and promotions at any time without notice.
Misuse of red card or benefits will result in forfeiture of card and membership.
Use of your red card indicates acceptance of these rules.
Wynn Red Card Point System
Note: As of February 2009, The Red Card desk at the Wynn told us that, for Security reasons, there is no website where you can find out how many points you have on your card or what your current level is.
We were also told, for security reasons, they cannot disclose that information on the phone but that information is available at the Red Card desk next time you visit Wynn Las Vegas or Encore Las Vegas.
* * For questions regarding the Red Card points structure or accumulated points, call the Red Card desk (Resort Marketing) at Wynn Las Vegas. 1-888-320-7107
Wynn Red Card Win/Loss Statement
To receive a Win/Loss statement,
2) Return the Request Form through
email to email@example.com
or in writing to:
Wynn Las Vegas, Casino Accounting
3131 Las Vegas Blvd. South,
Las Vegas, NV 89109
or Fax it to (702)770-1458
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Comments to date: 11. Page 1 of 1.
Oct 6, 2013
They now have an online Red Card site where you can view your points balance. But this site said my post had a "long string of rubbish" which was the link to the Red Card site, and discarded my post. So I'll break up the URL and maybe that will work.
Feb 21, 2012
I played a 5.00 slots last year sept. 2011. I won't 1,000. I must have spend about 300.00 Then my mom and dad used my card for a day, Not sure how much they spent, but I know they gambled all day. In total I believe they gave us about 5 free meals. Buffets. Which was great. But we never ever get ... read more »
Jul 14, 2011
Wow.... I was going to sign up for a card - but the comments are a bit discouraging, to even visit the Wynn Hotel :-(
Jan 23, 2011
How do I check my red card points?
Oct 18, 2010
my boyfriend and I stayed at the Wynn twice this year. We didn't get the Red card. He hasn't recieved any promotions. Isn't he entitled, since he paid for Tower suites rooms, to some promotional savings, for next trip? Johnna in KC.
Jul 26, 2010
How can I be put on an email list for promos especially for room special rates?
May 25, 2010
I have roughly 1500 points. What can I do with these?
Mar 17, 2010
Disappointed in the Red Card system during my stay at Encore from 3/14/10. I was told by an Associate at the R/C station on my first day to check back at the station before I checked out and credits would be converted to comps to be used against my food / beverage charges.
Dec 25, 2009
I played a penny slot entitled "Thunder" - across from the Sports Book - where I hit red 7's and wilds for $4000 on Wednesday, December 23. The machine showed $4000. but paid $600. Is there anyway to check the machine's record for Wednesday, December 23. I love to play at the Wynn, but I am concerne... read more »
Apr 19, 2009
The Red Card" awards points at a rate of one point per $9 of coin in for video poker and $3 for slots. Once a player earns 500 points ($1,500 coin-in on slots and a high $4,500 coin-in on video poker) he can then download $10 at the machines and play it through at least once. As each point is worth ... read more »
Rhonda L. Zolman - e-mail: frufrurlz@yah
Feb 18, 2009
I stayed at the Encore 2/11/09 - 2/15/09. I used my card at the tables, slots, the Spa, and at the restraunts. I can't figure out how the "point system" works. How do you know how many points you have? Can you use these points toward something (ie. discounts/freebee's etc)? I can't seem to find any ... read more »