Discussion in 'Downtown Hotels & Casinos' started by Sue24, Dec 30, 2015.
Can anyone tell me if the player's cards are linked between these 2 properties?
Short answer . . .No.
Well, darn.... why not??
They are sister properties owned by the same owner.
It's similar to the D and Golden Gate (and now Las Vegas Club) owned by the same owner, yet the slot clubs are separate.
It probably cost too much to merge the systems vs. what the casinos would gain.
I like a lot of the machines at Binions, but if looking for a comped room, I guess that won't happen, lol.
Will be taking my $$ to a place with a hotel!
Binion's comps at the QQQQ
What now? I thought the cards were not linked.
They comp separately??
Could someone explain that please?
So, I know that play at Binions can generate offers for rooms at the Four Queens (because no hotel at Binions).
But can Binions comp dollars earned on your card be used at Four Queens restaurants?
My understanding is no. What I was trying to say was that Binion hotel comps were at QQQQ.
I don't think so either.
As far as I know, points earned playing at Binions work towards comps at Binions restaurants but because they don't have a hotel, when they send out mailers they offer comped rooms at 4 Queens, their sister hotel.
Ok, here is how it works from someone that has done it.
Binions and 4 Queens are NOT linked. This is good. This means you get offers from Binions AND from 4 Queens. Linking would be a bad thing!
Binions offers include rooms at the 4 Queens
Binions offers include freeplay which can only be used at Binions
Binions CAN include food credit which can only be used at the 4 Queens
Binions earns cash back on your card which is redeemed at the Binions player club
Binions earns comps which can be used at any of the Binions restaurants by swiping. If you see a host they will convert points to use at 4 queens. They give you a comp slip and you have to use it all, no refunds.
I believe that the hosts at the FQ's can write a comp for Binion's by deducting comp dollars from your account. For example, if you wanted to go the Binion's Steakhouse, you could have some comp dollars deducted into a Binion's voucher. I'm not completely sure but I think they might not be able to be put back in your account if you don't use them so you might only want to take a little less than you intend to spend. If you had a voucher written for $150 and only spent $120 then you wouldn't get that $30 back. I'm not 100% sure about this but Kiwiboy seems to think that's right so I feel more confident about it.
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