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Is the Downtown Grand connected to any other casinos?

Discussion in 'Downtown Hotels & Casinos' started by Sue24, Jun 23, 2014.

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  1. Sue24

    Sue24 High-Roller

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    I'm wondering if I am already in their system? Of course, I still need their particular player's card.
     
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    raisingoo Low-Roller

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    Not affiliated with any other casino.

    I was there 3 weeks ago and signed up for their card. Even though they are on the site of the old Lady Luck casino, it's been so long (4 years?) that they are starting over from scratch with new signups. You'll need to apply for a new card.

    The good news is that all new signups get a randomized amount of slot freeplay, from $3 to $5,000. I, of course, got only $3. But maybe you'll have better luck than me...
     
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    jimboguy Blubbery Whale

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    I thought since DTG is part of Fifth Street Gaming that it was affiliated with other Fifth Street Gaming casinos (Opera House? Lucky Club?). I could be wrong though.
     
  4. raisingoo

    raisingoo Low-Roller

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    I pulled out my DTG card and inspected it, and it makes no mention of 5th Street Gaming, or any other place. Just a basic card with its street address.

    I was at The Opera House once, maybe 5 years ago, and signed up for their card. But at DTG, no mention of this was made.

    I've never been to The Lucky Club.
     
  5. Sue24

    Sue24 High-Roller

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    I would like to win the $5000 slot play.... that would be fun!
    I bet I get $3 though! Thank you!
     
  6. That Don Guy

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    Another reason you could be confused: both the DTG and Fifth Street (which includes Silver Nugget) Players Clubs are called "MyPoints".
     
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    Another reason you could be confused: both the DTG and Fifth Street (which includes Silver Nugget) Players Clubs are called "MyPoints".
     
  8. 16gauge

    16gauge Low-Roller

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    Downtown Grand is owned by Fifth Street Gaming which also owns the above mentioned North Vegas Casino's. However, they keep their players club cards separated from these.

    As stated above, they are building up a players club base and are real generous with room comps right now. I got their card in December and played about $20 there and started receiving two night offers by February. We took them up on an offer this past April (on a weekend). I lost probably $200 between craps and BJ (3-4 hours total play) and am still getting the same offers. My wife signed up for a card in April and played a couple hundred through some slots. She now is also getting the same offers.
     
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    jimboguy Blubbery Whale

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    This makes sense. Thank you. I imagine Fifth Street would keep the players club separate as Downtown Grand is geared toward tourists whereas Opera House and Lucky Club are geared toward locals.
     
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