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Strange Players Club Card Query

Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by jmiller31, Jan 28, 2015.

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  1. jmiller31

    jmiller31 Tourist

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    Ok I admit this is a somewhat strange question but it's a serious one. My company needs a printer like the printers the players club desks use to print your name and number on the card. It's easy enough to find a bunch of these online but given the volume of cards the casinos run through theirs and the volume we will have to run through I figured a good starting point would be to find out what they actually use. I figure if I call them they're going to laugh at me or hang up, so does anyone have any clue what make/model they use? I'm not going to be back in Vegas until the end of February or I would just ask them in person.

    Thanks in advance if anyone can help.

    John
     
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    pleepleus 2016 - The monkey is back

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    http://www.barcodegiant.com/cats/id-card-printer-system/

    Don't be making fraudulent credit cards now...
     
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    I had an old TR card. The film with the writing and art work delaminated and fell off my card. The card is plain white. Using a pen, I wrote my name and TR number on the card and sat down to play some black jack at Bally's. It caused a little scene with various folks in suits looking at it. One pit boss was puzzled, another laughed, another was not amused and confiscated it and gave me a new card.

    So if you're going to make fraudulent cards, do a better job than I did.
     
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    Thanks for the replies, no we're not making fake credit cards and no we're not making fraudulent players club cards (why would anyone?) It was a real question, we have a project for a high volume of these cards with dynamic data on them so I was asking because the casino industry clearly has high volume demands. pleepleus thanks for the link I had already looked at those printers and will probably go with one if I can't find any others, they just didn't seem as high volume as the ones the casinos use.
     
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