Top Las Vegas Casino Comps Programs

While it's never a good idea to chase comps if you're going to be visiting the Las Vegas Casinos you may as well focus your attention on a particular casino or group of casinos by joining a single players club. This way you will get more returns for the money you spend in the form of comps.

It is also important to choose you group based on what you would most like to be comp'd and your player level as not all programs are created equal.

Here we take a look at the Top 3 Las Vegas Casino Comps Programs, how they work and why they are recommended by so many players across the globe.

Total Rewards ‐ Caesars Entertainment

The Total Rewards program is run by Caesars Entertainment Group and encompasses nearly 40 resorts including famous names like Caesars hotel and casino (by far the best and most well-kept resort of the group) as well as Harrah's, Horseshoe, Bally's, Paris, Planet Hollywood and more.

With the Total Rewards program you earn points across all aspects of resort life including gambling, dining and entertainment, spa packages and accommodation.

The program has 4 distinctive tiers or levels (gold, platinum, diamond and seven stars) and you earn tier credits based on your game play in Total Rewards participating casinos, as well as any purchases at the various casino/resort facilities.

Total Rewards is probably the best program for low to mid rollers who are interested in reduced rates on dining and entertainment as well as the possibility of comp'd rooms for future trips although these are strictly limited to the comps points that you accumulate. This group also heavily favours slots players so if this is your game of choice then this may be the program for you.

M Life ‐ MGM Grand Resorts

As a member of the M Life program by MGM Grand resorts you will earn points for virtually every dollar you spend at 15 premium resorts including big names like the MGM Grand, Aria, Bellagio, The Mirage, Mandalay Bay, New York-New York, Luxor and more!

Rewards are not merely just a couple of coupons but you can enjoy a variety of comps including exclusive promotions and special offers, invitations to members only events, pre-sale access to concert and theatre tickets and their signature MLife Moments – signature experiences that can only happen at these outstanding resorts. The M Life Moments are the most exciting of all rewards and are tailored to experiences that will excite and delight you like getting to select the music for the Bellagio fountains, getting a cooking lesson from a world renowned chef or swimming with the dolphins at the Mirage.

The M Life program consists of 5 tiers - Sapphire, Pearl, Gold, Platinum and Noir (the latter by invitation only) each with its own unique rewards and the more credits you earn the higher you advance up the levels and the more rewards you receive.

If you're a mid to high level player who is interested in a variety of comps including rooms on your current stay then the MGM MLife program is probably where your focus should be.

BConnected ‐ Boyd Gaming

BConnected by Boyd Gaming is a great loyalty program if you spend a lot of time in the United States and frequent casino resorts across the country from Las Vegas to Mississippi you can join and play at one casino and enjoy your rewards at any other in the group.

Participating casinos in Las Vegas include Gold Coast Hotel and Casino, Sun Coast Hotel and Casino, The Orleans Hotel and Casino, Sam's Town Hotel and Gambling Hall as well as those in downtown Las Vegas like California Hotel and Casino, Fremont Hotel and Casino and Main Street Station casino and brewery hotel. There are also a number of properties situated across the south and mid-west US.

There are 3 loyalty tiers namely sapphire, ruby and emerald and benefits from the BConnected program are accrued from casino games play. Comps include exclusive offers and promotional events, discounted room rates, free rooms and more.

These properties generally offer very good and frequent comps for less play than most other properties too. So if you're a local or visit US casinos regularly they may be worth checking out.