Major issuers offer credit cards to customers who want to benefit from cheap casino room rates and increase their Loyalty Program status level
If you are looking into credit cards, you may wander which card can be a good choice when playing at a casino. The good news is that different issuers offer cards that help you to increase your status level while others allow you to book affordable accommodation.
World of Hyatt Credit Card
This card is ideal if you were to book at MLife properties as it gives you 25,000 bonus points for spending at least $3,000 within the first three months. Spending $6,000 during the first 6 months earns additional 25K points. Being a Hyatt partner, you can get a room in Ocean Resort in Atlantic City for just 12,000 points, based on availability. Given that a single night stay can cost you around $300 on weekends, this sounds like a good deal.
This card allows you to collect bonus points on daily purchases as well. You earn 2 points per dollar for gym and fitness club memberships, dining out at coffee shops, cafes, and restaurants, and commuting and using local transit. You also get 9 points per dollar when booking at Hyatt, including for experiences like spas and restaurants. The card comes with a low annual fee of $95 and an interest rate of 22.99 or 15.99 percent, based on credit rating.
American Express Platinum
This is also a good choice because you receive both complimentary Hilton Honors Gold Status and Marriot Bonvoy Gold Elite Status. Not only this but customers also get $100 onsite credit for spa, dining out, and other qualifying activities. Amex Platinum also acts as a FoundersCard that grants members a Diamond status and access to Caesars Diamond benefits. Members can exchange credits for free play, collect credits when playing at casinos, and earn credits while shopping and dining out at participating retailers. So, whether you are a fan of blackjack, togel, slots, or baccarat, this is definitely a deal to consider, despite the hefty annual fee ($550). The interest rate is 15.99 to 22.99 percent, again based on your credit score. Other benefits for cardholders include car rental discounts and upgrades, no foreign transaction fees, and up to $200 for Uber eats and rides per year.
This card not only comes with a zero annual fee but offers plenty of benefits such as no foreign transaction fees, priority check-in when booking at MLife Resorts, and automatic Pearl Level upgrade. Spending at least $1,000 during the first 3 months earns 10,000 bonus points. Cardholders also earn 3X tier credits and points per each dollar spent at MLife properties and 2X points for purchases at supermarkets and gas stations. The annual percentage rate for cash advances, balance transfers, and purchases is 19.99 percent. There are no maintenance and setup fees as well as no penalty APR.