San Diego’s Barona Resort & Casino is teaming up with the Venetian and Palazzo resorts in Las Vegas. Player card members at all three casinos will be able to use their points at any of the partnering properties.
“Our frequent casino guests occasionally want the Las Vegas experience and their gamblers occasionally want the San Diego experience,” Rick Salinas, Barona’s general manager, told the San Diego Union-Tribune.
The properties will not be sharing databases, but rather giving their lists to a third-party company to send two mailings with Las Vegas offers to Barona players and two mailings with Barona offers to Venetian and Palazzo players.
The partnership is a rare one for the gaming industry. Harrah’s Rincon and Cherokee offers their players Vegas stays, but the tribal casinos are operated by Harrah’s and affiliated with the Harrah’s player reward program.