Players Club Comps and Tier Advancement Cheat Sheet

Updated Sept. 29, 2016
This is a quick reference for how you can earn comps and get a higher level tier at some of the Las Vegas players clubs.

As you can see Total Rewards and Identity give you comps and let you get a higher tier by tracking everything.  Mlife and Club Grazie don’t give you comps for purchases and Backstage Pass won’t let you buy your way to a higher tier. Note that Mlife gives credit for lodging, dining and entertainment, but not retail purchases.

The earning rates for Club Grazie will vary with the game. The rates I used are a reasonable estimate.

For more details on accrual rates and Tier status, visit my posts for each Players Club.

Total Rewards

Backstage Pass
Club Grazie
Royal Rewards
Station Casinos Boarding Pass

4 thoughts on “Players Club Comps and Tier Advancement Cheat Sheet”

  1. I’m staying at Cosmo in Nov and wonder if I should get an Identity card before I check in and show it when I do. Will the cost of my room gain me tier credits? Or will I only gain credits from restaurants, shopping, clubs, bars ect..? Thanks

    1. Hi Chris.
      You do earn points for lodging expenses, too. The cost of the upgrade counts. Check out my The Cosmopolitan’s New Identity Players Club post for details.
      I’d suggest getting the card before you check in, although the points earned from room charges probably won’t get applied until you check out and pay the bill.
      Have Fun!

  2. Hi,

    Just wanted to let you know that you CAN get points for spending in MLife. On a trip to Vegas in 2013 one of the resort MLife people suggested that if we attach a credit card to our room for purchasing, then make purchases that charge to our room, we would get MLife points for it. We’ve been doing it ever since. Obviously this only works if the retailer is affiliated with the MLife properties, but we do it in all of the little convenience shops, and even vendors in places like the Shops at Mandalay Bay (the little mall between MB and Luxor).

    1. As a rule, you do not get points for retail purchases with Mlife. The loophole you mentioned works sometimes, but I have found it to be inconsistent enough that I would not count on it. I do suggest charging the purchases to your room whenever possible, though, so they can be comped (based on your play).

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