The Code at SLS (2014)

This post is out of date and is only here for archival purposes. Please visit my The Code Players Club (2015)     entry for current information.

The Code is the players club at SLS.  Joining The Code gets you a free “Lucky Spin” with a chance to win up to $5000. Membership also gives you a $30 dining credit during your birthday month, preferred room rates and access to special off-menu food and cocktails. Locals receive happy hour specials, a line pass during LIFE, Foxtail and Sayers Club Industry Nights and a Ciel Spa discount. As you can see, it is geared much more to dining and nightlife than gaming.

You earn points from slot and video poker play.
Earning 1 point requires:

  • $1.50 slot machine coin in.
  • $5.00 video poker coin in
  • $15.00 specialty machine coin in (they wouldn’t elaborate, but I’ll take that as fullpay video poker and perhaps the e-games)

1 Point equals $0.01 in freeplay. You need to earn 1000 Points ($10 in Freeplay) before you can use it.  Aside from the $10 minimum, this is within the same range as other Las Vegas players clubs. They track table game play and give comps based on the game and your average bet. They do not give you points or comps for room, dining and retail expenses, but they will track your expenses and give you future offers based on where you go and what you do.

The Code is not limited to SLS Las Vegas. It is also the sbe loyalty card and applies to their restaurants in Las Vegas, Los Angeles, South Beach and elsewhere. In Las Vegas this means that it can be used at the Double Barrel Saloon and 800Degrees at the Monte Carlo in addition to the SLS restaurants. Visit the sbe Restaurants page for the full list.

The Code will match freeplay mailers from other casinos for new members on their first day through December. The offer is only good for the day you sign up for The Code. They also offer a 20% room rate discount for your first stay if you sign up for The Code online.

For additional information or to sign up online, visit The Code webpage.

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