PartyPoker, PartyCasino Launch New Cash Back, Loyalty System
PartyPoker and PartyCasino sometimes get forgotten in their partnership with MGM’s BorgataCasino and BorgataPoker, but both sites are definitely significant players in New Jersey’s online casino market.
BorgataPoker and PartyPoker share many of the same tournament events, and PartyCasino even offers up the same progressive slot games as BorgataCasino—which, by the way, are in record-setting jackpot territory right now.
So, its interesting to note that both Party sites have just released one of the simplest rewards and loyalty systems available. While other sites might try to tempt you with comps to land-based casinos and other prizes—which can be pretty tempting, we admit—the Party sites are going back to the basics.
Take PartyCasino, for example. Instead of player loyalty levels, the site offers simple cash back on all your play depending on the game. Slots pay back 0.25 percent on all play while Jackpot Slots pay 0.50 percent. Roulette pays 0.10 percent and video poker and table games pay .05 percent.
They are small percentages, but there are no minimum levels of play and no status tiers to maintain. Just make sure to check your payback balance from time to time and hit redeem.
PartyPoker’s new system is almost as easy. The poker site is simply rewarding play with either cash back or earned tournament tickets—whichever you prefer.
First, you earn loyalty points by playing. Earn two points for every $1 in tournament fees and table charges.
Right off the bat, you’re at bronze level, which entitles you to a $5 tournament ticket each month. Earn more than 50 points, and you’re in the silver level, which entitles you to 15.7 percent cash back or $215 in tournament tickets.
The gold level is 750 points a month and palladium level is 200 points a month with a 30.7 percent return on your play. Each level also offers $215 in tournament tickets.
At BorgataCasino, you earn iReward points through standard play on slots and table games. You can earn points towards cash bonuses or more typical bonuses with play-through requirements—you have to bet the money before you can withdraw it. Cash bonuses cost more in reward points than play-through bonuses.
At BorgataPoker, the system is the same with points earned for cash and tournament play. They too can be redeemed for cash or traditional play-through bonuses.
Like we said, things are best when they’re simple.