Vegas Hotel Packages, Dining Discounts & Gaming Offers
Palace Station provides exceptional dining value without the need for resorting to coupon clipping. Thanks to our wide range of restaurants, from high-end fine dining to budget-friendly cafes, there’s something for every taste and every price point. To increase your savings and enjoy additional dining value, be sure to sign up for our Boarding Pass Players club, where you’ll be rewarded with dining discounts and points that can be redeemed for free food, drinks and more!
Your Entry into Great Promotions
1 card. 19 places to get and use your points.
Widely regarded as the ultimate Las Vegas player’s club, Boarding Pass lets you rack up points at each Las Vegas casino owned or affiliated with Station Casinos. That’s 16 places to earn and redeem points. As a Boarding Pass member you’ll get access to the following exclusive casino promotions:
- Now the Boarding Pass card gets you Cash Back
- Get Points 3X faster
- More choices for using your Points
- Up to 1 million points for new Boarding Pass sign-ups
Be sure to bring your Boarding Pass along when you visit Palace Station’s expansive casino. There’s a reason it’s been voted the top players club in Las Vegas for so many years in a row – Boarding Pass members get access to the best rewards and players benefits in town. Start racking up points while playing slots and table games so you can redeem them for cash, entertainment, dining and other rewards.
Looking for the best Las Vegas hotel packages and deals? They’re right here at Palace Station, where our vacation package deals offer incredible value. To save big on your next trip to Sin City, bundle your room rate with discounted entertainment and dining opportunities at Palace Station. You won’t regret it, and your bank account is sure to thank you later.
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