Online gambling in New Jersey with WynnBET is about to get a little more rewarding.

Wynn Resorts is integrating the Wynn Rewards program into its iGaming and online sports betting platforms.

Gamblers will be able to earn rewards through mobile, desktop, and land-based play. Wynn Rewards can be redeemed online or in-person at Wynn & Encore Las Vegas and Encore Boston Harbor.

Wynn Rewards will be available to online players in New Jersey, Colorado, Indiana, Tennessee and Virginia by the end of the month. Michigan customers can expect the integration to happen in autumn.

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WynnBET rewarding loyal players before NFL kickoff

“One of WynnBET’s unique advantages is its connectivity to the best integrated resorts in North America,” Wynn Interactive CEO Craig Billings said in a press release.

WynnBET also wants to reward its early users, according to Billings. So, current users with enough historical play to qualify for a higher rewards tier will be automatically upgraded ahead of the NFL betting season.

Call this the latest example of expanding the Wynn branding. Earlier this month. WynnBET named NBA Hall of Famer Shaquille O’Neal as its brand ambassador.

Details on Wynn Rewards

Wynn Rewards consists of three tiers:

  • Red
  • Platinum
  • Black

So new WynnBET players without a pre-existing Wynn Rewards account will begin at the Red tier.

No matter the tier, players can earn free credits and comp dollars, which are two key tenets of Wynn Rewards. The comp dollars can only be redeemed for experiences at physical Wynn Resorts properties. Those experiences include:

  • Hotel stays
  • Food and beverage
  • Retail purchases
  • Spa treatments

The free credits can be used for mobile and desktop play as well as select in-person gaming.

 

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David Danzis is an award-winning journalist who has covered business, politics, government, education, and sports in New Jersey. Most recently, he wrote about Atlantic City casinos, online gaming, and sports betting for The Press of Atlantic City. David is a graduate of Rutgers University.