Boarding Pass Card at Station Casinos and Wildfire

Boarding Pass is the players card for Station Casinos. That company is the largest locals casino operator in Las Vegas. Station Casinos does not have any casinos on the Las Vegas Strip or in the downtown market. All are located away from where most tourists ever visit.

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How to get a Boarding Pass

There are two ways to get a Station Casinos Boarding Pass card. An account may be created on the company’s website. Patrons may also go to the Boarding Pass players center at any Station Casinos property. A valid photo ID is required.

Boarding Pass perks and tiers

The Boarding Pass card has two annual time periods. The first runs from January 1 to June 30. The other is July 1 to December 31. Tier points reset at the end of each period. The number of points for each section below notes the number of tier points required in the six-month period.

There are five tiers of the Station Casinos Boarding Pass program. New players start at preferred, which offers no perks beyond a 10% gift shop discount.

Gold – 1,000 tier credits

Gold Boarding Pass players may redeem points for cash and free slot play. The gift shop discount is 15%. 

Platinum – 40,000 tier credits

Platinum Boarding Pass players receive a 20% gift shop discount.

President – 100,000 tier credits

President players receive a 25% gift shop discount, concert ticket offers and 5% off child care services. There are also priority lines at casino cages and restaurants, VIP parking and early check-in and late check-out. 

Chairman – 300,000 tier points

Chairman Boarding Pass players receive 30% off at the gift shop. There is a casino host assigned to these players, as well as limo service and next in line for valet. 

How to use a Boarding Pass card

When sitting at a slot or video poker machine, insert the card in the lighted slot. This is usually above the bill acceptor or screen. When entering a table game, hand the Boarding Pass card to the dealer with your buy-in. When playing poker, keno, bingo, sports or racing, give the card to the employee when buying into the game. 

How to earn Boarding Pass points

Boarding Pass points are earned when playing most games at a Station Casinos property. Slot players earn one point for every $1 in coin-in. It is $2 coin-in per Boarding Pass point at video poker and electronic table games, unless otherwise noted on the machine. Sports bettors receive one point for every dollar wagered. Bingo receives five base points for every dollar in buy-in. It is 15 points per dollar at keno. Cash game poker players receive 1,000 points for every hour of action. 

How to redeem Boarding Pass points

There are several ways to redeem Boarding Pass points. The rate is 1,000 points per $1 in comps. 

These may be converted into free slot play on nearly any machine. Some of the full pay video poker games are excluded. Log into your Boarding Pass account with your PIN. You can then withdraw Boarding Pass points in $5 increments. 

Alternatively, points may be used at retail establishments. This includes shops and restaurants. If Station Casinos owns the business, the card may be swiped at the register. This requires a PIN. If the retailer is a tenant, the player may go to a Boarding Pass kiosk to swipe for a paper comp to that business.

Casinos that accept the Boarding Pass players card

The Boarding Pass is accepted at all Station Casinos and Wildfire properties. Each is listed below.

  • Barley’s
  • Boulder Station
  • Durango (expected to open Fall 2023)
  • Fiesta Henderson (permanently closed)
  • Fiesta Rancho (permanently closed)
  • Green Valley Ranch
  • Palace Station
  • Red Rock Resort
  • Santa Fe Station
  • Sunset Station
  • Texas Station (permanently closed)
  • The Greens
  • Wildfire Anthem
  • Wildfire Boulder
  • Wildfire on Fremont
  • Wildfire Lake Mead
  • Wildfire Rancho
  • Wildfire Sunset
  • Wildfire Valley View
  • Wild Wild West

Last Updated on February 11, 2023 by Kristina Mehaffey