Did you know?
What’s changing exactly?
We are always working to make things easier and more rewarding for members like you. We made some changes to Encore Rewards: as of May 17, 2017 members can enjoy earning and redeeming for table free play, keep track of just one balance and receive points for all the ways you play.
Simplifying to one currency
Regardless of whether you’re a tables or slot player or both, now you only need to keep track of one balance in the form of points.
- Encore Dollars (earned from table play) have been converted to points
- 1 Encore Dollar = 200 points
- No Encore Dollars were lost, now they just show as points
- This means that however you play - table games, slots or eTables - you will now be earning Encore Rewards points
- You may noticed that when your Encore Dollars were converted to points you moved up a status level. Make sure to check out your new benefits
Keep track of all your points and status level by signing into your Encore Rewards online account here.
Get more play
For the first time ever you can redeem points for free play at tables.
- No matter how you earn your points you can now choose to redeem them for free play at tables
- Points can still be redeemed for free play at slots or eTables too – the choice is yours
- When you redeem your points for table free play, you’ll need to have a minimum of 2000 points (valued at $10 of free play)
- Poker is the only table game excluded from earning or redeeming points
- Note: At this time you will temporarily be unable to redeem for food & beverage. You can choose to redeem your points for free play at tables or slots instead
Free Play as we know it
Starting May 17, free play promotions from BCLC, casinos or Chances locations will all be awarded in the form of points.
- Points can be redeemed for slot or eTable free play at a rate of 1000 points = $5
- To redeem points for table free play you must have a minimum value of $10 or 2000 points
My Encore online account
We've also made some changes to simplify how you view your points. Login or click here to find out more details on what the new changes look like.
All of these changes took effect May 17, 2017. If you have further questions, please visit our FAQ page.