Sands China launches Lifestyle Rewards Club in Macau

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Friday, 30 April 2010

Sands China has launched a lifestyle rewards club for its three properties, The Venetian Macau, Sands Macau and The Plaza Macau. With over half a million members, the Sands Rewards Club aims to take customer commitment to the next level with a range of benefits and services, and give back to its members over HK$1.5 billion in rewards.

Kevin Clayton, Executive Vice President of Marketing Operations for Venetian Macau Limited said, "Sands Rewards Club will be one of Asia's biggest and best rewards programs. Giving customers more ways to earn and redeem points across all three of our properties and more rewards than other programs in Asia. We will deliver more service, more experiences, more rewards, and more value. Our members are not joining a club, they are living an exciting and rewarding lifestyle. The lifestyle that offers members exciting experiences, special privileges, and more rewards than anywhere else in Macau."

Sands Rewards Club members can enjoy discounts on dining and shopping, suite upgrades, shopping vouchers, casino credits, entertainment tickets, invitations to casino events and special promotions, CotaiJet tickets, exclusive access to lounges and VIP areas, priority service at every property and more.

In addition, Sands Rewards Club has also launched an exclusive Diamond Card. The new Diamond tier is the highest level of membership for the Club with the most extensive range of benefits and privileges.

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