Ed Ware said:Club Rouge is a programme we run to reward players for their patronage at the casino. We have avoided introducing hard and fast criteria for membership as we like to use Club Rouge as a way of saying thank you to players from a number of perspectives. Obviously frequent and high staking players are offered membership, but we also invite big winners and a selection of other players who we (literally) wish to unfurl the red carpet for. I realise that some players may want to have strict guidelines for such a programme but in our view, despite 32Red being a substantial operator, we wish to remain focused on delivering a personal service that can be tailored to suit the player (and isn't necessarily something that is just "easy to administrate" for us). All the senior management here have spent time with the very large betting and gaming companies, and we see our approach to service and support, and how we apply it, as a clear difference. Whether or not this view is on the money is of course for the players to decide.
LOL, far from it, honey.mary said:Anyway, to become a member, just click on the banner.
You'd expect better from a casino with the reputation of 32R, wouldn't you?caruso said:So I suppose this is just another UK casino functioning like all the rest, and reaping the rewards.
caruso said:So I suppose this is just another UK casino functioning like all the rest, and reaping the rewards.
You'd think so, wouldn't you?Bruce Hamilton said:They seem to be extremely generous to those lucky enough to recieve invites to 32 Rouge, but you probably have to wager $10K per month to get one.
They can't tell you that as casino policy, so her responses are the typical CYA canned responses. However, I suspect $6000 USD a year would only classify you as being a HR and not be worthy of an invite. Simmo is a member, perhaps he'll give us a round about figure.caruso said:...32Red cannot tell me that if I drop 250 a month at their casino, 3000 ($6000) a year, I'll be entitled to comps of any kind.
Bruce Hamilton said:If Brits are chickens and yanks are eggs, but you were here first, where did you come from?
In the USA, she's the One armed bandit bird...Simmo! said:In fact, "slot" being the lazy yank term for "fruit machine", he'd probably call you the pommiefied "fruit machine bird", although shortened to "fruitbird" - and then eventually modified to "fruitbat" for your benefit (as its shorter and easier to wheat)