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Agua CalienteE Casinos Transform The Gaming Experience With New Mobile APP Giving Players Instant Access And Rewards

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Rancho Mirage, CA (Oct. 1, 2019) – Agua Caliente Casinos announced today the rollout of a free mobile app that will allow players convenient and instant access to all that Agua Caliente Casinos have to offer.

Casino and resort guests will be able to download the new app for free on iOS and Android devices. The app was designed to feature both Agua Caliente Casinos in Rancho Mirage and in Palm Springs, CA, simply by toggling back and forth. Guests will also enjoy a full website experience with easy to use navigation.

ACE Club cardholders will be able to use the app to instantly access account information such as: ACE Club points, Resort Credits, card level status displaying how far a player has to go to achieve the next card tier, monthly offers, win/loss statements and W2G’s, promotional reminders, and even contact a casino host. Guests will also be able to buy concert tickets at The Show, schedule a spa appointment in the award-winning Sunstone Spa, book a hotel room in the AAA Four-Diamond Forbes Travel Guide Recommended resort, text to retrieve their car from valet, or reserve a highly sought-after table at The Steakhouse, located at both Agua Caliente Casino properties.

An exciting and advanced feature called Cardless Connect will allow players to store their ACE Club card on their phone, within the app, using Bluetooth technology which will eliminate the need to put their card in the slot machine to earn points and Free Play. Players will never again have to worry about losing their players’ cards or standing in line because everything they need will be right on their phones.

“We are excited to give this amazing and convenient option to our players which will allow them more time to be in the experience while at one of our casinos, and provide them a better way to stay in touch with us when they are not,” said Michael Facenda, Vice President of Marketing for  Agua Caliente Casinos. Facenda added, “As per usual, our innovative and cutting-edge team has put us at the forefront of technology, and created an extraordinary way for our players to access their account, learn more about our properties, and even receive exciting offers all right at their fingertips.”

Players downloading the app and registering will receive up to $50 bonus Free Play every Thursday in October starting October 10 or can download the app before October 7, and receive a bonus Free Play offer.

The launch of this app will allow Agua Caliente Casinos the ability to further connect with their guests and offer them even more conveniences through other exciting adaptions coming soon to the new app.

ABOUT AGUA CALIENTE CASINOS
The Agua Caliente Casinos, located in Palm Springs and Rancho Mirage, are the Coachella Valley’s foremost resort gaming destinations. Agua Caliente Resort Casino Spa Rancho Mirage is a AAA Four-Diamond and Forbes Travel Guide Recommended property, ranked top 10 for “Best Casino Outside of Las Vegas” in USA TODAY’s 10Best Readers’ Choice 2018 travel awards, and is also home to the Forbes Four-Star Sunstone Spa, ranked in the top spas in the U.S. and no. 1 in California by Spas of America’s Top 100 Spas 2018. Agua Caliente Rancho Mirage is also home to Southern California’s premier entertainment venue, The Show, which features a legendary lineup of performers. Agua Caliente Casino Palm Springs offers the newest games, a variety of table action, and high-limit gaming, plus fine dining and shopping, all in a fabulous resort setting in historic downtown Palm Springs at the site of the area’s natural hot water springs. The Agua Caliente Casinos are owned and operated by the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians, which also owns the world-renowned Indian Canyons and Tahquitz Canyon hiking trails, and the Indian Canyons Golf Resort.

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