Nooksack Northwood Casino offers a variety of slot machines and table games to make the most of an exciting experience.

Nooksack Northwood Casino offers a variety of slot machines and table games to make the most of an exciting experience.

How to win every time at the Casino

Win big with Nooksack Northwood Casino’s membership program.

Win bigger with exciting slot machines, flipping cards and rifling chips at Nooksack Northwood Casino’s rewards program. And even better…it’s free to join.

The program’s three reward levels include the Winners Club, Winners Club Silver and Concierge Level. Each card level is earned based on play and each provides different benefits. Members get access to exclusive discounts, promotions and giveaways.

“We like to think of ourselves as a boutique casino, we just want to reward people for coming to Northwood and make them feel like there’s something special there for them every time they visit us,” says Michele Habig, Director of Marketing.

3 levels of rewards

The Winners Club card offers access points for free Wi-Fi, food specials like the $4.99 buffet special each Thursday, RV parking discount, a chance to earn and redeem points for free slot play, complimentary dining, entry to promotions, and more.

The perks get bigger with the Winners Club Silver card which offers two free RV stays per month, drink discounts during specific events, free dining for two twice a month, and more.

And the jackpot of the rewards is the premier Concierge card. This includes access to a concierge lounge with exclusive food and beverage service, free dining vouchers for two, daily drink discounts, and invitations to exclusive events.

There are opportunities to win every day with this rewards program.

To participate in the program, members must be 21 years or older. Members start with the Winners Club card and can upgrade card levels based on play and earn a variety of perks and promotions.

Nooksack Northwood Casino is easily accessible and only 10 minutes from the Sumas border crossing. Find out more about the casino here.

For a rewarding experience join Nooksack Northwood Casino’s membership program by visiting the membership page.

Nooksack Northwood Casino offers a variety of slot machines and table games to make the most of an exciting experience. Photo submitted by Nooksack Northwood Casino.

The rewards program offers discounted food specials and complimentary dining opportunities. Photo submitted by Nooksack Northwood Casino

 

The casino’s rewards program offers discounted food specials and complimentary dining opportunities.

The casino’s rewards program offers discounted food specials and complimentary dining opportunities.

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