Desert Diamond Casino to offer military tribute cards - Tucson News Now

Desert Diamond Casino to offer military tribute cards

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Starting in February, Desert Diamond Casino will offer a Tribute Card to honor Arizona's military members.  They will be the first in Arizona to offer this type of card, to veterans as well as active duty military. 

Each card will provide holders with discounts, monthly free play and annual free hotel stays.  In order to qualify guests must present a valid military ID and their Diamond Rewards card to the Rewards Center during signup.

Tribute Card members will enjoy a variety of benefits and special offers. $10 in Free Play will be automatically loaded onto the cards on the 1st and 15th of each month (with the initial offer available a minimum of 10 days following signup). Tribute Card holders can also enjoy up to 12 complimentary hotel nights per year, based on availability. Finally, Tribute Card holders will enjoy a 10 percent discount at restaurants and gift shops and a 50 percent discount on tickets for concerts and events.

"Our new Tribute Card is one way for all of us at Desert Diamond Casinos to give back to those whose service defends the lives and freedom of all Americans," stated the Director of Public Relations and Communications for the casino, Treena Parvello. "We are proud to be the first Arizona casino to offer this special benefit to veterans and service members!"

Additional information can be found at www.ddcaz.com or by calling 866-DDC-WINS.

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