Foxwood Resort Casino launch FoxPerx

North America’s largest casino, Fox Resort Casino, is set to launch a new daily slots bonusing programme, FoxPerx, on 1 March.

The programme will be available for the casino’s Foxwoods Rewards members who, when playing their favourite machines, can participate in FoxPerx. Every few minutes players who use their loyalty cards at a slot machine win a bonus ticket that is redeemable for cash prizes.

FoxPerx also offers players with Foxwood Rewards cards the opportunity to win either 1,000 cash or prize payouts through the slot ticket system.

The programme gives cash anywhere from $5 to $500 as well as gift cards at many of Foxwoods favourite offerings, which include the new Tanger Outlets with 80 premium brands.

Felix Rappaport, president and CEO of Foxwoods Resort Casino, said: “We are always looking for new and innovative ways to reward our guests and give them memorable experiences and more reasons to make Foxwoods their resort casino of choice.

“With FoxPerx, why would players in New England go anywhere else?”

Eric Pearson, vice president of gaming and revenue enhancement at Foxwoods, added: “Our team is committed to offering our players competitive, compelling and thrilling bonuses when they visit Foxwoods’ casinos, supplementing their experience with everything from daily slot tournaments to the new FoxPerx initiative.”

The Mashantucke-based resort has partnered up with TransAct Technologies Incorporated (TACT), which operates in market-specific solutions, to use their Epicentral Print System to add value to player experience.

The TransActs’ system will be initially installed at the Grand Pequot Tower and Fox Tower, FoxPerx prizes can be redeemed at Foxwoods Rewards and cashier locations throughout the property.

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