[Expired] [Targeted] AmEx Offer: Wynn/Encore Las Vegas, Spend $300+ & Receive $60 Statement Credit

Update 12/6/23: Deal is back and valid until April 1, 2024

Update 6/1/23: Deal is back and valid until 8/31/2023.

Update 11/23/21: Deal is back and valid until 2/20/2022.

Update 5/31/21: Deal is back and valid until 9/7/2021.


The Offer

No direct link, targeted offer

  • Get a one-time $60 statement credit  by using your enrolled Card to spend $300+ on room rate and room charges when you pay for your stay at Wynn Las Vegas or Encore Las Vegas from 7/20/20 to 10/20/20.
  • Others got the same offer, but for 6,000 points instead of $60.

The Fine Print

  • Offer valid only for room rate, room charges, select food and beverage establishments, and spas at Wynn Las Vegas and Encore Las Vegas.
  • Lodging reservations must be made directly through Wynn Las Vegas at wynnlasvegas.com or via the mobile app.
  • Eligible food and beverage establishments include: Allegro, Andrea’s, Charlie’s Bar + Grill, Costa di Mare, Drugstore Café, Eastside Lounge, Encore Players Bar, Goodies on Demand, Jardin, Lakeside, Lobby Bar & Café, Mizumi, Parasol Down, Parasol Up, Red 8, Sinatra, SW Steakhouse, Tableau, Terrace Lounge, Terrace Pointe Café, The Buffet, Tower Suite Bar, Wazuzu, and Wing Lei.
  • Excludes all other Wynn properties. Excludes all retail, casino, and gambling related purchases. Excludes purchases for Air & Hotel Packages, Master Classes, Show Experiences, Sports Experiences, theaters, catering, parking, and all other amenities. Excludes La Cave, Cipriani, Urth Caffé, XS Nightclub, Encore Beach Club, Encore Beach Club Nightswim, Intrigue Nightclub, and Encore Players Lounge. Excludes gift card purchases.

Our Verdict

If your stay is going to be after the end date then you should be able to call up and pay in advance and it will still trigger the offer.

Hat tip to reader JJ

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SF (@guest_1752734)
December 6, 2023 17:39

going to vegas but not staying there – i read the offer terms as i can dine in at the restaurants and use the spas even if i don’t stay there to trigger the offer, but the comment below says it doesn’t? does anyone have experience with similar offers before?

86 (@guest_1753150)
December 7, 2023 03:48

Stayed there a couple of years ago and used the offer with no problem. Why would they not honor their terms if you’re not staying there?

SF (@guest_1753151)
December 7, 2023 03:49

i don’t know, the reply to the comment below says so. thank you for confirming!

Jay - ⒿⒶⓨ 🙈 🙉 🙊
Jay - ⒿⒶⓨ 🙈 🙉 🙊 (@guest_1753522)
December 7, 2023 14:26

Because the charge has to post from the Wynn to trigger the offer.

Lets say you stay somewhere else and just go to the Wynn to eat at a fancy restaurant, then use your Amex to pay the bill. The charge most likely shows up at Amex as the restaurant itself and not Wynn, therefore not triggering the offer.

That’s why people mentioned instead of paying the restaurant directly after their meal, to just charge it to their room bill and then pay it all together to have it all show up as a Wynn charge on Amex’s end.

Hope this makes it clearer SF … 🙂

SF (@guest_1753529)
December 7, 2023 14:46

yes that makes sense, i just don’t know that’s true in this case since the terms seem to state that making a purchase outside the stay would qualify.

also i dined at a restaurant inside the hotel recently, paid for it separately (ie did not charge to the room) and it came through as the same merchant as the hotel, so i guess ymmv.

86 (@guest_1753882)
December 7, 2023 23:48

“Offer valid for…select food and beverage establishments…”

As Jay said It probably means restaurants operated by the hotel and not, for example, a Starbucks or something leasing space inside the property. You can always just ask if it’s billable to the room or if they accept a Wynn gift card. My guess is most all the restaurants at the Wynn are probably run by the hotel.

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Bay Area (@guest_1781303)
January 19, 2024 13:00

I used the Amex Wynn offer last month (Dec 2023) for the Wynn buffet and made reservations online. Amex credited me $60 a few days later.

SF (@guest_1781578)
January 19, 2024 19:36

thanks for the DP! my trip has already passed and i did not have any spend at that casino, but if i go before the deadline it’s good to know 👍🏻

gary (@guest_1288037)
November 23, 2021 17:57

if you dont stay and go to the restaurants, that wouldnt trigger it??? dont you have to charge it to the room?

Joe (@guest_1752608)
December 6, 2023 15:24

You would have to charge it to your room for it to trigger the credit.

Dan (@guest_1033540)
August 10, 2020 12:34

Ahhh! Going to Wynn this week. Hopefully this shows up on my Amex plat overnight..

GoPack (@guest_1033563)
August 10, 2020 13:01

You know there’s still a pandemic going on, a casino (vegas in general) sounds like the worst place to possibly be right now.

Dan (@guest_1034443)
August 11, 2020 15:45

For a funeral. Thanks

J (@guest_1198454)
May 31, 2021 13:43

A funeral of your bankroll. RIP

Jared (@guest_1198469)
May 31, 2021 14:30

I spent two nights at the Wynn a couple years back. It was certainly NOT “a funeral of [my] bankroll” as you stated.

I booked the rates using a visa signature card through their concierge site online. We received $200 of room credit ($100 through the visa signature booking and $100 as a courtesy since they took a while getting us checked in and getting all the details of our offer). In addition, they sent courtesy drinks and chocolate-covered strawberries to our room. We were able to go to La Cave and the buffet twice, in addition to getting $60 each morning for in-room breakfast (included with the visa signature benefits). All-in, we paid just over $300 out of our pocket for a three-day, two-night stay with two breakfasts, two lunches, one dinner, and two snacks paid for. Add in the pool and other nice benefits of the hotel, and we had a great experience. (We don’t gamble so no loss there).

Mark (@guest_1198482)
May 31, 2021 15:18

I was at Wynn 2 weeks ago when masks restrictions were lifted- it was great to see things get back to normal.
Somehow I avoided contracting COVID- perhaps my vaccine helped a little.
GoPack by all means, stay home forever. Don’t want to catch anything! We will find a way to manage without you.

stingerzing (@guest_1287928)
November 23, 2021 15:28

I think I ran out of fear when I saw the data that getting COVID as a vaccinated person is no big deal.

J (@guest_1198492)
May 31, 2021 15:58

I guess you’re not a degenerate gambler then if you don’t get my previous comment.

Justo (@guest_1198564)
May 31, 2021 20:56

+1 for degeneracy

Justo (@guest_1198562)
May 31, 2021 20:45

What an incredible bit of nonsense this comment is

Frank (@guest_1288068)
November 23, 2021 18:20

So you stay inside? Lol I just got back from staying at the Wynn this weekend. Had a great time.