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Card announced during opening series

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April 19, 2016 (El Cajon) - Sycuan Casino recently announced an exciting new level of partnership with the San Diego Padres. Coinciding with their home opener, the casino rolled out a Padres version of its Club Sycuan membership card, a first of its kind program for Major League Baseball. The card, available to all sports fans and casino patrons alike, will allow guests to enjoy exclusive Padres benefits like 10% off future individual game tickets as well as opportunities to win fun VIP experiences and items like batting practice or playing catch on the field, a pre-game tour of Petco Park, VIP game seats and autographed Padres memorabilia.

Sycuan Casino’s general manager, John Dinius, appeared on Fox Sports San Diego’s pre-game show this week to help announce the new membership card. “We’re really excited about this extension of our partnership with the San Diego Padres,” said Dinius to Fox Sport San Diego’s Mike Pomeranz. “We have some special discounts and great opportunities for special events and promotions which includes batting practice with some of the players and even a potential to experience one of the games in the owner’s suite. [The card has] some great benefits and it’s the first in MLB history so we’re very proud of this.”

Guests over the age of 18 interested in receiving a free membership can simply visit the Club Sycuan guest service desk at Sycuan Casino, present a valid ID and mention the Padres card.  The membership also allows guests to earn casino benefits and rewards based on their slot, table game, poker or bingo play. Guests can earn dining and gift shop discounts, FREEplay offers, invitations to VIP events and more.

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