Graton Resort & Casino debuts cashless solutions mobile app

July 12, 2023
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Players can access Resort Wallet, along with quick funds transfers and personalized rewards.

Northern California’s Graton Resort & Casino has launched a mobile app that offers players access to rewards, as well as personalized rewards offers, according to a Yahoo Finance report. The app includes Resort Wallet, which allows guests options for cashless gaming while in the casino resort, as well as tools to track funds during slot play.

Some notable features on the app include easy access to cash transfers, cashless gaming solutions, personalized rewards for the resort and for dining, as well as free play and credits features.

Graton Resort & Casino VP and GM, Lana Rivera, said in a statement, “We are excited to offer our guests a more convenient way to play and review their account information.

“Our guests enjoy an elevated casino experience at Graton, and now our app gives them a cashless gaming experience right from their phone.”

The new app is available for download on both Google Play and the App Store for Android and iOS users. The casino resort is offering new registered users who sign up for its rewards program access to free slot play upon signup.

Graton Casino Resort is owned and operated by the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria and located in Northern California’s wine country. The casino resort is home to live poker, 130 table games and 3,000 slot and video poker machines on its gaming floor.

The destination also features a 200-room hotel, along with spa, pool and fine dining options. Its spa and salon offers patrons full service treatments within its 10,000 square-foot space. An extension was also recently approved in June. 


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