Now that Ocean in Atlantic City has moved to a new policy of 18 months since your last activity in order to “re-match” to the Prime elite status tier (effective July 1, 2023), you have to be careful to not give them any business for 6 months longer than previously. It’s a shame as I actually love to gamble there, but rules are rules!
So many are asking me how they can tell what defines “activity” and how to tell when they were last active.
In this article
What Does Inactivity Mean at Ocean Casino?
Don’t worry, it’s not when you last booked or sailed on a cruise, or booked Wynn or used Wynn nights. It’s simply any on-property activity that involves any sort of comp, including a hotel night (and including a discounted casino rate as well as full comp. Aside from a room, the standard activities would include:
- Putting your card in the casino promotions machine to print a promo.
- Putting your card in a slot machine
- Giving your card to a table game dealer
- Using any comps or comp dollars (or slot dollars)
If you haven’t done any of that, then you are in the clear to wait 18 months and re-match.
How Can You Check Your Inactivity Status at Ocean?
It’s also super easy to check online at https://www.theoceanac.com/.
Just login and scroll down a bit. You’ll find they actually tell you, very clearly, how long you have been inactive. I was all set for a September re-match, but now that will have to be March 2024 or later.
If this post helped you, please consider sharing it!
You can find credit cards that best match your spending habits and bonus categories at Your Best Credit Cards.
New to all of this? My “introduction to miles and points” book, MilesTalk: Live Your Wildest Travel Dreams Using Miles and Points is available on Amazon and at major booksellers.