Singapore’s casinos reopening July 1 for select audience

Singapore’s two casinos will reopen to certain members of the public on Wednesday, July 1, albeit under significant operating restrictions.

The Singapore Tourism Board recently confirmed that the city-state’s two integrated resorts – Las Vegas Sands’ Marina Bay Sands and Genting Singapore’s Resorts World Sentosa – would be allowed to restart operations on Wednesday. Both venues were ordered closed on April 7 as part of the government’s ‘circuit breaker’ plan to limit the further spread of COVID-19.

However, the casinos will only be welcoming back the upper-tier members of their respective customer rewards programs, as well as “existing annual levy holders,” aka locals who’ve already paid the SG$3k that gives them unlimited access to the casinos for a 12-month period (so excluding the less committed gamblers who opt for the SG$100 daily levy on a pay-as-you-go basis).

 

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