FAQs

Who can join?

Anyone can become a member, provided they are 18 years of age or older.

How do I earn points making a wager?

You can earn points with every dollar wagered on Daytona greyhounds, simulcast greyhounds, Jai-Alai, thoroughbreds and Harness. Before placing your bets, have your card swiped by a mutuel teller at the mutuel windows. If you prefer self-service, first, establish a balance, then swipe your card through the designated slot on the United Tote self-service terminal, and then place your bet.

How do I earn points playing poker?

You can earn points with every poker game played. You must hand the dealer your Lucky North Club Card prior to taking part in a game to ensure your account is properly credited.

How do I know how many points I have earned?

You may check your points at the rewards kiosk and at DBKCPlayersCard.com.

When are my points credited to my account?

Accounts are updated at the end of each day. Total points are credited to accounts and posted on the following day after the points are earned.

How do I redeem my points?

Members can redeem points by visiting the rewards kiosk. All you need to do is swipe your card to begin.

Will using my card slow down the wagering process or a poker game?

No. Swiping your card through the United Tote reader or handing it to the dealer prior to a poker game only takes a few seconds.

Is my account confidential?

Your account is 100% confidential and is not available to any outside source. Daytona Beach/Orange City Racing and Card Clubs maintain customer information exclusively for its internal use and will not sell or otherwise transfer such information to third parties.

May I share my card with friends or family?

No. Membership in the Lucky North Club is limited to you and use of the card may not be shared or transferred. Misuse of the card or membership will result in loss of the card, all accumulated points, and any other services offered in connection to your membership.

Is the Lucky North Club program replacing the player rewards program that allows us to earn points and redeem for various rewards throughout the facility?

In addition to the same great rewards you have become accustomed to, The Lucky North Club program includes $40 cash bonuses and free programs.

Are the reward redemption options changing?

You can still redeem the same great rewards you have become accustomed to. The redemption options have been simplified. Now, a rewards voucher can be redeemed in $5, $10 or $20 increments and used for betting vouchers, food and beverage vouchers or poker buy-ins.

What are Racing Base Points?

Racing Base Points are the points earned per dollar spent. They are awarded as follows:

  • 2 Racing Base Points for every dollar wagered on Daytona greyhounds
  • 1.5 Racing Base Points for every dollar wagered on simulcast greyhounds or Jai-Alai
  • 1 Racing Base Point for every dollar wagered on thoroughbred or harness

Racing Base Points do NOT include bonus points.

What are Bonus Points?

Bonus Points are additional points earned for using a self-service terminal (SST) or Fast Bet mobile for wagering. Bonus points may also be awarded promotionally and are not applied to the $40 cash back offer.

Why are Bonus Points not included in your Racing Base Points?

Bonus Points are added to your total reward points earned and used to redeem rewards such as programs and rewards vouchers. Racing Base Points track the amount you spend without promotional offers.

How do I earn $40 cash?

Just bet using your Lucky North Club Card! Once you earn 25,000 Racing Base Points, your voucher will be available at the rewards kiosk and can be exchanged for cash at any of the following mutuels tax windows: 107, 444, 451 and 502. These points roll over and do not expire as long as your account remains active. Active accounts must show activity in a 13-month period.

What happens to my points when I redeem my $40 cash voucher?

Once your $40 cash voucher is redeemed, 25,000 base points will be subtracted from your Racing Base Point balance and reset to zero. This does not affect your standard reward point balance.