Coming Soon: Use Hyatt Points in Atlantic City in Addition to Las Vegas

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Considering a trip to Atlantic City?  Good news!

Soon you’ll be able to use Hyatt points for nights at the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa!

Coming Soon Use Hyatt Points In Atlantic City In Addition To Las Vegas

Take a Trip to Atlantic City and Use Hyatt Points for Free Nights at the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa!

I’ll show you how.

Use Hyatt Points for Stays in Atlantic City

Link:   Hyatt and M Life

MGM Hotels is buying the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa.  Which, according to Wikipedia, is the largest hotel in New Jersey.

So, once it’s officially an MGM hotel, you’ll be able to use Hyatt points for free nights there.  Or earn Hyatt points for your paid stays!

Because when you’re a member of MGM’s loyalty program (M life) AND a Hyatt Gold Passport member, you can earn and use Hyatt points at both hotel chains.

Why You Should Match Your Hyatt Status to MGM

Link:   Chase Hyatt

I’ve written about the M life program and their partnership with Hyatt.

When you match your Hyatt Platinum or Diamond status to the M life program, you’ll be able to get elite benefits at the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa.  And use your Hyatt points for free nights!

The easiest way to get Hyatt Platinum status is with the Chase Hyatt card.  And you’ll also earn 2 free nights at any Hyatt hotel after meeting minimum spending requirements.

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And when you have Hyatt Platinum status, you’ll get M life Gold status.  This gives you perks like access to the VIP Line at night clubs for you and a guest.  And as a Hyatt Diamond member, you’ll get M life Platinum status.

Ways to Earn More Hyatt Points

With the Chase Sapphire Preferred, Ink Plus, or Ink Bold (no longer available), you’ll earn Chase Ultimate Rewards points which you can  transfer to travel partners like Hyatt!

And if you have one of the 3 cards mentioned above, you can transfer points earned from cards like the Freedom and Freedom Unlimited to airline and hotel partners too!

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