If You Love Las Vegas, This Latest Hyatt Promotion Can Help You Improve the Experience

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Here’s one of my personal favorite travel industry features:   Hyatt and MGM Resorts are partners.  So you can earn Hyatt points when you stay at MGM hotels!

I don’t care much about Vegas hotels, and I’ve never bothered to stay at high-quality MGM resorts.  I like to book the super cheap hotel rooms so I can rack up Hyatt points during promotions.

But for folks who DO care about MGM hotels and M Life status, this promotion is for you.

I Stayed at the Excalibur Hotel & Casino During My Last Visit to Las Vegas for ~$50 per Night

Until October 14, 2018, Hyatt loyalty members who are also M Life Rewards members can double dip the rewards they earn when staying at eligible Hyatt Place and Hyatt House hotels.  You’ll earn both Hyatt base points and M Life tier credits.

You’ll earn 5 Hyatt base points as well as 8 M Life tier credits per $1.  This is a great opportunity for all of you that frequent Vegas to earn some valuable perks at MGM hotels long before stepping foot in Las Vegas.  Potential benefits include things like free parking, bonuses on points earned playing slots at MGM resorts, room upgrades, priority check-in, a dedicated line at certain restaurants, VIP access at select nightclubs, and more!

To get this deal, you’ll need to be a member of both World of Hyatt and M Life Rewards.  Then register here before October 14, 2018.

Let us know if this deal is a good fit for your travel!

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Joseph Hostetler is a full-time writer for Million Mile Secrets, covering miles and points tips and tricks, as well as helpful travel-related news and deals.

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