Earn Double Hyatt Points in Las Vegas at MGM Resorts

Oct 1, 2018

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The World of Hyatt program is already running a bonus points promotion that allows you to earn up to 60,000 additional points based on the number of eligible nights you stay at a Hyatt property through Nov. 30. However, if that wasn’t enough to entice you to book with the brand, there is a brand new promotion that allows you to not only earn toward the 60k bonus points, but also pick up double World of Hyatt points while staying on eligible rates at participating MGM Resorts in Las Vegas. For those not familiar, Hyatt and M life have had a reciprocal partnership dating back to 2013.

This new Hyatt/MGM Resorts promotion starts Monday, Oct. 1, and runs until Dec. 29, 2018 — just be sure to register. With this promo, World of Hyatt members earn double points, which means a total of 10 base points per eligible dollar spent, at the following MGM Resorts.

(Photo by Rebecca Ang via Getty Images)
Photo by Rebecca Ang via Getty Images.

You’ll need to be a member of both World of Hyatt and M life Rewards to earn double Hyatt points via this promotion. Per the terms, the bonus points will post within three to four weeks after completing a qualifying stay.

While you’re in Las Vegas, be sure to use your Platinum Card® from American Express to stop by the Amex Centurion Lounge, visit the Neon Museum, find some activities for the kids (if you brought them) or maybe even take a drive to see some big, colorful rocks.

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