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Planning a trip to Las Vegas? You can earn double Hyatt points for Vegas stays at MGM Resorts in Las Vegas.

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From now through October 15, 2022, you can earn 2x World of Hyatt points when you stay at these participating Vegas MGM Resorts:

Normally you earn 5 points per $1 spent when you stay at MGM Resorts in Las Vegas. With this promotion, you’ll earn 10 points per $1 spent at MGM resorts in Vegas including all eligible room charges.

But the additional five points earned are considered bonus points, not base points.

Registration is required.

A reminder that you have to check out on October 15, 2022. So your last stay check in should be October 14, 2022.

There is no limit to how many bonus points you can earn under this promotion. But you can only earn bonus points for 1 room per night, the room you occupy.

Nights count toward earning Globalist status.

Pro-tip: Remember to link your Hyatt account with MGM so you can earn elite qualifying nights and points.

Free Nights Count

You’ll earn bonus points on all eligible stays including stays paid with a free night award and points.

Book your stay through Hyatt or MGM Resorts.

Pro-tip: You’ll save money booking through MGM Resorts. Not only are the rates lower but you won’t pay resort fees when you book through MGM. You will pay resort fees when you book via Hyatt.

New & Existing Reservation

New and existing reservations qualify for this offer. If you already have stays booked during the promotion period, you can keep your reservation or book a new reservation.

You do not need to rebook existing reservations unless you want. If you previously booked through Hyatt, you may want to consider rebooking through MGM if the rate is cheaper AND to ensure you get waived resort fees.

Summary of the Fine Print

  • Registration is required
  • 5 bonus points per $1 spent in addition to the 5 base points per $1 spent
  • Valid for stays through October 15, 2022
  • Bonus points for 1 room per night, member occupied
  • Have to choose to earn World of Hyatt points for stay
  • Bonus points will post two to three weeks after stay

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