The Hyatt and MGM Resorts Loyalty Program Partnership

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MGM resorts, Hyatt and Southwest Airlines have geared up together to be this summer’s triple threat as the largest loyalty partnership program coming out of Las Vegas. MGM resort’s M Life members and Hyatt Gold Passport members can redeem their reward points from either program for stays in MGM locations in Las Vegas beginning June 20. This also means that you will earn Hyatt Gold points for every stay at an MGM property in Vegas. On top of that, you can double dip by earning 1500 miles towards your Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards  account for every eligible stay at an MGM hotel.

Southwest is also running a promotion that allows Rapid Rewards members to earn 1500 points just by staying at a qualifying MGM resort in Las Vegas. To top it all and to get your party on, MGM just opened it’s doors to one of the best night clubs on the strip, Hakkassan, that has renowned international DJ’s like Calvin Harris, Tiesto and Steve Aaoki as their resident DJs.

How to book an earn

To earn points towards each rewards program you must provide your Rapid Rewards number, Hyatt account and M life number at the time of check in. If you are not a member of both programs already, it’s free and you can sign up online (links above^). Reservations at any of the Las Vegas MGM hotels can be made through either or

MGM resorts in Las Vegas that qualify are Excalibur, Luxor, Monte Carlo, New York New York, MGM Grand, The Signature at MGM Grand, Vdara, The Mirage, Aria, Bellagio, Mandalay Bay and THEhotel at Mandalay Bay. After your stay at any of the MGM locations in Las Vegas as an M Life member, you should receive special offers like free stays or discounted rates in the mail.

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