Last week, Hyatt Hotels and MGM Resorts announced a new partnership that will allow members of their loyalty programs, Hyatt Gold Passport and MGM Resorts’ M life, to earn credit on their account when staying at hotels and resorts in either chain. That means that if you have a Hyatt Gold Passport, you can get credit when you stay at the MGM Resorts Las Vegas, and if you’re an M life member you get credit when you stay at any Hyatt.
To celebrate this one-of-a-kind partnership, I’ve been given an amazing prize package to give away to a lucky reader. Here’s what you can win:
22,000 Hyatt Gold Passport points, which is enough for one free night in a category six hotel—Hyatt’s top redemption category—or enough for at least one free night in any participating MGM Resorts destination in Las Vegas.
Choice of two (2) tickets to ONE of the following MGM Resorts entertainment options in Las Vegas:
- “O” at Bellagio
- Zarkana at ARIA
- KÀ at MGM Grand
- The Beatles LOVE at The Mirage
- Jabbawockeez “PRiSM” at Luxor
- Blue Man Group at Monte Carlo
- Zumanity at New York-New York
- Tournament of Kings at Excalibur
And a choice of two (2) tickets to ONE of the following attractions:
- Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art
- Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay
- Siegfried & Roy’s Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat at The Mirage
- The Roller Coaster at New York-New York
You do have to sign up for the Hyatt Gold Passport, but it’s free.
This contest is just like the others: just sign up for my newsletter and fill out the form below. Then follow me on Twitter and Facebook for additional entries. You can also follow MGM Resorts (@mlife) and Hyatt (@HyattPR) on Twitter for additional entries. The contest runs June 26th through July 3rd and all official rules apply.
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