The Hard Rock Atlantic City, set to open this summer, is offering discounts or free nights depending on your status with other casinos. A couple of the statuses they match are likely easy for readers to produce: M Life Gold (matched from Hyatt Explorist) will get you 1 free night as will Total Rewards Diamond, available via match from Wyndham Rewards Diamond.
- Get a discount or 1 free night or 2 free nights at the Hard Rock Atlantic City by showing your status card with select competing programs
- Direct link to the promotion page
- Valid for guests that can present a loyalty card from one of the following casinos: Any Hard Rock Casino, Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa (M Life Rewards), Caesars, Harrah’s (Caesar’s Total Rewards), Bally’s (Caesar’s Total Rewards), Golden Nugget Atlantic City, Parx Casino, Resorts Casino Hotel, Sugarhouse Casino, Taj Mahal, Tropicana Atlantic City.
- You will need to show your membership card – if you don’t have a physical card, stop by your casino’s player’s club desk first when you get to town
- The loyalty card must be in good shape, with the name of the primary guest on the reservation.
- Offer valid one time only. Multiple reservations are subject to cancellation.
- If the guest is unable to present the valid loyalty card upon arrival, the reservation rate will be adjusted to the prevailing rate. Must sign up for Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City’s Wild Card Rewards upon arrival.
If you like Atlantic City, getting free nights at a new casino with a status you already have isn’t bad. Note that your stay is subject to a $22 per night resort fee. I hate resort fees, but that pales in comparison to going summertime rates at the Hard Rock, which is expected to open at the end of June after a $500 million renovation of the former Taj Mahal property.
They list individual casinos from which you can match status, but several of them are Caesar’s properties and thus all use the same Caesar’s Total Rewards. The Borgata is an M Life property, so your M Life status ought to do the trick.
Personally, I matched Hyatt Diamond status before the change to World of Hyatt to M Life Platinum status, and for some reason I’ve maintained that status — meaning that I could book 2 free nights with this offer. I don’t think Baby Rey is ready for his first trip to Atlantic City, so I’ll probably give this one a pass myself. However, it’s a great deal for those who qualify.
According to the promo, it sounds like you’ll have to show a physical player’s club card showing your status in that program. For example, I don’t have my physical M Life card, so I’d stop by the Borgata before going to the Hard Rock and have them print me a new one. This should be possible at any player’s club desk and usually just takes a few minutes.
If you have Hyatt Explorist status, remember that you can match that status to M Life Gold, good for 1 free night with this offer. You could alternatively get one free night if you have Total Rewards Diamond status. You can get that status via Founders Card membership or via match from Wyndham Rewards Diamond status.
You can get Wyndham Platinum status from the $75 annual fee version of the Wyndham Rewards credit card. (Wyndham Rewards Platinum comes with the $75 fee Wyndham card, but will only get you Total Rewards Platinum).
For more on matching your Hyatt and M Life accounts, see this now-expired deal: Match M life to Hyatt Explorist NOW, skip extension and get club upgrades!.
H/T: Miles to Memories