Bonus Hyatt points for MGM stays

Hyatt is offering a new promotion to earn bonus points on MGM stays. With this promo, you’ll earn double the base points on eligible charges at a number of MGM properties in Las Vegas.
Delano Las Vegas Fine Hotels & Resorts

Living room of a standard room at Delano.

The Deal

  • Earn double Hyatt points at the following MGM properties for eligible charges at the following properties between April 15 and July 31, 2019:
    • Aria Resort & Casino Las Vegas
    • Bellagio Las Vegas
    • Delano Las Vegas
    • Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino Las Vegas
    • MGM Grand Las Vegas
    • Mirage Las Vegas
    • Park MGM Las Vegas
    • The Signature at MGM Grand
    • Vdara Hotel & Spa at Aria Las Vegas
  • Earn 20% bonus points (i.e. 1 extra point per dollar) on eligible charges at the following MGM properties during the same time period:
    • Excalibur Hotel & Casino Las Vegas
    • Luxor Las Vegas
    • New York New York Las Vegas Hotel & Casino
  • Direct link to register for this promotion

Key Details

  • Should stack with the current offer for 1K bonus points per night, but only base points are doubled

Quick Thoughts

As noted above, this promotion should stack nicely with the current Hyatt promotion offering a thousand points per night all Hyatt properties. However, those bonus points won’t be doubled. This bonus would only apply to base points. Therefore, you’ll earn 10 base points per dollar at the eligible properties (or 6 base points at the properties only eligible for a 20% bonus).
Also of note, I’ve been able to attach my Hyatt number to stays booked at Delano through Amex Fine Hotels and Resorts. I imagine the same would be true for other MGM stays booked through FHR (or perhaps Chase Luxury Hotel Collection?). I often find Delano to be a pretty good value as it is all suites, gets you access to the Mandalay Bay pool (“The Beach”), room rates are often around $100 per night – sometimes as low as $66 per night before resort fee – and when you book through FHR, you get free breakfast for two, guaranteed 4pm late check-out, and a $100 spa credit. That used to be a resort credit eligible for use at restaurants, but FHR changed all of the Vegas properties to some sort of spa credit earlier this year I believe.
Overall, this is a good promo and I’m pretty excited that I have an MGM stay booked during the promo window.
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You can also stack this with the AMEX offer for 6000 MR points at MGM. I just hope my stay checking out this morning qualifies.

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I’m not matching this. It’s way too good an offer.
I’m not giving double points on stays at my home in Vegas

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I am way too much of a Vegas nerd in that I know that the picture is not a standard room at Delano, that is a Delano Scenic Suite. These rooms are at the corners and feature wrap around windows in the bedroom. It is the usual upgrade when booking Delano through FHR.

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I too am a Delano nerd.

The pencils are blue lol.

$100 dining credit , $60 breakfast credit. Can’t be beat on cheap nights (chase LHR, former FHR)