Tip: Your Hyatt Gold Passport Status Can Get You Free M Life Status

Sep 22, 2016

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Whether you’re in Sin City for business or pleasure, choosing a hotel is always important no matter how much time you plan to be at the property. If you happen to be a Hyatt Gold Passport elite member, you can automatically become an M life Rewards elite member at no additional charge.

Here’s how the Hyatt Gold Passport partnership with M life Rewards works:

  • If you’re a Hyatt Gold Passport member, you can get M life Sapphire status
  • If you’re a Hyatt Gold Passport Platinum member, you can get M life Gold status
  • If you’re a Hyatt Gold Passport Diamond member, you can get M life Platinum status
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The Vdara Hotel & Spa is a great choice if you want to stay at an upscale non-gaming resort yet be minutes away from all the action.

The partnership allows you to accrue Hyatt Gold Passport points for stays at M life properties, earn credits toward earning or keeping your Hyatt status and redeem Hyatt Gold Passport points for stays at all 12 M life properties on The Strip (though given how cheap some Vegas hotels can be, redemptions might not always make sense). M life Rewards properties on The Strip include The Bellagio, Aria Resort & Casino, Vdara Hotel & Spa and Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, just to name a few.

Check out all of the other benefits you receive with Hyatt Gold Passport elite status.

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