You can now earn and redeem Hyatt points at the NoMad Las Vegas
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There are several Hyatt hotels in Las Vegas, but NoMad becomes the 13th property in Las Vegas outside of the Hyatt portfolio to join the loyalty program. That means even though it’s not a Hyatt, you can earn and burn points there. The property will be classified as a Category 5 hotel, which costs 20,000 points per night. Note that effective March 2020, Hyatt will add peak and off-peak pricing to its award chart.
Better yet — you can double your points earnings on bookings made with participating MGM Resorts in Las Vegas now through Dec. 28. That’s an additional 5 points on top of the 5 points Hyatt members already earn on stays — that’s a double down you won’t regret.
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To be eligible for this promotion, you’ll have to register your World of Hyatt number and stay at a participating property before Dec. 28, 2019. The following properties qualify for double points:
- The NoMad Las Vegas
- ARIA Resort and Casino
- Bellagio Las Vegas
- Delano Las Vegas at Mandalay Bay
- Excalibur Hotel and Casino
- Luxor Hotel and Casino
- Mandalay Bay
- MGM Grand Hotel and Casino
- New York New York Hotel and Casino
- Park MGM Las Vegas
- The Signature at MGM Grand
- The Mirage Hotel and Casino
- Vdara Hotel and Spa
To give you an idea of your earnings, if you book a weekend stay at the NoMad Las Vegas in the Classic King room, you could earn 3,800 Hyatt points. TPG values this at $65. Note you can only earn points on the base rate, not on the taxes and resort fees. Booking a stay can also help you earn elite status with Hyatt and M life, which is especially valuable for Vegas stays.
Be sure to make the booking with either your Chase Sapphire Preferred Card and earn 2x points or your Chase Sapphire Reserve and earn 3x points. If you use the Sapphire Reserve, that brings your total points sweep to 4,940 points for the sample stay above — not bad. Even if you don’t transfer those Chase Ultimate Rewards points to Hyatt, you’ll still end up with 1,140 UR points.
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