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Four MGM Properties Now Bookable Through Marriott Bonvoy

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MGM Properties Now Bookable Through Marriott Bonvoy

MGM Properties Now Bookable Through Marriott Bonvoy

Marriott International and MGM Resorts announced an exclusive long-term strategic agreement last summer.

Part of that announcement was also the creation of MGM Collection with Marriott Bonvoy. That’s where you will find properties that were previously affiliated with Hyatt, before MGM switched to Marriott Bonvoy.

In January MGM and Marriott revealed more details about their partnership, and said that MGM Resorts destinations will be available for booking through Marriott Bonvoy later this year.

But as of today, we already see four bookable properties. New York-New York Hotel & Casino was the first property available through Marriott and was added on February 1st. Then today we see three more properties: MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, Excalibur Hotel & Casino, and The Signature at MGM Grand.

It looks like you can actually get good value for your points when booking these MGM properties. Stays at Excalibur for example start as low as 5,000 points per night. New York-New York Hotel & Casino night cost 10,000 points per night or more.

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  1. The catch with points bookings for these properties is you’ll still be on the hook for resort fees and the taxes. Looking at Excalibur as an example you can get nights for 5K but it still includes about $40 in resort fee and taxes per night. Those same nights can be booked for about $70 ($67 with the AAA rate) which means you are saving $30 for 5K points. 0.6 cpp is a very meh redemption rate for Marriott points.

    Playing around with other properties and dates you can get closer to 0.8 cpp for some nights which is a decent Marriott point value. 5th night free stays have good potential for value based on that. Cosmo is the outlier where you can actually do well on some nights and with more room types bookable on points.

  2. The Excaliber was a cheap and pretty bad hotel decades ago. Today it is a really low, low end hotel. I would never recommend it to anyone.


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