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MGM/RoyalCarribean Las Vegas Hotels Offer- upto $200 Resort Credit

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This might be a repost but the previous deal ended Dec 31 2016.
The new deal is to book by Jul 31,2017.

https://www.mlife.com/en/offers/royal-offer.html

Terms and Conditions:

This offer is exclusively for Royal Caribbean Crown and Anchor Society Members. Offer requires a two night minimum stay, based on availability.

Note:
The landing page shows offer as "Book your exclusive offer by December 28, 2016",
but if you select on any hotel, you will see offer as "book by Jul 31, 2017


FYI:
I used this offer last year and I was not asked to provide any proof that I am member of "Royal Caribbean Crown and Anchor Society".
Because it's a free membership, I did register to avoid any hassles.

Resort credit can be used in almost all the MGM properties provided that the charges are billed to the room. Check with mlife desk at any of the properties to be sure .
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This is a terrible deal and a terrible hotel /casino to support. They screw their employees and customers alike. They fired their valet when they tried to unionize. They add all kinds of non transparent charges and fees. Sometimes, you could be paying in fees the price of a night or more. They've added a bullshit parking charge and raised their resort fees. Don't stay with them or give them support. You're only screwing yourself.

They've reduced the quality of their amenities /dining /buffets.

Edit: mgm properties have become a scam/ the joke of Vegas.
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This is a terrible deal and a terrible hotel /casino to support. They screw their employees and customers alike. They add all kinds of non transparent charges and fees. Sometimes, you could be paying in fees the price of a night or more. They've added a bullshit parking charge and raised their resort fees. Don't stay with them or give them support. You're only screwing yourself.
What Las Vegas hotels/casinos would you recommend for a fair price and a decent experience?
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What Las Vegas hotels/casinos would you recommend for a fair price and a decent experience?
Venetian/palazzo
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This is a terrible deal and a terrible hotel /casino to support. They screw their employees and customers alike. They fired their valet when they tried to unionize. They add all kinds of non transparent charges and fees. Sometimes, you could be paying in fees the price of a night or more. They've added a bullshit parking charge and raised their resort fees. Don't stay with them or give them support. You're only screwing yourself.

They've reduced the quality of their amenities /dining /buffets.

Edit: mgm properties have become a scam/ the joke of Vegas.
100% this!!
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nevermind ...
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Was already booking at one of these places anyways so resort credit is nice
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I'm assuming credit is for food/drink charges to the room and possibly also spa, but does anyone know if the credit is good for any MGM resort or only the specific one you have booked at?
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This is a terrible deal and a terrible hotel /casino to support. They screw their employees and customers alike. They fired their valet when they tried to unionize. They add all kinds of non transparent charges and fees. Sometimes, you could be paying in fees the price of a night or more. They've added a bullshit parking charge and raised their resort fees. Don't stay with them or give them support. You're only screwing yourself.

They've reduced the quality of their amenities /dining /buffets.

Edit: mgm properties have become a scam/ the joke of Vegas.
Parking fees and Resort fees is being charged by almost all strip hotels.Nothing new.
IMHO, I had really great support from mlife agents and were quick to resolve few issues. They even waived resort fees since I had resort credit on my account using this deal.
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I'm assuming credit is for food/drink charges to the room and possibly also spa, but does anyone know if the credit is good for any MGM resort or only the specific one you have booked at?
As I have mentioned in my post, I was able to use the credit at multiple MGM properties like NYNY, Monte Carlo, MGM, Aria , Mirage as long as you can bill the charges to your room. It's always better to check with the restaurant before getting in. If you are booking multiple hotels, for e.g for a 4 day stay, just make sure to use the resort credit before checking out.

If you cannot, just talk to mlife agent and they will be able to adjust that credit towards resort fee.
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Note that this deal is NOT working for The Signature Suites. If you click that option none of the dates show as available for the deal
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100% this!!

1000% This and Infinity. MGM facilities will scam you for every penny with fees, fees and more fees! AND YES, they came up with WTF fees and you name it, they created to take - pick your pocket clean of even lints! Stay away from ALL MGM facilities if you can.
Which unfortunately, half of the Vegas' casinos EEK!:
Aria
Bellagio
Circus Circus
Excalibur
Luxor
Mandalay Bay
MGM Grand
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I'm curious what everyone's experience is who says there are scammy fees?
The only fee I've experienced is the resort fee which is pretty clear when you book and is a flat amount for each day.


I've used the "Royal Offer" in the past and it has worked just as indicated without any real issues. Depending on the dates you can find rooms at $50/night (+~$30 resort fees) that come with $150 credit. So perhaps $200 all (fees/taxes) in for two nights and you get $150 credit to use on food/spa/etc (NOT gambling, tips or the actual cost of the room). Its a pretty sweet deal
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It let me book multiple hotels using that code. Can it be used unlimited times within the allowed dates or is there any chance of them not honoring multiple uses? I usually book multiple rooms to lock in the rates and then decide which resort is most convenient for that trip when I'm getting closer to the check in date.
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Nice deal, I booked at Vdara, Mirage ($45/day) last year and the resort credit can be used at any MGM buffet (Aria, Bellagio).
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