Newly-Launched MGM Rewards Unveils Best Credit Card Offer to Date

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LAS VEGAS – March 16, 2022 – Following the recent launch of its reimagined loyalty rewards program, MGM Resorts is introducing its best credit card offer to date. Now through April 7, newly approved MGM Rewards Mastercard cardmembers can earn $250, awarded as 25,000 bonus points, to use towards accommodations, dining and entertainment.1

The MGM Rewards Mastercard maximizes earning potential for all spend. Cardmembers earn three Points and three Tier Credits per $1 spent at MGM Rewards Destinations; two Points and two Tier Credits per $1 spent on gas and supermarket purchases; and one Point and one Tier Credit per $1 spent everywhere else1. The MGM Rewards Mastercard comes with no annual fee2, no foreign transaction fee2 and MGM Rewards Points accumulated through spend on the card don’t expire1.

Additionally, cardmembers enjoy a variety of experiential perks including an automatic upgrade to MGM Rewards Pearl status, free self-parking complimentary tickets to select exclusive MGM Rewards concerts in Las Vegas, and priority hotel check-in at MGM Resorts’ 20+ premier destinations across the country. As a Pearl member, cardmembers also receive a 10% bonus on Slot Dollars for slot play.3

A new benefit for cardmembers includes earning Points and Tier Credits on any deposits made utilizing the MGM Rewards Mastercard in the BetMGM sports betting app.

To take advantage of the limited-time introductory offer and start enjoying all MGM Rewards Mastercard benefits, customers must apply now through April 7, 2022. Newly approved cardmembers will earn $250, awarded as 25,000 bonus points, after spending $5,000 within the first six billing cycles.1

To learn more or apply for the MGM Rewards Mastercard visit here

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