Tag Archives: MGM Resorts

Bellagio Fountain Show Song List and Schedule 2018



Here is a scan of the current Bellagio Fountain Show song list and schedule. Schedule changes are rare, but can occur for certain wedding packages and special events.
This list was updated on March 12, 2018 and verified again March 28. It includes the new “Believe” show by Cher. (YouTube video available here) I was able to confirm with a concierge that the schedule should be good through the end of daylight savings time unless they add new songs before that. I will update this page with new schedules as they become available.

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myVEGAS Two Night Comp Rewards Spring 2018

The Spring 2018 myVEGAS Two Night Comp Room Rewards have been released.  Everyone should be able to see these whether you have purchased chips or not.screen shot image

Dates vary by resort. Also, the Monte Carlo Reward must be used by  March 27th since  the Monte Carlo becomes The Park on April 1st. The Park does not currently have any Room Rewards available.

Excalibur Two Comp Nights Spring (42,000 LPs)
March 25-29,
April 1-5, 15-19, 23-26,
April 29 – May  3, May 6-16, 23-24, 28-31,
June 17-21, 24-29 Continue reading myVEGAS Two Night Comp Rewards Spring 2018

myKonami Freeplay

myKonami Slots is part of the myVEGAS family. In addition to all of the usual myVEGAS Rewards, they have their own special myKonami Freeplay Reward.myKonami FP  It is a $25 Freeplay Reward that can be  used exclusively on a bank of Konami slot machines near the Mlife desk of the MGM Resort the reward is for.

The Rewards are specific to each particular hotel and can be found in the Rewards list for each hotel. Continue reading myKonami Freeplay

myVEGAS 2-Night Comp Room Reward Calendars

Calendars for the 2-Night Comp Rewards are here. These are good through the end of June 2018. Updates will appear on my full myVEGAS Room Rewards Calendars page.

The Excalibur Two Comp Room Nights Reward is the cheapest at 30,000LPs. That’s lower than a Single Comp Night Reward at all other properties except Luxor.  I’m still not sure that’s worth staying at Excalibur, though.

As a general rule, the 2 night Rewards cost twice as much as the single night Rewards.

If you have never purchased myVEGAS chips, you might not be able to see these Rewards in the app.  I discuss this in my Getting More myVEGAS Rewards post.