I received an email from MGM / Mlife letting me know that they were extending the Tier Credit earning period for 2022 status by 31 days. They will count any Tier Credits earned in January 2022 towards both 2022 and 2023 status. (Quick reminder that when you earn Tier Credits, you are officially earning them towards your status for the following year).
I can understand why they wouldn’t want to simply extend your tier status for another year like they did last year, but giving me 31 more more days seems like an empty gesture. I have had minimal time in the casinos this year and have no plans to go this January. This promo certainly isn’t going to change that. If you are a few credits shy of achieving the next Mlife tier, though, I hope it helps you.
Today, October 1st, your MGM Resorts Mlife Rewards Tier Credits would typically reset to zero and your Tier Status would adjust to whatever tier you earned based from October 1, 2019 through September 30, 2020. That isn’t happening this year due to the COVID closures and precautions. Mlife has also changed this moving forward.
Mlife Rewards is extending your current Tier Status through January 31, 2022 (another full year and then some). It has also extended the current tier earning period through the end of December 2020, so you still have a chance to get to the next tier level if you desire.
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Since the casinos are closed due to COVID-19 and will probably stay that way for a bit longer, M life Rewards is extending current tier statuses through January 31, 2022.
They are also revamping the program calendars. The new Tier Earning Year will be January 1 – December 31 and the new Tier Benefits Year will be February 1 – January 31. This basically gives you a 1 month pad if you didn’t renew your status and matches the Caesars Rewards calendars. The previous calendars were both October 1 – September 30.
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MGM Resorts is selling the MGM Grand Las Vegas and Mandalay Bay to the Blackstone Real Estate Group. MGM will lease back the properties and continue to operate them. This continues a recent trend where MGM is selling properties and leasing them back. A few months ago MGM sold the Bellagio to Blackstone with a similar arrangement.
The average visitor shouldn’t notice a difference in the short term, but it does mean that MGM Resorts no longer owns the actual structure. The properties will continue to be part of the Mlife players club program.