MGM Mlife Nominates Select Hyatt Globalist Members To Prestigious “Invite Only” NOIR Status

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MGM Casino Players Club MLife has reportedly sent emails to select Hyatt Globalist members and upgraded their accounts to the gaming programs NOIR status which comes with valuable benefits.

MLife NOIR status come with complimentary limousine transfers, upgrades at casino hotels and line privileges as well as a bonus points accelerator feature for machine play.

The status is highly coveted among those in the gaming scene and since it’s invite only members can’t obtain this status level by simply racking up points which the normal way for their status levels up to Platinum.

You can access MLife Tier benefits on their website together with a display of all status levels.

Here are some of the most valuable benefits:

  • Complimentary Limousine Service to/from Nearest Airport with Hotel Stay
  • Dedicated Line at the Buffet
  • Dedicated Line at Participating Restaurants
  • VIP Lounge Check-in
  • Exclusive Discounts on Hotel Rooms
  • Room Upgrade (subject to availability at check-in, excludes suites)
  • VIP Lounge Check-in
  • and more.

According to this Flyertalk thread there are numerous members who have received the special invitation email.

There have also been instances in the past where MLife and Hyatt have targeted top tier members with each others status levels.

In 2013 there was an exclusive kick off event for the Hyatt / MLife partnership in Las Vegas and I’ve been enough to have been targeted to attend it. The event was limited to 100 participants and those also received MLife Noir Status as an extra present. Strangely enough my account has since maintained NOIR every single year.

Conclusion

There is now some discussion about what could have triggered being a targeted member for this promotion but so far I haven’t seen any indicator of what could make definitive sense in this regard.

If you want to check your account or email to find out if you’ve been targeted then you should look at the email tied to the accounts. The requirement though must be that at some point you linked (matched) your Hyatt & MLife accounts allowing them to transfer data.

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