myVEGAS Tutorial – Get FREE Vegas Rooms, Drinks, Dining And More …

Learn about myVEGAS and save money in Las Vegas. Begin playing right away to learn how simple it is to earn rewards with myVEGAS.

Introduction – What is myVEGAS?

myVEGAS is a collection of apps and games that allow you to earn loyalty points that can be redeemed for drinks, show tickets, money to play with, and free nights at hotels in Las Vegas and select casinos around the world. Our tutorial will walk you through the process of earning loyalty points with myVEGAS apps and games and redeeming them for the best value. Spend only 5 minutes every day playing to earn a substantial number of loyalty points. Learn more about myVEGAS and begin saving right away!


Here is a step-by-step guide.

1. Create an account at myVEGAS

To get started with myVEGAS, simply sign up with your Facebook account.

In your browser, navigate to the ‘myVEGAS game‘ on Facebook. MyVEGAS games will use your Facebook account to track and accrue your loyalty points once you’ve logged in.

All myVEGAS games operate on the same basic premise: play with virtual chips to earn loyalty points, which are represented by golden coins and may be redeemed for real-world goodies. It’s that easy! You can earn reward points while enjoying the thrills of Las Vegas, whether you play slots, blackjack, or other casino games.

On your desktop computer, you may play the Facebook game, where you can find a variety of slot machines.


2. Download myVEGAS mobile apps

However, you may also download many myVegas games as mobile apps to earn loyalty points while on the go.

Enter “myVEGAS” as a search query on Google PlayStore and download your favorite mobile apps; the more apps you download, the faster you will earn loyalty points.

You can play slot machines with myVEGAS Slots, POP! Slots, and my KONAMI Slots and receive daily coins to play, allowing you to collect loyalty points (golden points).

Slot on the mobile apps
Daily play money gift

You may play Blackjack to earn loyalty points with the myVEGAS Blackjack app.

Blackjack mobile app


3. Create an MGM Rewards Account

To redeem your myVEGAS loyalty points for the highest rewards, you must first register a free MGM Rewards account. To sign up, simply go to their website and follow the steps.

You can pick up a real card at specialized offices in selected hotels once you have your account number. It’s simple to get started and begin reaping the advantages of myVEGAS loyalty points.


4. Redemption process

For most redemptions, you will need to enter your MGM account and email address. You will receive a voucher in the mail, which you must print out or display on your phone at the location where you want to redeem your reward. The email you will get will contain more information.


Redeem your points for free nights

There are numerous ways to redeem your reward points, the most exciting of which is a complimentary night stay at one of the member hotels.

You may easily get a free night at a hotel with your myVEGAS loyalty points if you start playing the myVEGAS games a few months before your vacation in Las Vegas. Just keep in mind that the number of available dates is limited.

As shown in the images below, one-night complimentary stays begin at 17,000 points for Luxor and 75,000 points for Park MGM.

You can check the latest calendar for free one night stays here.





Redeem your points for free drinks or meals

At all participating hotels, there are literally hundreds of ways to score free beverages, meals, even 2-1 certificates.

How to best redeem your myVEGAS loyalty points
Example of food
How to best redeem your myVEGAS loyalty points
Example of Drinks

Redeem your points for shows

You can use your reward points to get a free show ticket or access to the shark reef at Mandalay Bay. Your points might potentially be redeemed for a 2-1 voucher for premium seats at some Cirque du Soleil shows.

How to best redeem your myVEGAS loyalty points
Show rewards

Reward availability

Some awards are frequently sold out when you try to redeem your points. Don’t worry, availability varies by day; simply return to check for your preferred prize a couple of days in a row to find greater availability.


5. The best strategy to get free loyalty points

Increase your loyalty point earnings with myVEGAS by logging into all apps every day and betting the maximum amount. You may quickly accrue loyalty points for your favorite prizes by spending just 5 minutes per day.

Consider checking in numerous times per day and modifying your wager size to earn even more points.  In some games you’ll get even some free points every x minutes, so it’s worth to check in a few times a day.

It’s a simple method to earn additional myVEGAS rewards. Begin optimizing your loyalty point earnings right away!



You’ve got nothing to lose!

It won’t take long, and it’s completely free. With just 5 minutes every day, you may easily accumulate enough points to earn a free drink or even more valuable gifts. If you already play on Facebook, you should think about playing on the mobile app to earn loyalty points while on the go.

Redeeming your myVEGAS membership points on high-value rewards like show tickets and free hotel rooms, as well as lesser advantages like free drinks and meals, will save you real money.

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