Status Match Hyatt to Mlife

By | October 1, 2015

It is October 1.  That means that Mlife Tier Status is reset based on play at Mlife casinos over the past 12 months (October 1-September 30).  Now is a good time to status match Hyatt to Mlife if you think you’ll be in Vegas over the next year.

A reminder of how this works.  My full explanation of this can be found here.

If you are a Hyatt Gold Passport member with Platinum status, you can match it to Mlife Gold tier status.  If you are Hyatt Gold Passport Diamond, you can match it to Mlife Platinum.

Status match Hyatt to Mlife

Why would you want to status match Hyatt to Mlife?

If you are staying at an Mlife property in Las Vegas, status comes with some perks.  Skipping lines, turn down service, upgraded rooms, lounge access.  Remember to always show your Hyatt Gold Passport card when you check in to an Mlife property.  And charge everything to your room.  Three Hyatt Gold Passport points per dollar spent at Mlife properties.

To status match, opt in here.  Before you do so, I suggest signing in to your Mlife account and Hyatt account.  Then follow directions below.

My original tier based on last year’s spend was Gold.

Clicking through to the Hyatt status match website and click on “opt-in”.  NOTE: It looks like the status match update is currently disabled.  Instead, you are directed to “please call (800) 323-7249 and provide both your Hyatt Gold Passport and M life Rewards membership numbers.”

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This will take you to the Mlife site.  Click on “Sign In To M life” (sign in now if you aren’t already signed on):

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It should automatically status match.  Look for the confirmation below:

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My new status was reflected immediately.

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2 thoughts on “Status Match Hyatt to Mlife

  1. Michael Billups

    Every time I try to do it on the computer it never works. Last year I had to call and speak to someone before it was matched. Also in the Mlife website it doesn’t say anything about matching Hyatt to Mlife anymore, it says the complete opposite. Something has changed I think.

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    1. Alan Post author

      I went in just now and matched my Hyatt to Mlife. Immediately status changed from Gold to Platinum. Worked fine for me, although it took a couple of page reloads. Mlife has a notoriously terrible website. If you are persistent it should work. Make sure you are logged in to Hyatt.com and Mlife before you match.

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