$20 Dollar Trick MGM Grand Las Vegas

MGM Grand

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Does the $20 Trick work at MGM Grand?

Sometimes. Based on what our users have shared with us, the $20 Trick at MGM Grand works about 58% of the time, similar to its sister-property The Signature.

How to get MGM Grand room upgrades for free

In Las Vegas, you can simply ask your MGM Grand clerk at check-in for a complimentary room upgrade. That generally only works in the off-season. To raise your chances of getting a free room upgrade at MGM Grand, try the $20 Trick.

How to do the $20 Trick at MGM Grand

  1. Before walking up to the MGM Grand front desk, fold a $20 bill and place it between your credit card and ID card.
  2. Approach the MGM Grand check-in desk. Be friendly and warm to your MGM Grand attendant. Hand the $20 sandwich to the clerk.
  3. Ask the MGM Grand front desk clerk, “Are there any complimentary room upgrades available?”

The clerk will take your $20 as a tip. While it doesn’t always work, the $20 trick is your best chance at a free room upgrade at MGM Grand. Our users have shared insane stories with thousands of dollars of savings. Try it for yourself and let us know what happened!

MGM Grand Room Rates

Rooms at MGM Grand start at $45/night plus a nightly resort fee and room tax. Some users have told us that using the $20 Trick at MGM Grand resulted in waived resort fees and similar amenities. Try the $20 Trick at MGM Grand. Book a room today.

Once you have booked your room, plan your trip to MGM Grand Las Vegas with our friends at LasVegasTrip.com.

MGM Grand Hotel Amenities

Free Parking
Pool
Restaurants
Casino
Sportsbook
Shopping
Shows
Nightlife
Spa
Room Service
Fitness Center
Business Center
Wedding Services
Free Parking
Pool
Restaurants
Casino
Sportsbook
Shopping
Shows
Nightlife
Spa
Room Service
Fitness Center
Business Center
Wedding Services
Check-In Time: 3:00 PM
Check-Out Time: 11:00 AM
Fees: Resort Fee

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