Travel Impressions Adds Five MGM Mirage Group Hotels

Travel Impressions has grown its MGM Mirage Group Hotels offerings with the addition of five properties to its portfolio, bringing the total to 12 hotels and resorts that travel agents can sell to their clients. As an incentive for booking all of the MGM Mirage Group Hotels, Travel Impressions is providing agents with a $25 American Express Gift Cheque bonus. The bonus is on all air/land packages (minimum three nights) that include Cancel For Any Reason Travel protection.

Through its new partnership with MGM Mirage Group Hotels, Travel Impressions will now offer the following properties: Bellagio Las Vegas, The Mirage Las Vegas, New York-New York Hotel & Casino, The Signature at MGM Grand and Treasure Island Las Vegas.

To qualify for the bonus, reservations must be made by August 31 for travel through December 20. Agents will earn a 1 percent bonus in addition to their standard commission and the $25 incentive when booking MGM Mirage Group Hotels packages via

To kick off the expanded partnership with MGM Mirage Group Hotels, Travel Impressions is offering specially priced three-night air-inclusive packages at all 12 properties. Packages include roundtrip airfare from gateways nationwide, three-night hotel accommodations, roundtrip airport/hotel transfers and hotel tax.

Sample prices, quoted per person, based on roundtrip nonstop airfare on Continental Airlines from Newark, include: Circus, Circus Hotel & Casino from $475; The Mirage Las Vegas from $615; The Signature at MGM Grand from $659; THEhotel at Mandalay Bay from $709 and Bellagio Las Vegas from $749.

Rates quoted are per person, based on double occupancy in a specific room category. Blackout, weekend, holiday and peak season surcharges apply.  Visit

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