Excalibur Military Rates
- 10% off hotel rates with Military ID
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Military discount is open only to members of the U.S. active duty military, National Guard & Reserve, retired military (i.e., served honorably at least 20 years in the U.S. armed forces), prior service military (i.e., served in the U.S. armed forces for less than 20 years) (with proof of service), and spouses of eligible military personnel. Please note should military identification not be verified upon check-in, the rate will be adjusted to the hotel prevailing rate that day. Reservations made by phone are subject to higher rate. A daily resort fee will be added to your room account, which includes select hotel amenities. The first night's deposit is fully refundable provided notice of cancellation is received by Room Reservations at least 72 hours prior to arrival. Guests must be at least 21 years of age to check in. Offers are subject to promotional availability; blackout dates apply, and are not available to groups or persons attending meetings or conventions. Offer is nontransferable and may not be used in conjunction with any other promotion. We are unable to guarantee certain room requests and locations; however, a sincere effort will be made to accommodate your needs. Room rates are based on single or double occupancy. Additional guest charges will apply. Management reserves the right to cancel or change this promotion at its discretion without prior notice. Nightly rates are 10% commissionable to valid IATA, ARC, CLIA, and TRUE/OSSN travel agency. MGM Resorts International offers GameSense information to its patrons to encourage responsible gaming at mgmresorts.com/gamesense (in MA at gamesensema.com). If you or someone you know has a gambling problem or concerns with gambling responsibly, please call the 24-hour Problem Gambler's Helpline at 1.800.522.4700, or call 1.800.GAMBLER (in New Jersey and Maryland), 1.800.426.1234 (in Massachusetts), 1.800.270.7117 (in Michigan), 1.877.8HopeNY (in New York), or 1.800.589.9966 (in Ohio). Or visit mdgamblinghelp.org (in MD), masscompulsivegambling.org (in MA), or org.ohio.gov (in Ohio) for help. Please play responsibly. If you bet more than you can afford to lose, you've got a problem.