MGM Resorts has formed a partnership with BTS to give ARMYs customised suites for the concert that will take place at Permission to Dance on Stage – Las Vegas. Each MGM Resorts hotel that has earned a rating of four stars provides luxurious services and facilities. All ARMYs have a similar fascination with photocards, which, depending on their level of rarity, may command prices far greater than those of any other commodity. MGM Resorts has developed a plan to attract ARMYs successfully. Fans may look forward to receiving three unique mementoes from the hotels, the most exciting of which is a series of photo cards showcasing all seven band members. The hotels have made this announcement.
MGM Resorts displays BTS concert mementoes: special notes, posts cards and many more
BigHit MUSIC plans to turn the next event in Las Vegas into a BTS festival in preparation for the upcoming event. As part of the festival’s ‘Permission to Dance the City – Las Vegas,’ eleven hotels have agreed to customise the design of their guest rooms just for ARMYs. In addition, there will be a variety of other themed activities, performances, and other events. MGM Resorts revealed on March 25 the unique keepsakes they would be providing to ARMYs as part of the celebration of their recently formed partnership with BigHit MUSIC. In addition to a note card containing comments from the group, a door hanger, and, most importantly, a pair of selfie photocopies, the memento package also includes these items. Due to the new developments, fan anticipation has increased.
Nevertheless, several backers found out that to check into a hotel, there must be a minimum of two guests present and that each visitor must pay an amount ranging from $3,000 to $13,000. The fact that the hotel began selling a collection of photocards had the fans scratching their heads. They were interested in finding out if there would be one set per room or whether each individual would have their own. It reached the point that ARMYs were joking about having to compete with their roommates for the rare photocards if that turned out to be the reality.
Some ARMYs have suggested that the value of the photocards from the PTD Las Vegas hotel is more than the cost of a room, while others have suggested that some visitors would even book a stay only to get the collectable photo cards. Photocards are an important part of the K-pop culture since they are a kind of fandom activity. Rare BTS photocards might sell for more than $3.5 thousand each. Rare Butter Butterful Fan Event It is still the case that the Jungkook Lucky Draw photocard holds the record for the highest price ever paid for a photocard in the history of the K-pop industry. Due to the very high level of interest in the collectables, MGM Resorts might provide a statement clarifying any questions that may have been raised over the photocard set.