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3 New/Updated Reports on Big Las Vegas Strip Casinos

By David G. Schwartz on January 14, 2015 3:57 PM | Permalink

These three reports show the historical trends and current reality of the "average" big Las Vegas Strip casino:

Trends for Big Las Vegas Strip Casinos, 2008-2014
The “Average Big Strip Casino” reports for their respective years give snapshots of how Las Vegas casinos earning over $72 million a year in gaming revenue are performing. This report shows how revenues and expenses have tracked over time.

Trends for Big Las Vegas Strip Casinos, 2005-2011
The “Average Big Strip Casino” reports for their respective years give snapshots of how Las Vegas casinos earning over $72 million a year in gaming revenue are performing. This report shows how revenues and expenses have tracked over time.

New Report: Trends for Big Las Vegas Strip Casinos, 2007-2013

By David G. Schwartz on January 10, 2014 3:35 PM | Permalink

While drafting the 2013 Big Strip Casino report, I asked myself the inevitable question: How did this year's numbers compare with previous years. I figured that other people would be just as curious, and I figured that there was no reason to keep these numbers to myself. Some spreadsheet-massaging later, I present to you:

Trends for Big Las Vegas Strip Casinos, 2007-2013 
The “Average Big Strip Casino” reports for their respective years give snapshots of how Las Vegas casinos earning over $72 million a year in gaming revenue are performing. This report shows how revenues and expenses have tracked over time.

I think you'll find a lot of interesting stuff in this report. For example, gaming revenue bucked the trend of decreasing relative to total revenues, and slightly increased. And while complimentary expenses now exceed pre-recession highs, gaming revenues still do not. 

New Report: Average Big Las Vegas Strip Casino, 2013

By David G. Schwartz on January 10, 2014 3:30 PM | Permalink

With the release of the 2013 Nevada Gaming Abstract, expect several new and updated reports. First, here is the latest iteration of our oldest Abstract-based report:

Average Big Las Vegas Strip Casino, 2013 
A statistical summary of the average Las Vegas Strip casino with annual gaming revenues of over $72 million with both gaming and non-gaming revenues and information on employment, taxes, and expenses

This is a snapshot of how these major resorts, which are critical to the economy of Nevada, are performing.