Las vegas Revenues Rebounded Heartily in 2013

Las vegas Revenues Rebounded Heartily in 2013

Vegas’ marketing campaigns positioning the populous city as hip and occurring seem to be working, based on 2013 revenue tallies

This has been awhile since Las Vegas could really publish any really positive news about revenues, but 2013 has been a watershed year financially for Sin City. Numbers posted end-of-year by the Nevada Gaming Control Board show a whopping 22.6 percent spike in gaming revenues for the month of November, carrying out a notably flat October, a reality that guarantees to exhibit excellent year-end overall numbers once compiled.

Second Best of the Year

Turns out was the second best of the year for Las Vegas Strip properties november. Baccarat took home the gold literally with a 94 percent hike, while table games also pulled a 53.5 percent jump to their weight, when compared with 2012. Certainly nobody is ripping out slot machines, but it seems that old-school gambling is the moneymaker these days in the City of Neon.

Statewide, the image ended up being also a good one. A bump of 11.9 percent compared to the year prior across Nevada, casinos took in $875.9 million in November. And much more encouraging, it was the 3rd hike that is monthly the last four months.

Las Vegas’ uber-successful strategy of being the coolest, hippest, swag-est place to be on earth seems to be working when it comes to gambling as well; the Strip brought in $529.4 million in November overall, largely from table games, which includes p […]