Things aren’t the same for me and many people as we continue to try to get back to something resembling the normal from January and February. There’s not too much to update on COVID in Las Vegas this week so I thought sharing some personal effects might be interesting.
This week’s COVID-19 update from Las Vegas will be super short. There’s a lot of related news from Boyd and MGM earnings reports that center around the impact of COVID in Las Vegas.
The big news in Las Vegas actually affects casino guests all around the country. Boyd Gaming updated their B Connected players club.
Happy Christmas Eve! Believe it or not, Las Vegas can get chilly in the winter. Everyone will feel the chill in the air if you plan on being outside for a while. So, that’s the weather. Brr. Let’s move onto the news.
It’s a very special holiday edition of Vegas News! Since I’m writing this during one of the holidays, there will be a little less opinion and observation than usual.
As expected last week was a busy news period for Las Vegas. Even if it wasn’t blatant, the Global Gaming Expo (G2E) was the catalyst for a lot of what we learned about casinos during the week. There are a lot of places I could start but I think MGM Resorts is a good place.
With all the growth, luxury and attention splurged on the Strip, we shouldn’t fail to forget there are a few
In less than a week, Boyd Gaming almost doubled their Las Vegas locals casinos from four to seven. With 3 new casino’s they’re playing the game seriously.
News weeks like this in Las Vegas are what give me goosebumps. The future of Las Vegas has always been
Boyd Gaming’s B-Connected players club is an interesting form of a national players club. You can earn and use points in 14 casinos from Las Vegas to Indiana. It’s largess is contained mostly to the casino and restaurants owned by Boyd Gaming.