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Super Bowl weekend isn’t as busy in Vegas as you think

You’d think Super Bowl weekend, along with March Madness and a few other would be some of the biggest Vegas weekends of the year. Turns out that’s not necessarily true, especially this weekend:  As sporting events go, the Super Bowl is the biggest and is certainly worthy of its name in terms of pop cultural cachet. But in terms of driving business to Las Vegas hotels, it’s not super at all. If statistics provided by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) on hotel-room occupancy are any indication, Super Bowl weekend is far from the busiest on the Strip. In 2016 it ranked 44 out of 53 weekends, with a 93.8 percent occupancy rate. In 2016 almost every other holiday saw higher hotel occupancy rates than Super Bowl weekend, including Veterans Day, Father’s Day, Easter, St. Patrick’s Day, Memorial Day, Labor Day, Independence Day and New Year’s Eve. Even Thanksgiving beat out Super Bowl weekend last year, although there were fewer hotel guests on Mother’s Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day and Christmas.

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