Are the casinos open in Detroit 2021?
Casinos in Detroit, Michigan, plan to reopen next week after being closed for over a month due to the coronavirus pandemic. MGM Grand Detroit and MotorCity Casino Hotel will reopen on 23 December, while Greektown Casino could also welcome back customers in the coming days.
How are Detroit casinos doing since reopening?
Detroit casinos see 21% revenue drop in first full month since reopening. … The casinos paid about $7.3 million in September in taxes to the state, down from $9.1 million in September 2019, and about $10.7 million in September wagering taxes, sports betting taxes and development agreement payments to the city of Detroit.
Is MGM casino in Detroit open right now?
Now Open. MGM Grand Detroit is excited to be open with enhanced protocols for guest and employee health and safety through our Seven-Point Safety Plan. Per local regulatory requirements, smoking is now prohibited on the casino floor and face masks are required to be worn by all employees and guests.
When did Detroit casinos reopen?
MotorCity Casino Hotel announced that it is pleased to be able to reopen and safely welcome back its staff and guests on Wednesday, December 23, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. By then, its returning employees will all have been COVID-19 tested. MGM Grand Detroit also said it is reopening at 5 p.m. on Wednesday.
Is Motor City Casino Open in Detroit?
Based on Governor Whitmer’s Executive Order 2020-110, MotorCity Casino will remain closed to the general public for the time being.
Do you have to wear a mask at Michigan casinos?
On the day when all outdoor pandemic restrictions have been lifted in Michigan, Detroit casinos are also ditching a mask mandate. Greektown Casino, MotorCity Casino and MGM Grand Detroit announced all fully vaccinated people can enter without a mask as of Tuesday. No proof of the shots is required.
When did casinos open in Michigan?
A new epidemic order from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services issued Friday allows the MotorCity Casino Hotel, Greektown Casino-Hotel and MGM Grand Detroit to resume gambling operations at 12:01 a.m. Monday after being shuttered by the state since Nov. 18 in a bid to control spread of the coronavirus.
How much does the city of Detroit make from the casinos?
For 2020 overall, total adjusted revenue from the Detroit casinos was down more than 57% from 2019, to about $620.4 million, according to MGCB. In 2019, revenues totaled nearly $1.5 billion. Wagering taxes paid to the city were down nearly 60%, from more than $184 million in 2019 to just over $73.8 million in 2020.
Is MGM Detroit safe?
Yes, absolutely! The hotel is in a very safe area. I am a resident of Detroit. I have also visited the MGM Grand.
Does MGM Grand Detroit serve free drinks?
No. None of the Detroit casinos offer free alcohol.