Hard Rock to Liquidate Mirage Contents After Property Closure

Casino collectors and poker enthusiasts will soon have a chance to acquire memorabilia from the Mirage. The property is set for liquidation following its closure on July 17. The Seminole Tribe of Florida, owners of Hard Rock International, purchased the Mirage for $1 billion in December 2022. Initially, they planned to keep it open while transitioning it into a Hard Rock property. However, those plans changed, and the Mirage will now be closed through 2027.

Hard Rock has enlisted Proximity Capital to handle the liquidation. “The liquidators are selling marketing room packages wholesale, with packages ranging from $1,000 to $2,500,” reports FOX-5 Las Vegas. These packages include beds, chairs, tables, lighting, curtains, and TVs. Special financing is available for buyers purchasing multiple packages, especially those who own hotels or Airbnbs.

Historical Significance and Future Prospects

The sale, starting on August 1, will feature furniture as the first items up for bidding. This process mirrors the recent liquidation of the Tropicana, which was demolished to make way for the Oakland Athletics’ new stadium. The Tropicana sale allowed gambling fans to purchase casino items, and the Mirage might follow suit with a public sale of select items.

The Mirage holds a nostalgic value for many Las Vegas poker players, having been a poker hotspot in the 1990s. It even got a mention in the film “Rounders.” Unfortunately, its poker room, closed during the pandemic in 2020, never reopened.

The closure and liquidation of the Mirage have stirred emotions among the Las Vegas poker community. The property’s transformation marks the end of an era but also the beginning of a new chapter for Hard Rock International.

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The liquidators are offering special financing for those looking to purchase multiple room packages,” a representative from Proximity Capital confirmed. This move aims to attract hotel and Airbnb owners looking to enhance their properties with pieces from the iconic Mirage.

As the Mirage’s contents go up for sale, it offers a unique opportunity for collectors and fans to own a piece of Las Vegas history. The public sale, if it happens, will likely draw significant interest from the gambling community and beyond.

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