Studies have stated that nightclubs, bars, as well as casual dining are the keys to draw in that under 35 crowd into the casino.
Many have stated that Millennials are very different as the Boomers or the Gen-Xers, when it comes down to how they actually choose to spend their hard earned money while they are out for a night of fun at their favorite casino.
According to a study that was released Millennials are not typically the gambling types. In fact only 21% of people under the age of 35 that were included in this study stated that the actual gambling aspect was a very important draw for them. Where 42% of the people that were of the age of 35 or older stated that the actual gambling aspect was a very important draw for them.
People who are considered to be Millennials reported that they only spend 8.5% of the budgeted money on actual gambling, compared to the 23% which were of the age of 35 or older.
Many Millennials stated that if money was not a particular issue, 50% of these people would in fact increase their spending limits in nightclubs as well as bars, this was compared to only 17% of people who are of the age of 35 or older.
This survey included over 500 participants which included both millennials as well as non-millennials that were from a total of 22 states.
Millennials are in fact the largest group of people holding at 83 million which tend to spend their money on drinks, dinner, nightclubs, as well as dancing.
Slot Machines, not really, but they would tend to be attracted to slot machines more if the game itself actually involved a skill in order to win at them.
Millennials tend to prefer games that involve skill such as table games, where a total of 57% choosing Table games and 44% choose slot machines to be their game of choice.