Two versions of their prop packets were released. The first, out the weekend of
Jan 24, had numerous blank spaces and OTB props. The newer, complete version is
what is below and includes new props not available on the original sheet.
Most props are available for betting and for line checks at either of two
betting terminals at the right end of the counter. You must purchase a voucher
at a betting window to use these kiosks.
The Wynn has been openly adversarial over the years to Super Bowl prop players.
They do not like the once a year bettors who show up to bet these. Having a
reputation among some local serious bettors as a hostile book to bet at, the
Wynn does nothing during Super Bowl week to alter those players opinions.
It never occurs to them that if they were a little more civil to the locals
that maybe they’d become regulars. It’s unfortunate because it’s a nice book and
more locals would be in there on a regular basis if they were not so unpleasant
to deal with. The Wynn takes up to $2000 on some props but $1000 on certain ones.