The casino operator said it disclosed the numbers as it plans to market and syndicate a new $5 billion credit line. It plans to use proceeds from the new line to refinance its debt and for capital spending.
Hotel revenue rose 7% from a year ago to $96 million, as the Venetian's average daily room rate rose 11% to $276. The company's table games win, before discounts, surged to $103 million from $81 million a year earlier, as the table games win percentage surged to 29%.
But Las Vegas Sands said its provision for bad debt surged to $16 million, including $10 million related to a single premium customer, from $4.7 million in the first quarter of 2006.