Sahara Hotel & Casino sets June 16 for 'everything must go' sale

Jun 6, 2011 6:14 AM

For the admission price of $10, Las Vegas residents, and everyone else for that matter, can get a piece of the community’s history by showing up at a liquidation sale of all items inside the Sahara Hotel/Casino on the Las Vegas Strip.

The sale begins June 16.

The 59-year-old property was closed by owner SBE Entertainment last month because it was losing money. Other than turning the property over to Ohio-based National Content Liquidators, SBE Entertainment did not reveal its plans for the property’s future.

A spokesman for the liquidating company said, "You’ve got people from all over wanting to take home a piece of history."

So everything must go.

Being offered are internal signs, chandeliers, bedroom furnishings and various fixtures.

A website has been set up displaying pictures of some of the sale items. The sale is expected to last at least four days.