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713 Las Vegas Blvd S. Las Vegas, NV 89101

The intersection of Las Vegas Blvd. and Gass Ave.

This depends on your definition of this term.

You can pawn stuff at the shop 24 hours a day, however the showroom is only open from 9AM to 9PM. This confused several people on the message boards.

Let me stress this thoroughly - DON'T EXPECT MUCH.

First and foremost, you generally have to wait in a very long line just to get into the store. It has become a popular tourist attraction overnight. You may be standing out in the heat for over an hour in a line that rivals those of amusement park rides. No joke.

Once you're in the shop, it is crowded as hell. Don't expect to take more than a few steps without bumping into people. You're packed in there like sardines.

And this is the kicker - the guys from the show are NEVER IN THE STORE. In fact, the only guy you will probably recognize is the security guard. If you're going here expecting to meet the Pawn Stars themselves, don't get too eager. You don't have a very good chance of it.

Also keep in mind that photos are prohibited in certain parts of the store for security reasons.

One last tidbit - if they are filming a segment, you will likely be required to leave the store during said segment. Rarely, a few people may be kept in the background as "extras", but this does not always happen.

Long story short - if you want to visit the shop, more power to you. But don't expect too much.

How do I get on the show?

If you have an item that might interest the Pawn Shop, send an e-mail with a description and photos to pawnstarstvshow@leftfieldpictures.com. Be sure to include photos, a description, your asking price for the item, and the dates you will be in the Las Vegas Valley.

This is a number that seems to be growing with each passing day.

The first spin-off was American Restoration, revolving around Rick Dale of Rick's Restorations and his family/crew. It premiered in Fall of 2010 with a very limited number of episodes, but became a full-blown, "normal" series in Spring of 2011.

A separate "Cajun Pawn Stars" series premiered in early 2012, though apart from the title and the basic concept of the show, it is unrelated to the Vegas series. Rick Harrison has stated in interviews he was very angry with the History Channel for doing this, claiming no spin-offs would be made was what the channel had told him.

A third spin-off featuring car restoration expert Danny "The Count" Koker called Counting Cars recently premiered. In addition to Count's Kustoms, Danny also owns the Count's Tattoo Company tattoo parlor in the Rio hotel/casino, and the Count's Vamp'd rock and roll bar/club.

There were rumors of a separate Pawn Stars show being started revolving around the night shift, but these were merely rumors and nothing more.

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