Washington, D.C. 20549


                                   FORM 8-K

                                CURRENT REPORT

                    Pursuant to Section 13 OR 15(d) of the
                        Securities Exchange Act of 1934

     Date of Report (Date of earliest event reported): September 14, 2004

                             Wynn Resorts, Limited
            (Exact Name of Registrant as Specified in its Charter)

          Nevada                      000-50028                 46-0484987
(State or Other Jurisdiction of  (Commission File Number)   (I.R.S. Employer
      Incorporation)                                        Identification No.)

       3131 Las Vegas Boulevard South
             Las Vegas, Nevada                                    89109
  (Address of Principal Executive Offices)                      (Zip Code)

                                (702) 770-7555
             (Registrant's telephone number, including area code)

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Item 1.01     Entry into a Material Definitive Agreement.

On September 14, 2004, Wynn Resorts (Macau) S.A. ("Wynn Macau"), an indirect
subsidiary of the Registrant, executed a definitive credit agreement (the
"Common Terms Agreement") and related ancillary agreements with a syndicate of
lenders led by Deutsche Bank, AG, Hong Kong Branch and Societe Generale Asia
Limited, as Global Coordinating Lead Arrangers, documenting Wynn Macau's
previously announced senior bank facility of US$397 million. The senior bank
facility consists of term loan facilities in the amount of US$382 million
(which will be borrowed in a combination of Hong Kong and US dollars) and a
revolving working capital facility of HK$117 million (approximately US$15
million). Proceeds from draws on the term loan facilities will be used for the
design, development, construction and pre-opening expenses of Wynn Macau's
destination resort in Macau (the "Project"). Except for certain specified
funding obligations (described below), the financing is non-recourse to the

As described below, the term loans will not be drawn until base equity of
US$230MM and the subordinated note funding (described below) have been
provided to and expended by Wynn Macau on the Project, and the other
conditions precedent customary for limited recourse project finance
construction loans are satisfied. The principal amount of the term loans is
required to be repaid in quarterly installments, commencing on September 14,
2007, such that during the third year of the loan, 3.75% of the principal will
be due, during the fourth year of the loan, 10.00% of the principal will be
due, during the fifth year of the loan, 27.00% of the principal will be due,
during the sixth year of the loan, 29.00% of the principal will be due, and
during the seventh year of the loan, 30.25% of the principal will be due. The
term loans will mature on September 14, 2011 and bear interest at LIBOR or
HIBOR plus 3.5% per annum. The working capital facility will expire on
September 14, 2007 and borrowings under it will bear interest at HIBOR plus
2.5% per annum. Customary fees and expense were paid by Wynn Macau.

The loans are secured by a collateral package consisting of a first priority
security interest in substantially all of the assets of Wynn Macau. In
addition, certain subsidiaries of the Registrant that are direct or indirect
shareholders of Wynn Macau have executed a guarantee of the loans and pledged
their shares in Wynn Macau or upstream intermediate companies, as the case may
be, as additional security for repayment of the loans.

Prior to drawing on the term loans, the Registrant will provide US$230 million
of equity funding to be applied to Project costs (including amounts spent to
date on the Project and the US$50 million deposited with BNU and described
below). In addition, simultaneously with the loan signing, Wynn Group, Asia,
Inc. ("Wynn Asia"), an affiliate of the Registrant, entered into a Note
Purchase Agreement with Wynn Macau pursuant to which Wynn Asia will purchase
US$122 million in subordinated notes to be issued by Wynn Macau. The
subordinated notes will be secured by a third priority security interest in
the collateral package. Proceeds of the equity funding and subordinated notes
must be expended for Project costs prior to funding of the term loans. In
addition, the Registrant is providing up to US$30 million of contingent equity
that is available to pay additional costs of construction. Other than the
equity, subordinated funding, contingent equity support and clawbacks of
certain restricted payments made during the loan term, the financing is
non-recourse to the Registrant.

The Common Terms Agreement contains representations, warranties and covenants,
including financial covenants, capital spending limits and other affirmative
and negative covenants, customary for a limited recourse project financing.
The Common Terms Agreement does not prohibit Wynn Macau from entering into
subconcessions, provided that, among other conditions, the first US$20 million
of upfront premiums derived from such subconcessions prior to the completion
of the Project are pledged to secure the Registrant's equity obligations. Any
premiums in excess of this first US$20 million received prior to the
completion of the Project may, under certain circumstances, be applied as
mandatory prepayments of the term loans, be used to pay project costs or be
distributed to Wynn Macau. After completion of the Project, half of all
premiums derived from subconcessions shall be applied as mandatory prepayments
of the term loans, and all remaining amounts will be, subject to certain
conditions, distributed to Wynn Macau.

Subject to certain exceptions and in some cases to notice provisions and grace
periods, events of default under the Common Terms Agreement include, among
other things: the failure to pay any principal, interest or other amount when
due; breach of representations and warranties; noncompliance with covenants;
default under other indebtedness or certain other material agreements; events
of insolvency affecting Wynn Macau and other major Project parties; certain
forecast funding shortfalls; certain prohibited transactions under ERISA;
certain material judgments; impairment of security interests or loan
documents; change of control; certain events involving the Registrant's Chief
Executive Officer, Stephen A. Wynn (including Mr. Wynn and his related parties
owning less than 20% of the voting stock of the Registrant and certain
situations under which Mr. Wynn ceases to act as Chairman of the Board or
Chief Executive Officer of the Registrant); failure of certain indebtedness to
remain validly subordinated; failure to comply with or maintain certain
permits; failure to progress satisfactorily toward completion of the Project;
any call or drawing under the bank guarantee (described below) issued to the
Macau government for the Project; failure to maintain certain insurance
policies; certain adverse legal developments; any intervention by the Macau
government under, or termination or dissolution or actions toward termination
or dissolution under the concession agreements pursuant to which the Project
is being built and will be operated; any action by the Macau government
seeking unilateral dissolution of the concession agreement under enumerated
circumstances; termination of the concession agreement; and the occurrence and
continuation of a material adverse effect. Upon an event of default, the
lenders are entitled to exercise certain remedies, including acceleration of
the indebtedness under the senior bank facility.

Wynn Macau is required to make mandatory prepayments of indebtedness under
certain circumstances with certain proceeds from equity issuances (at the Wynn
Macau level), asset sales, eminent domain, excess cash flow, insurance and
subconcessions. Additionally, if substantially all of the Project is lost,
damaged, destroyed or declared a total loss, the indebtedness may be

On September 14, 2004, Wynn Macau also entered into a Bank Guarantee
Reimbursement Agreement with Banco National Ultramarino, S.A. ("BNU") in
connection with the guarantee in the amount of MOP700,000,000 (approximately
US$87 million) previously issued by BNU for the benefit of the Macau
government under the concession agreement. The guarantee is required under
Wynn Macau's concession agreement with the Macau government to assure Wynn
Macau's performance of its obligations thereunder, including the payment of
premiums and any fines as well as to indemnify the Macau government if Wynn
Macau fails to perform under the concession agreement. Wynn Macau is obligated
to deposit US$50 million with BNU to secure its reimbursement obligations in
the event that the guarantee is drawn upon. The deposit will be released to
Wynn Macau and applied to Project costs as equity funding. BNU is further
secured by a second ranking security interest in the senior lender collateral
package. Wynn Macau will pay an annual fee not to exceed MOP12,250,000
(approximately US$1,525,000) under the Bank Guarantee Reimbursement Agreement.
From and after repayment of all indebtedness under the senior bank facilities,
Wynn Macau is obligated to promptly, upon demand by BNU, repay the amount of
any draw on the guarantee by the Macau government.

Item 2.03     Creation of a Direct Financial Obligation.

See Item 1.01 above.


         Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934,
the Registrant has duly caused this report to be signed on its behalf by the
undersigned hereunto duly authorized.

Date:    September  14, 2004

                                               Wynn Resorts, Limited

                                               By: /s/ John Strzemp
                                                   John Strzemp
                                                   Executive Vice President and
                                                   Chief Financial Officer