Mint Data [mint.com] tracks and aggregates the spending habits of about 4 million anonymous Mint.com users to provide a visual insight into where people are spending, how much they are spending, and where the economy is going.
Users can explore the data through choosing a business name or location, and investigate its monthly average expenditure. This way, one can discover that, in Las Vegas, people the spend the most on food and dining in The Venetian, and the least in Hot Dog on a Stick. In Las Vegas, Apple receives the most costly average expenditures, even more than Fry's and Best Buy, which are also equally or less popular. In terms of casinos, Caesars Palace seems to perform the best, Circus Circus bungles at the end of the average expenditure and popularity ranking.
See also Bundle.