4 Tips for a Better Las Vegas Night Club Experience

Some nightclubs offer open bars or free drink vouchers

Some nightclubs offer open bars and offer free drink vouchers to patrons on less crowded nights. Most of these offers are for women, but other clubs also give out drink vouchers to men. For example, customers of Light Nightclub on Wednesdays receive free drink vouchers for both men and women.

However, these benefits are only granted to guests who enter the club on the guest list. If they buy tickets, they don’t get a drink ticket.

Tao and Marquee are two of the few clubs that have bars for women. Tao offers this service on Thursdays and Marquee offers it on Mondays. However, guests should arrive at the club early, as the open bar lasts an hour or so. Another club that offers an open bar is Lavo Party Brunch.


Tips You Won’t Get Them Into The Fastest Club

I’d Better Save Your Money. It’s not about tipping, it’s about debunking an old Las Vegas legend. According to an old Yelp forum, someone said they gave the doorman a $20 bill to skip the line. While it might have worked in the 80s, things are different today.

No porter decides to let guests in. Each disco has 3 separate lines. One for bottle service, one for the guest list and one for general admission. The bottle service line is for customers staying when they reserve a table. If someone is on the guest list (admission is free), a mark is placed on the third line. People queuing for general admission will purchase tickets.

people cannot enter with a tip. They only have to pay a ticket to enter. Here’s another helpful tip.

General Admission is the best way to get into the club quickly

Contrary to popular belief, general admission is usually the shortest of the three lines to get into a club. In fact, most guests at Las Vegas nightclubs are on the guest list. There are not many people buying tickets these days, so the line is very short.

Guests receive express entry when bottle service is served, but must wait to be escorted by an available host. Those queuing for general admission can enter within 10-15 minutes, as long as there are no crowds. Sometimes it only takes 5 minutes.

In other words, guest lists are still recommended for regular visits. The latter saves a few minutes, but will likely cost them $20-$60 in the process. Better be patient before you get on the guest list and get in for free.

Other restaurants Allow customers to enter for free

There are restaurants connected to nightclubs. Tao and Hakkasan nightclubs have restaurants with the same name. However, both serve Asian food and it seems strange that on some nights they give customers free entry to the nightclub next door.

The food in these places is good. So if customers want to eat before going to the club, they can consider Tao or Hakkasan. They can ask the attendant if they offer free entry that night. Plus, they don’t have to stand in line.