Top Ten Vegas Nightclub and Pool Party Frequently Asked Questions:
Feel free to ask your promoter or host any question you have at anytime, they are happy to help. But before you do, look over this nightclub guide with answers to the most frequently asked questions. For any other questions, please text or call us at 810-252-0900
- How much is cover? Cover varies for all parties. If you get on our guest list that will generally get ladies free entrance to most parties. For men, you will either pay the general admission cover or get discounted or free cover on the guest list with even ratio of ladies in your group. As a male, if you have a specific party you are interested in, use Google to search "Encore Beach Club March 6" and the general admission ticket price is likely the price you can expect to pay. For holiday weekends and the biggest artists, both male and females could end up paying cover.
- What's the dress code? In a word, upscale. Dress to impress, please. For ladies, dresses or skirts with heels are the most popular options and what most others will be wearing. You can wear flats at some clubs, but others will require heels. Men must wear dress shoes. Your "cool" sneakers will usually not fly. It is a risk to wear anything but dress shoes as the doorman can turn you away even if you think you're being stylish. Pants--jeans are OK--are required, and a collared shirt or V-neck with a sports coat is also required. Wearing jeans and a button-up plaid shirt untucked will leave you looking like every other Frat boy at the club. A suit will be a better option and increase your odds of impressing the hot girl at the bar.
- Who's the DJ at every club this weekend? We love to help you, but are not as prepared as Google is for this question. Yes, we like it when you use Google. If we can get you an answer in 15 seconds by Googling your question, that means you can too. This will get you the answer you want faster, and it will make it easier for us to do our real job: getting you into the party you want to go to. So, figure out where you want to go and let us know, then we'll get you in! Most hosts are focused on one party each night, or a small handful of parties that we represent. It's like we have a specialty, and if the party you want isn't one of "ours," then we will get you in touch with our contacts at other venues.
- How much is bottle service? Bottles start at $500 or $600 each at almost every nightclub and pool party in Las Vegas. It is required that you purchase one bottle for every three to four people in your group. So, if you have 10 people, guys or girls or a mix, that will mean you have at least a three bottle minimum required. We also call this a "spend minimum." So you would have a $1,500 spend minimum. You would agree to spend this much and this will get you entry for your entire group, a private VIP table for your group and complimentary soda and juice mixers. You will pay at the end of the night, and just like at a restaurant, tax and gratuity will be added at the end. Nevada sales tax is 8.1% and gratuity of 20% is the norm for bottle service. For premium tables, like a cabana at a pool party or a dance floor table, the spend minimum will be higher. For holiday weekends and big-name artists, it will be even higher. Expect to budget $5,000-$10,000 per party for these premium tables, and understand that anything less than this amount will not guarantee any kind of baller table. Hundreds of tables are booked at clubs every night in Vegas for $1,000-$4,000, so you're really just like all the other table reservations. With that said, we treat all of our clients with equal respect and high-quality professional service.
- What time should we be there? All nightclubs open at 10:00 or 10:30 p.m., and all pool parties open at 10:30 or 11:00 a.m. We highly suggest arrival at these times to guarantee your guest list entry or table reservation. Required arrival times will be sent via text message for all parties you are in contact with us about. Generally, tickets and table reservations will only be guaranteed for the first hour or two after opening time. Guest list entrance may be good as late as 1:00 a.m., but it depends on the night and it is never advised to arrive at the last minute. Earlier is always best, and being at the door at the time of opening just like you would show up on time for a restaurant or show reservation is going to result in the best possible experience for you and your group.
- Do we get free drinks? Rarely. Men, never receive free drinks. If you are a lady on the guest list you will receive one or two drink tickets at some parties, but they are usually only passed out with earlier arrival and generally expire at a certain time too. Free open bars are a thing of the past. They are generally not found anywhere anymore, and if they are advertised you can expect a lower quality party and low quality booze too. The busiest parties and the biggest artists usually mean no free drinks.
- Is there re-entry? At most nightclubs you will receive a stamp that allows for re-entry, but it is never guaranteed. It is best to ask the security at the entrance or exit about this. It will depend on the capacity of the club and how busy it is. Most pool parties do not allow re-entry except for days that are not very busy.
- Do we tip you? We do not allow tips. We are a 100% free service. We are paid by the venues that we represent to bring you to the party! This is the best part. Do not tip anyone, especially if they say they "work off tips" or it is "required to tip." People on the Strip sidewalks offering club passes or guest list in exchange for tips are scammers. They do not officially represent the nightclubs and do not care about you. If they actually work for a club, they will be paid by the club. Instead, text us for free entry on guest list for any club in Vegas: 810-252-0900
- I lost my ID, can you get me in? No, sorry. All nightclubs are required to enforce a strict identification checking process. The gaming commission that controls the licensing for hotel casinos is very strict about this and nightclubs have been shut down permanently for allowing underage entrance. You must have a government issued picture-ID. Expired licenses are no good. Paper copies are no good. Copies from the DMV are still no good. Get your new ID before you come to Vegas. Always bring a backup like a passport too, just in case. People always lose their IDs here. Coming from outside the United States? You must bring your passport. International ID's are generally not accepted, so bring your passport to the club.
- Can I add more people to my group? Yes, always. The clubs we work with allow for additional people to be added to your group. You can change the number of people in your group as much as you need to, no worries. For bottle service, more people will possibly result in a higher spend minimum, but just let your host know.