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MGM Pool & Wet Republic

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by jas92129, Jan 29, 2014.

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  1. jas92129

    jas92129 Tourist

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    Does anyone know if you can pay to enter the regular MGM pool as a non-guest?

    Also, anyone have an idea of how much it is to get into Wet Republic on average?

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    Yes. When we went last July it was $20 for non guests but was waived for us since we did a cabana on the Monday we went.

    Wet Republic's price is all dependent on who is dj'ing or what they are doing that day.

    You can sign up for their guestlist or do pre sale tickets on their website or wait on line for General Admission day of. Last year on Fridays during the summer they had the Hot 100 and if you signed up on their guestlist free entry as long as you got there by 1PM. Laidback Luke for the Saturday we were there was $30 or $40 per guy pre sale, may have been more if you walked up that day but we were comped so I wish I could be more specific on pricing.

    Hope this helps.
     
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    jas92129 Tourist

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    Thanks kps. That helps quite a bit.

    My wife and I are going to be staying in a poolside bungalow at the Tropicana, which has a great pool. But I've always wanted to get a few drinks and hit the lazy river, or go to Wet Republic. $20 for the pool, or $40 ish for the club don't sound too bad to me. For $20 though, I'll probably go with the standard pool unless there is a good dj worth ponying-up the money.
     
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