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Tell me about VIP bottle service?

Discussion in 'MyVegas' started by DonnyC, Feb 5, 2013.

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  1. DonnyC

    DonnyC VIP Whale

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    has anyone redeemed a VIP Bottle service?

    Are there any additional costs?

    Do I have to wait in line?

    What do I get?

    Ect.
     
  2. StormHawk

    StormHawk High-Roller

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    You'll get a table for 4-6, likely 1 bottle of goose or Skyy and all of the mixers, waitress, etc for the night. No lines, it's right in and to the table.
     
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    mike_m235 Tourist

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    For reference, the expected tip is close to $100. You could get away with $60 at a lower end club.
     
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    StormHawk High-Roller

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    Is it Gold or Haze? Huge difference in level of club between the 2.
     
  5. DonnyC

    DonnyC VIP Whale

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    What if it is just my brother and I? We have never been to a Vegas night club, and I would never drop the $$$ for bottle service otherwise.

    We are 32 & 28 and would probably enjoy it, but too much money otherwise.
     
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    mike_m235 Tourist

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    Grab 2 to 4 girls out of line and ask them if they want a free table :beer:
     
  7. StormHawk

    StormHawk High-Roller

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    No problem. It could be just 1 of you if you wanted.
     
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    StormHawk High-Roller

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    This too.:wink2:
     
  9. DonnyC

    DonnyC VIP Whale

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    Fortunately (I say it that way because we have great wives) we are both married.

    And if I just approached a bunch of dudes...well that would give the wrong message.
     
  10. KingBBInLV

    KingBBInLV High-Roller

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    At a lot of clubs you dont necessarily have the table all night. Some places once the bottle runs out and you dont purchase another one then its time to get up. That's why the cocktail waitresses that serve tables are constantly refilling drinks and clearing half filled drinks away and pouring new ones. Its all about selling bottles.

    If you redeem a MYVegas table/bottle offer I would be willing to bet that if its able to be used on a popular club night the pressure to purchase more bottles will be strong.
    No waitress is gonna want her table locked up for the whole night with 2 guys nursing 1 free bottle all night and tipping her $20.
     
  11. DonnyC

    DonnyC VIP Whale

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    What about on a $100 tip?

    If I'm spending that many points I don't want to be pressured or rushed.
     
  12. KingBBInLV

    KingBBInLV High-Roller

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    A $100 tip is not that much to bottle servers/waitresses. At a lot of clubs the service charge/tip is added to the bill at a rate or 18%-20%. It's pretty common for people to run up $3,000 or more bills while getting bottle service.
     
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