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Light Nightclub

Discussion in 'Vegas Nightlife' started by AlexS, Dec 12, 2016.

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  1. AlexS

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    I tried doing a search but it didn't come up with much. I just wanted to see if anyone on the forum has been to Light Nightclub recently. I'm thinking about going this Wednesday and don't know if it will be worth it to do bottle service. With it being the "slow" season for clubs and a Wednesday night I don't want to drop the money for bottle service and then have the club not even be packed. Any comments on Light Nightclub in general would be appreciated too.

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  2. paperposter

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    i personaly hate the place. its thursday so not much too choose from but i think 1 oak and maybe something at the wynn

    only reason to do b service if its so packed ,big headliner. dont do it for a wensday night at light unless they give u a very good deal. also when u going its off season right now rember that ur dollar can go along way
     
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    I went to Light on a Wednesday night back in April. The place wasn't very crowded, made it easy to get drinks though (a pain at Hakkasan and Omnia sometimes). DJ was alright. I dropped in because I was staying at Delano and there wasn't a whole lot going on throughout MB. I don't think I would head back again though.
     
  4. AlexS

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    This is exactly what I was looking for. Promoter was offering bogo on bottle service. My group is two women and two men so getting more bottles isn't really necessary. You think they would just go one bottle half price?
     
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    probaly not also rember, the 30 percent add on and the 100$ plus hand shakes
     
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    Seems like ill just get on the guest list and try to get in quick
     
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    Well the promoter and I worked out a deal on one bottle. This will be my first time doing bottle service. He said he will be my contact at the door. What is a good tip for him?
     
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    its all about location. if u get the right location ,its a 100$ handshake and the security guard watching the table and who brings u too the bathroom gets 100$. honestyly the 1 botlle will be done in 2 minutes as the waitress will keep pouring till its tapped.
     
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    $100 tip for security is very high IMO. Many will tip $20 or maybe more if they go out of their way
     
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    knowbody has tip 20$ since 1980 i guess u dont go out alot a drink cost 20$ or more

    security makes sure ur bottle and table is protected ( ie drinkrats)when ur not there also walks u and girls too the front of the bathroom lines.
     
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    Well we ended up not doing bottle service. I had signed up for the guest list before talking with the promoter. We got to the club around 12:30 and there wasn't much of a line, but they were letting people in with t shirts, tennis shoes, hats. They were very lax on the dress code (slow night). We ended up getting in free off of being on the guest list and each got two free drinks. Club was not busy at all. Only about half of the bottle service tables were being used. Needless to say I'm glad I didn't waste my money on bottle service.
     
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    smart move. vegas is dead right now and light suxs
     
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    Had one of my full bottles stolen at light before... Little did I know they write the table # on the bottom of it with a sharpie. Security Found my bottle, the group tried to fight us and got kicked out promptly. Pays to tip security!
     
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    Light was bad ass when they first opened. It was Cirque meets Hakassan. Now it's just plain lame.
     
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