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Your Guide to Las Vegas Strip Clubs

Updated: Jan 12

Las Vegas – “Sin City” – is home to some of the world’s most extravagant strip clubs with the world’s hottest strippers. Whether you’re in town for a bachelor / stag party, birthday party, business trip, or just want to blow off some steam – the strip clubs in Vegas have you covered. We’ll give you the down low on some of the best Las Vegas strip clubs, how to get in, where to go, bottle service pricing, proper etiquette, and more. Continue Reading: https://www.discotech.me/las-vegas/strip-clubs/


Tips for Visiting Las Vegas Strip Clubs


Dress Codes

Some of the more upscale joints require tucked-in shirts with collars. Others allow untucked collared shirts or T-shirts. Shorts are a big no everywhere. The general rule is “look presentable.” If you can swing it, look good. You’re going to be surrounded by beautiful women after all, so rep yourself well.


Bring however much cash you’re willing to spend.

Money makes the world go round. This statement can’t be any truer than it is at a strip club. You can get drinks with your debit or credit card, but you can forget about stage or lap dances. Dancers are cash only. Yes, there are ATMs at strip clubs, but many charge a 15 percent fee or more; if you withdraw $100, you’re giving up nearly a lap dance-worth of fees. Stop by an ATM before you head to the strip club. Even if it’s at a casino, the fee is likely less than what you’ll pay at a strip club.


Do NOT ask your taxi or uber driver to take you to a strip club.

Strip Clubs in Las Vegas are notorious for gouging out of state tourists at the door, often charging exorbitant cover fees as high as $50. The money is paid as a kickback or commission to the taxi driver, limo driver, hotel doorman, or promoter that sent the business to the club. As you can imagine, asking for a recommendation does not usually lead to a honest rec – instead, they will send you to whichever club is paying the highest commission. The practice of Las Vegas cabbies muscling strip clubs and ultimately their patrons into paying high dollar kickbacks has earned them the nickname of the Las Vegas Taxi Mafia.


In general – keep your hands to yourself.

Maybe you’ve heard tales of wild and reckless abandon at Las Vegas strip clubs, or maybe you’ve seen that travesty of truth, “Showgirls.” Either way, understand this: These women are, no matter how it may seem, working. Keep your hands to yourself and you’ll avoid a kick in the groin or a bouncer’s meaty shove. Leaving the grinding to the gals will get you a better lap dance anyway.


Don’t forget to tip.

Hello

? You gotta tip. These gals work for tips and tips alone. That means this: (1) Don’t go into a strip club with barely enough dough to cover a round of brew; (2) Don’t look repeatedly at a dancer working her stuff without walking up and tipping her; and (3) Do not, under any circumstances, sit stage-side without a pocketful of dollars. How much will you need for a night? If you are an average drinker, figure at least $30 per hour for a drink or two and stage tipping; lap dances go for $20 each, so add that on if you think you’ll find the woman of your dreams. (You will, so add it now.)


Prostitution is 100 percent illegal in Clark County.

Don’t solicit, suggest dinner or ask for a date. These women are dancers, not hookers.

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