Top Dos & Don’ts at Las Vegas Strip Clubs

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1. Never take a taxi to a strip club

free limo to strip club

You’ll have to pay a big cover, often higher than if you drove yourself. Book online through Lavish Vegas, and you’ll not only get a free limo to and from the club, you won’t have to pay a cover charge. (We guarantee it.) Simply complete the quick online form here. Cover will be waved and transportation will be free. Strip clubs typically require each person to spend at least $40 on two drinks, but at least you don’t have to worry about needlessly spending cash on the taxi and cover.

2. Get Paid to Party!

$100 VIP bill

Earn cash when you and your friends reserve a free limo with no cover. Book your group’s strip club reservation through Lavish Vegas and get paid $15 per gentleman.

Qualifying is simple:

  • Book through one of our online forms on the strip club page here.
    Enter promo code LAVISHVEGAS15 in the message of our form.
  • Each gentleman will need to take the transportation we arrange and buy two drinks for $40 – $44 inside the strip club.

Cash is paid electronically by PayPal or Amazon credit within six days of group’s attendance.

3. Don’t pay for “VIP entry” into a strip clubVIP entry at a strip club

Lines at strip clubs move much faster than Vegas nightclubs. Strip clubs don’t get crazy packed like a dance floor at midnight. Most Vegas strip clubs are open 24 hours. Arrival times vary. It’s rare to see a line longer than five minutes.

4. Understand VIP rates

Vegas strip club VIP dances

If a dancer offers to take you from the main floor of the strip club for a lap dance, it may be in the VIP area. No matter where she accompanies you, the duration of a dance is one song. Three dances in the VIP area are normally $100 instead of the usual $20-30 for one dance. Most dancers will let you know this, but if you have “Las Vegas newbie” written all over your face, some may try to take advantage of you. In most cases, there is little difference between VIP or regular dances. However, the most attractive dancers may say, “I only do three dances for $100.” On busy nights, this may be the case, but on other nights, they can usually be talked into doing a single dance.

5. If you are hungry, eat at the strip club

steak dinner

If you are hungry, chow down. The drinking and sights may make the food taste better. It could also be that Vegas strip clubs simply serve up great eats at low prices. Try the steak at Treasures or the sushi at Crazy Horse. Both are delicious. Some clubs also offer buffets, especially during slow hours.

6. Don’t be intimidated by the girlsdancer at strip club

Every club has a different mood and feel. Some clubs have very laid back dancers while others have girls who are quite aggressive. This is your night. Enjoy the attention. Don’t feel obligated to take a dance from any girl you don’t want to spend time with.

7.Don’t get stuck with outrageous ATM fees

It’s no secret. Cash is king at strip clubs. But if you run out of singles, fives and/or whatever you feel like tipping, your only option is the ATM. Unfortunately, Vegas strip clubs are notorious for having ridiculous service fees on their ATMs — sometimes as high as $50 per withdrawal! Others might charge a percentage of the cash amount. Plan ahead and discretely bring plenty of money with you. Use your credit card to pay for bottle service and save the cash for tipping the talent.


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