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If you are here, then you may want to know how much bottle service will cost you during your night out. Since prices vary wildly, we have laid out some basic information to give you an idea of what to expect. If you are reading this but want to know more about bottle service in general, check out our Vegas Good Life blog, which has a ton of great information!

The Low End For Bottle Service

So, how much does bottle service cost? To answer this, let us start with the low end of the spectrum.

On the extreme low end, prices can be as low as $300 per table. This is the cheapest you will typically see unless you are getting the service entirely for free (possibly the result of a promotion).

Note: Keep in mind that this price does not include tips, fees, and other expenses.

The Middle Ground For Bottle Service

On average, for a table with six people, we estimate that the average cost is around $925 in Las Vegas, not including extra expenses.

The High End For Bottle Service

Extremely high-end bottle service can cost $10,000 or more.

In some places, there are special packages that you can add to your bottle service, such as shooting off fireworks or getting a private jet! These can cost you well over $100,000.

Yes, you heard that right. A whopping 100k plus!

On the high end, the sky’s the limit for what you can pay for bottle service…if you can afford it.

The Way Pricing Is Broken Down

If you have never looked into bottle service prices before, then your head might be spinning. Some of them seem pretty high, but actually, how much you pay for bottle service makes a lot of sense when you break it down.

Explaining Bottle Service Prices

Let us use an example that might help you sort the price.

Imagine you have a table with ten people, and you pay $1,000 for bottle service (keep in mind, this does not include tips and other fees). What this means is that you are paying $100 per person to get the table.

Not bad, right?

Keep in mind, when you have your own private section, you get a personal cocktail waitress, busser, and often a bouncer. Plus, you also do not have to wait in long lines. These benefits are often well worth the extra table expense.

General Admission vs. Bottle Service

Considering the advantages of bottle service, what you pay is not exorbitantly more than what you would pay when going to a bar through general admission.

If the average drink costs $10 and each person in your party has five drinks, that is already $50 per person, not including the cover charge (your admission fee), tips, and so on.

Prices at Drai’s Beachclub & Nightclub

Our prices range anywhere from $600 to $10,000, depending on where you are sitting, the date of your event, and what event you are going to.

For more information, you can call us at 702-344-0100, or you can use our contact form.

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