In Las Vegas, champagne showers range from moderately pricey to jaw-droppingly expensive. Those unfamiliar with the party scene in Vegas will likely be amazed by some of the price tags.
Keep reading to learn about the most over-the-top champagne showers that Vegas has to offer. But first, let’s quickly define what a champagne shower is and how much it costs.
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What Is A Champagne Shower?
A champagne shower is a celebratory act in which one or more people vigorously shake champagne bottles and then pop the corks.
Typically, they spray the champagne into the air, often over a crowd, onto the people around them, or even onto themselves. This is common in nightclubs, dayclubs, and stripclubs.
Champagne showers are associated with significant achievements, milestones, and special occasions.
See an example of a champagne shower
What Is The Cost Of A Champagne Shower? Expensive!
In Vegas, the cost of champagne showers ranges from:
$2,000 all the way up to $250,000.
How high you go on the scale depends on what type of champagne you get, how many bottles, and/or what other perks you want to come with it.
Some bottle service presentations come with much more than just champagne and are WAY MORE expensive.
This includes the 737 by Drai’s Nightclub, which costs $737,000.
Crazy Expensive Champagne Showers in Las Vegas
See champagne shower and bottle pricing info below.*
Wet Republic Champagne
Some of the champagne sprays at Wet Republic run as high as $150,000!
Getting to this amount isn’t hard since the pool party venue offers champagne (at the high end) that costs $15,000 per bottle.
Expensive champagne bottles at Wet Republic
Ace of Spades Rose 3L – $15,000
Ace of Spades 3L – $11,000
Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque Rosé – $8,000
Bottle presentations at Wet Republic
If a guest makes a large bottle order ($2,000+ for one order), then they get a presentation. And with even higher purchase amounts, you can get a special presentation, such as Wet Republic’s pirate ship.
The pool party venue also offers bottle presentations with confetti for bachelorettes.
Contact us for more information about expected pricing.
Encore Beach Club Champagne
Partygoers can spend thousands of dollars on champagne showers at Encore Beach Club. Those who can afford to splurge may find the price worth it. Encore Beach Club has some insanely cool bottle service presentations, such as the Ferris wheel.
For the Ferris wheel presentation, which costs $25,000, you get four cocktail waitresses who spray you and your party as they rotate on a 10-foot tall wheel.
Encore Beach Club Ferris wheel
See pics of the EBC Ferris wheel from Eater Vegas.
Sons of Beach Club at Encore Beach Club
The Sons of Beach Club is a motorcycle-themed bottle service presentation with waitresses who ride to your table on a Harley.
The package costs $25,000 and comes with 20 bottles of house champagne and 15 liters of Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label.
Expensive champagne bottles at Encore Beach Club
Ace of Spades, Rosé 3L – $25,000
Dom Pérignon, Rosé 3L – $15,000
Dom Pérignon, Brut 3L – $7,500
Drai’s Nightclub Champagne
Champagne showers at Drai’s cost megabucks. Definitely $5,000+, but there is virtually no upper limit to what you can spend.
The venue offers a handful of different packages with their own bottle service presentations.
Fire In The Sky
Rocket Man = $20,000….Comes with a 30-second firework display and 20 Dom Pérignon Brut Luminous.
Starburst = $40,000….Comes with a 40-second firework display and 40 Dom Pérignon Brut Luminous.
Supernova = $60,000….Comes with a 60-second firework display and 60 Dom Pérignon Brut Luminous.
Champagne Campaign = $80,000….Comes with a 90-second firework display and 80 Dom Pérignon Brut Luminous.
The Big Bang = $100,000….Comes with a 120-second firework display and 100 Dom Pérignon Brut Luminous.
Drai’s Airways packages have some mind-blowing prices.
Blast Off = $250,000.
150-second firework display
1 private jet charter for 9 people, round trip
75 Dom Pérignon Brut Luminous
75 Armand de Brignac Ace of Spades Brut
Highway to the Danger Zone = $500,000.
180-second firework display
1 private jet charter for 16 people, round trip
100 Armand de Brignac Ace of Spades Brut
100 Dom Pérignon Brut Luminous
1 Armand de Brignac Ace of Spades Rosé Nebuchadnezzar
The 737 = $737,000.
210-second firework display
1 private jet charter for 51 people, round trip
100 Dom Pérignon Brut Luminous
1 Armand de Brignac Ace of Spades Midas
1 Armand de Brignac Ace of Spades Rosé Nebuchadnezzar
Each luxury package comes with its own light show presentation and different varieties of alcohol, including champagne.
The RMC – $5,000
The 818 – $7,500
The BAller – $10,000
Luminous of The Gods – $15,000
Expensive champagne bottles at Drai’s Nightclub
Dom Pérignon Rosé White Gold 6L – $150,000
Ace of Spades Rosé 15L – $120,000
Hyde Bellagio Champagne
At the luxurious Hyde Bellagio in Las Vegas, bottle service and presentation take center stage in providing an unparalleled nightlife experience.
When it comes to presentation, Hyde Bellagio goes above and beyond to elevate the delivery of bottles and turn it into an art form.
Bellagio Fountains Package at Hyde
One of the most shockingly expensive bottle service presentations in Vegas is offered by Hyde Nightclub.
It’s their Bellagio Fountains Package, which costs $250,000.
The package features a gold Ace of Spades Champagne bottle (30L), private seating, and access to “the” red button.
When you press the button, thousands of lights and more than 1,000 fountains activate at the Bellagio Fountains.
Additional Hyde Bellagio Presentations
The music for all bottle presentations at Hyde Bellagio is hand selected based on your unique needs. The staff also makes an event out of each presentation.
The “I’m on a Boat” package, for instance, features a cocktail waitress who is carried in a boat as she delivers your order.
Hyde also has an Indiana Jones-style bottle presentation, which features a Willys M38 Jeep replica.
When ordering high-end champagne at Hyde Bellagio, it’s easy to drop a pretty penny, thanks to the steep bottle prices.
Expensive champagne bottles at Hyde Bellagio
Ace of Spades 30L – $250,000
Ace of Spades Rosé 15L – $125,000
Dom Pérignon Rosé 6L – $100,000
Louis Roederer Cristal 6L – $60,000
Krug D’Ambonnay 98 – $16,000
XS Nightclub Champagne
XS Nightclub has some great bottle presentations and bottle parades. They make ordering easy with a bottle presentation menu that you can get by request. Just ask your cocktail waitress for the menu.
Ono at the Wynn’s XS Nightclub
Some of the club’s offerings are quite pricey, such as the Ono, which costs $10,000.
It features Rémy Martin Louis XVIII Black Pearl cognac and Charles Heidsieck 1981 Champagne Charlie.
What makes Ono special isn’t the drinks that come with it, although they are excellent. It’s the entire presentation. Every time someone orders The Ono, a large number of employees gather and present the order with sparklers and a lot of fanfare.
When you get The Ono, you become the center of attention in the club for a while since the presentation is can’t-miss and everyone knows it’s you.
High Roller at XS Nightclub
The High Roller is another less pricey package at XS Nightclub, which costs $4,000.
It comes with 10 bottles of Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut 750 ml.
Expensive champagne bottles at XS Nightclub
Ace of Spades Brut 30L – $200,000
Dom Pérignon Rosé Gold Edition 6L – $150,000
Louis Roederer Cristal 6L – $40,000
Daylight Beach Club Champagne
Champagne showers at Daylight generally cost between $2,000 and $10,000, while individual bottles of champagne cover a huge range.
At the high end, champagne at Daylight costs an eye-popping amount.
Expensive champagne bottles at Daylight Beach Club
Ace of Spades Rosé 15L – $110,000
Perrier-Jouët Rosé 6L – $25,000
Dom Pérignon Rosé 3L – $17,000
Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label 12L – $12,000
Louis Roederer Cristal 3L – $11,000
How To Do A Champagne Shower?
Here are the steps to create a champagne shower:
1. Choose your champagne – Select a bottle of champagne that fits your budget and preference.
2. Gather your friends – Don’t let your friends miss the big moment!
3. Shake the bottle – Hold the champagne bottle firmly with one hand on the base and the other on the neck. Ensure that the metal cage (muselet) has been removed from the cork. Vigorously shake the bottle for several seconds to build up pressure inside.
4. Pop the cork – With the bottle firmly in your grasp, place your thumb on the bottom of the cork and slowly twist the bottle while applying upward pressure on the cork. The cork should release with a satisfying pop, and the champagne will begin to spray.
5. Direct the spray – Hold the bottle at an angle and direct the spray over the crowd or into the air. You can control the flow by placing your thumb or finger over the opening, creating a more even and controlled spray.