If you plan on partying in Las Vegas, you might be wondering how much it costs to get into Vegas clubs.
Well, the truth is, what you pay depends on where you go, what event you go to, and what you want to spend.
Are you on a limited budget, for instance, or are you looking for high-priced bottle service? Whatever your needs are, call us at 702-344-0100, and we can help.
As an experienced event promoter in Las Vegas that partners with the top venues, we have a wide range of offerings that you will most likely find very appealing.
To learn more about the average cost of getting into a club in Vegas, keep reading.
How Much Does It Cost To Get Into Vegas Clubs?
The cheapest way to get into Vegas clubs is by buying a ticket in advance.
Here are the prices you can expect to pay at some of the top venues:
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Another way to get into Vegas clubs is through general admission at the entrance.
Cover charges in Vegas usually start around $20 for women and $50 for men but vary per venue.
Note: If you want to get in via general admission at the entrance, we recommend showing up before 10 pm.
VIP Bottle Service
A pricier yet more advantageous way to get into Vegas clubs is through VIP bottle service.
Prices for bottle service start around $400 at the lowest and run up to $15,000. Some venues also have specialty bottle service packages that run as high as $200k.
The advantages of bottle service include (1) instant access to the venue, i.e., no waiting in long lines, (2) having your own cocktail waitress, busser, and security guard, (3) getting unlimited free mixers, (4) having storage for your belongings, and (5) not paying a cover charge.
Reserve Vegas Bottle Service With Us
If you would like to reserve bottle service through us, or if you need help reserving tickets for general admission, call us at 702-344-0100. We provide you with quick and easy access to the most highly sought-after nightclubs and dayclubs in the city.
Specific Pricing At Each Club
#1. Drai’s Beachclub & Nightclub
Although advance ticket prices typically run between $20-$50 at Drai’s Beachclub and $40-$60 at Drai’s Nightclub, general admission at Drai’s ranges between $30-$100 for men and $20-$50 for women, depending on the day and event.
Special events and holidays will cost even more, which holds true for all Vegas clubs.
General Admission At Drai’s After Hours:
If you want an intimate late-night party scene with a relaxing vibe, you can reserve a table at Drai’s After Hours from Thursday to Saturday. Drai’s After Hours starts at 2 am.
The cover charge at Drai’s After Hours is $35-$75 for men and $20-50 for women. The cool thing is, if you register in advance through their guestlist, women can enter free of charge, and men can get discounts.
Table Service At Drai’s Beachclub & Nightclub:
Bottle service at Drai’s runs anywhere from $600 to $10,000, depending on table section, date, and event.
Typically, the lowest price you will find is at the Poolside Banquette, which runs between $600-$1,000. A mid-tier section, such as the North or South Elevated VIP Booth, ranges between $1,200-$3,000. A top-tier section like the Dance Floor Table costs between $3,000-$6,000.
Finally, there is specialty seating that is even more expensive.
Other table sections at Drai’s Beachclub & Nightclub include:
- Upper North Dance Floor Table
- Upper South Dance Floor Table
- Mezzanine Booth
- The King’s Table
Drink Prices At Drai’s Beachclub & Nightclub:
Drai’s has a variety of drinks that cost anywhere from $8 all the way up to $100.
Beers cost $8-$10, energy drinks with alcohol cost $15-$20, shots range between $10-$12, and top-shelf cocktails are $12-$15. Paid mixers come in packs of six and are priced at $55. There are also soda packs that you can purchase for $18. Finally, you can get a cocktail pitcher that will cost you anywhere from $70-$100.
Tables come with free basic mixers such as soda, juices, and tonic.
Bottles of Alcohol At Drai’s Beachclub & Nightclub:
Bottles of alcohol at Drai’s have a huge price range, starting at $395 and going as high as $200k.
Rum is $495-$695. Gin is $595. Regular vodka is $595. Scotch is $595-$695, and Whiskey and Bourbon cost $550-$1,300. Tequila is anywhere from $595-$6,000. Keep in mind that Tequila, Vodka, and Scotch also come in Magnum sizes and have their own prices. Wine costs $395-$1,000.
For champagne, prices range between $495 and $275,000.
#2. OMNIA Nightclub
General admission runs between $50-75 for guys and $20-$40 for ladies.
Table Service At OMNIA Nightclub:
Bottle service at OMNIA averages around $1500 for 10 people. With that said, this venue has a large price range, which runs anywhere between $1,000-$9000.
Most likely, the lowest price that you will find at this venue is $1500 for the Terrace Cabana, although it is possible to get a Strip View Table for $1000. Just keep in mind that these tables are both located outside.
A mid-tier section, such as the Small Balcony in the Main Room, costs around $3000. A premier section like the Dance Floor costs around $8000.
Other table sections at OMNIA Nightclub include but are not limited to:
- Upper Dance Floor
- Large Balcony
- Owner’s Table
The areas within OMNIA Nightclub include:
Main Room, Balcony, Heart of Omnia, and the Terrace.
Drink Prices At OMNIA Nightclub:
Drinks at this venue start at $12 for beers, while branded drinks and shots cost between $12-$15. Bottled waters are $10, and energy drinks cost between $15-$20.
Bottles of Alcohol At OMNIA Nightclub:
Bottles of alcohol run anywhere from $550-$150,000.
Rum is the cheapest option, costing $550-$595. Tequila ranges between $550-$1,300. Whiskey and Bourbon run between $575-$4,000. Vodka runs anywhere from $550 to nearly $1,000. Bottles of wine are $550-$695.
The alcohol with the biggest price range is champagne, which costs as little as $550 and as much as $150,000.
#3. Hakkasan Nightclub
The cover charge at Hakkasan runs between $20-$50 for ladies and $30-$75 for men.
Table Service At Hakkasan Nightclub:
Bottle service at Hakkasan averages around $1500.
On the low-end, you can expect to pay at least $600 for a spot in the 3rd floor lounge area. A mid-tier table, such as one of the Mezzanine tables, will run you around $2000. A premier table like the Main Room Lower Dance Floor will cost you $6000 or more.
Other table sections at Hakkasan include:
- Upper Dance Floor Tables
- Stage Tables
- The Pavilion
Drink Prices At Hakkasan Nightclub:
Beers cost $12-$15, while shots cost around $15. Mixed drinks cost $15-$21, energy drinks cost around $13, and bottled water is $10.
Bottles of Alcohol At Hakkasan Nightclub:
Bottles of alcohol run between $595-$150,000.
Rum, like in most other clubs, is the cheapest option, running between $595-$650. Tequila ranges from $595-$2995. Whiskey and Bourbon run between $595-$650. Vodka runs anywhere from $595 to nearly $1250. Bottles of wine are $595-$795.
The alcohol with the widest price range is champagne, which goes for as little as $625 and as much as $150,000.
#4. XS Nightclub
The cover charge at XS ranges from $25-$100 for males and $20-$80 for females.
Table Service At XS Nightclub:
Bottle service at XS averages around $2000. On the low end, you might be able to grab a 4 Top Table for $1000. A mid-tier option, such as a 3rd Tier Table, will cost you $3000 or more. A high-end section like the Stage Table will easily run you $8000.
Other table sections at XS include:
- Owner’s Table
- Upper Dance Floor
- Lower Dance Floor
- Back Wall tables
- Side Stage Patio
- Pool Deck tables
- Poolside Section tables
- Lower Cabana
- Upper Cabana
Drink Prices At XS Nightclub:
Beers are $15-20, mixed drinks cost around $20, and you can expect to pay $20-$30 for shots.
Bottles of Alcohol At XS Nightclub:
Bottles of alcohol run between $550-$200,000.
Rum costs between $550-$575. Tequila ranges between $550-$6250. Whiskey and Bourbon run between $550-$595. Vodka runs anywhere from $575 to nearly $1400.
The alcohol with the widest price range is champagne, which ranges from $3550 and as much as $200,000.
#5. The LIGHT Vegas Nightclub
The cover charge hovers around $20 for females and $30 for males. With that said, cover charges can run a lot higher during special performances and holidays.
Table Service At The LIGHT Nightclub:
Bottle service averages around $1500 at this venue.
On the low end, for the 2nd Tier Table, you can expect to pay $500 or more. Mid-tier tables on the Upper Dance Floor cost upwards of $1500. High-end tables on the Dance Floor cost $2000.
Drink Prices At The LIGHT Nightclub:
Beers cost $8 (although some of them cost more), $10 or more for Shots, and $14-$17 for cocktails.
Bottles of Alcohol At The LIGHT Nightclub:
Bottles of alcohol run between $510-$16,000.
At the low end, there is vodka, which runs from $510-$670 per bottle. Tequila is $530 to nearly $1,200. Rum has a narrower price range of $530-$545, while Gin is $530 per bottle. Whiskey and Bourbon are $530-$1,400.
As is to be expected, champagne has the biggest price range, ranging between $2,910 and $189,000 per bottle.
#6. TAO Nightclub
The cover charge at TAO Nightclub runs from $20-$50 for females and $30-$80 for males.
Table Service At TAO Nightclub:
Bottle service at TAO averages around $1200.
For an entry level table within the Voyeur hallway, you can expect to pay $600. A mid-level table like one of the Skyboxes will cost you $1750 or so. A premier area like the Dance Floor tables can run you as much as $5000.
Other table sections include:
- The Moat
- Mezzanine behind the bar
Drink Prices At TAO Nightclub:
Beers start at $8, while Shots cost around $10. Mixed Drinks and Cocktails cost approximately $13.
Bottles of Alcohol At TAO Nightclub:
This venue has a wide range of prices, from $425 to $250,000 per bottle.
For liquor, you can expect to pay $425-$6,000.
Lower-priced alcohols like Gin cost $425-$450. Similarly, Rum runs between $450-$475. Scotch is $450-$550. Whiskey and Bourbon run anywhere from $450-$1,100, regular size Tequila from $495-$1,200, and vodka from $450-$550, although there is also a vodka variety that runs for over $800.
For champagne, you can expect to pay $425 all the way up to $250,000 per bottle.
Why Work With Us
We work directly with several top Vegas clubs, which provides us with key information about upcoming events, promotions, rules and restrictions, and more. We strive to keep you up-to-date!
We make sure you do not get stuck waiting in long lines so that you can spend more time doing what you love.
We offer Nightlife and Party Bus discounts.
We provide excellent customer service and respond to your inquiries promptly.
Further Reading: FAQs
How Much Are Vegas Clubs In General?
We get this question a lot.
The truth is, the amount you pay at Vegas clubs really depends on where you go, when you go, how many people are in your party, and what your male-to-female ratio is.
You’ll also need to decide how you plan on getting to the venue, whether you are going to walk from your hotel, drive yourself, or order a ride.
If you are looking to save money during your visit, some things you can do include:
- Getting on your preferred venue’s guest list (which keeps you from having to pay a cover charge)
- Having a high ratio of ladies to guys, i.e., at least one lady for every guy in the group
- Attending on regular nights rather than during special performances and holidays
- Contacting us for a ride to and from your hotel.
As it pertains to rides, we can save you money while getting you to and from your club of choice quickly. We offer fast and affordable limo and bus services for those staying at hotels on The Strip.
Checking In For A Table Reservation
Check-ins at most Vegas clubs take place before 11:00 pm. If you have booked bottle service at a venue, you will want to locate their Table Service area and present a valid form of ID.
Items You Cannot Bring
Vegas clubs have certain rules that you need to follow.
When visiting, please do not bring weapons, controlled substances, cameras, chains, liquids, prescription and over-the-counter medications, selfie sticks, and gum.
Note: Personal items may be searched by venue staff at any time. To avoid running into issues, contact us for a complete list of prohibited items for your venue, as venues update their policies from time to time.
Prohibited items at Vegas clubs include athletic gear, hats, sandals, torn or cutoff clothing, baggy clothing, and clothing with obscene or offensive print.
For more information about what you should and should not wear, contact us, and we’ll provide you with the most up-to-date information.