After spending countless hours comparing bottle service prices in Las Vegas, I was able to find the best bottle service deals. To write this post, I compiled over 300 bottle service quotes from VIP hosts, that work at these nightclubs. I then used those quotes to create pricing guides for 20 of the most popular dayclubs and nightclubs in Las Vegas.
Las Vegas bottle service tables generally cost $350-$1,500 for a group of 6-8 people, $1,500-$3,000 for a group of 9-12 people and $3,000-$8,000 for a group of 13-15 people. These totals don’t include the required 8% sales tax and 18-20% gratuity. Individual bottles cost $350-$600 each.
Prices often change based on a variety of factors including: demand, the DJ that’s performing, your group size, table location and the time of year that you’re in Vegas. But this article should give you a general idea of approximately what bottle service is going to cost you.
First, a quick note. These lists are separated by group size. The three group sizes are 6-8 guests, 9-12 guests and 13-15+ guests. Your group size is one of the most important factors in determining the final table price.
Bottle Service Prices in Las Vegas
This first chart compares bottle service prices at all Vegas clubs on the Las Vegas Strip for groups of 6-8 people. This also includes any group with less than 6 people, since the smallest tables at most clubs seat 6 guests. There are a few exceptions where you can get a table for 2-4 people that I’ll mention later.
|EBC at Night||6-8||$1,200|
|On The Record||6-8||$800|
|Encore Beach Club||6-8||$1,500|
|Lavo Party Brunch||6-8||$750|
Bottle Service For Medium Sized Groups
This second table is for groups that have between 9-12 guests. These are the mid-tier tables and often represent the the best bargains within the club. You will often find these tables are located very close to the action.
|EBC at Night||9-12||$2,000|
|On The Record||9-12||$1,500|
|Encore Beach Club||9-12||$4,000|
|Lavo Party Brunch||9-12||$2,500|
Bottle Service For Large Groups
The final set of tables are the largest available. These tables can seat between 13-20+ guests depending on the club, and often have the best view of the DJ.
|EBC at Night||13-15+||$4,000|
|On The Record||13-15+||$2,500|
|Encore Beach Club||13-15+||$8,000|
|Lavo Party Brunch||13-15+||$4,000|
It’s important to note that tables can vary in price based on their location within the club. For example, dance floor tables at Omnia cost around $8,000 and seat 15 people, while the skyboxes only cost $6,000 and seat up to 20. The prices in these charts are averages for each group size. There are plenty of great tables that cost less than these averages. You also have the choice to pay up for a better table location.
With that being said, I often get asked the question “What are the best bottle service deals?” Or “Where can I find the cheapest bottle service?” So I’ll cover a couple of the lowest priced options in the next section.
Cheapest Bottle Service Deals In Las Vegas
The lowest priced bottle service is usually available for the smallest groups. But there are some clubs that offer discounts to larger groups too. These are the clubs that have the lowest priced bottle service:
|On The Record||6||$600|
|Lavo Party Brunch||6||$500|
Apex Social Club has the cheapest bottle service by far. Apex is more like a rooftop bar than a typical nightclub but it has one of the best views in Las Vegas. This club has 3 bottle service specials, including a buy one get one free special for $350. This will get 8 people a table and 2 bottles of alcohol.
Chateau also has a couple bottle service specials. The best one includes 3 bottles for up to 10 guests. All 4 of the bottle service deals offered here costs less than $1,000.
Both Light and Daylight offer bottle service starting around $500 on most nights. On Wednesdays, Light sometimes has tables available for as low as $300. You can also upgrade to a table for up to 8 guests for $750. Daylight has some of the cheapest cabanas among Vegas pool parties. You can often secure a 15 person cabana for about $1,500. That’s only $100 a person!
Lavo Party Brunch is the only dayclub open in the winter in Las Vegas. It has bottle service starting at $500 which includes brunch. This is by far my favorite bottle service deal.
There is no denying that these bottle service tables are super cheap compared to other VIP tables. But, the final costs is often a bit higher than the quoted price. I’ll explain how Vegas bottle service pricing works in the section below.
How Bottle Service Pricing Works In Vegas
There is often some confusion around how Las Vegas bottle service pricing actually works. Does the quoted price include the alcohol and the table? Can I split the bill? What counts towards my minimum spend? These are all common questions that I’ll answer below:
What are table minimums? And do I pay for the table separately?
I’ll start off by saying that the table prices listed here and the quotes you get anywhere else are “table minimums.” This means that you agree to spend at least the quoted price while at the club. Items that go toward that minimum spend number include:
- Bottles of alcohol
- Individual drinks ordered on the tab
- Bottled water and energy drinks
- Bottle presentations
You’re allowed to purchase anything you want at the club as long as you meet the minimum spend number before you leave. If not, you will be charged the balance. When you agree to the minimum spend you get the actual table for free. So you don’t purchase that separately.
How much do individual bottles costs?
The individual bottles that count toward that spend cost between $350- $600 on average. Bottle prices are different at every club as each club has their own bottle menu.
Is my table guaranteed?
A lot of people want to know if they can loose their table if they are running late. The answer is yes and no. There are three ways that clubs allow you to reserve a table in Vegas: deposit, full prepay and demand based pricing.
Demand based clubs will accept your bottle service reservation and give you a quote, but won’t take your money. They wait to see how many reservations they get before determining the final price. So when you show up, you may pay more or you may pay less than the original quoted price. But if you show up late, the club won’t hesitate to sell your table even though you “reserved” it because everything is based off of demand. So, yes in this scenario you can lose you table and will have to purchase one in a different location.
Most clubs ask you to put down a deposit, which is about 20% of the table minimum. When you do this, you guarantee that you get a table at the club. But again, if you show up extremely late the club will sell your table and move you to a less desirable location. You’ll still pay the agreed upon amount, you just won’t get your preferred table.
The only way to fully guarantee a table is to do a full prepay. Most clubs don’t offer this anymore but it would fully guarantee your table.
Does the quoted price include a tip?
The table minimum that you’re agreeing to does not include taxes or a gratuity. However, both taxes (8%) and gratuity (18-20%) will automatically be added your final bill when you go to sign the check, so don’t worry about tipping the waitress cash.
Taxes and gratuities aren’t counted towards your table minimum. For this reason you should expect your final bill to be about 30% more than your minimum spend. So, if your table minimum is $1,000, expect to spend at least $1,300.
When and how do I pay the bill?
You can close out your bill at any time. So, you can either order everything right away and close it out within an hour, or wait until the end of the night. It’s up to you. You’re able to split the bill between 3 credit cards at most clubs. You can also pay cash. If you put down a deposit earlier, that amount will be taken off of the final bill.
How do I reserve table service?
To reserve Las Vegas bottle service at any club, you’ll need to talk to a VIP host. VIP hosts are employed by the club and handle all table service reservations and inquiries. If you’re interest in bottle service you can contact us here and we’ll put you in touch with a host that works at the club of your choice.
Should I get nightclub bottle service or beach club bottle service?
Nightclub bottle service and beach club bottle service are both a ton of fun. If you want to stretch your budget as far as possible, I recommend nightclub bottle service on weekdays, and pool party bottle service on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
What benefits do I get with bottle service? Some of the perks awarded to nightclub guests with bottle service include: expedited entry, waived cover charge, a private area within the club, a cocktail waitress, a busser, and security. VIP tables also give you a place to sit and avoid the crowds at the bar. Tables with high enough minimum spends also get access to the girl guy, who goes around the club finding party companions for you. You can learn more about benefits of Vegas bottle service here.
Do I have to purchase bottle service to get into Vegas nightclubs? All Vegas nightclubs sell general admission tickets and also offer free entry on their guest list. Women on the guest list get free entry at every club while men require an even ratio of women to get in free at most clubs. Some clubs do offer men free entry without ratio. You can sign up for both nightclub and dayclub guest lists for free online.