Booking a table reservation is the best way to enjoy a club. But lately, with rates increasing, more and more guests are finding the cost out of budget.
It doesn’t have to be this way, though, as finding deals is still possible! You just have to know where to look.
As a VIP host, I’ve booked club reservations for six years. And today, I’m sharing my nine favorite ways to get cheap bottle service. So if you want to save money, keep reading!
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1. Table Share Experience
Sharing a table with other guests has always been a great way to get a discount on bottle service. But finding another group to split the cost can be challenging. Thankfully, Tao Group has solved this problem by creating a table share experience!
So now you can get low rates on table service at Tao, Marquee, and Hakkasan nightclubs almost every night they’re open. And new this year, you can also book a table share experience at Liquid Pool & Lounge.
As of March 2023, prices start at $50 for females and $100 for males, plus applicable taxes and fees. Giving a bottle service tip to the cocktail server at a shared table is also customary. So you’ll want to factor this into the cost as well.
The Tao Group’s table-split provides similar benefits to booking your own table, including:
- Free entry into the club
- Open seating in a shared area
- Bottles replenished throughout the day or night
2. Book At A Value Club
You’ll find the highest bottle service prices at clubs with the most in-demand DJs. But, if you pick a venue with a lesser-known DJ, you’ll get lower pricing.
Below is a list of Vegas nightclubs and pool parties that offer excellent value.
Most Affordable Nightclubs
- Chateau Nightclub: $150+
- On The Record: $500+
- Foundation Room: $500+
- Tao Nightclub: $600+
- Marquee Nightclub: $600+
- EBC at Night: $750+
Most Affordable Pool Parties
- Daylight Beach Club: $250+
- Elia Beach Club: $500+
- Liquid Pool: $500+
- TAO Beach: $500+
- Wet Republic: $500+
3. Find Vegas Bottle Service Deals
Three clubs in town are known for their bottle service deals. These include On The Record, Chateau Nightclub, and EBC at Night.
On The Record
You can often find buy one get one deals at On The Record (OTR). And their bottle menu prices are typically much lower than the other clubs.
For instance, where XS may charge $800 for a particular brand, OTR may offer the same bottle for only $500. So you’ll get more for your money at On The Record.
Chateau Nightclub offers some of the lowest bottle service prices in town. With two-person table options starting at $150 (plus tax and gratuity), it’s about the same price as a table split experience.
Here are some Chateau pricing examples based on March rates:
- 4 people: $300+
- 5 people: $375+
- 6 people: $450+
EBC at Night
Occasionally, EBC at Night offers two bottles for a reduced price. Their most popular offering is the $777 deal that gets you two bottles and bottled water.
But like all bottle promos, though, the alcohol type and brand are determined by the club. And these deals aren’t offered on all nights, so it’s best to check with a host regarding availability.
4. Add People To The Guest List
You may already know that tables are priced based on the size of your group (among other factors). So if you have a lot of people, a club may have only one or two table options available.
But you may not know you could book a smaller table, even if you’re over the maximum number of guests. For instance, if you have ten people but want an eight-person table because it’s cheaper.
You’ll need to add some of your group to the guest list to do this. Your friends would enter through the guest list line and then, once inside, meet the rest of the party at the table.
This method doesn’t come without some risks, though. For instance, I don’t recommend adding guests to the list on high-demand days at top clubs.
And that’s because if the guest list line is long, your friends may have to wait hours. Also, management may decide to close the list and charge a cover instead.
Second, although you’ll save money booking a small table, you likely won’t have enough space for everyone to sit.
And then, if your group is too big, you’ll infringe on other nearby tables, which could draw management’s attention. If this happens, the club may increase the minimum spend for the table, or they could ask guests to leave.
5. Contact A VIP Host
After the pandemic, table reservations changed, with prices becoming more standardized.
Many clubs that previously offered discounted rates through VIP hosts stopped entirely. Instead, bookings at these venues are now almost always done online. So no matter who you book with, everyone has the same pricing.
But, a few clubs still offer cheaper minimums than what’s advertised online. So, to check on discount availability, you’ll need to speak with a club VIP host or independent company. They’ll put in a request to see if the rate can be reduced.
Just remember that if you do get a lower bottle service price, table locations are based on the minimum spend. So if someone else books online and pays more for the same table type, their placement in the club will be better.
6. Reserve Table Service Early (Or Late)
Booking early typically gets you the lowest price in the spring and summer. I recommend reserving your table at least a month in advance.
It’s also a good idea to pay a deposit or pre-pay for the table to lock your minimum spend. That way, you won’t have to worry about future price hikes.
But once the fall and winter are here, demand slows. So during these times, bottle service rates may get cheaper the closer it gets to an event date.
If you’re not in a hurry to book, you could take a wait-and-see approach and watch a club’s online prices for changes. Minimum spends are often updated weekly based on demand. So, if a club isn’t selling tables as fast as they need to, they may reduce rates.
7. Book Small Tables Next To Each Other
If you have a larger party, one of my favorite ways to get cheaper bottle service is to book two small tables side by side. This often is less expensive than getting one big table that will fit your entire group.
Take, for example, the following bottle service pricing at XS on a Saturday in March. A party of 12 could book a dance floor table or two back wall tables next to each other.
- Dance Floor: $8,000 (12ppl)
- Back Wall: $2,500 (6ppl)
If they chose two back wall tables, that would save $3,000 on the minimum spend alone. And then they’d also get additional savings on the venue fee, sales tax, and gratuity.
And sure, it’s not as good of a location as a dance floor table, but this article is about saving you money. And it’s still an excellent spot in the main room!
8. Ask About Second Seating
Only a few people know about this method, but it’s one of the best ways to get reduced rates on bottle service. And it’s ideal for those who like to be fashionably late and show up after the party has already started.
Some Las Vegas nightclubs and dayclubs offer something called second seating. Second seating is when clubs offer cheap bottle service prices after they’ve been open for a few hours.
For example, let’s say you want an upper dance floor table at Hakkasan Nightclub. If you show up at 10:30 pm and ask for this table, it might cost $3,500 to $4,000. But, if you wait until 1:00 am, you may get it for much less.
Second seating is not available on all nights. It all depends on how many tables a club has sold and how long guests stay.
Unfortunately, you can’t book a second seating table in advance either. So instead, you’ll want to visit your club of choice around 1:00 am.
When you get to the venue, you can ask a host if anything is available for second seating. If there is table availability, the amount of the discount will be determined by the club.
Another option is to keep in contact with a VIP host via text to check availability throughout the night.
9. Bottle Service Discounts For Ladies
Many venues offer discounts for bachelorette parties. So if you’re coming to town to celebrate, you can get low Las Vegas bottle service prices.
Tao, Marquee, Jewel, and Hakkasan nightclubs offer Bachelorette Party Packages. And then, for the pool clubs, you’ll want to check out Tao Beach, Marquee Dayclub, and Wet Republic.
With a bachelorette package, you’ll get your own table. But you won’t be able to pick the table type or location.
This means you won’t know where you’ll be seated until you check in for your table. But generally speaking, the more expensive the package is, the better the location.
For groups of ladies that aren’t celebrating a bachelorette party, you may be able to get a comp table. These are often available on nights when demand is lower.
But with a comp, your table isn’t guaranteed and may get bumped to a paying party anytime.
Conclusion: What’s The Cheapest Bottle Service?
The cheapest bottle service in Vegas is to buy a table-split experience at a Tao Group property. Prices are reasonable, and with bottles replenished throughout the day and night, there isn’t a better deal in town. It’s also an excellent way to meet other guests because you’ll be in a shared space together.