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Las Vegas Guest List
We work directly with each venue to provide you with FREE Las Vegas guest list for nightclubs and pool parties! Simply select your club and fill out the sign up form to get on the list. You’ll receive a few confirmation e-mails and texts reminding you when and where to be. Easy as that. We offer the best Las Vegas Nightclub guest list in the city!
Click here to view the Las Vegas Nightclub guest list rules and what’s included.
We also offer Las Vegas Dayclub Guest Lists. Click Here to check it out.
You arrive in Vegas, and you keep hearing people mention “Las Vegas guest lists” and that you can get into Las Vegas clubs for free… Now you’re thinking to yourself, what is that and how does it work?!?! You quickly grab your phone and begin to research “Las Vegas guest list” on the internet. Upon reading some articles, you see a VIP list is offered at all the nightclubs and pools, but wonder why there is no option to sign up for it on the actual clubs website…Well, we’re here to clear everything up for you.
What is Las Vegas guest list?
Guest list is a service that clubs offer, that gives you free or reduced entry to a nightclub or pool party. This is only for people that have signed up, arrive early and are in dress code. Don’t be fooled by what you hear. Las Vegas guest lists are a real thing in Las Vegas. And yes, that means you won’t need to buy a ticket (Please note, there are some restrictions that we will get into later on).
How does the free Las Vegas guest list work?
The best way to get into Vegas nightclubs for free is to get on the guest list. Being one of the top promoters in Vegas, we have made getting on the guest list easy! All you have to do is follow these steps:
- Choose your venue
- Add your name
- Choose the date you want to attend
- Enter your group size
- Enter your contact information so we can send you text and email confirmations.
You will receive a confirmation email upon signing up. Then on the day of your event we will send you another email confirmation reminding you about your event and any updates to the rules. We will also send you a text message with instructions on what to do once you get to the venue. And don’t forget, our service is completely free! We never charge for anything. If you still have questions, learn more on how guest lists work.
Who can join the guest list?
Women will get free entry. Upon signing up and receiving your confirmation, you will be told what time to arrive and if there will be open bar.
Most of the time, men will receive free entry if they are with an equal number of women or more ladies than men. On certain nights, men get in for free as well. Be sure to read your confirmation emails and any other email you receive prior to the start time of your event.
Can I get on the free guest list if I am with a group of all guys?
For groups of all men, some venues will allow a certain amount of men in for free, some venues will allow a maximum number of men in for free, and then make the remaining men pay a reduced cover charge. For venues that don’t allow groups of men, you can still get in for free, you will just need to arrive with and equal amount of ladies. Always make sure to read the rules. If you want to play it say, purchasing tickets or talking to a VIP host about bottle service will be your best option especially if you’re on a bachelor party.
What does “even ratio” mean in the guest list rules?
Even ratio means you have equal amount of men as you do ladies. For example, your group has 2 people, one man, one woman, you will receive free entry. But if you sign up for 3 guests, and arrive 2 men and 1 woman, one male will have to pay a cover charge.
When do clubs offer free guest list?
Most venues in Las Vegas offer guest lists each day they are open. Sometimes for special events and performances, holiday weekends such as Memorial Day weekend, Labor Day weekend, New Years Eve, and Forth of July, clubs will close the guest list on certain days forcing you to either purchase tickets, go as general admission and pay a cover charge or book bottle service. Find events using our calendar .
Why do clubs offer guest lists?
Las Vegas clubs are extremely large, and they know without people, they cannot throw a good party. Most nightclubs often need help from top promoters like us to help get the word out. This will also boost alcohol sales, which is really what they clubs are looking to do.
Are Las Vegas guest lists legit?
Yes! LasVegasNightclubs.com and Compguestlist.com guest lists are 100% legit. Thanks to our long-standing relationships with each Las Vegas nightclub, we are able to give locals and visitors access to Vegas nightlife they would never expect to see.
We have everything you need to hang out at the hottest clubs and venues all over town. No passes, no waiting – once you’re on the guest list, you’ll have instant access. We offer free events in Las Vegas every day. Don’t believe us? Then read our reviews!
What are the pros and cons of being on a Las Vegas guest list?
- Ladies free.
- Men are usually free or given a discounted admission fee.
- Sometimes it offers open bar or free drink tickets (usually for ladies only).
- If the club is busier than expected, the list can close prior to the cut off time and start charging men and women.
- Lines can be long, so expect to wait if you arrive late.
- Rules can change last minute, as venue management reserves all rights to make changes at any time.
Can I sign up for multiple guest lists?
Yes, you can! It’s recommended to sign up for one nightclub and one dayclub per day as trying to club hop may be hard with long lines and cut off times, but we understand that you may not be sure what you want to do, sign up for as many as you would like.
What happens if I don’t show up?
Don’t worry if you can’t make it, it’s not a big deal. We understand plans can change in Sin City and so do the clubs. Remember, this is a free service, so you are never charge for anything.
What happens after I get on the guest list?
Once you are signed up, there is nothing more you will need to do. We will immediately send you a confirmation email along with instruction. On the day of your event, we will send you a confirmation reminder via email that will include the guest list rules and any updates since the time you signed up. We will also send you a text reminder around 7:15pm. We will make sure the doorman has your name and number of guests in your party. You will just need to show up and check in.
Will I have to pay if I am on the guest list?
There are times that groups of all men will have to pay a reduced cover charge to enter. Depending on the venue and performer, expect to pay anywhere from $20-$100 (It’s usually on the lower end unless you arrive after the cut off time).
What time do I need to arrive?
You should always arrive early and on time to avoid long lines and to avoid missing the cut off times. For clubs, it’s always best to arrive at 10pm or even earlier, prior to the club opening at 10:30. For pools, you should arrive around 11am. Lines do start to form prior to the club opening, especially for wildly popular talent like Tiesto, Zedd, and Pauly D. The later you arrive, the further back in line you will be, which means a longer wait and will not guarantee entry and no free drink tickets.
How long do I have to wait in line?
Expect to wait anywhere from 10 minutes to 1 hour plus. This is all dependent on the venue, day of the week and the DJ or performer. That is why we recommend arriving at least 30 minutes plus, prior to the venue opening.
What time does check in end?
You can expect nightclubs to close their guest lists around midnight or 1am. There is always a chance management closes it early if the club hits capacity.
For pool parties, guest lists usually are open until 3pm, but on Saturdays, expect them to close earlier around noon or 1pm, as that is the busiest day for them.
If the guest list closes early, be prepared to pay to get in. This is why you need to arrive early and read the guest list rules.
Is there a separate line for guest list check in?
Yes, you will typically see 3 separate lines outside each venue. General admission line, Table reservations and guest list. Be sure to get into the right line as getting into the wrong line will cause you issues and you will need to re-wait in the correct line.
Is there available seating at Las Vegas nightclubs?
Seating is only averrable when your purchase a VIP table. Obviously, joining the guest list in Las Vegas is the best way to enter a club or pool for free. Just be prepared to find yourself hanging around the bar area, or dancing the night away on the dance floor.
Turning 21 at midnight?
If you or someone in your group turns 21 at midnight, you will not be able to access the club until 12:01am.
How do I avoid running into issues?
Even though you are on the guest list, there are a few things that may stop you from being able to enter the club.
- Arrive in dress code.
- You must be 21 years of age or older to enter any nightclub or pool party in Las Vegas.
- You must have a valid ID, such as driver’s license or passport.
- Don’t bring any weapons, drugs, liquids or prohibited items with you.
How do you get on the guest list for clubs in Vegas?
For those who don’t know someone to get them into the clubs, you’ve come to the right place. Click here to add yourself to one of our guest lists for free. All we need from you is your name, contact information, group size, the date you want to go and we’ll do the rest!
Our Las Vegas Nightclub Guest List Testimonials:
“Thank you so much for all your help. Getting in to the club was a breeze with no cover. We had a great time and I have already recommended you guys to another couple planning on going to LV. Thanks again!“– Sara, California“Great job! Everything was perfect and simplicity of reservation process is awesome.“– Denis, Illinois