Las Vegas Promoter Passes


Las Vegas Promoters Scam: How It Works

(with video below) If you've been to Las Vegas, you know what this is about. If you've never been and you're about to go, know that you will be approached by several guys offering VIP passes to get into night clubs for free and skip the line.

The self-called promoters will provide you VIP passes to any club, concert, or show, but will beg you for a tip as “that is how they make money.” In reality, they get a kickback from these passes. Not too mention that VIP lines don't necessarily guarantee faster admission.

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VIP Club Ticket scam exposed:

VIP Club Tickets Scam Video


Las Vegas Promoters Scam: How To Avoid

Do not pay for these passes, as you may even get them from cab drivers or from your hotel. If you happen to look for promoters, look for those wearing an ID badge as some scammers are known to sell fake VIP passes. Try to use only legitimate sellers.

If you are going to Las Vegas, here is a reliable source when it comes to booking your trip and entertainment: Best of Vegas. They are trustworthy, so check them out. Thery reaches over 20 million visitors via the Internet and offers great rates for the best shows, tours, hotels, and nightclubs in the City of Sin. Best of Vegas has great relationships with brands like The Cosmopolitan, Planet Hollywood, MGM Properties, Venetian, Hard Rock, Palazzo, Cirque du Soleil, Jersey Boys, Blue Man Group, Tao – just to name a few. You can check their website HERE.

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7 thoughts on “Las Vegas Promoter Passes”

  1. Oh man, there are so many scams when it comes to Las Vegas attractions and even Las Vegas vacation packages. Beware of the street encounters!

  2. What a bunch of lies… oh, the Bank does suck. The rip off is not the passes, which the club prints and distributes, but the VIP HOSTS. They rip you off. I go to Vegas all the time. I use the passes every time I go to a club and it is always the same shit. The hosts try to force us to pay $100 a head to get in F%$%& them. I go early and when I get to the cashier, I give her the passes and they always work. The worst hosts are at XS, The Bank and Tao. I would never give these guys a dime. I like the new clubs Marquee and Light. I agree some of these club hustlers look pretty shady, so find someone dressed nice and when you hook them up, they hook you up. I usually tip $20 a head for the weekend and get 3 clubs, after hours, bars and a pool party or two. The passes are all printed by the clubs so while the hosts may try to scam you, the cashiers will always take them as they say… reduced means half off, free means free.

  3. I agree with the message about The Bank at Bellagio. Spent $600 one night, all we got was retarded bouncer behavior.

  4. If you are in Vegas DO NOT go to the Bank nightclub at Bellagio. Biggest rip off and horrible service. We were about to order bottle service, got closer to an empty table, and all of a sudden a bouncer came and told us with the biggest attitude: "I am gonna ask you to move". He didn’t ask if we need a table, he just tried to make himself look like a man. We weren’t drunk and we didn’t create problems prior to that, so the approach was totally uncalled for.

    As we thought this was just a bad case, we went on the dance floor and we set ourselves closer to the edge. Then another bouncer came and put his back on mine as in I was getting too close to some other bottle service table and try to steal something. We moved to a different place on a dance floor, but he came after us and did the same thing.

    I don’t have a problem with that dick move IF you tell me: "please don’t get too close, our guests need some room". I will respect that. But just respect us too, your clients who pay your overpriced drinks. It doesn’t cost you much, just a little bit of education.

    Not to mention that we were assaulted by tons of prostitutes in the bar. And I really mean TONS.

    You see this kind of stuff in many bars, but at The Bank Bellagio they actually take the crown as the worst I’ve seen. We left that night to a few other clubs and I am glad we did. There are over 1,000 bars in Las Vegas. Feel free to avoid The Bank – you’ll be thankful.

    Oh, and all this started from a "promoter" on the Strip who gave us the free tickets to The Bank Bellagio – with the only condition to buy a $20 drink. Live and learn.

    I am glad to report this to Scam Detector as we felt we were insulted in so many ways, directly and indirectly. If the Bank’s management has any questions, they can contact me at: [email protected]

  5. this is true. first night on the strip and my friends and I gave 20 bucks each to "tony" for VIP open bar passes to XS. when we got to the line the bouncers informed us we had gotten scammed and the passes were no good. never buy ANYTHING off the street in LV..

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