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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.

Watch the video below to see in detail the 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, below there is a reliable source when it comes to booking your trip and entertainment. They are trustworthy, so check them out.

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Best of Vegas 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. They have 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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