Hey, I'm going to a bachelor party this week in Vegas and we have a one bedroom suite booked at MGM Signature. I'm not the organizer but no one really seemed to be planning anything so I volunteered to check a few things out. There are 5 total in the party.
Thought it might be cool to host a private party as opposed to a strip club. I'm not a fan of strip clubs and thought this might be better anyway. (What is the going rate for lap dances at strip clubs in Vegas anyway?) Private party would be cool, get drinks at leisure, have home game, no big bouncers hanging around etc
So I went on eros.com and found some girl who was willing to bring a friend for one hour for $600 total + tipping.
1) What exactly is the nature of this tipping? Is this like the constant tipping like at a strip club or does she mean a larger tip if you want to drag one into the bathroom and get a BJ or something?
2) Few guys were complaining that it was too much. Price seemed kind of standard to me and that should definitely rethink their expectations about how far a $$ goes in Vegas. But what are opinions here?
3) Any overall thoughts/suggestions on what we should look into?
Thanks in advance for any help as well as any clever flames!
One hour goes by very fast. This will end up being far more than $600.
Not that I doubt you, but can you explain why?
This is an independent escort that usually has FFS for $400 an hour. She is bringing a friend so she says she will charge $600 for both if we are nice and have some tips. So what is nature of tips?
I would think she would rather do some bachelor stuff than being f@#$d by a stranger. And she knows that if she does end up being f@$#d by a stranger she will make at least double overall that she usually makes. (But doubtful for this party imo)
Yet everyone says its a pipe dream? Explanation pls...
I think the problem is that what she does at the party is so vaguely defined. Yes she has sex for less, but working girls in general will try to push any edge they can to get more money, so you could end up having to pay extra for every piece of underwear that comes off lol.
I guess you should try to be as clear as possible upfront and work out every potential details and cost, and even then its nothing guaranteed i guess (no first hand knowledge of the thing, but ive been invited to a few and sometimes the girls are great and sometimes its a pain in the ass)
If I were put in charge of the entertainment and wasn't sure if any of the guys were interested in pay for sex services I"d try to find a couple of girls to provide a girl on girl show.
An in Vegas Bach party with said entertainment has been the most memorable for the group I hang with. The girls brought a tool box with their favorite toys and put on quite a show (including a 69). The night ended with lap dances, fondling and whip cream races for tips.
"""Hey, I'm going to a bachelor party this week in Vegas and we have a one bedroom suite booked at MGM Signature. I'm not the organizer but no one really seemed to be planning anything so I volunteered to check a few things out. There are 5 total in the party."""
Dude - depending on the other guests you're on dangerous ground. Are you the best man? If not then get with the best man and collaborate on a plan.
Know how much everyone is comfortable spending.
The case for a strip club:
Strippers show up uglier than expected / beg for tips the whole time / play 'games' that involve you throwing lots of money at them and awkwardly stare at you when you stop throwing money
At a strip club if someone in the party is cheap then all they have to do is pay the door. Those who want to spend money can spend it.
Private parties can be really awesome if you're willing to spend a LOT of money - doesn't sound like this is the case.
My suggestion - chill at the room with beers and bachelor stories, go out for dinner/drinks, limo to Spearmint Rhino (call - they'll pick you up for free) stay just long enough for the bachelor to have an awesome time and then go somewhere after hours where you can drink for less than $10 a drink.
Bottom line - you need a plan and a leader. If the best man doesn't step up then make him step up and be his right hand man or it might be a real awkward week.
I take all this too seriously.
Sorry for calling you 'dude'.
this question came up at a friends bachelor party a few months ago.
Bottom line. The show is only worth it if a lot of guys are into it and willing to drop a lot of money.
Otherwise: Got to a stripclub, mandate that everyone give your buddy $20 for dances and he will have a very good time and no one will feel like they paid a ton of $$$ for something they didn't want to do.