Pool Party and Nightclub Passes on the street
Started by BillDonovan on Monday, 10th September 2012 1:18 pm
On a recent trip to Vegas, there are people on the sidewalks and bridges yelling out that they have "Pool Party and Night Club passes". (In the past they would yell out that they had strip club passes, but I guess the pool parties and night clubs are now the hot tickets.) In any event, these people claim that these passes will let you by-pass all the lines and be able to go straight into the facility. Hmmm... we are supposed to believe that these publicly traded casinos with their very expensive nightclubs and party pool setups employ people on the street to give out passes into their establishments? Who's actually buying that?
And in one case it was hysterical, as here we are walking across the bridge from the PH over to the Cosmo, and this girl up ahead of us is yelling out "Get you passes to the Nightclubs and Pool Parties right here! C'Mon people get your passes!" So we stopped to look at her target audience. And we see a couple with a stroller, another couple with a double stroller, with walking kids, two old ladies, and another couple who looked pretty old as well.
Last response by WRXDreamer 12th September 6:10pm
Chuckmonster responded on Monday, 10th September 2012
club slappers. their cards are worthless.
NeverJustJ responded on Monday, 10th September 2012
Some of my favorite Yelp reveiws are from rubes who picked up those "passes" on the strip and then wonder why they're not immediately whisked into the club and given the finest tables!
anawas responded on Tuesday, 11th September 2012
I need to get into the slapper PRODUCTION business. I'd bet someone is making a LOT of money printing thousands of these cards every day.
And I'm not going to let a little anti-litter ordinance scare me. (link)
Minton responded on Wednesday, 12th September 2012
Most of them are just trying to sell you laminated business cards that may be Front of Line passes, but still aren't going to get you anything. The people who are handing out wristbands usually work for they club and are trying to get you into the business as they get paid per person that enters. The ones with cards/info for more than one club are nothing more than Scam artists, they're selling you a glossy card that may or may not get you access to a club for a "tip"...good rule of thumb is if they want a "tip for their time" they're scamming you.