The Benefits of Coming Early to the Vegas Strip Clubs
I am usually one of the customers you will find at 10 or 11 pm–or even earlier–in my favorite Vegas strip clubs, large or small. Here’s why.
Showing up before the big crowds arrive puts you in an excellent position for getting the best selection of available lap dancers in the major Vegas strip clubs.
Showing up before the big crowds arrive puts you in an excellent position for getting the best selection of available lap dancers in the major Vegas strip clubs. What good is it to spot that dancer across the room who is exactly your type, if there’s virtually no chance she’ll make it to your side of the packed club before she’s snapped up by someone else?
And dancers who come to work earlier at the clubs usually pay a lower stage fee to the club. That means they don’t have to sell so hard just to get in the black for the evening, and that tends to make the hustle factor a lot lower earlier in the evening.
Earlier in the evening, the dancers are relaxed. Their feet aren’t hurting yet from those awful shoes. They haven’t been turned down a dozen times for lap dances yet, or had rude customers insult their looks. They’re fresh and charming and natural.
They can take the time to have a drink with you and chitchat (always tip for their time regardless!), without feeling that they are wasting time they should be spending in the VIP with someone else.
Dancers who start early tend to stay on into the peak hours, and dancers who start late tend to stay on until the early morning hours. Both sets of dancers are peak-hour worthy.
The lower-stage-fee enticement also tends to eliminate the first-string/second-string effect in Vegas. Dancers who start early tend to stay on into the peak hours, and dancers who start late tend to stay on until the early morning hours. Both sets of dancers are peak-hour worthy. They just have different starting-time and stage-fee preferences.
And even if you see fewer dancers in the room than at peak hours when you arrive, you can be sure you will see a lot more dancers in the room and on stage before you leave.
Also, stage performances tend to get better if there are customers showing appreciation, whether the crowd is huge yet or not. To me a stage performance is as erotic as a lap dance, and so I’m prepared to pay as much for a stage performance as I would for a lap dance. So even though I often go to the Vegas strip clubs early, I tend to see great stage performances because I tip the stage dancers a lot.
In addition, you will often find exceptional drink and private dance deals in the afternoon and early evening, plus other amenities like free or discounted food (see the club reviews for details).
So there’s no reason not to come to a Vegas strip club early if that’s what you prefer. Just understand that the party will just be getting underway, and don’t read anything into it.