FAQs

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How Does The Guest List Work?

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Simply choose the nightclub, dayclub, or event you want to attend and fill out the simple form. Make sure to include the correct date and number of people in your group. From there we handle the rest. You will receive an email confirmation with all the guest list instructions and a text reminder the day of. Once on our list the ladies will typically get free entry and free drinks, men may have free entry or reduced cover charge, and everyone skips the general admission line. Guest list entry is always determined by the venue and is not guaranteed. Most venues suggest a 1:1 ratio but for special events and performances may limit the guest list or not have a guest list at all.

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What Time Should I Arrive At The Nightclub?

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While Las Vegas is a 24-Hour town with clubs that run into the early hours of the morning, we recommend arriving at the venue at 10:30 PM to check in to the No Cover Nightclubs guest list. As the night goes on many clubs will close their guest list so arrive early.

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Do I Have To Have More Girls Than Guys?

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It's true that the venues are always looking for groups of highly attractive women to throw amazing parties. No club wants a sausage fest, but that doesn't mean the men are left out of the party. Each nightclub handles the guest list differently depending on the night and the event. To be on the safe side we always recommend having at least a one-to-one ratio between men and women to get the entire group in for free. This means at least one lady for each gentlemen. Sometimes the guest list only lets ladies in for free, other times they are fine with the guys or may give men reduced cover.

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Will Guest Lists Work On Holidays?

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While all guest lists are at the mercy of the venue, most locations close guest lists on major holidays or for special events or performances due to the increased demand. Las Vegas’ busiest holidays are: New Years, Super Bowl, March Madness, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, and Halloween. The guest list may also be reduced on certain fight weekends as well.

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What Happens When I Fill Out The Guest List Form?

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We immediately put your information into our calendar and submit to the venue. You will receive a confirmation email outlining all of the instructions, and a text reminder the day of. If there’s an issue with your request for the No Cover Nightclubs guest list, we’ll contact you as soon as we can and help you resolve it. It’s such a smooth process, you’ll be on the dance floor before you know it. Reminder: The guest list submissions close around 9pm, so make sure to sign up before then.

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What Is The Dress Code?

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Dress codes may vary from venue to venue. Some require more upscale attire, and others allow more leniency with fashion. No matter the specific dress code, you cannot go wrong following these basic rules:

Gentlemen: Collared shirts, slacks or nice jeans, dress shoes. Sorry no sneakers, athletic attire, or hats. See our more detailed dress code guide.
Ladies: You can get away with much more than the male counterparts, but a nice dress with some decent heels will always work. Avoid flip-flops or destroyed clothing.

For the pools the men must wear swim attire, so avoid cargo shorts or your clothes from last night. Most pools search guests upon entry and don't allow liquids of any kind.

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Do I Have To Be 21?

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While almost anything can happen in Vegas, every venue abides by the law requiring all guests to be 21 years of age.

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What If I have Problems At The Venue?

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We guarantee that you won’t. If you're still not convinced, check out our Testimonials page and hear from some of our past satisfied customers.

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Are There Any Charges?

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Using No Cover Nightclubs is absolutely free, and that's how it's going to stay. Once on our guest lists ladies typically receive free cover and are often treated to free drinks. Gentlemen may be free or offered reduced cover charge (they pay the clubs, not us).

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Do We Have To Be Attractive?

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Okay, let’s dispense with a myth here that keeps a lot of otherwise fun-loving people out of nightclubs: You don’t have to be a supermodel to enjoy Vegas nightlife. That said, you DO have to be dressed fashionably. After all, our featured clubs are sophisticated, upscale establishments, and there’s a certain look and vibe they want to maintain.

So, while you can’t control whether you have strong cheek bones or the legs of a showgirl, you can control what you wear and your appearance, and that can go a long way to making you look good. Thus, dress for the occasion. You’ll be amazed how looking good can make you feel good, too. And when you feel good, you have fun.