Is it easy to sneak ages 21 under into clubs in Vegas? ?
My uncle said it’s possible to sneak people in from the back of clubs. This was around 10 years ago though. Is it that easy still?
- USAFisnumber1Lv 72 months ago
The clubs could lose their liquor license if they serve kids and the cops are all over the place.
- HerfnerdLv 72 months ago
Your uncle is clueless - it was never that easy.
Las Vegas is the premier spot in the country, if not the world at spotting fake ID's. Establishments will NOT risk losing their liquor or gambling license to something as trivial as this.
And when you get caught, they won't just confiscate the ID and send you on your way. They will prosecute
- davidLv 42 months ago
You'd be the only one there...so what's the point?
- MSLv 72 months ago
Your uncle has no clue. It is not, and never has been, easy to sneak into a Vegas club. There is no "back door" that you can easily access. There is a main door and they check IDs very carefully. They are the best at spotting fake IDs. It's not even worth trying. They have a lot to lose if caught serving to underage individuals, so they take it very seriously. FWIW, I think the nightclubs are all still closed and those that are open are operating as lounges and require table service with a reservation.
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- ANDRE LLv 72 months ago
Your uncle is an idiot.
Clubs there are very, VERY strict about age limits and ID checks, as letting in underage patrons can lose them their liquor license.
- Jerry SLv 72 months ago
it is not easy now.........................
- conley39Lv 72 months ago
No that's not particularly easy to do.
- Anonymous2 months ago
what clubs are you going to, son, since they aren't open? lmao
also. las vegas has been around for quite awhile. this isn't their first rodeo, even 10 years ago. you really think they have no idea when someone sneaks someone into a club? moron. they're not going to risk their club getting shut down. your uncle is telling a story.
- Diane ALv 72 months ago
No not at all. They rigorously screen to not means loss of liquor license