My name is Mike Myers. I am the owner of Legion Marketing; my expertise is in nightlife. I believe that I know the best and brightest of everything that’s in Las Vegas.
I can help you skip the lines, skip the bad spots, basically cut the fat. Unless you’re a hot girl you probably don’t even know that drinks cost money. Vegas does have a few ways for you to drink for free both, by the book and under the radar. The legal answer is you need to be gambling and the casino or bar is happy to give you free drinks. If you gamble enough you can get as much alcohol as you want for free. Even if you win the drinks are still free as long as you’re actually, gambling.
The problem with the gambling is that you’re doing just that, gambling and chances are if you gamble, you’re going to lose. They didn’t build all these billion dollar resorts by giving away money. So, how do you get around this? The best way is the everlasting hundred dollar bill method. Step one, get a hundred dollar bill and a friend and sit down at the bar right in front of the bartender, order your drinks from the bartender, and then, order your drinks from the bartender.
Nothing outrageous one drink as piece and then wait for them to return to put the hundred dollar bill in the machine. He will see your hundred dollars in credit and assume you will be gambling. Some people will tell you you can use a twenty dollar bill, but I’ve found that the bartender will wait to see how much you gamble before comping you and your friend with a twenty dollar bill and with the hundred it’s usually no problem with the two drinks and especially, because he’s fishing for a tip. After you get your drinks get into a conversation with your friend about whatever. Wait for the bartender to walk away to serve someone else and then, simply cash out and walk away. No need to run because he doesn’t know if you’ve gambled or not so you’re not guilty of anything wrong in his eyes besides not tipping and for all he know you gambled a hundred at a time and lost it all.
Repeat the process at a different bar preferably not in the same casino, but definitely not within the site of the same bartender. It’s a little immoral, but then, so’s ten bucks for a beer. Thank you for the tip and the hit. I hope to do more of your hits tonight.