March Madness Parties in the Vegas Strip Clubs

College hoops fans will be descending on Vegas from all over the country starting about ten days from now. March Madness is upon us. Three of Las Vegas biggest strip clubs — Sapphire, Hustler and Crazy Horse 3 — have already announced special deals for game days.

Sapphire offers various package deals available here for both day and night games, and for both individuals and groups. The Game Day special, available Mar 17-20, for individuals is $55 and includes free transport to the club, free admission, a VIP table, and a two-hour open bar.

Sapphire’s nighttime March Madness package for individuals is $65 and includes free transport to the club, free admission, a VIP table, plus a $50 drink card. Make reservations online (link above) or call 702-869-0003. Topless, full bar, 21+

Crazy Horse III will also be screening the March Madness games. The club’s Black VIP Package is $59 and includes transport, admission, main room seating and a $50 drink voucher. Other packages are available here for parties of up to 20 that includes drink and bottle options. Or call (702) 673-1700 for more info. Topless, full bar, 21+

Hustler Club will be screening the March Madness games, referred to as “Hustler Honey Madness” on their website. They don’t have special package deals announced yet. The flier on their website says “Complimentary beer and a shot with your paid admission,” and, “Drink specials and game day bites provided by Terrace Mediterranean.” Call  (702) 795-3131 for more info. Topless, full bar, 21+

3 Responses to “March Madness Parties in the Vegas Strip Clubs”

  1. Chris

    As someone going to Vegas next weekend for the first time in almost 3 years which clubs are as close to the way things. I always went to sapphire before, but am willing to try a new location if it’s not like it was. As always appreciate your insight Arnold.

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    • Arnold Snyder

      Chris: The Vegas strip clubs that are most similar to the way things were prepandemic are the two nude clubs — Palomino and Little Darlings. That’s because these clubs were primarily focused on their stage shows and their stage shows have returned the same as they were before — full nudity, good athletic, acrobatic dancers, and lots of attention paid to tippers on the rail. The big topless clubs — like Sapphire, Hustler, CH3, Rhino — were more focused on their wild lap dance scenes. That scene is taking longer to reappear because of not only the dancers being more careful, but also the customers being more worried about close physical contact. But with the mask mandates now over and done with and nobody asking anybody about vax status anymore, strip club conditions have definitely been loosening up and I suspect they will slowly return to “normal.” Time will tell.

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