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Las Vegas: Party bus, with stripper pole, lets revelers club hop safely

For $49.99, the Vegas party bus gives revelers safe passage to the next stop and lets them imbibe too.

The club scene -- complete with bouncing music and bountiful booze -- is spilling out of Sin City’s resorts and onto Las Vegas Boulevard with the arrival of a new party bus.

MaxVegas allows revelers to enjoy themselves while leaving the driving to a sober professional.

The concept is simple. At 9 p.m. each Thursday through Sunday, partiers gather to begin a club crawl that doesn’t end until 3 the following morning. Throughout the evening, liquor and entertainment -- there’s even a stripper pole -- are offered aboard the bus as it travels between various nightspots.

The fun begins with stops at PBR Rock Bar & Grill and Rockhouse. After that, the itinerary varies each evening. Other destinations can include such popular nightclubs as the Bank at Bellagio, Chateau at Paris and TAO at Venetian.

At each stop, VIP line passes are provided. However, once inside, guests must buy their own drinks.

Tickets cost $49.99 per person, include unlimited alcohol aboard the bus.


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