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What Vegas Would Be Like If Money Weren't An Issue

One day this will just be another Tuesday. Until that Tuesday comes, DoubleDown Casino lets you unleash your inner high roller on Vegas games and slots.

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Okay, wow. First, let's rent out a hotel suite that's also a basketball court, because why not.

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The Palms Casino's Hardwood Suite is a half-basketball court, with beds on the court, locker rooms, and cheerleaders. Yes, cheerleaders.

Actual cost for everyone else: $25,000/night.

Then head on over to learn a few golf tricks from, oh I don't know, Tiger Woods' swing instructor?

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With an exclusive package, you can get three days of swing lessons with Butch Harmon, swing coach to golf royalty.

Actual cost for everyone else: $5,900 for golf and hotel package.

So, should we hire a paparazzo to follow us around so we look as important as we feel? Yes.


If you wanna feel insanely important for the day, let Red Carpet VIP hire paparazzi to create a frenzy around you all day.

Actual cost for everyone else: $5,000.

Ah, that felt great. But you know what would feel even better? Driving a race car all afternoon.


Go ahead and live on the dangerous side at Dream Racing, where you can drive a Ferari GT around for 40 laps.

Actual cost for everyone else: $3,950.

While you're at it, why don't you just get married in the most extravagant way possible?


Book the Elegant Affair Ceremony at the Wynn and you'll get: a private chauffeur, an amazing suite, high-end pampering, two hours in the private bridal salon, and a photographer. Sorry, it's just for you two; your guests will have to pay their own way.

Actual cost for everyone else: $23,090.

After that, celebrate with your friends and a 100-pound bottle of champagne to split.


Invite all your friends and rent out the main table at XS night club in the Encore Casino. There, you'll get a 3-foot, 100-pound bottle of champagne to share with your social circle... and everyone else in the club.

Actual cost for everyone else: $250,000.

Nothing screams Vegas like a sensible ticket to a show... VIP style, of course.

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Cirque du Soleli shows allow people to purchase VIP tickets, which give you backstage tours, the experience of seeing the cast in action, and center stage seating for the show's performance.

Actual cost for everybody else: $260/ticket.

After a long, hard day of play, top it off by having full control of the FREAKING Bellagio fountains!


Picture it: You're sitting on a patio with a bottle of champagne and a red button. Once you hit that button, you have full control over one of Vegas' most famous attractions.

Actual cost for everyone else: $250,000.