Exotic-dancing moves spice up a variety of mundane activities, including firefighter-certification exams and job interviews held on particularly uncomfortable chairs. Add some pizzazz to your life with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $22 for a Stripper 101 pole-dancing-class package for one (a $46.98 value)
- $63 for a Stripper 101 pole-dancing-class package for three (a $140.94 value)
- $69 for a Stripper 101 pole-dancing class for one and V Card: The Vegas Nightclub Pass for one (a $146.97 value)
- $199 for a Stripper 101 pole-dancing class for three and V Card: The Vegas Nightclub Pass for three (a $440.91 value)
Daily scheduled Stripper 101 classes teach flirty fitness moves on 14 poles and 28 chairs, ensuring each participant gets a chance to climb and twirl during sensual routines. After the class, graduates can flash their newly acquired souvenir Las Vegas stripper licenses for huge birthday-suit dry-cleaning discounts.
V Card grants merrymakers VIP access to 50 of the Strip's best lounges, bars, day clubs, nightclubs, and adult cabarets. After retrieving V Cards, patrons can meander to the first club or bar that catches their fancy, or pounce on the opportunity to purchase show tickets for a reduced rate. Unlike milk cartons or the careers of reality-television stars, the passes bear no expiration date. The dress codes and restrictions for each individual venue apply; see the V Card FAQ and click on each venue’s page for more information.
Producer and V Theater owner David Saxe was born into Vegas show business, raised by a mother who danced at Les Folies Bergere and a father who led the band for the Rat Pack. Saxe’s V Theater runs its nine concurrent shows in a 40,000-square-foot space divided into four showrooms on multiple floors, each retaining an intimate feeling with seating that brings the audience closer to performers. The V Theater’s current shows range from a seven-act, family-friendly Ultimate Variety Show to Marc Savard’s Comedy Hypnosis, an entertaining act where Savard persuades audience members to hilariously dance, act like animals, and ghostwrite his autobiography.