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Five of The Most Ridiculously Expensive Things to Do in Las Vegas

Las Vegas is known for the capital of spending money in the Western Hemisphere. There is absolutely nothing you can’t do here it seems, and for many, it’s a place where you go to spend all your hard earned money, as fast as you can. What if you’ve just robbed a bank, won the lottery, or really don’t care? There are some amazing options that allow you to spend your money as fast as possible and have a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Here’s our five best options for blowing the night away that doesn’t involve gambling or getting divorced.

1) Control the  Bellagio Fountains for $250,000
For $250,000 you can be in charge of the famous fountains while drinking an thirty liter bottle of bubbly (called the Ace of Spades) at Hyde Bellagio.The bottle of champagne is equivalent to 40 bottles of champagne, and normally would cost $250,000 by itself at the Hyde Bellagio, so really you get to control the fountains for free.  Unfortunately, the control only comes for one song — so you might want to drink all that champaign first.

2) $777 Vegas Burger at Burger Brasserie
If you are ready to enjoy a ridiculously expensive trip to Vegas then you better take some time to take you and your travel mates to the Burger Brasserie at Paris, located between Bally’s and the Paris. The famed burger is made with the finest cut of Kobe beef known to man or beast. Atop the perfectly cooked beef is Maine lobster, pancetta, imported Brie cheese, caramelized onions and a 100 year aged balsamic vinegar. In addition to this phenomenal burger is the bottle of Dom Perignon Champagne that comes alongside the burgerific decadence.

3) $2500 Drink at Fizz
After you are done taking in the music and fun entertainment at Caesars Palace, stop in at Fizz for a signature Champagne cocktail.Like a match made in heaven, the Fizz Deluxe – which is based on the classic French 75 drink recipe has Dom Perignon Rose Champagne carefully blended with 40-year-old Grand Marnier, a few secret ingredients all topped with a rose petal, and gold, yes, 24kt gold flakes.

4) Throw a beachfront barbecue for $100,000 at Mandalay Bay
Ever dreamed of a private concert by your favorite pop star? Rent Mandalay Beach and this song’s for you. The $15,000 base price includes a barbecue dinner and outdoor movie for you and your friends. You’ll enjoy an extraordinary menu and decadent desserts created by Chef Sean DiCicco, against the backdrop of a fabulous theme created by MGM Resorts Events. After being greeted with complimentary flip flops, you and your guests will enjoy a full bar with premium libations, a massage corner, a visit by the Davidoff Cigar hostess, beachside games, and prizes. Bruno Mars cooing that you’re amazing just the way you are costs a bit more. Talent prices start at around $100,000.

Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino

5) Stay at the Mandarin Suite at Mandarin Oriental
This two bedroom apartment has a study, fitness room, bar and a bathtub almost as big as a king bed. The bathrooms are stocked with Frette bathrobes valued at over $200. While you have to call up to find out about rates, we do know that a room three steps down is valued at $2,179 per night, and some say the Mandarin Suite goes for somewhere round around $15,000 per night.

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