Everyone has been talking lately about the move of almost every casino to paid parking as a sign that Las Vegas is starting to charge for almost everything — but maybe the story is a lot worse. Recently Scott Roeben of VitalVegas fame posted on his Twitter account an interesting receipt from the Indigo Lounge Bar at Bally’s.
The first thing you notice is that, yes, the prices in Las Vegas are a bit on the high side, especially for a bar at Bally’s, not exactly the highest class strip hotel.
Then you notice the real issue: they are charging for ice. Yes, if you want your drinks “on the rocks,” you have to pay an extra $3.00.
Yes, $3.00 for frozen water.
What’s next, a cost for the glass?
Pesach “Pace” Lattin has been doing online media and marketing for over 20 years and has earned the reputation of having a high standard of ethics and being an expert in both brand and direct response. Follow me