This Is What a $60,000 New Year's Eve Package Looks Like in Las Vegas

It includes a six-liter bottle of Dom Perignon signed by Diplo... and the chance to hang out with him in the DJ booth.

New Year’s Eve is one of the biggest party nights of the year, so you have two options: You can eschew all the pressure to blow it out in high style, preferring to kick your feet up quietly on the sofa with the ones you love and a bottle of excellent wine. Or, you could go the opposite route, determined to find only the splashiest, most indulgent way to close out the year. It’s literally a question of "go big or go home."

If you choose “go big" this year, here’s a package you might consider. Wynn Las Vegas has a night planned that includes indulgent food, serious champers, and headline entertainment. And it will set you back a cool $60,000.

Spring for the package and you’ll start out with a multicourse dinner for 12 at celebrity hotspot Andrea’s. 

The menu provides major substance to soak up all the alcohol you’ll imbibe. It includes the likes of Maine lobster Konnyaku with caviar, king mackerel battera, and toro zuke; king crab tempura with uni brown butter and yuzu aioli; and Snake River Farms Wagyu Tenderloin with black truffle potato pave, tofu-foie gras sauce, and sweet soy.

For dessert, scarf down coffee semifreddo with caramel crunch and mandarin sauce. Of course, a champagne toast is also included. 

After dinner, an escort will guide the group directly to a dance floor table at the nightclub Surrender, right next to the DJ booth, to watch Diplo spin… up close and personal.

 

Your star-worthy libations at the club include one six-liter bottle of Dom Perignon signed by Diplo, two 1.75-liter bottles of Grey Goose, and two bottles of Don Julio 1942. You’ll also get Red Bulls and Fiji Waters to fuel your seriously long night.

Oh, and be prepared to draw straws among your friends: One person from the table will be invited to join Diplo and others in the DJ booth to help count down to 2016. 

When the party’s over, head down to the casino floor to keep the energy going into the new year. But be warned: The craps table could cost you another $60,000 quick if you don’t sleep off that Dom and get your wits about you.

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