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Where to Play Beer Pong in Vegas

June 2, 2009 at 4:13 PM | by | ()

Beer pong at O'Sheas on The Strip.

With the World Series of Beer Pong set to invade The Strip again next January at The Flamingo, it's no wonder Las Vegas is prepping its visitors on drinking game. Beer Pong is, for the most part, still a frat boy drinking game but in recent years, it's evolved into a game that nearly everyone who likes to drink gallons of beer has taken a liking to.

VegasConcierge recently posted a picture on its Twitter feed of the new beer pong tables at Excalibur where can play beer pong 24 hours a day at the Jesters Bar on the Casino floor.

Here are a few other places to get your pong on:
· Monte Carlo: Beer pong is played poolside here.
· O'Sheas: You can play beer pong right in the middle of this casino. (Watch the video above.)
· Blondie's Las Vegas: Inside Miracle Mile at Planet Hollywood, this bar offers up beer pong any time of the day. The bar's weekly Thursday tournaments offer a cash prize of $500.
· Dylan's Bar: On the Boulder Strip, it's game on at Dylan's every Friday and Saturday starting at 10 p.m. There's a $20 buy-in, but that gets you a bottomless mug.

One other place to play beer pong? In your room. That is, if you've got yourself a suite. Two places we could see working perfectly for beer pong games? The Trump Las Vegas and The Signature at MGM Grand. These suites have plenty of space and you can easily push a few tables together. And more importantly, they also have kitchenettes to keep your beer cold.

Know of any other places to play beer pong? Let us know!

[Front door photo: Blondies Las Vegas]

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McFadden's at the Rio

Weekly beer pong tourneys on Thursday nights. And flip cups too!

Saturday Night Beer Pong Tournaments

Murphys Law is hosting beer pong tournaments on sat night. they are building them up and looking for people to come out and make it big. drink and food specials throughout the night facebook.com/MurphysLawIrishBarGrill

Seeing beer pong in some

Seeing beer pong in some high class casinos might be baffling for some customers. After all, the image that beer pong conjures up is something of drunken frat boy parties. Whether the game will pick up amongst more affluent players, only time will tell.


Which high-end casinos are you seeing it in? Spill!!