Every strike in the city tells us that the summers are slowly known. It's inevitable that conversations in the locker room are starting to turn around to go to another city to work. I'm sure you heard or attended one of these conversations:
Barbie: This club sucks. I'm going to Vegas. I heard that Suzie went to Vegas and became great every day when she worked. Brandi: Yeah, I talked to Suzy, but I heard he was just spending a great night and the other two nights he could hardly bring home. Vegas is so overwhelming. But I heard Dallas was the new hot spot, lots of guys in oil money!
Sapphire: I'm going to Vegas to have fun and spend a couple of nights as long as I pay for my trip.
Barbie: I have two children, if I go anywhere, I have to pay more money than here after I pay my hotel ticket.
Brandi: I also read on the Internet that there are tons of guys in Alaska and Sapphire: Do I have other things in Alaska for work?
Brandi: I've heard this booking company who will pay for the hotel and the flight ticket, but they will send you to the places out of nowhere. Sometimes I'm curious that even travel costs are worth it!
Three Bells, Three Different Viewpoints. Whether or not the cost of a trip is worth it or not depends entirely on it. You have the advantages and disadvantages of traveling, be sure to consider them before packing your bags.
If lucrative as Barbie, you realize that traveling is not the best solution. Even though Vegas passionately reaches the stripper jackpot, the clubs have surpassed the girls. The overall cost of travel also means more for hotels and flights; You also need money for carpeting fees or rented cars as well as for food / drinks. In Las Vegas, the lowest travel costs come from Phoenix. If you book for 14 days in advance, you can fly to $ 120 a day, $ 20 / day ($ 170 / week for taxes and insurances) at a casino like the Stratosphere $ 40 / night ($ 250 / week).
If you are in the shops instead of the 24-hour casino, you can have a $ 20 / day ($ 140) food / drink budget. I know there are many numbers, and if you do not want to do maths, just trust me …. I was an Algebra teacher before I decided to be a SuperStripper. If you've completed math with me, the total cost of a regular travel is $ 680. Other cities like Dallas are much more expensive.
The airport runs to Dallas for $ 250, a safe hotel room costs $ 80 ($ 560 / week), and rents over $ 250 / week to the economy class. So assuming you insist on a food / beverage budget of $ 20 / day; the seven-day long ribbon trip to Dallas would cost $ 1,200. For comparison, a basic hotel room in Manhattan is $ 150 / night, and a regular fare of $ 25 / night. After you get into flights and restaurants, a week at Big Apple will bring you back at least $ 1,500 (and I'm challenged to be able to eat at $ 20 / day with meals and drinks in Manhattan!)
If you're a fact searcher like Brandy, found the best information. Free online forums for treasure hunt for all the clubs in the country. There are also booking offices, such as one-way delivery and accommodation. It's a bit different from an ordinary house dancer in a metropolitan metropolitan area. Unlike Vegas and Phoenix, where you just need to show up when you want … once you sign up for a contract, you're expected to work every day on your booking.
If your foot and freedom like Sapphire, the world is the oyster! One of the most important things to be a stripper is that you can work anywhere! If you do not care about making more money on your trips, would you be at your home club what do you expect? Choose a city you want to visit, visit the strip clubs and go!