Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to tip, and if so how much?

Yes, and the amount varies. Some strippers may request an additional amount for special tricks, or they may let you decide what’s fair. Keep in mind that most dancers spend time developing unique routines for each situation. If you expect extra attention from the dancer, you should be willing to pay for it. The strippers primarily work for tips alone, so please be generous. Usually, if you tip them well, there is a very good chance the stripper will remain for an extended time as long as they do not have another gig after yours.

One suggestion we recommend is that the host of the party or event get a couple hundred dollars in singles from the bank ahead of time to provide to guests to tip the stripper with. We recommend that individual guests bring at least $50-$150 in singles if the event is 1-2 hours.

Do I need to confirm the booking?

Yes. ALWAYS confirm your booking a few days in advance to make sure no mistakes are made. Be specific about any location details and directions in case the dancer is not familiar with the area. You will also want to make sure they are aware and clear of any special requests or instructions so that there is no communication issue.

Will I need to prepare my home/venue for the stripper?

Yes, absolutely! If you want the best possible performance, you will need to set up the room properly for entertaining, regardless if it is at a private residence or a rented room in a club or bar. It is important that you make sure you have enough seating for all of your guests, and arrange the chairs in a circle around the pole or stage area to make for optimal viewing and performance. Chairs with no arms work best for the dancers, and make sure you have a good 20 foot diameter of space for the stripper to perform since many do floor or chair tricks.

Also, make sure there is access to a power outlet close by. Most strippers bring their own music to dance to since they usually have routines prepared, so they will need someplace to plug in their music or speaker device.