Ryan Reynolds set for huge bill at Vegas club hosting Wrexham due to insane drinks prices
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Wrexham FC owners Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney may end up regretting their decision to send the squad on a trip to Las Vegas with the understanding that they'll be picking up the bill for everything.
It's a great moment for the club two years into the project started when it was bought by Hollywood stars Reynolds and McElhenney.
Both club and community have been celebrating massively, and the squad have jetted off to Las Vegas on holiday as a treat organised for them by their celebrity owners.
While manager Phil Parkinson hasn't gone along for the ride the players have begun four days of raucous celebrations, having received a heroes welcome at the Hakkasan nightclub in Vegas.
It's a wonderful chance for the players to enjoy themselves for a few days and the only rule they have to follow is not to pay for anything, as Ryan and Rob have said they'll pick up the bill.
The Wrexham owners might come to regret that after taking a look at the nightclub's drink prices, however, as the high-end nightclub charges staggering prices for drinks.
According to the nightclub's site patrons can 'look forward to spending around $1,000 as the starting price' for the drinks and cocktails on offer.
Apparently they're 'some of the finest drinks and cocktails from different corners of the world', which you'd really hope for if you were going to be sinking a grand into the cost of one of the club's drinks.
Meanwhile, the nightclub says 'standard alcohol bottles might cost you around $550 to $650', with a bottle of rum priced at $600, while a bottle of champagne would set you back $995.
While the Wrexham players don't have to worry too much about how all this is getting paid for there's a chance that Ryan and Rob are going to have a big hole in their finances once they tot up the total they've agreed to pay.
Hakkasan nightclub do also say that their prices can 'vary on certain occasions', and everyone wanting to get in on Wrexham's celebrations is unlikely to be charging so much that it makes Ryan Reynolds go broke.
Star striker Paul Mullin has said he 'might be dead' by the end of the four day trip to Vegas with venues lining up to host the footballers but at least he won't have to worry about his wallet.
"Ryan and Rob told us to leave our cards at home, they're sorting the lot." Mullin said.
"They sent us a full itinerary just now. Part of me doesn’t want to go, I might be dead by the end of it."
"But I'd never go to Vegas by me own accord, so I’m buzzing for it."
BrewDog have offered 'free beers' to the Wrexham team while they're in Las Vegas which might help ease the pressure on the owners bank accounts, and Resorts World Las Vegas have offered the players 'a feast fit for champions'.
Thankfully for Ryan and Rob, and indeed Wrexham at large, however huge the bill the players rack up over these next few days is it's unlikely to bankrupt their celebrity owners.
Bearing in mind that you're ordering for the table (and there's a minimum spend that goes up depending on where you're sitting), the drinks menu is still packed full of some crazy prices.
To pick a few off the list, a bottle of Absolut is $595, while getting a Jack Daniel's brought over to your table will cost $625.
Jägermeister is $650 and if you just fancy one humble bottle of beer by itself that's going to be $13.
If you really want to push the boat out and have $150,000 you don't need then you can buy 30 litres of Ace of Spades Rose champagne.