Wrexham AFC players have been living it large in Las Vegas, with co-owner Rob McElhenney even jetting in to join the celebrations.
Reynolds and McElhenney first purchased Wrexham back in November 2020, and the actors have since made it clear that their 'dream' was to lift the Welsh club out of its National League slump and eventually propel it into the Premier League.
And last month, Phil Parkinson’s squad finished their 15th National League season with 111 points, and secured a deserved place in League Two for the 2023/24 season.
To celebrate, the Hollywood actors organised an open-top bus tour of Wrexham, where the men’s football team were joined by Wrexham Women.
The women’s football team also recently achieved promotion and will play in the Adran Premier in the 2023/24 season — the highest level of league competition for women’s football in Wales.
Following the bus tour, Reynolds and McElhenney treated the men’s team to an all-expenses-paid trip to Las Vegas, and the insider photos are pretty wild.
The promotion party saw Wrexham players such as Jacob Mendy and Ryan Barnett living it large around the Wet Republic Ultra Pool at the MGM Grand, which, according to Tao Groups Hospitality website, male guests usually pay $40 for a presale ticket.
And the drinks were definitely flowing before the team were joined by McElhenney and his wife and It’s Always Sunny co-star Kaitlin Olson, heading for dinner at Wolfgang Puck’s luxurious Spago restaurant, which can approximately cost $100 (£79.12) per person.
According to WalesOnline, an extravagant glass sculpture of the Wrexham AFC club crest was also placed in the centre of the eatery.
Following the lavish meal, the lads were then treated to a night at Omnia nightclub.
And to make things even better, DJ Steve Aoki was manning the DJ decks and invited the players into the booth to watch him work the dance floor.
According to the Daily Mail, the Wrexham players even led partygoers in a chant of 'We’ve got super Paul Mullin' which must have been surreal for the 28-year-old striker.
Deadpool actor, Reynolds, is yet to attend the boys’ Sin City festivities, but with a few more days planned, there's a chance he could make an appearance at some point.
Although, he did have a quick check-in on FaceTime to check if his boys were 'still alive'.
However, another person missing from the Stateside celebrations is manager Parkinson.
An integral member of the team and one of the few who is responsible for Wrexham’s meteoric rise to fame, Parkinson recently admitted that he wasn’t invited to Vegas.
In an interview with Sky Sports, he stated: “I didn’t make the cut for the Vegas trip, unfortunately.
“We’ll leave that one to the lads and hopefully, they will come back in one piece. I’m sure they will.”
I mean, nobody wants their boss on holiday, right?