GTA After Hours Nightclubs Guide - Names, Locations, Prices, Best Nightclub

GTA After Hours Nightclubs Guide - Names, Locations, Prices, Best Nightclub

There are a few different Nightclubs to choose from when starting out in GTA After Hours, here’s all of the details on each one.

Thanks to the GTA After Hours DLC, there are now ten nightclubs for players to purchase and run. They can act as glorified garages, money laundering fronts, and vital sources of revenue if used correctly, so are definitely worth checking out. But which nightclub should you choose, and where are they all located? Well, in this GTA After Hours Nightclubs Guide, we've got all of the info you need. thers's Nightclub Locations, Prices, and our recommendations on the best nightclub you can buy in the GTA After Hours update.

For more details on GTA After Hours, head over to our main GTA After Hours DLC Page. It’s got info on what to expect from the new update, as well as trailers, what DJs will feature in the game, and more.

GTA After Hours Nightclubs

Once you’ve downloaded the new update, you’ll be given the opportunity to purchase a nightclub. There are ten to choose from, each with its own unique location and design. Here’s everything you need to know about each one.

GTA After Hours Nightclubs List - Price and Location of every Nightclub in GTA After Hours

Here's all ten of the Nightclubs you can buy in GTA After Hours, we've also included the price of each one to help you decide which one to pick.

  • Downtown Vinewood Nightclub - $1,670,000
  • West Vinewood Nightclub - $1,700,000
  • Del Perro Nightclub - $1,645,000
  • Vespucci Canals Nightclub - 1,320,000
  • Strawberry Nightclub - $1,525,000
  • Mission Row Nightclub - $1,440,000
  • La Mesa Nightclub $1,500,000
  • Cypress Flats Nightclub - $1,370,000
  • LSIA Nightclub - $1,135,000
  • Elysian Island Nightclub - $1,080,000

GTA After Hours Best Nightclub - Which Nightclub Should You Buy in GTA Online?

In GTA After Hours, you can use a Nightclub as a business hub and run all of your other shady criminal enterprises through it. Deciding which of the ten clubs to buy can be a little but tough at first, but honestly it’s pretty simple. In GTA After Hours, you’re only paying for location when selecting a nightclub. They pretty much all have the same interior and business opportunities, so just choose one in a location that suits you. Obviously you’ll be paying more for a Nightclub in Vinewood over one situated next to the docks, but if you don’t mind a dingy hipster locale, then choose the cheaper option. If it’s the names that are putting you off don’t worry, as you can actually change them.

GTA After Hours Nightclub Names - How to Change Your Nightclub Name in GTA Online After Hours

Like we mentioned before, don’t let the name of the Nightclub put you off when choosing a Nightclub, as you actually get the opportunity to rename it. Upon purchasing a club, Gay Tony will let you choose from the following names, note that there is one free option, while the rest you will have to pay for.

  • Omega (free)
  • Gefangnis ($33.500)
  • Paradise ($33,500)
  • The Palace ($33,500)
  • Studio Los Santos ($33,500)
  • Maisonette Los Santos ($33,500)
  • Galaxy ($33,500)
  • Technology ($33,500)
  • Tony's Funhouse ($33,500)

Once you’ve bought and named your club, you can start earning money from it. You’ll also want to start filling your Garage with all of the new vehicles which have been added to the game. For more info on all of the new vehicles, head over to our GTA After Hours Vehicles Guide. If you were looking to get ahead in the single player portion of the game, check out our GTA 5 Cheats Guide.

For more on the game, why not check out our guide on making money fast in GTA 5. Elsewhere in the series, we have GTA San Andreas Cheat Guides, GTA 4 Cheats, and GTA Vice City Cheat Guides.

Jake Green

Guides Editor

Jake is a former freelance writer who now heads up guides for USG. He spends his days dreaming of an X-Files dating-sim and will play literally any game with monkeys in it. He has an unhealthy obsession with Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and would pretty much trade a kidney for Skate 4 at this point.

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